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May 1, 1800 Genuine & Unadulterated Drugs Imported from Europe, Etc. Frederick Dalcho Samuel Hodgdon Dalcho discusses the acquisition of drugs and medicines for the Army.
October 13, 1800 Reasonable Price for a Horse-Mill, Etc. Joseph Cranch Samuel Hodgdon Since Cranch is about to depart, he wants to know if the public will give him a reasonable price for a horse-mill he built for grinding and polishing bayonets and gun furniture as well as window glass in the shop, two pairs of smith's bellows, two anvils, twelve vices, and a number of small tools.
December 1, 1798 Medicines & Instruments Samuel Hodgdon William Littlefield Medicines and instruments have been sent to Capt. Littlefield and documentation of receipt will be required.
November 5, 1793 Good Feathers Are Available from Benjamin Strang William Simmons Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Simmons is pleased to report that a large quantity of good feathers--scarcely to be had at any price--are available at a reasonable price from Benjamin Strang.
September 28, 1796 Want of Medicines that are Necessary but not in the Chest Michael Kalteisen Samuel Hodgdon The medicine chest sent with Captain Strong arrived, as has the clothing. Doctor Dalcho will write separately to state which medicines are needed but were not in the chest.
October 20, 1785 Price Reports to Knox on Expiring Enlistments at West Point William Price Henry Knox William Price, Deputy Commissioner of Military Stores, expresses the impending difficulties experienced at West Point to the Secretary at War, Henry Knox. Price indicates the expiration of enlistments will reduce Johnston's Company to one man. Price also requests money to pay contracted artificers.
November 21, 1799 Delivery of Medicine and Hospital Stores James McHenry John Harris Letter, directs purchase of medicines and hospital stores and subsequent delivery for transportation to Massac and Chickasaw Bluffs.
June 21, 1797 Delivery of Medicine for Sick James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicines for the sick at Fort Mifflin.
December 18, 1798 Account of Medicines Expended June - Dec 1798 by Doctor Hugh Scott at Fort Fayette Doctor Hugh Scott [not available] Agreeably to order of Secretary of War, Scott transmits account against United States for medicines furnished to garrison of Fort Fayette. Scott laments that he has not yet been paid.
July 23, 1799 Account of Medicines Expended July to Dec 1798 by Doctor Hugh Scott at Fort Fayette [not available] [not available] Encloses account exhibited by Doctor Hugh Scott for medicines furnished troops of United States. Asks that Gillaspy examine and assess what amount should be paid.
May 31, 1797 Delivery of Medicine and Hospital Stores James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicines and hospital stores to West Point.
April 6, 1797 Delivery of Hospital Supplies James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicines and hospital stores for troops in Knoxville.
April 5, 1797 Delivery of Medicine James McHenry John Harris Order to deliver medicines to John Steele for sick at Mud Island Fort.
November 23, 1798 Medicines Belonging to the Late Dr. Watrous Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig The purveyor has been ordered to purchase for the army the medicines owned by the late Doctor Watrous.
November 23, 1796 Concerning the Delivery of Stores & Medicines for Transport to Knoxville James McHenry John Harris Letter, directs delivery of stores and medicines to Samuel Hodgden, for transport to Knoxville. Subscript by Hodgden, asking that the above be delivered to Colonel Henry's wagoner.
May 14, 1799 Certification of payment; Doctor Samuel McCoskey for medicines administered to Captain Callender Irvine’s recruits at Carlisle Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification of payment; $184.84 to Doctor Samuel McCoskey for medicines administered, and attendance to Captain Callender Irvine’s recruits at Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
February 19, 1789 Shipment of American Cloth to the Washingtons Henry Knox George Washington Knox informs Washington that the requested cloth was shipped by stage today. Knox identifies the cloth as 13.5 yards of 3/4 wide bottle green cloth of the Hartford manufacture. Knox also notes the price of the cloth is reasonable and the route of shipment will proceed via Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Alexandria.
July 9, 1799 Account of Medicines Expended July to Dec 1798 by Doctor Hugh Scott at Fort Fayette Doctor Hugh Scott William Simmons Attaches an account of medicines expended July to Dec 1798 by Doctor Hugh Scott at Fort Fayette. Scott notes that the proper vouchers are contained, but if more are necessary, General Wilkerson will give it. Scott asks that he be paid money that is overdue.
March 31, 1794 Regarding Accumulated Expense by the Retail Purchase of Medicines Samuel Hodgdon Henry Knox Regarding accumulated expense by the retail purchase of medicines, where no provision is made. Has consulted with Doctor Balfour and Messrs Jackson and Smith, and has made out an invoice containing every article necessary for the year.
February 1799 Return of Medicines on Hand at West Point J. Holliday [not available] Return of medicines on hand, and such as are wanting, for the garrison of West Point, February 1799.
April 12, 1799 Outlines Supplies for Indian Nations Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Sends invoices for annuities due to several Indian Nations. The goods have been forwarded. A wagon leaves today with medicines and hospital stores. Requests that invoices be sent on safely with supplies so the agents will know how to disburse items.
May 22, 1797 Delivery of Medicine James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicines for recruiting rendezvous at Spring Gardens.
March 21, 1798 Large Box Containing Soldiers' Clothing, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Letter, discusses storing Army uniforms.
July 16, 1798 Price of refined salt petre John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Mentions price of refined salt peter.
March 6, 1799 Requests Payment for Samuel Price Samuel Hodgdon Edward Carrington Enclosed order for Samuel Price, a poor man, to pay Henry Fraley. Requests that the draft be paid for Price. Fraley wishes an honest compensation.