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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 20, 1799 Circular: Army Recruiting Alexander Hamilton Officers of the First Regiment of Infantry Circular to the Officers of the First Regiment of Infantry: Routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army recruiting.
December 26, 1795 Circular letter to the Supervisors of the Revenue William Simmons Supervisors of the Revenue Writes a circular letter to the Supervisors of the Revenue, requesting that they state their accounts, agreeably to the circular letter of the Treasury Secretary.
September 20, 1799 Circular: Army Recruiting Alexander Hamilton Officers of the Second Regiment of Infantry Circular to the Officers of the Second Regiment of Infantry: routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army recruiting.
August 15, 1794 Circular Letters Joseph Howell William A. Lee Enclosed are copies of circular letters that apparently have not been forwarded to Capt. Lee.
February 15, 1794 Copy of Howell's circular letter Joseph Howell Nicholas Hannah Encloses copy of circular letter and recruiting account agreeably to purpose thereof.
May 22, 1799 Correspondence Concerning the Purchase of Cockades Alexander Hamilton Timothy Taylor Copy by Taylor of a circular sent to him by General Hamilton regarding the lack of cockades and loops on hats sent for recruits. Hamilton authorizes the recipients of the circular to acquire cockades as needed.
May 14, 1787 Circular enclosing register of certificates Joseph Howell New Hampshire Circular enclosing register of certificates issued by John Pierce to several states.
March 1, 1794 Circular Letter of 23rd January 1794 and form of a recruiting account Joseph Howell Cornelius Lyman Howell encloses a copy of his Circular letter of 23 January and a form of a recruiting account.
August 8, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell Yelverton Peyton Enclosed are Howell's Circular Letters of the 1st and 20th of March 1793 and January 23rd 1794 to which attention must be paid to avoid embarrassments on the settlement of accounts.
July 8, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell James Gamble Enclosed are the Circular letters to Recruiting Officers of the 1st and 20th March 1793 and January 23rd 1794.
July 9, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell William Littlefield Enclosed are the Circular letters to Recruiting Officers of the 1st and 20th March 1793 and January 23rd 1794.
July 9, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell Richard S. Blackburn Enclosed are the Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers of the 1st and 20th March 1793 and January 23rd 1794.
December 26, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell Charles Martin Enclosed are the Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers of March 20, 1793 and Jan. 23, 1794, to which strictest attention must be paid to prevent embarassments on the settling of accounts.
July 12, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell George Taylor Enclosed are the Circular letters to Recruiting Officers of the 1st and 20th March 1793 and January 23rd 1794 to which strict attention is to be paid to avoid any embarrassment on the settlement of accounts.
July 18, 1799 Hopkins' Reply to the Circular of July 13, 1799 David Hopkins James McHenry This is Hopkins' reply to McHenry's Circular of 7/13/1799 in which he asked for the details of each officer's military service which would be used in settling their relative rank.
October 26, 1792 Circular Henry Knox Absalom Baird Description of how scouts for Washington County will be paid via warrant.
July 24, 1794 Circular letters to engineers Henry Knox Engineers Circular letter from Secretary Knox to the engineers hired by the War Department. Requests that they determine the quantity of land "indispensably necessary" for the accommodation of their respective fortifications.
October 26, 1792 [Circular] Notification of Pay Henry Knox David Shepard Details of how scouts for Ohio County would be paid in the future with orders to pay scouts for previous service.
July 28, 1794 Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers Joseph Howell Theophilus Elmer Enclosed are copies of Howell's Circular Letters to Recruiting Officers of the 1st and 20th March 1793 and January 23rd 1794. Strict attention must be paid to the Letters to avoid any embarrassment in the settlement of accounts.
March 29, 1794 Circular letter regarding fortifications Henry Knox Unknown Recipient Circular letter to the persons employed to obtain labor, implements, and materials for the fortifications.
May 24, 1799 Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Alexander Hamilton Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs.
January 25, 1796 Circular to the Naval Constructors and Superintendents Timothy Pickering Unknown Recipient Circular from Secretary Pickering to the Naval Constructors and Superintendents. Pickering recommends that because of such varying recommendations by quite reputable people regarding the proportions of the masting for the new warships, the captain and constructor of each frigate should outfit their own ships to the best of their personal judgments.
September 15, 1794 Circular to Clerks of the Yard Henry Knox Clerks of the Yard Circular letter from Secretary Knox to the men appointed clerks of the naval yards for constructing the new frigates.
June 12, 1794 [(Copy) Circular to the Supervisors of the Revenue] Alexander Hamilton Supervisors of the Revenue Notification that Officers of the Revenue might be asked to disburse money not relative to their immediate duties. Compensation for performing duties discussed.
September 15, 1794 Circular Instructions to Naval Agents Henry Knox Naval Agents, Constructors, Superintendents, Clerks of Ship Yard Secretary Knox writes a circular letter to each of the agents helping to oversee the frigates under construction providing their specific instructions.