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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 1796 Articles Necessary to Complete Frigate for Mediterranean Service [not available] Unknown Recipient The following articles by the report of Captain Cathcart will be necessary to complete and equip the frigate building for the Mediterranean Service.
November 6, 1800 Letter Citation Jacob Bower Samuel Dexter Cited in Dexter to Bower 11/20/1800.
November 18, 1800 Letter from the Secretary of War Samuel Dexter Jacob Bower Dexter discusses matters pertaining to Captain Hartman with Jacob Bower.
November 10, 1797 Order to Move Requested Anchor from Portsmouth to Baltimore James McHenry Jacob Sheafe Anchor in Navy Yard at Portsmouth required by Constellation. McHenry ordered Navy Agent Sheafe to transport the anchor to Baltimore or Potapsco.
September 18, 1797 Request for heavy anchor to keep frigate Constitution from accidents during heavy squalls [not available] Tench Francis Request for anchor to keep frigate Constitution from accidents during heavy seas. Author reports he is getting better.
September 18, 1797 Request for Anchor for Frigate Constellation James McHenry Tench Francis Frigate Constellation required a heavy anchor to "keep her from accidents during heavy squalls or spurts of wind,". McHenry requested an update on the one he requested had been transferred from Portsmouth to Baltimore.
January 9, 1798 Regarding the manner of sending anchor for the frigate Constellation [not available] Jacob Sheafe Regarding procurement of anchors for the Constellation. If no other means but through Norfolk, then send anchor by first vessel to William Pennock, naval agent Norfolk.
September 21, 1797 Request for more persistence in corresponding with person delivering the heavy anchor for frigate at Baltimore [not available] Tench Francis Request for more persistence regarding the person delivering the anchor for frigate at Baltimore. If not yet completed, order one from Portsmouth New Hampshire. Frigate cannot get near the wharves without heavy anchors and is exposed to much danger. Expresses thanks for attention to frigate United States and exertions to assist the sick on board. Requests that Francis exercise judgment and...
June 23, 1798 Condition of Anchors Unfit for Frigates, Extra Supplies With Pennock Captain Thomas Truxtun James McHenry Truxtun had purchased a small quantity of slops just before a shipment of them arrived from Philadelphia. The extra have been placed under the care of Mr. Pennock where they can supply other ships. Truxtun has also left extra lanterns with Pennock. The ventilators have not arrived. The ship Constellation has too deep a draught to go into southern ports without removing guns. The ship lost one of...
December 9, 1796 Regarding frigate anchor purchased that is claimed as property of Republic of France [not available] Henry Jackson McHenry informs naval agent Jackson that that he has been informed by Consul General from the Republic of France Mr. La Combe, that an anchor purchased for frigate construction is claimed to be the property of France. To avoid any further dispute, McHenry requests that Jackson have the anchor delivered to the person it was purchased from.
November 10, 1797 Request to send anchor to Baltimore for frigate Constellation James McHenry Jacob Sheafe Request to send anchor to Baltimore for frigate Constellation. Use ports of Boston or New York. Constellation will be somewhere in Chesapeake Bay or Patapsco.
November 21, 1785 Journal of Commissioners at Treaty of Hopewell, South Carolina [not available] [not available] Entry reports that Headmen and warriors of Cherokees assembled. Ordered that interpreters inform Indians that commissioners will meet the following day at 10 o'clock, under the bower erected for that purpose.
September 24, 1796 Receipt of Samuel Lewis for sale of an anchor Samuel Lewis [not available] Samuel Lewis, War Department Clerk received of Samuel Hodgdon money for the sale of an anchor to Stephen Girard.
September 18, 1797 Regarding extra expenses for USS Constellation James McHenry Captain Thomas Truxtun Regarding extra expenses for the frigate USS Constellation in Baltimore.
August 4, 1797 Discussion of Frigates Constellation & Constitution, And of Anchor Weights Josiah Fox Tench Francis Letter, discusses frigates Constellation & Constitution; discusses anchor weight.
September 18, 1797 On recovery from bilious yellow fever; Captain Truxton's request for extra expenses and delivery of heavy anchor [not available] Captain Thomas Truxtun Author suffering "billious yellow fever." Will converse with President John Adams over the matter of claim for extra expenses during building of frigate. Has been sometime since he order Tench Francis to have brought a heavy anchor from Portsmouth New Hampshire to Baltimore.
May 6, 1797 Discussion of Frigate Construction Materials: Copper Sheathing & Live Oak Timber Josiah Fox [not available] Letter, discusses coppering Frigate; mentions live oak for Frigate.
March 25, 1798 Discussion of Officers & Frigates Constellation & Congress Captain Thomas Truxtun Josiah Fox Letter, asks for names of officers; discusses sails of Frigate Constellation; mentions Congress; mentions British fleet.
December 7, 1791 Arms Shipment to Charleston John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to have transported on the ship now riding at anchor in the harbor and sailing soon to Charleston one hundred stands of arms with accoutrements and knapsacks complete. Also included will be powder, lead, cartidge paper, and bullet moulds to make musket cartridges to equip 400 men with 200 rounds each. The fifty horseman saddles with accoutrements will also be completed according...
August 7, 1797 Request regarding purchase of 9 and 6 pounder cannon for the Algerine frigate Crescent Josiah Fox Captain Thomas Truxtun Fox conveys Secretary of War James McHenry request that Captain Thomas Truxton examine if 6 and 9 pound cannon suitable for the Algerine Frigate may be procured in Baltimore, since Mr. Hughes failed in his contract to provide cannon. Also discusses Captain Nicholson request for anchor from Portsmouth New Hampshire for the frigate Constitution.
April 30, 1794 Account of Jacob Boyer Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Jacob Boyer, late private in the 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment
November 23, 1796 Enclosed Receipts for Pliny Brewer on behalf of John Bryant Jonathan Jackson William Simmons Enclosed receipt of P. Brewer on behalf of J. Bryant that were signed by P. Hagner.
July 19, 1794 Contracting army supplies Jacob Bower Alexander Hamilton The contractor for Army supplies at Reading, Pennsylvania informs Secretary Hamilton that he visited his office three times while he was in Philadelphia, but failed to have the pleasure of meeting him. The contractor states that prices for provisions and liquor are so very high that it is out of his power to furnish at the previous rate. He must therefore demand 12.5 cents per ration, and if...
January 26, 1801 Payments for Invalid Pensioners [not available] [not available] Directs payment to the Commissioners of Loans of various states so that the listed invalid pensioners can be paid the money owed them.
November 15, 1797 Articles for the Frigate "Constellation" James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to deliver the following articles to the frigate "Constellation" lying at anchor on the Patapsco: pistols, boarding pikes, cutlasses, boarding axes with handles, blunderbusses, shot for twelve pounders, pistol balls, and musket balls. Captain Truxton proposes to sail for another part of the Chesapeake on December 7th.