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July 8, 1795 Monthly Reports of the Secretary of War Edward Day Samuel Hodgdon Day is sending Hodgdon the monthly reports of the Secretary of War and informs Hodgdon that postage is avoided by sending these reports under cover to the Secretary of War.
September 23, 1799 Unfortunate Incident in My Brother's Family, Etc. William Miller Samuel Hodgdon Miller reports that an unfortunate incident in his brother James's family at Germantown has required his residence for the previous ten days. The enclosed warrant, with the Treasurer's endorsement, is being remitted and entitles Hodgdon to payment at the bank.
May 12, 1793 Alliance of Southern Tribes Against the Creeks William Blount Henry Knox Blount reports on a possible Indian attack near Nashville and speculates on the possiblity that the Chickasws and Choctaws may join together in a war against the Creeks. It is not known whether the Cherokee chiefs will accept the invitation to travel to Philadelphia to meet with the President.
July 31, 1798 Reports Poor Conduct of Col. Howard George Salmon James McHenry Reports disappointing conduct of Colonel Howard, although the newspaper reports will probably not affect his congressional election.
December 6, 1786 Reports Congressional Act in Favor of Moravians; Promises Assistance Josiah Harmar Moravian Indians Reports the passing of a congressional act in their favor. Promises to deliver requested articles. Congress has granted permission for them to return to their former settlements on the Muskingum with promises of friendship and protection. Seeks to know the name of their leader.
February 2, 1792 Expense Reports to be Examined Henry Knox Henry Lee Reports of costs incurred by Virginia to protect Kentucky received and to be examined.
July 30, 1798 Reports No News from Europe James McHenry John Rutledge Refers to letter received, and will follow through with most of the recommendations. Reports no late news from Europe.
October 31, 1796 Reports Death of Mr. Kennedy and Problems with his Property Hugh Crawford James McHenry Reports disagreeable news of death of Mr. Kennedy at Baltimore. Reports trouble assessing his property.
October 30, 1799 Reports Visit to Tellico; Reports Accounts David Henley William Simmons Reports visit to Tellico to deliver Cherokee annuities. Reports accounts and refers to estimates and papers which will come in the next post to prepare for questions from Judge Anderson and Mr. Claiborn.
July 10, 1792 Report from the Army's Paymaster Caleb Swan Henry Knox Swan reports that he has made advances to the officers of the 1st Regiment but issued no pay to the men. Reports that the 2nd Regiment has been paid. Reports he has 30,000 dollars on hand.
July 5, 1793 Whereabouts of Men and Boys from Cussetah Town James Seagrove [not available] Seagrove reports that men and boys are staying at his house for their protection. They are well fed and being taken care of so well, they do not wish to leave. Reports that Indian cut his throat. Seagrove refers to enclosed letters for Alexander Cornell, Cussetah King and Kinnard. Chaves, the bearer can provide details. Reports that Great Father General Washington has forbid any troops from going...
January 18, 1797 Account of the Distribution and Number of Reports and Statements. John Beckley William Simmons Letter, encloses account or list of officials of the Federal Government who are to receive copies of reports and statements from the printer of the House of Representatives.
June 9, 1797 Reports Return from Sea; Exchange with Pickering and British Officer William Vans Murray James McHenry Reports safe landing after two months at sea. Reports exchange with a British officer and Pickering.
August 21, 1797 Alarmed at the Reports of the Fever in the City, Etc. Alexander Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson has examined the coach mentioned in the letter and finds it to be deficient. He is alarmed at the reports of the fever in the city and hopes that family and friends are all well.
April 28, 1797 Enclosed Copies of Statements for Disbursements to Indian & Hospital Departments John Wilkins, Jr. James McHenry Statements enclosed, notification that vouchers for expenditures at Kentucky and Detroit were transmitted to Comptroller of U.S. Treasury.
January 7, 1793 Report from Fort Washington John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Harris reports that Indians remain peaceable. Mentions Mr. Colesworthy. Harris says he is very busy and does not have time to write him. Letter from Mr Bissell to this family enclosed. Mentions Shaylor.
August 30, 1791 [COPY] General Wilkinson's Expedition Harry Innes Henry Knox Enclosed documents detail Gen. Wilkinson's troops progress. Enclosed muster rolls sent via James Parker. Innes and Brown hope that Knox will authorize immediate payment of the troops and send the money back with Parker. They also justify some of Wilkinson's expenses for the expedition.
March 26, 1796 Reports Stock, Tools Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Reports that they are doing as well as can be expected. Believes to have a full stock within 8 or 9 months, if he can send the locks as requested. They have had peace since Mr. Miles left. Reports prices for Indian corn. Requests an inventory of his tools because they are wearing out quickly and it will be difficult to ascertain their value. Intends to send a new gun design that may benefit the...
February 19, 1799 Reports Inability to Fulfill Request James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Reports that it is impossible to fulfill his requests based on the Commander in Chief. Requests any notes from previous conversations.
August 1, 1796 Reports Abrupt Departure of Mr. Dandridge George Washington James McHenry Reports sudden departure of Mr. Dandridge, based on unworthy motives, although he considers him a character of integrity.
July 16, 1799 Reports Lack of Clothing in Store; Recommends Mr. Billington to Inspect Clothing at Busk Hill Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Reports that it is most likely that not much clothing remains in store nor is expected soon. Suitable stores cannot be procured at New Castle. Reports danger of contagious ague and fever in the city. Perhaps clothing could be inspected at Mr. Billington's house, who is capable and has the space for such an activity. He will be amply compensated.
December 19, 1799 Reports from Loftus's Heights John Francis Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton Hamtramck explains that he has had no reports from Loftus's Heights because it appears that the troops on the Mississippi consider themselves independent of his command in the absense of General Wilkinson.
June 27, 1799 Reports Progress for Construction of Laboratory, Arsenal, Magazine in Philadelphia Samuel Hodgdon John Mackey Reports efforts of Mr. Annely to pay landlord John Taylor with stoppages from his wages, but the notes remained unpaid. Asks Mackey to make a payment plan with Annely. Reports that Taylor has acted like a gentleman. Hopes that the canal is progressing. Relays plans for extensive, expensive operation, having purchased land near the Schuylkill for a laboratory, magazine, barracks, workshop, and...
May 7, 1786 Alarming Report from the Miami Josiah Harmar Henry Knox Reports alarming intelligence he has received from Capt. Finney at the Miami River on the activities of Indians operating from forts in America's western territory. Believes that peace treaties were farcical as long as the British retain possession of the posts. Questions General Butler's leadership abilities among the Indians.
April 8, 1799 Reports Lieut. Leonard's Need for Assistance James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Reports that Lieutenant Leonard may not be able to march with his men without assistance, and that inhabitants are very anxious that they move along.