Viewing 1–9 of 9 documents: "dysentery"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 10, 1795 Certification for the Death of John Due Nathan Hill William Simmons Hill certifies that a soldier named John Due died on the 2nd of June of dysentery.
May 20, 1795 Certification For The Death of Samuel Poor Nathan Hill Griffith James McRee Certification for the death of Samuel Poor, a soldier in Captain McRee's company, listing dysentery as the cause of death.
November 5, 1798 Enclosed Letters from Captain Frye and Doctor Dwight Adam Hoops Alexander Hamilton Frederick Frye's letter from Governor's Island described clothing and accoutrements furnished to his men. Letter from Doctor Dwight related information on troops stationed at Bedloes Islands with a hypothesis on why the soldiers suffer from dysentery.
June 19, 1795 Muster Roll and Certificates Griffith James McRee William Simmons McRee transmits the muster roll for his company and includes certificates for four soldiers that could not be obtained.
July 28, 1800 Dysentery is Extremely Common, Etc. Jeremiah Condy Samuel Hodgdon Condy observes that he and his family have been in distress because of the severe indisposition of his mother-in-law. Since his arrival in Georgetown he has been admitted to the courts and shall begin his practice. He warns Hodgdon not to travel there with his family if he can avoid it because of the inconveniences and potential for sickness. Dysentery is extremely common in the City of...
December 9, 1799 Compensation of Doctor Brown Doctor Charles Brown James McHenry Dr. Charles Brown complains to Secretary McHenry that he was promised compensation for his many services providing medical care for the Indian prisoners, including renting a house for their care, and has yet to be paid.
July 9, 1789 Sickness of Child Henry Knox Samuel Odgen Discussed illness of child and the return to health.
December 9, 1799 Compensation for Doctor Brown Doctor Charles Brown James McHenry Dr. Brown complains to McHenry that he was promised compensation for his many services providing medical care for the Indian prisoners and other Indians, including renting a house for their care, and has yet to be paid.
March 21, 1799 Answering the Charges Against Me John Jacob Rivardi Alexander Hamilton In exhaustive detail, Major Rivardi answers the charges against him by Captain Bruff and laments the hardships and ill health he and his family have endured in the service of the United States.