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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 21, 1791 Delivery of Medicine Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Delivery of 3 chests of medicine. Hodgdon requested that Craig send him Regiment and Battalion information to prevent mistakes in delivery. Notification that troops will arrive shortly.
August 18, 1792 Vouchers and a Report on Upcoming Shipments Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Requests vouchers for expenditures. Sends invoice of medicines. Chests of shoes to be loaded for the rifle corps. Clothing also soon to be shipped. Doctor Brown will take medicine chests.
February 25, 1800 Accounting and Contract Matters James McHenry William Simmons Simmons is to settle the account of the Department with John and Amos Woodward. The barge or boat at Fort Trumbull should be noted as part of the Quartermasters department in the contract. McHenry is not certain the watch coats were needed but they should proceed to pay the contractor anyway. Bills for medicine chests with medicines do not need to be inspected by a physician or druggist.
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.
September 23, 1799 No Keys for the Medicine Chests, Etc. William Bass Samuel Hodgdon The keys of the medicine chests have always been delivered to the Quartermaster General with the chests and he then forwards the keys by post. Bass reports that they presently have no keys for any of the chests in store. Also there have never been any colors provided for the regiments. They do have 28 dozen sticks of port fires in store.
September 18, 1800 Cartridges, Muskets, and Arms Chests at New Port Archibald Crary Samuel Hodgdon Musket cartridges are in the powder house at New Port and arms chests from Springfield are in a store provided for that purpose. Crary also has muskets in arms chests from the contractors who made them. He is keeping them in good order as he awaits directions from the Secretary of War.
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.
September 16, 1794 Deficiency of Tents John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Colonel Mentges has noted a deficiency of horsemen's and common tents for the accomodation of the Jersey detachment so the Secretary of the Treasury orders that an immediate supply be sent forward.
August 14, 1793 Bill of Lading John Habersham Samuel Hodgdon Habersham acknowledges receipt of a bill of lading for packages shipped on board the schooner "Friendship", John Patton, Master.
August 2, 1799 Request to deliver medicine chests to John Wilkins for the Eighth Regiment of Infantry [not available] John Harris Letter, directs delivery of medicine chests for the 8th Regiment of Infantry.
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.
July 18, 1798 Fifty Chests Made of Common Dimensions, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Captain John Briant Among other matters, Briant is ordered to have on hand fifty chests with common dimensions, suited to hold 25 muskets and bayonets when filled.
March 22, 1799 Questions Thomas Hallam on Location of Medicine Chests and Surgeon's Instruments Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens The Secretary of War requests information from enclosed papers. Captain Littlefield's letter indicates that Thomas Hallam is in NY. Hallam will know what happened to the 3 medicine chests and surgeon's instruments and how to proceed.
April 25, 1792 Two Chests of Tea, Etc. Charles Wilkins Samuel Hodgdon Upon inquiry, Wilkins finds that Mr. Levy, one of the gentlemen that purchased the remains of Mr. Duncan's goods, has Hodgdon's two chests of tea in his possession. If Hodgdon has any ideas as to how to dispose of the tea, Wilkins awaits his instructions.
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.
September 17, 1794 Supplies for troops responding to Whiskey Rebellion Alexander Hamilton Samuel Hodgdon Requests that the Supervisor of Military Stores speedily send 1000 pairs of shoes and two medicine chests to Winchester, Virginia; 1000 blankets, 1000 shoes, 200 rifles, 800 muskets, and two medicine chests to Carlisle, Virginia. This is in response to the Whiskey Rebellion.
October 24, 1794 Chests of Arms Sent from West Point Cornelius Sedam Samuel Hodgdon Sedam announces that Captain Fleming has been sent from West Point with 35 chests of arms to be transported via Amboy. He laments that he is unable to stop the weather from getting cold so Fleming's journey may be hindered by difficult conditions.
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.
September 14, 1798 Whereabouts of My Two Chests of Tea? Samuel Hodgdon David Acheson Hodgdon asks Acheson to inquire of Mr. Skinner if he has any knowledge of the location of Mr. Easton to whom was delivered Hodgdon's two chests of tea.
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.