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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 13, 1791 Estimate of money due in the Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] Estimate of money due in the Quarter Masters Department.
June 27, 1799 Discusses Bayonet Scabbards, Cartouche Boxes Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Reports that the bayonet scabbards under Baren Steubens have not been used for a long time. Discusses the care for such scabbards. Wonders if appearance is important. Describes the latest cartouche boxes. Asks Stevens to consult with General Hamilton and try to correct his opinion.
May 5, 1792 Estimate of monies wanting in the Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] Estimate of monies wanting in the Quarter Masters Department.
December 18, 1792 Estimate of monies wanted in the Military Stores Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book.Estimate for monies wanted in the Department of Military Stores at Philadelphia.
1792 Estimate of money wanting in the Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate for monies wanting in the Quartermaster's Department
March 12, 1800 Duplicate Returns for the Quarter Master Stores in February 1800 [not available] [not available] Returns of Quartermaster stores for month of February 1800 from the War Department of Tennessee, specifically at Southwest Point. Includes an order for black velvet for making a pall.
February 28, 1785 Return of Ordnance and Military Stores at West Point William Price Unknown Recipient William Price, Deputy Commissioner of Military Stores, issues a return of military stores on hand at West Point to an unknown recipient.
December 16, 1793 Henry Knox to President of United States George Washington: recommendations on locations of arsenals and magazines, development of a national arms industry, and return of ordnance, arms and military stores in possession of United States Henry Knox George Washington Included in this return are some recommendations regarding strategic location of magazines and arsenals across the United States and the importance of developing an arms industry in the United States. The state of returns he owes to the casual circumstances of the War for Independence. Principal locations: New London Virginia, Philadelphia, West Point on Hudson River and Springfield on...