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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 7, 1797 Passage on a Vessel Bound for Norfolk James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon William Barnwell has been appointed a Surgeon's Mate so he will need passage on board a vessel bound for Norfolk in Virginia where he will be stationed.
June 30, 1791 Payment for Books and Ledgers William Poyntell Joseph Howell A bill for ledgers and books purchased by Howell for use in the office.
April 9, 1800 Shot Deposited at Fort Jay, Etc. Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Gordon explains that the shot can be deposited at Fort Jay on Governors Island. but since it belongs to the United States it should be kept separate from the state ammunition. Gordon talked to the owner of the vessel bound for New Orleans who reported that the cabin will be filled with freight so there is no room for Hodgdon's friend. Still there should be room for him in other vessels bound for...
May 12, 1796 Discussion of Financial Disputes Samuel Shore Josiah Fox Letter, discusses receipt for articles; discusses Pennock refusal to issue receipt; asks for forward of pay.
April 18, 1794 Continuance of embargo upon vessels bound to foreign ports or places Henry Knox Arnoldus Vanderhorst Policy of exchange on vessels bound for foreign nations still in effect. Requests Vanderhorst will comply with the president's wishes as stated in previous letter regarding the use of the militia.
December 8, 1797 CITATION ONLY Samuel Hodgdon John Wilkins, Jr. Letter, Citation only. FULL GIST OF FULL TEXT DOCUMENT AS FOLLOWS: [Information regarding an incorrect receipt statement]
July 10, 1799 Describes Quarto Books for Army Samuel Hodgdon Jeremiah Wadsworth The Secretary of War requests information about the army's orderly books, made out of quarto foolscap paper, bound with leather on the corners and marble paper on the boards.
April 18, 1794 Embargo upon vessels bound to foreign ports Henry Knox Samuel Huntington President Washington has directed Secretary Knox to inform Governor Samuel Huntington of Connecticut of the continuance of an embargo upon vessels bound for any foreign port. Requests cooperation of militia.
May 1, 1795 Articles Bound for Charleston Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Pickering directs Hodgdon to to pack up and transport to Charleston, South Carolina the listed articles. They should be addressed to Governor Arnoldus Vanderhorst and shipped on the first vessel bound for that place.
July 14, 1798 Bond of John Patterson, James Seagrove and William Hunter. [not available] [not available] Copy of bond for holding galley at St. Marys Georgia. States that John Patterson, shipwright, James Seagrove merchant, both of St. Marys, and William Hunter, merchant, Savannah, are bound to United States for $3000.
March 26, 1794 Letter from the Secretary at War to the Governor of Rhode Island Henry Knox Arthur Fenner Letter, directs embargo on outbound vessels; mentions militia.
April 18, 1794 Letter from the Secretary at War to the Governor of Rhode Island regarding embargo Henry Knox Arthur Fenner Letter, discusses continuance of embargo on outbound vessels; mentions militia.
June 23, 1798 Receipt of Christopher Miller Christopher Miller [not available] Payment in full received as interpreter for Indians.
August 22, 1797 Unable at Present to Make a Full Settlement James Mentges Samuel Hodgdon Mentges is unable at the present time to make a full settlement but should be able to do so soon. In the meantime, he makes a partial payment of fifty dollars for which a receipt should be given to the bearer.
March 26, 1794 Knox transmits orders for embargo to Governor of North Carolina Henry Knox Richard Dobbs Spaight Letter, directs embargo on outbound vessels; mentions militia.
June 26, 1798 Send Guns from Providence to Portland Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Elliot Hodgdon asks Elliot to send four 24 pound guns to Lemuel Weeks in Portland. Mr. Weeks has a brig currently at Providence bound for Portland which can carry the guns, so Elliot only needs to move the guns from their present location to the ship. If Week's ship has already sailed, Elliot should find another vessel bound for Portland to convey the guns.
March 13, 1795 John Fleming's Claim that He Has Not Been Paid in Full, Etc. Joseph Howell Daniel Britt John Fleming says he has received his full pay for 1794 and Howell finds that Britt has not forwarded the list of balances for companies that have arrears remaining to be discharged. These lists should be sent on and, if not done immediately, Howell needs to be informed as to what Fleming is due. Howell has not been able to call up Britt's accounts for examination as they are blended with those...
December 20, 1796 The Best Way to Springfield, Etc. James Manning Samuel Hodgdon Even though Captains Jackson and Osborne have arrived with the iron and steel, there is no passing up the Connecticut River to Hartford. The best way to get it to Springfield is by way of New Haven and there are vessels bound for that place. Captain Osborne reports that he has not received his freight and asks that it be paid to him while in New York.
April 11, 1794 Joseph Howell's Certification on the account of Patrick Fitzpatrick. Joseph Howell Richard Harrison P. Fitzpatrick to receive full pay for five years in lieu of half pay for life. Authorized by Congress.
January 29, 1796 Query on Payment of Deserter Captured by Enlisted Men David Hale William Simmons Hale sends his recruiting account, and hopes to pay the men their full bounties once mustered. He asks whether he should pay the full bounty on a deserter apprehended by men of the corps.
June 2, 1798 Receipt of William Knaggs Whitmore Knaggs [not available] Payment in full for services as interpreter to Indians. Includes certification from J. Schieffelin, agent, that Knaggs is an interpreter.
June 15, 1793 Living in Gores of Blood Double-head Secretary Smith Double-head demands an explanation for the recent attack on the Cherokees that resulted in nine deaths.
June 8, 1799 Effort to Supply Requested Certificates and Vouchers to Make Full Account Samuel Hodgdon Henry Glen Hodgdon's accounts will supply requested information, and he will try to get a copy for Glen's perusal. Refers to activity of Quartermaster's Department and the requisite vouchers and bills to make a full account.
March 25, 1799 [Voucher No. 39 George Drewer Indian Interpreter and Express]. George Drewer [not available] Payment in full received at Fort Massac from John Wilkins.
January 17, 1799 Receipt for Mary Murphy Mary Murphy Isaac Craig Payment in full for room and board of Whitner Knaggs and five Indian Chiefs.