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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 22, 1798 Garrison Flags Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Letter, asks for materials for Garrison flags.
December 22, 1798 Supply of Fort Flags Samuel Hodgdon Tench Francis Hodgdon observes that there are enough fort flags to meet the demand for the ensuing year.
June 6, 1798 Hard Weather Flags & Powder Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Capt. Elliott requests two hard weather flags and a further supply of powder.
July 18, 1800 Request to deliver to flags, ordnance to Norfolk garrison [not available] John Harris Request to deliver flags, balls, lead for John Wilkins Junior Quarter Master General for transportation to the garrison at Norfolk, Virginia.
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.
May 22, 1800 Request for Issue of Flags for the Fort Moultrie and Fort Johnston Garrisons James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of flags for use by garrisons at Forts Moultrie and Johnston, Charleston, SC.
June 7, 1798 Signal Flags for the Warship "Delaware" James McHenry John Harris Harris is ordered to deliver a set of signal flags and pendants to Captain Decatur for the use of the ship of war "Delaware."
March 22, 1798 Request for Issue of Flag Bunting James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of bunting for garrison flags.
June 27, 1796 Reports Receipt and Shipment of Flags; Encloses Salary Voucher Michael G. Houdin Samuel Hodgdon Reports receipt of flags. Sent them by stage to Schenectady to be delivered to Henry Dare, to be forwarded to Capt. Bruft, who has left Albany. Expresses concern about news from Mr. Dickenson. Encloses voucher for salary. Salutes Mrs. Hodgdon and family.
April 3, 1792 General Orders to Cease Offensive Hostilities James Wilkinson [not available] Hostilities to cease, Commandants to receive flags and await further orders.
January 19, 1794 White Flags of the Six Nations of Indians John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is asked his opinion in relation to the white flags coming in from the Six Nations of Indians. It will be well if they are sincere in their overtures but General Wayne, although he has granted them a hearing and promised them to hold off offensive operations for thirty days, will not consider a treaty with them until he drinks from the waters of the [?].
June 14, 1797 Delivery of Tents James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver tents and flags to Governor's Island, NY.
June 14, 1797 Delivery of Material for Garrison Flag James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver materials for making flags to Governor's Island, New York, with list.
May 31, 1796 Requests Shipment of Articles to West Point Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Tench Francis will deliver flags and medicine chests. Requests that they be forwarded to West Point with some sheepskins, shells, and fuses.
February 2, 1797 Inquiry into Order for Flag John Stagg John Harris Letter, discusses making flags, contracting thereof, and materials needed.
November 5, 1797 Regarding Shipments of Soldiers' Clothing, Supplies for Detroit & Masac, & Doctor's Stores at Pittsburgh John Wilkins, Jr. James Wilkinson Notifies Wilkinson that the soldiers' clothing has been divided at Philadelphia into packages for each post, and informs him of the route each package will travel. Mentions stoves & glass destined for Detroit; lets him know that 2 garrison flags, stationery, bar iron and nails have been sent to Masac, as requested. Encloses a return of the doctor's stores at Pittsburgh.
April 3, 1800 Obligation to Deliver Two Regiments' Standards in April Christian Gallagher Samuel Hodgdon Discusses advance of $50, delivery of Regiment standards and Battalion colors.
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 13, 1798 New Mode of Casting Shot, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Among other matters, Hodgdon discusses a new mode of casting shot which results in an even surface and greater precision in weight. Hodgdon doubts whether this new method actually produces better shot since that produced by the old method was very effective in battering works and killing men.
September 23, 1792 Colors of the Sub Legions Anthony Wayne [not available] General Order: specifies the size and design of the colors [flags] for the four sub legions.
January 19, 1792 Supplies Needed at Fort Hamilton John Armstrong Samuel Hodgdon Captain Armstrong lists a number of articles needed for the use of the garrison at Fort Hamilton.
March 8, 1798 [Receipt for Supplies] Isaac Craig [not available] Stores, receipt for ship supplies sent to Pittsburgh including tar, oakum, half-hour glass, and flags.
August 15, 1798 Hint to the Secretary: No Money, No Work! Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Among various supply matters, Hodgdon notes that the Secretary of War has gone to Trenton with the other Secretaries because of the threat of contagion. He has reminded the Secretary that work of an extensive nature cannot be carried on without money,.
November 26, 1795 Ordnances for Transport Timothy Pickering William Eaton Enclosed return for ordnance and military stores to be transported to fort on St. Mary's River.
June 6, 1798 Heavy Cannon to Their Several Destinations Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Elliot Hodgdon compliments Capt. Elliott for the dispatch with which he has sent the heavy cannon to their several southern destinations. He notes that Elliott will soon be asked to superintend a laboratory to be established in New York.