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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 23, 1795 Transport of Brass Ordnance Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Brass ordnance arrived, to be transported on Sloop Washington to be delivered.
July 21, 1797 Brass Ordnance at New London [not available] [not available] List of brass ordnance on field carriages at New London which have been ordered to Knoxville.
November 29, 1798 Cost of Brass Ordnance & Field Carriages Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon encloses a statement showing the the probable cost of the brass ordnance and field carriages about which McHenry had inquired.
March 29, 1797 General Return of Brass & Iron Ordnance James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to furnish McHenry with a general return and the location of all the brass and iron ordnance that is the property of the United States.
November 26, 1798 Brass Field Pieces v. Iron Field Pieces Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry After giving his opinion as to the kinds of field pieces that should be provided to the State of New Jersey, Hodgdon states his belief that iron field pieces are as effective as brass field pieces even though they cost much less.
January 21, 1795 Return of Ordnance sent from West Point to Albany George Fleming Unknown Recipient "Return of brass ordnance and carriages sent from West Point by order of the Secretary of War, by George Fleming from the 21st of October 1793 to the 18th of November last to Albany, New York.
March 6, 1784 Return of all Ordnance in the city Daniel Joy Unknown Recipient Account of United States Army ordnance stored in the (unspecified) city (probably Philadelphia).
February 12, 1798 Inaccuracies in Your Account Samuel Hodgdon Caleb Gibbs Letter, directs return of ordnance & stores; discusses inaccurate accounting.
May 24, 1799 [No. 38: Duplicate] Return of Materials for Sale Rufus King [not available] Enclosed return of military stores in St. Domingo to Jamaica for sale. King requested the origin of the articles (English, French).
April 19, 1798 Statement of Ordnance at Various Locations Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry List of ordnance belonging to the United States at forts and major cities.
October 10, 1800 Return of US Ordnance and New York Ordnance in New York City Ebenezer Stevens [not available] A return of ordnance stores belonging to both the U.S. and the state of New York in the vicinity of New York City. Places of storage listed are Fort Jay, York Island, and "Arsenal," all belonging to the U.S., and Ellis Island, whose stores belong to New York.
January 20, 1795 Return of Ordnance sent from West Point to Governors Island George Fleming Unknown Recipient Return of iron and brass ordnance with guns and carriages and mortar beds sent from West Point by order of the Secretary of War, by George Fleming from the 1st of April to the 26th of December last to Governors Island, New York.
November 12, 1798 Request for Brass Six-Pounder Cannon Arthur Fenner James McHenry Letter, asks for cannon; asks for brass six pounders.
February 12, 1795 List of Ordnance Timothy Pickering [not available] This is a note from Colonel Pickering in which he lists sundry types of ordnance.
July 28, 1797 Return of Ordnance and Stores for Fort Massac Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry A list of ordnance and stores to be sent to Pittsburgh, and then on to Fort Massac, from Philadelphia, Fort Mifflin, and Carlisle.
April 2, 1791 Return of Brass Ordnance and Implements George Fleming Henry Knox Captain Fleming's return of Brass Ordnance and implements, sent to the Honorable the Secretary of War by his order.
May 3, 1798 Ordnance to be Sent to Melancton Smith Samuel Hodgdon John Bryant Hodgdon lists the ordnance that Capt. Bryant is to send to Melancton Smith in New York.
October 20, 1794 Refers to Contract for Brass Horwitz Tench Coxe Henry Knox Received letter. Reports that contracts have already been concluded for brass howitzer. Regrets that Mr. Holt's plan probably won't be possible.
1795 Estimate of Ordinance and military stores for the legion of the U.S. for 1796 [not available] [not available] Estimate of ordnance and military stores wanted for the Legion of the United States for 1796 showing the parts per returns on hand and the articles to be supplied.
May 18, 1798 Shipment of Sundry Ordnance to Charleston Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Hodgdon discusses the shipment of cannon and carriages to Charleston, South Carolina.
March 6, 1784 Inscription for Gen. Greene's honorary cannon Samuel Hodgdon Timothy Pickering Memorandum with the inscription to be placed on two brass cannon taken from the British to be given by order of Congress to Major General Nathaniel Greene in honor of his services as commander of the Southern Army in the Revolutionary war. The direction to obtain the canon at West Point and deliver them to a contractor for the engraving work.
June 27, 1798 Ordnance to Colonel Stevens in New York Samuel Hodgdon George Fleming Hodgdon orders sundry ordnance to be sent to Colonel Stevens in New York.
May 16, 1798 Ordnance Concerns at West Point George Fleming Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a detailed discussion of ordnance matters, Fleming notes that the cannons and carriage have been boarded on a sloop that sailed that morning with a fine fair wind. The receipt of the master of the sloop is enclosed and the vessel should arrive in New York that afternoon.
May 4, 1798 Ordnance for Capt. Frye at Governors Island Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Hodgdon describes the ordnance that is to be transported to Capt. Frederick Frye at Govenors Island in New York harbor.
May 4, 1798 Ordnance for Capt. Frye at Governors Island Samuel Hodgdon Frederick Frye Hodgdon notifies Capt. Frye of the ordnance being transported to his post at Governors Island.