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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 15, 1793 A Report on Returns of Ordnance, Clothing and Stores Isaac Craig Henry Knox Reports on returns of ordnance, clothing and stores.
October 3, 1799 Missing Clothing, no Invoice of Stores David Strong Samuel Hodgdon Fears that his last letter was miscarried, so sends a duplicate. Discusses hogsheads of clothing. Requests that an invoice of stores be forwarded.
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.
May 1, 1793 Clothing & Military Stores Cornelius Sedam Samuel Hodgdon Clothing and military stores received and in good order; are much better than any which came to hand before. Music coats not yet arrived.
April 28, 1798 Clothing & Military Stores Samuel Hodgdon Griffith McKee Hodgdon informs Capt. McKee that his clothing and military stores are being transported.
September 11, 1793 Instructions and Stores Henry Knox Unknown Recipient Encloses returns of clothing for frontier. No more stores to be sent to Georgia.
February 13, 1796 Returns of Stores and Items Needed Michael Kalteisen Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed annual account of stores, includes supplies required. Has not been able to see Governor for approval of Hodgdon's order. Specific request for clothing to "prevent the soldiers from murmuring."
February 15, 1799 Shipment of Clothing and Military Stores; Requests Receipt Samuel Hodgdon Frederick Frye By order of the Secretary of War, sends shipment of clothing and military stores; requests receipt.
January 23, 1799 Sends Clothing and Military Stores via Wagon Samuel Hodgdon James Read Sends requested clothing and military stores. Because the waterway is unsure, will send by wagon. Requests acknowledgment of receipt and whether the shipment agrees with the invoice.
January 25, 1793 Quarter Master Stores and Clothing; Shortage of Musket Powder Isaac Craig Henry Knox Encloses returns of Quarter Master stores and clothing. Discusses shortage of musket powder and the need for large supply prior to campaign.
November 25, 1800 Clothing and Invoice Received Joseph Williams Jonathan Jackson Williams has received an invoice of clothing and casks supposedly containing the clothing. The casks will be opened and checked against the invoice as soon as possible. Williams thinks the clothing should have been shipped via New York.
September 8, 1786 Request for Permission to Provide Troops With Clothing from Stores, & Report on Latest Desertions William Price Henry Knox Asks for permission to issue needed clothing to the troops out of the old clothing stores; reports on latest desertions by Connecticut and New York troops.
September 18, 1797 Clothing to be delivered Mr. Jones William R. Boote Informs Ensign Boote that the Superintendent of Military Stores has been instructed to send him ten complete suits of clothing.
August 9, 1793 Supplies, Stores, Clothing, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig discusses the status of a number of supplies, stores, and clothing.
August 30, 1798 Delivery of Clothing & Stores Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Hodgdon provides instructions for the delivery of clothing and stores to Captains Drisdell and Stille and Ensign Boote.
August 28, 1800 Clothing Should Not be Sent to Any One Captain, Etc. Daniel Jackson Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a discussion of supply matters, Jackson recommends that clothing not be sent on the return of any one captain in his battalion until the return of the whole is sent together. If any single captain procures his clothing before the others it causes murmering and dissension from his companions.
August 9, 1799 No arms, clothing, or public stores of any kind... Daniel Bradley Alexander Hamilton "...Captain Brock...informs me he has no arms, clothing, or public stores of any kind, these men of Captain Gibson's and Lieutenant Lewis's at this place are in much want of clothing. I have received a suit of clothing per man for two complete companies but don't know whether I ought to give any part of it to these men who have drew before or keep it for the recruits. I wish for information on...
August 27, 1786 Report on Clerks to Commissioners Samuel Osgood [not available] Official report on James Riverside, Doyle Sweeny, Robert Underwood regarding the new rules regulation the compensation and book keeping of the Hospital and Clothing Stores. Resulting in a formal resolve to give Commissioners money to pay clerks.
January 30, 1799 Shipment of Clothing; Requests Acknowledgment of Receipt Samuel Hodgdon William McRea By order of Secretary of War, sends clothing and military stores. Requests acknowledgment of receipt and whether they agree with invoice.
October 17, 1800 Return of Ordnance Stores and Clothing Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig forwards a general return of ordinance stores and clothing to Samuel Hodgdon.
September 22, 1791 Supplies and Clothing to be Forwarded Henry Knox Isaac Craig All stores received at Fort Pitt and all clothing excepting 15 suits, should be forwarded to Fort Washington under escort.
February 4, 1796 Clothing Return Jonathan Meigs Samuel Hodgdon Clothing stores at Fort Washington accounted for in detail.
April 24, 1798 Clothing and Stores Have Arrived, Etc. Samuel Dyson Samuel Hodgdon The clothing and stores have arrived and are agreeable to the invoice although the bayonets are without scabbards. Apparently a mistake was made in preparing them for shipping.
December 5, 1798 Articles of Clothing & Military Stores Samuel Hodgdon Amos Stoddard Articles of clothing and military stores are being sent to Stoddard's address. The receipt should be on the bill of lading which will enable the captain [of the vessel] to receive payment of his freight.
January 31, 1799 Shipment of Clothing; Requests Acknowledgment of Receipt Samuel Hodgdon Staats Morris By order of Secretary of War, sends clothing, arms, and military stores. Requests acknowledgment of receipt and whether the shipment matches the invoice.