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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 8, 1797 Bill of Lading Form for Coffee & Indigo Shipment George Morton Samuel Hodgdon Bill of lading form authorizing the purchase of coffee and indigo in France.
July 18, 1789 Certification for entitled land John Nicholson Unknown Recipient Certifies that the late soldier John Coffee of the 1st Pennsylvania Regiment is entitled to 100 acres of land. Coffee was discharged from service at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War. Coffee places his signature on the document.
October 4, 1792 Delivery of Sugar and Coffee, and Compliments Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Enclosed is Dorsey's bill for load of sugar and coffee, forwarded by Anderson, the bearer of the letter. Respectful compliments to General Nevil's family and Mrs. Craig.
August 17, 1791 Sugar & Coffee, Etc. Isaac Craig William Knox Craig has received the shipment of coffee and sugar and has paid for them. Enclosed is the receipt related to this transaction. Col. Hodgdon is currently preparing to set off on his journey down the Ohio.
December 12, 1798 Sugar and Coffee Needed at Knoxville Edward Wright Samuel Hodgdon Sugar and coffee and other merchandise are costly to the purchaser in Knoxville. Therefore, Wright asks that a small quantity of these articles be sent with Colonel Henley's wagoner. He will pay for them, including freight, upon their arrival.
October 16, 1795 Rice Instead of Coffee, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon In addition to mentioning his travels to Fort Franklin, Le Boeuf, and Presq'isle, Craig acknowledges receipt of a number of sums from Hodgdon. Several wagons of hospital goods have arrived but there are some discrepancies in that one barrel labeled "coffee" contained rice while the weights of several casks of spirits are mistaken. He wants to know whether appropriations have been made to furnish...
March 25, 1800 Timber from Algiers Richard O'Brien Captain Smith A list of items to be provided to the Dey in Algiers in exchange for timber for the United States. 400 yards of cloth are to be handed to Secretary of State Timothy Pickering.
November 22, 1793 Tea & Coffee for Breakfast & Supper, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt acknowledges responsibility for boarding certain of the workmen who will come to New London and has made appropriate arrangements with some citizens of the town. He has learned that they will expect to have tea and coffee for breakfast and supper and this will make a capital difference in the board. Since he wants to be as economical as possible, he requests directions with Hodgdon as to how...
January 11, 1799 List of items to be transported to Major Craig at Pittsburg Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Toland List of items to be transported to Major Craig at Pittsburg includes wine, coffee, and sugar. Hodgdon asks that they be made ready for transportation as early as convenient.
June 6, 1800 Settling Account, Move to City of Washington Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Account information pertaining to Col. O'Hara's settlement. No time to handle some accounting due to office being "on the wing" to settle in new offices in City of Washington. Barrel of coffee and sugar to go to Pittsburgh shortly.
November 11, 1796 Isaac Craig report of shipment of medicines, request for remittance, report on election of Electors, military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig lamented that medicines destined for Greenville, Miami and Detroit will not reach destination until spring. Also requested a considerable remittance from Samuel Hodgdon. Craig informed Hodgdon that the Antifederal ticket carried a very great majority in the county elections. Craig requested a barrel of sugar and coffee and stationary for the upper posts.
December 9, 1796 Use of Post Notes or Silver for Currency Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Post delivered five packages from Fort Franklin. Believed it best not to intervene with Treasurer issues relative to the money in the hands of Gen. Nevill. Suggested making exchanges of post notes for silver. Coffee and sugar on its way.
[not available] Articles of Stores Belonging to Hodgdon to be Placed to Mess account. Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Samuel Hodgdon listed stores belonging to himself and noted that they are to be placed in the mess account. Items include plates, silverware, wine, brandy, coffee and cheese.
March 16, 1798 Pay of Ship Carpenters, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Letter, alludes to compensation of ship carpenters; discusses public stores and other matters.
February 26, 1800 Report from the Constitution at Sea Robert W. Hamilton Alexander Hamilton Robert Hamilton reports that they have little prospect of taking more prize money since they have not seen the three French frigates that they expected to encounter although the Boston Frigate has captured a large French Merchantman laden with coffee. Robert conveys some news of his siblings.
November 26, 1794 Coffee & Sugar, Planting a Garden, Etc. Doctor Charles Brown Samuel Hodgdon Last summer Dr. Brown asked Hodgdon to send him coffee and sugar and he repeats that request with a promise to pay for it when he is able to do so. At Greenville he has been given a house and enough ground to allow him to plant a garden. He wants to be informed if he is soon to be ordered to Philadelphia so he can prepare for the move.
March 25, 1800 Articles for the Dey & Ministery of Algiers Richard O'Brien Timothy Pickering A list of articles wanted for the Dey and Ministry with the commission for timber on the annuity, i.e., to launch and pave the way for said timber to turn out at Algiers to the advantage of the United States. All the listed articles should be directed to O'Brien at Algiers and he warns that these articles should be particularly attended to or he shall have no friends to aid him in the business....
January 26, 1798 Request for payment for articles purchased by Major Craig James McHenry John Wilkins, Jr. McHenry submits list of articles purchased by Major Isaac Craig and and delivered to Major Freeman. He asks that they be paid for out the monies in Quarter Master General's Department.
March 25, 1800 List of Articles for the Dey & Ministry Richard O'Brien Timothy Pickering A list of articles wanted for the Dey and Ministry with the commission for timber on the annuity, i.e., to launch and pave the way for said timber to turn out at Algiers to the advantage of the United States. All the listed articles should be directed to O'Brien at Algiers and he warns that these articles should be particularly attended to or he shall have no friends to aid him. Since the timber...
August 17, 1792 Settlement of Accounts, William Knox and Wagoners Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Mentions preparation of vouchers and settlement of accounts. Quartermaster General is displeased with William Knox for employing improper waggoners. John Wilmer left previous day with Newman's sword. Major Gaithers to be sent as soon as possible. Captain Henley arrived previous day. Not understood if he is to proceed to Fort Washington. Asks for resupply of sugar and coffee.
February 12, 1789 [Estimate of Expenses for the Treaty with the Cherokees agreed to February 12, 1789.] Unknown Author Unknown Recipient List of items and their estimated values for a treaty with the Cherokee Nation.
July 13, 1798 Provisions for Mr. Bates Isaac Craig [not available] A purchase order for some provisions for Mr. Bates' journey to Natchez.
August 21, 1798 Requested Supplies Winthrop Sargent Samuel Hodgdon Sargent requests additional supplies, including loaf sugar, port brandy, and coffee.
September 7, 1792 Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig expresses extreme displeasure over not having received money from Hodgdon.
March 25, 1800 Articles Wanted for the Dey & Ministry Richard O'Brien [not available] A list of articles wanted for the Dey and Ministry with the commission for timber on the annuity, i.e., to launch and pave the way for said timber to turn out at Algiers to the advantage of the United States. All the listed articles should be directed to O'Brien at Algiers and he warns that these articles should be particularly attended to or he shall have no friends to aid him. Since the timber...