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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 9, 1796 On Personal Enemies, Especially James Wilkinson James McHenry Anthony Wayne Reports to Wayne on Wayne's personal enemies, especially including Gen. James Wilkinson.
March 5, 1800 Absolute Falsehood of the Rumors Henry Lee Alexander Hamilton General Lee strongly asserts that neither he nor Ludwell Lee wrote letters against the Inspector General and his politics. He begs Hamilton to ignore the calumnies of his enemies because if they thought he was despondent, they would be gratified.
October 6, 1799 Lack of Pay, Shoes, Coats, Etc. Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton Parker laments the fact that his recruits have not been paid which renders them open to the insinuations of the enemies of the government. Many of them also do not have basic necessities like shoes, shirts, and tents.
September 16, 1799 Soldiers are becoming very uneasy and restless... Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton Parker warns that his troops are becoming restless due to their lack of pay and therefore are easy prey for enemies of the government. He lists a number of articles that are not available to the troops including ammunition and coats.
November 3, 1794 Notification of Clothing Delivery to the Chickasaws William Blount Chiefs of the Chickasaw Nation Chief Opoia Mingo has been given clothing by General Washington to deliver to the people of the Chickasaw nation as a token of friendship.The Chickasaws are commended for encouraging their warriors to support General Wayne's army.
January 26, 1793 Regarding Suspicions of Double Dealings Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Colonel Nevil delivered documents necessary to procure payment of St. Clair's transportation. Discusses new home in Philadelphia, where he enjoys his friends. Says he knows of no enemies of Craig. Secretary of War appreciates Craig's labors. Dismisses Craig's suggestions that Hodgdon is involved in double dealings. Asks to pay respects to Mrs. Craig and General Nevil's family. Expect to hear...
February 2, 1799 Responding to the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions Alexander Hamilton Theodore Sedgwick Hamilton stresses the importance of securing the opinion of the people relative to the controversy over the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions. He suggests creating a committee to resolve issues regarding the constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition Acts which have been challenged by said Resolutions.
July 11, 1797 Impeachment of a Concealed Enemy James McHenry John Sevier Enclosed to Governor Sevier are official papers that expose the criminality of an individual whose is unworthy of his seat in the Senate from which he has been expelled. He is also being impeached by the House of Representatives and Sevier is asked to provide persons, papers, and records which might assist in the elucidation of his actions.
September 4, 1800 Legitimacy of Hamilton's Birth James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Letter from the former Secretary at War to Alexander Hamilton; informs him that he sincerely believes that not a single one of Hamilton's friends pay the least bit of attention to his enemies who question the "legitimacy of your birth." Hamilton was born out of wedlock in the British West Indies.
June 23, 1791 Protect Indian Allies from Injury, Etc. Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler It appears that the preparations for the expedition are going well with troops moving forward and recruiting in New England taking spring. Additional clothing and shoes will be forwarded. It appears that the Six Nations will provide sixty warriors for the expedition but care must be taken that none are injured by American citizens which will convert these Indians from friends to enemies.
August 20, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Samuel Munroe Samuel Munroe [not available] Munore acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. He has read the rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion and he will be paid six dollars per month.
August 20, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Frederick Myers Frederick Myers [not available] Myers acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
August 1, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of George Reardon George Reardon [not available] Reardon acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
March 10, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of Thomas Fairman Thomas Fairman [not available] Fairman acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
December 6, 1797 Regarding contemporary politics in Congress Uriah Forrest James McHenry Discusses financial matters; alludes to partisanship in Congress and "enemies to the President."
December 25, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Richard McClain Richard McClain [not available] McClain acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
December 28, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of James Whiton James Whiton [not available] Whiton acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
March 31, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of Charles Smarthan Charles Smarthan [not available] Smarthan acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
August 20, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of John Nordyce John Nordyce [not available] Nordyce acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
May 3, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of Edward Blancy Edward Blancy [not available] Blancy acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
December 8, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Joseph Russell Joseph Russell [not available] Russell acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
April 19, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of David Umen David Umen [not available] Umen acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
February 1, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of Jeremiah Driskell Jeremiah Driskell [not available] Driskell acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
February 8, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of William Longsdall William Longsdall [not available] Longsdall's acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
February 23, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of Jacob Godfrey Jacob Godfrey [not available] Godfrey acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.