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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 22, 1791 Orders to Embark Samuel Hodgdon [not available] The Battalion is ordered to be ready to sail and will embark on Tuesday, July 12th, 1791 at noon.
June 6, 1799 Letter, Type Undetermined, James Wilkinson to Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Alexander Hamilton Letter, informs re travel arrangements.
May 27, 1799 Frigate United States Must Embark for Charleston from the Delaware Benjamin Stoddert [not available] Announces readiness of frigate United States, which can take a company of artillery to Charleston, but the men must embark from the Delaware.
June 15, 1792 Orders to Sail to New Brunswick Henry Knox Captain Jedediah Rogers Letter, directs Rodgers to move recruits to rendezvous at New Brunswick New Jersey. Travel by boat from Albany, then march.
July 14, 1791 Letter from the Secretary at War Henry Knox Capt. Buel The Secretary at War orders Captain Buel to embark aboard naval shipping to New Brunswick.
June 7, 1794 Troops Intended for Charleston John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The detachment of troops intended for Charleston cannot embark for eight or ten days. The matter with Capt. Strong relative to his vessel should therefore be settled.
December 14, 1798 Major Craig sends status report from Fort Pitt to the Secretary at War Isaac Craig James McHenry Major Craig informs the Secretary at War that Captain Miller's troops are preparing to embark for Fort Washington and that water levels on the Ohio remain too low to ship stores.
June 27, 1799 Requests 32 pound shot for Captain Barry to Embark for Sea Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Reports that Captain Barry is ready for sea, waiting only for a small amount of 32 pound shot.
September 31, 1791 Transportation of Stores Isaac Craig Henry Knox Craig to send the majority of stores with Capt. Buell upon his departure.
July 15, 1797 Garrison flags at Newport fortifications James McHenry John Harris Directs two garrison flags to be sent to Captain Elliott, who is preparing to embark for Newport, Rhode Island in order to take command of the fortifications there.
February 7, 1790 Knox writes to General Wayne Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Letter, discusses Indian politics and warfare.
April 1, 1795 Exportation of Military Stores Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is the permit which authorizes the exportation of military stores on the same vessel in which Colonel Humphreys is about to embark.
December 15, 1797 Ice and Travel Isaac Craig James McHenry River will be navigable shortly, Major Freeman to travel with his troops tomorrow.
March 26, 1784 Army accounts and move of the pay office Timothy Pickering John Pierce Discusses various army accounts and the movement of the pay office to New York.
July 22, 1794 Instructions for Commissioners of Presqu'ile Regarding Six Nations Treaty Thomas Mifflin Andrew Ellicot Encloses correspondence with the President and Secretary of War on the proposed treaty with the Six Nations; asks that at least one of the commissioners attend the treaty meeting, to be able to immediately embark upon the surveying of the site if the treaty allows it. Affirms readiness of the soldiers assigned to protect the commissioners in their project.
March 18, 1799 Two Companies of Artillerists in Motion Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton informs McHenry of the actions he has taken in putting two companies of artillerists in motion who are to embark immediately from Fort Jay.
April 30, 1793 Lee asks Knox about the safety of international travel Henry Lee Henry Knox Letter, discusses his plan to depart for France.
October 22, 1786 Bail for Mr. Phelon John Pierce Samuel Barrett Notes that the suspected counterfeiter of certificates, John Phelon, has been granted permission for bail by the Board of Treasury.
May 26, 1793 Instructions to Get Two Guides and Proceed with Letters to Pittsburg Federal Commissioners Treaty at Sandusky Jasper Parrish Commissioners instruct interpreter Jasper Parrish to proceed to Pittsburg with two trusty Indians from Cornplanter's settlement, obtain more interpreters for treaty negotiations at Sandusky, and procure more white wampum. If Major Craig does not respond in timely fashion, apply to General John Gibson, who will expedite the effort. Commissioners plan to embark for Sandusky on 20 June 1793
November 14, 1794 Request to embark moulds for floor and rising timbers on vessel sailing to Georgia Henry Knox Joshua Humphreys Knox informs Joshua Humphreys that a vessel sailing to Georgia and asks that moulds for the floor and rising timbers be embarked addressed to John Morgan. James Seagrove will take charge of them.
March 30, 1790 Embarkation Orders for Captain Burbeck Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Knox issues his orders regarding the embarkation, supply, and pay of three companies who are to board two vessels whose destination is to be revealed once they arrive at Philadelphia.
August 22, 1789 Instruction for Travel to Georgia Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Secretary of War orders Captain Henry Burbeck to Georgia for treaty with Creeks. Specified that Capt. Savage be left an order to forward a detachment to reinforce Burbeck as soon as Savage arrives from Springfield to West Point. Authorized one month pay to be given to Burbeck's soldiers before they depart for Georgia. If Burbeck is not well supplied, Knox suggested he draw from Capt. Price all...
November 2, 1800 General Orders Major T.H. Cushing [not available] General orders issued by T. H. Cushing from Head Quarters in Washington. Sergeant David mead of Captain Freeman's company of Artillerists and Engineers is transferred to infantry and will join the band. John Grants and William Hard of Elliot's company of Artillists and Engineers and William Thompson of Bishop's company are transferred to Captain Freeman's company and must be mustered as such from...
February 3, 1797 Death of Red Pole Isaac Craig James McHenry Notification that after severe illness, Red Pole died. Shawnee acknowledged the assistance of the U.S. in his care. Requested a head stone or tomb stone to be placed over his grave.
April 26, 1794 Movements of troops to Pittsburg John Stagg Isaac Craig Reports that recruits preparing to march for Pittsburg to descend Ohio River for Fort Washington. Ensign McClean marches from Philadelphia to Carlisle. A Captain and 40 men are ordered from West Point to New Brunswick, New Jersey. Mentions recruits in Virginia under Captain Heth also ordered to Pittsburg.