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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 29, 1798 Account for Wine and Brandy B. Rhodes, J. Harris & Co. Samuel Hodgdon Account of bordeaux, brandy, and claret with B. Rhodes, J. Harris & Co. Drawn up by Hodgdon, Commissary of Military Stores.
December 6, 1800 Receipt for Oats and Brandy [not available] [not available] Receipt for oats, brandy, etc provided General Wilkinson.
December 1800 Receipt for Brandy, Bread, and Oats [not available] [not available] Receipt for brandy, bread, and oats provided by John Magaud to Brigadier General Wilkinson's suite.
December 1800 General Wilkinson's Expenses at Hancock Town [not available] [not available] Expense of General Wilkinson and his traveling suite in Hancock Town.
March 6, 1798 Brandy, Spikes, Howitzers, Anchors, Etc. Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon In Gibbs' return book is entered three casks of brandy, 434 gallons of which is correct. There is an error, however, due probably to the faintness of the lines in the ledger. The spikes are entered in return book 5674 but there is an inaccuracy which should be corrected by one of the clerks. The howitzers are also entered in this return. He has receipted the Naval Agent for the three anchors.
January 17, 1799 Receipt for Mary Murphy Mary Murphy Isaac Craig Payment in full for room and board of Whitner Knaggs and five Indian Chiefs.
May 10, 1800 Request for stationary and greetings from Little Turkey and Bloodyfellow John Hooker David Henley Articles drawn from Secretary of War must be fixed at some rate. Requests prices to articles listed: quills, glass, putty, paper. Requests bill for brandy given. Requests writing paper. Little Turkey and Bloodyfellow have missed Henley twice and by way of an apology ask for tobacco so they may smoke the pipe of friendship from a distance.
February 12, 1798 Inaccuracies in Your Account Samuel Hodgdon Caleb Gibbs Letter, directs return of ordnance & stores; discusses inaccurate accounting.
August 16, 1798 Billious Fever in Chester John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a discussion of accounting and supply matters, Harris addresses his concern regarding the effects of disease in Chester.
April 29, 1799 Account of Mary Murphy for Boarding Indian Chiefs Whitmore Knaggs [not available] Account between the United States and Mary Murphy for boarding and lodging an interpreter and five Indian chiefs from January 11th to the 17th, 1799.
[not available] Articles of Stores Belonging to Hodgdon to be Placed to Mess account. Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Samuel Hodgdon listed stores belonging to himself and noted that they are to be placed in the mess account. Items include plates, silverware, wine, brandy, coffee and cheese.
September 5, 1797 Invoice of stores for Fort Massac Isaac Craig [not available] Invoice of stores from Issac Craig to be delivered to Ft Massac, Illinois via Ohio River by John Robinson, who notes that he will deliver the goods to the commanding officer at such place on the river as he shall direct in good order. Items include ammunition, clothing, carpenter tools, ordnance, brandy and medicine. Signed by John Robinson.
December 9, 1794 Articles Needed for the Army Hospital Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Isaac Craig lists the numerous articles received from George Balfour, Purveyor of the hospital for the Militia Army. Craig provides this list to Hodgdon, Commissary of Military Stores. List includes rice, molasses, brandy, wine, sugar, tea, etc.
December 6, 1800 Receipt for Food and Lodging [not available] [not available] Receipt for food and lodging for General Wilkinson and his party.
September 7, 1794 Receipt for Beverages Benjamin Dadmer [not available] (Partially illegible) This appears to be a receipt for beverages including a half-pint of brandy.
August 21, 1798 Requested Supplies Winthrop Sargent Samuel Hodgdon Sargent requests additional supplies, including loaf sugar, port brandy, and coffee.
July 8, 1798 Articles for General Wilkinson & Myself John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon Wilkins requests a list of articles for General Wilkinson and a list for himself, including brown sugar, coffee, tea, brandy, and sherry wine.
April 30, 1790 Schedule of Pay and Rations R.J. Vandenbrock [not available] A schedule of pay and rations, Approved April 30, 1790. Lists dollars for each position and quantity of goods allocated for soldiers.
November 14, 1798 Extracts from contract of James O’Hara commencing 1 October 1798 and ending 30 September 1799 [not available] [not available] Contract of James O'Hara for the supply of rations.
September 22, 1799 Search for Winter Quarters Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Rice compares Uxbridge and Oxbridge as potential sites for winter quarters. He views Oxford as the most favorable site.
May 16, 1794 Return of stores forwarded to the army, November to May 1794 handed to the War Office 16 May 1794 [not available] [not available] Inventory of stores returned to Army.
December 8, 1800 General Wilkinson's Expenses at Big Spring [not available] [not available] General Wilkinson's bill from Big Spring.
August 20, 1798 Supplies Without Which I Will Absolutely Suffer Winthrop Sargent Samuel Hodgdon Sargent asks for numerous supplies, including large quantities of wine, coffee, and brandy, which he must have before winter and without which he will absolutely suffer. He has asked for permission to visit the Atlantic states the following summer if the Mississippi territory is at peace and he has organized its government well.
December 18, 1800 Bill for General Wilkinson [not available] [not available] Bill for various expenses of General Wilkinson, paid to Mr. Lyons.
February 17, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James Miller Simmons makes Miller aware of the objectionable charges submitted by Brigadier General McPherson.