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March 19, 1794 Regarding irons, carriages, buildings, and cartridge boxes Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt discusses a number of concerns relative to irons, carriages, buildings, and cartridge boxes.
May 15, 1795 Invoices and Indian Goods Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Plough irons to be provided for the Chickasaws. Details of invoices submitted.
March 19, 1794 Cartridge Boxes, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt discusses a number of concerns relative to irons, carriages, buildings, and cartridge boxes.
October 16, 1799 Recruiting business is totally stopped and desertion prevails Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton Parker complains that the delay in paying the troops has destroyed recruiting efforts and increased the number of desertions.
May 11, 1798 Estimate of Quartermaster Supplies for Army of 20,000 Men Samuel Hodgdon [not available] A thorough estimate of the supplies needed for an army of 20,000 men, not counting contingent expenses such as repairs, transportation, etc.
June 12, 1795 Stores and Indian Goods Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Military stores removed from militia encampment to Fort Fayette except for essential items required by men currently being inoculated for small pox. Indian goods for Chickasaws delivered (and listed). Invoice enclosed.
August 11, 1791 [No. 26] Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Orders to collect items mentioned in previous memo and send on boats. List of items needed.
July 23, 1788 Reports Activities of Indians, Attacks, Treaty Efforts around Fort Harmar Josiah Harmar Charles Thomson Encloses congressional dispatches to the people of Kentucky. Treaty will be deferred. Will provide a subaltern sergeant corporal and several privates to guard provisions and to build a council room for the "savages" at the request of the governor. Reports attack by Ottowas and Chippeways, killing two and wounding two others. Two Indians were killed and six taken prisoner, now under heavy irons in...
December 31, 1799 Estimation of Tools and Utensils On Hand David Ames [not available] Estimation of all tools and utensils on hand at the Armory in Springfield as returned by the Superintendent per his return, December 31st 1799.
April 14, 1800 Letter to the Secretary at War Uriah Tracy James McHenry Letter from U.S. Senator Uriah Tracy (Connecticut) to the Secretary at War regarding a crime at a saltworks.
September 28, 1799 Orders to Deliver Materials for Brigantine President Adams [not available] John Harris Orders to deliver goods to Quartermaster General of Detroit for the outfitting of Brigantine John Adams, fitting out at Detroit.
August 24, 1800 Private Conference with Merchants, Etc. Benjamin Hodgdon Samuel Hodgdon Benjamin has arrived safely in Alexandria and visited a third party in jail. Relates to a vessel and business. However, no one can now talk to the imprisoned man without the jailer being present.
December 22, 1798 Hunters in the Woods Benjamin Hawkins James McHenry Hawkins notifies McHenry of hunters that have taken to the woods, and of the Chiefs' cooperation. Also discussion of the capture and return of Mr. McIntosh's runaway slaves.
March 31, 1797 Repair to Artillery Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Documentation of receipt of various vouchers and returns. Hopes to transmit vouchers from Pittsburgh by next post. Requests new carriages for cannons at Le Boeuf.
February 24, 1792 Stores on Hand at Fort Hamilton. John Armstrong Michael G. Houdin A return of the Quartermaster Stores on hand at Fort Hamilton, Capt. John Armstrong commanding, February 24, 1792.
June 19, 1800 Estimate of Expenditures for the Factory, Arsenal, and Canal at Harpers Ferry, June 1800 Samuel Annin Samuel Dexter Annin encloses estimate of expenditures on account of armorers employed, material wanted for factory, arsenal and canal at Harper's Ferry.
June 5, 1794 Enclosed Muster, Inspection, and Provisions Information William Rickard David Henley Supplies yet to arrive, lists required items, and action taken to acquire goods.
May 31, 1792 Estimate of Monies Wanting in the Quartermaster's Department Unknown Author [not available] Estimate of Monies wanting in the Quarter Masters Department.
December 31, 1799 Value of Articles Delivered from the Public Store. David Ames [not available] Estimation of the value of articles delivered from the Public Store to the order of David Ames, Superentendant for the use of the Armory since December 31st 1798.
June 10, 1799 Abstract of articles purchased by Ebenezer Stevens. [not available] [not available] Abstract of the articles purchased by Ebenezer Stevens agent for the war department in New York in the month March 1799. Transmitted and signed by William Simmons accountant.
May 13, 1800 Request for John Wilkins Jr. to Deliver Mortars and Howitzers to Newport [not available] John Harris Request signed by McHenry and Hodgdon addressed to John Harris, for John Wilkins Jr. to deliver for transportation to Newport Rhode Island, three 13-inch brass mortars with the iron for the beds, four 8-inch howitzers with traveling carriages, six 5.5-inch howitzers,
March 31, 1800 Letter to the President of the United States James McHenry John Adams Letter to the President of the United States concerning the case of Captain Levin Jones, formerly of the brig David Stewart, against whom a bill has been found by a Grand Jury for murder.
May 1795 General Return of Quartermaster's Stores George Fleming Samuel Hodgdon Return of all the Public Property belonging to the Quarter Master's Department at West Point taken for May 1795.
October 7, 1794 Transport of Prisoner, Provisions for Troops Isaac Craig Henry Knox Upon receipt of letter from Knox, Craig applied to Butler for an escort to Newman, a prisoner, to Fort Washington for further transport to Head Quarters. Payment due troops in the upper posts of the Ohio river arrived. Requests information on troops under Gov. Lee that could join Colonel Butler so that proper provisions are made.
June 5, 1794 [PRIVATE] Request for Instructions William Rickard David Henley Need guidance on how to file muster rolls. Additionally, mutineers now detained in irons, threatened the life of two men and gave goods to Indians.