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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 5, 1793 Infantry Clothing to Lancaster Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon "Will you please to have transported to Lancaster addressed to Lieut. Robert Thompson three Sergeants, three Corporals, and fifteen privates suits of infantry clothing."
November 11, 1799 Request for Issue of Clothing for Several Units Near Knoxville James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of clothing to troops near Knoxville, TN for cavalry, the 1st Regiment of Artillery, and the 3d & 4th Infantry Regiments.
June 14, 1797 Delivery of Artillerists Clothing James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver artillerists uniforms to Governor's Island, New York.
March 13, 1794 Estimate of the Pay & Forage of the Troops Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Estimate of the pay & forage of the Troops at Fort Fayette & Big Beaver Block House.
May 5, 1798 Order to Begin Recruiting for Frigate Constitution James McHenry Lemuel Clerk Lemuel Clerk is appointed a lieutenant on board the Constitution and ordered to begin recruiting the complement of Marines for the ship. He needs three sergeants, three corporals, one drum, one fife, and fifty privates. Enclosed with the orders are a copy of rules and regulations for recruiting, similar to those given the Lieutenant on the Constellation.
September 23, 1797 Exact Pay Per Day Edward Miller William Simmons In addition to enclosed receipts, Miller requests information regarding the exact pay per day of Sergeants, Corporals, Musicians, and Privates so that future mistakes will be avoided.
December 31, 1789 An estimate of the annual expense of a corps, to consist of two regiments of infantry, of ten companies each, and one battalion of artillery of four companies, each company to be composed of four sergeants, four corporals, two musicians, and sixty privates, amounting in the whole to one thousand six hundred and eighty non-commissioned officers and privates. Henry Knox [not available] An estimate of the annual expense of a corps, to consist of two regiments of infantry, of ten companies each, and one battalion of artillery of four companies, each company to be composed of four sergeants, four corporals, two musicians, and sixty privates, amounting in the whole to one thousand six hundred and eighty non-commissioned officers and privates.
[not available] Monthly pay for men on United States frigates War Department [not available] Monthly pay of petty officers, Seamen, ordinary seamen and marines on board frigates of United States.
January 22, 1791 Clothing for the Levies Henry Knox [not available] Knox discusses the clothing required for the levies and the cost thereof.
January 9, 1799 Uniforms for the Army of the United States James McHenry [not available] Describes the uniforms of officers in order of descending rank: the Commander in Chief; other General officers; Major Generals; Aides of the Commander in Chief; the Inspector General; Infantry; Artillery; Colonels; Majors; Captains; Lieutenants; Cadets; Sergeant-Majors; Quartermaster Sergeants; Sergeants; Corporals; Chief Musicians; Musicians; Etc.
December 6, 1797 Completing and Manning the Three Frigates Josiah Fox Samuel Hodgdon The Committee of the House of Representatives for the protection of commerce has called on the Secretary of War for information relative to completing and manning the three frigates for sea. Hodgdon is asked to assess the value of the articles needed for this purpose.
January 15, 1791 Estimate of Pay, Subsistence, Forage, and Clothing Henry Knox [not available] An estimate for the pay, subsistence, forage, and clothing for nine months for one regiment of Rangers, formed as shown.
November 1, 1799 Autograph Letter Signed [not available] [not available] Letter, directs preparation of woolen overalls for company at Baltimore.
1790 The Peacetime Military Establishment James McHenry [not available] An estimate of the Eventual Army based on the peace establishment. [no image]
December 6, 1797 The Cost of Completing & Manning the Three Frigates for Sea Josiah Fox Samuel Hodgdon The Committee of the House of Representatives for protecting Commerce has asked the Secretary of War for information relative to completing and manning the three frigates for sea. Hodgdon is asked to assess the value of the following: arms and accoutrements for eight sergeants, eight corporals, three drums, three fifes, and 140 Marines with their necessary bedding and hammocks included. This...
April 30, 1791 Boxes of Clothing Forwarded to Philadelphia William Hill Samuel Hodgdon Statement of boxes of clothing sent to Philadelphia, forwarded by the Amboy Stage.
September 17, 1799 Request for Issue of Clothing to Limestone, Kentucky James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Directs sending of clothing to Limestone, KY, for men of the 4th Regiment. A note from Samuel Hodgdon advising the packing of the items is appended.
October 31, 1785 Table of company equipment Henry Knox Unknown Recipient The Secretary at War issues a standard table of camp equipment for a 70 man company. An equipment allowance is made for officers' servants. Ordinance is not included in camp equipage.
November 3, 1795 Arrival at Fort, Further Travel Unsafe Jonathan Haskell William Simmons Haskell has arrived at Pittsburgh. He expects to be detained as not only is the water too low for most boats but there are not sufficient men to form an escort for him.
October 21, 1799 Request to Return Items to John Wilkins, Quartermaster General Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Instructs Harris to return certain items to John Wilkins, Quartermaster General.
June 15, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Caleb Swan Simmons discusses the propriety of charges made on accounts and the surplus number of corporals and sergeants on the pay rolls submitted by Mr. Swan.
May 7, 1799 Progress of My Recruiting Party Daniel Bradley James McHenry Major Bradley reports on the progress of his recruiting party which has arrived in Staunton on its way to Winchester where he will await orders.
May 27, 1797 Delivery of Equipment to Outfit an Entire Company James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver Infantry uniforms, arms, etc. to Staunton, Virginia.
July 24, 1799 Delivery of Clothing James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms for troops at Presque Isle and Fort Washington.
October 22, 1791 Certification of Deliveries Alexander Hamilton William Hill Certification of clothing supplied by William Hill to the troops of the United States for 1791 and delivered agreeably to directions from Henry Knox, Secretary of War.