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October 6, 1800 The Quartermaster Has Procured His Own Clothing Daniel Jackson Samuel Hodgdon Because the clothing for the staff has not been received, the Major and the Quartermaster have been obliged to procure their own clothing. Therefore, money should be forwarded instead of clothing and receipts for the clothing will be furnished.
July 10, 1799 Explains Clothing Contracts in Preparation for Autumn James McHenry [not available] Outlines instructions to supply clothing, explaining the lateness of the season. Concerned that clothing be produced before autumn. Links clothing with recruitment. Requests communication with officers.
September 28, 1798 Replacing Privates' Clothing with Sergeants' Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Swan Hodgdon proposes sending sergeants' clothing in place of privates clothing which is in short supply. Though the clothing for sergeants is more expensive there is not much difference between the two.
April 14, 1796 Acknowledges Receipt of Clothing Edward Miller Samuel Hodgdon Received clothing in good order; sends an invoiced receipt. Regrets that shipment did not include music clothing as requested.
July 18, 1791 [No. 19] Clothing Account Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Orders to open a clothing account and keep receipts. Outfit two boats, one for forage immediately as they might be called up.
July 20, 1798 Condition of Clothing George Ingersoll Samuel Hodgdon Encloses report of the Quartermaster of the garrison at West Point regarding the condition of packages of clothing forwarded by Melancton Smith from New York. Also addressed a deficiency of clothing.
November 20, 1798 Return of Clothing to November 20th S. Libby [not available] A return of clothing to the 20th of November 1798.
August 26, 1799 Instructions for Shipment of Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Wilkins, Jr. Encloses list of quantity of clothing waiting for delivery. Because the store may be shut up in a day or two, it is necessary to get these shipments out as soon as possible. Instructions for clothing for Trenton.
February 4, 1796 Clothing Return Jonathan Meigs Samuel Hodgdon Clothing stores at Fort Washington accounted for in detail.
October 24, 1798 Our Situation Relative to Clothing for the Army Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon expresses his concern regarding clothing for the Army at the northern posts. As winter approaches, clothing should be transported immediately.
April 30, 1799 Importance of Clothing for Recruits Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton remarks on the lack of clothing at the regimental rendezvous and the importance of its arrival, request for expedited transport of clothing articles.
April 17, 1798 No Clothing Samuel Dyson William Simmons Receipts for bounty paid recruits are enclosed in the amount of $18. No clothing has arrived as yet.
May 26, 1796 Clothing Needed for the Soldiers of this State, Etc. Henry Gaither Samuel Hodgdon Among a number of other topics, Gaither expresses his disappointment that the hundred suits of clothing he expected to be on the sloop "William" were not there. He will soon need clothing for all the soldiers of the state since their clothing has been severely damaged by the labor that they have been engaged in.
June 17, 1793 Shipment of Clothing for Troops Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Requests immediate shipment of clothing to Pittsburgh for troops under Major General Wayne. Troops which marched this year have received clothing at their rendezvous.
August 11, 1798 Delivery of Artillerists Clothing James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver clothing, etc.
April 27, 1791 Clothing and Accounting Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Enclosed Joseph Hunter's receipt for clothing due levies. If clothing is left in Carlisle, he is released from obligation to transport them.
August 25, 1792 Regarding the Receipt and Management of Clothing for the Army Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discusses the procedures for disposition and accounting for clothing for army.
June 24, 1793 Shipments of Clothing to Commanders of Corps Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discusses contract for clothing. Gives recommendations on how to ship the clothing to its destinations, respective Corps, along with invoices. Wants to avoid packages shipping without knowledge of contents.
December 4, 1799 Want of Clothing for Kalteisen's Company Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a return of the clothing due to Captain Kalteisen's company of the 1st Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers. What was sent appears to have been intended for Captain Huger's company of the 2nd Regiment so the clothing for Kalteisen's company still must be sent as his men are in great want of clothing. If there is any particular mode adopted for making returns of clothing, Freeman...
[not available] Post Script Return Jonathan Meigs [not available] Meigs received clothing in fall of 1797. Has no information with respect to this clothing. Meigs left Detroit beginning November 1797. Thinks the clothing was sent from Pittsburgh on its arrival there down the river.
[not available] Estimate of Clothing for 1797 [not available] [not available] Estimate of clothing for 1797
March 2, 1800 Clothing for the Troops Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton regrets that he has not yet received the clothing he requested for the troops since the winter is far advanced and new recruits without adequate clothing will soon be in a depressed situation.
August 22, 1798 Clothing to be delivered James McHenry William R. Boote Informs Ensign Boote that directions have been given to have a supply of clothing forwarded immediately to him.
January 4, 1799 Clothing Supply Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Concerned for safety of boat transporting stores. Supply of clothing aloted to Capt. Miller's company incomplete due quantity in store and then orders to march light.
February 20, 1801 Clothing Orders and Compensation Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon In the future, clothing orders will be packed up based on the needs of entire companies. Details on obtaining compensation for services rendered the Ordnance and Clothing Departments.