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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 17, 1800 General Orders pertaining to agents of Quarter Master Department William North [not available] Strictly outlines what temporary provisions and housing will be provided and how troops will conduct themselves. Discussed regulations governing building barracks and submission for reimbursement.
May 5, 1791 Housing Henry Knox Isaac Craig Housing and stores buildings to be constructed. Tents for levies.
August 29, 1794 Cost of Postage, Housing Troops Isaac Craig Henry Knox Billing of postage on Gen. Wayne's dispatches mentioned. General meeting at Redstone held, results not yet known. Garrison at Fort Fayette to received reinforcements, necessity to build additional barracks to house troops. Kentucky boat sent forward with bags of oats.
December 2, 1791 Preparations Henry Knox Isaac Craig Upon Mr. Swan's arrival, orders to prepare housing. Mentions no problems providing accommodations for troops to winter over at Fort Pitt.
March 3, 1800 Copy of Regulations for Barracks or Quarters of Officers James McHenry William Simmons List of allowances for officers for housing and fuel.
November 7, 1791 Updates on Troop Movement and Expenses Isaac Craig Henry Knox Barracks in disrepair, housing must be rented to accommodate troops. Post to be established at junction of Mad River and Miami River. Theft of horses major problem. Request for money to discharge current accounts of provisional items, money should not be in post notes. Request leave to travel to Philadelphia.
August 29, 1799 Preservation of Supplies, Board for McHarris Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon McHarris and two clerks to receive rooms for five dollars. Status of supplies recounted.
May 1, 1797 British Invasion Don Manuel Gayoso de Lemos Lieutenant Piercy Smith Pope Intelligence that British troops planned to march on Illinois, Spanish garrison must defend province and must postpone evacuation. Offered housing for U.S. troops.
September 15, 1792 Forgotten Payment Ebenezer Sproat Samuel Hodgdon Sproat forgot to pay Hodgdon for housing. Offer to pay upon application for sum.
April 17, 1797 Barracks Provided Don Manuel Gayoso de Lemos Lieutenant Piercy Smith Pope Discourse between Spain and U.S. must occur before post is evacuated, Governor Gayoso provided housing for Pope while they waited decision of government.
May 13, 1788 Estimate of Building a Ordinance shed Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate for building a shed sixty feet long and sixteen feet wide for housing ordnance.
May 30, 1800 Recruiting Artillerists Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Major Tousard has arrived for the purpose of recruiting six companies of Artillerists. A facility is requested for the accomplishment of that object.
November 17, 1791 Quarters for Recruits Henry Knox Isaac Craig Housing for recruits secured in Pittsburgh as time to travel to Ohio river would put them at their destination around Christmas. Money advanced, but Knox stated that all future dispensations would not happen without an estimate of specific expenses.
1799 List of Quarter Supplies Necessary for 1 Regiment Alexander Hamilton [not available] Hamilton lists the articles necessary for housing and providing fuel for a regiment.
May 18, 1800 Possession of My Quarters Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Hamilton informs Smith that one of his secretaries, Ethan Brown, will take possession of his quarters at camp and a Subaltern's guard should be at those quarters on Wednesday next.
October 9, 1796 Asks for Housing, General News William Vans Murray James McHenry Murray writes a friend letter to McHenry, discussing his need for a boarding house during the session, as well as political news from Baltimore, French politics, and casual greetings.
May 12, 1800 Supply of Marquieus & Tents Alexander Hamilton Samuel Hodgdon Hamilton reminds Hodgdon that he had written earlier requesting a supply of marquieus and tents for himself and the Adjutant General to be used during their imminent visit to the camp at Scotch Plains.
May 5, 1800 Administration of Individual Officers and Soldiers Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Notification of orders for Col. Smith and Rice to prepare troops for encamping. Since no sufficient fortifications exist to house and exercise the troops, Hamilton advised moving the troops to Rhode Island. Believed employing the troops to erect fortifications would be a good idea as RI is a desirable location to establish a defensible post against foreign powers.
February 22, 1799 Embracing Hamilton's Superintendance & Expressing Personal Concerns Staats Morris Alexander Hamilton Morris assures Hamilton that he welcomes his superintendance and asks only that he be given sufficient notice if he is to be transferred to another garrison so that he can make appropriate arrangements for the housing of his familty and the disposition of his effects.
February 22, 1799 Embracing Hamilton's Superintendance & Expressing Personal Concerns Staats Morris Alexander Hamilton Morris assures Hamilton that he welcomes his superintendance and asks only that he be given sufficient notice if he is to be transferred to another garrison so that he can make appropriate arrangements for the housing of his familty and the disposition of his effects.
June 4, 1800 Revolutions in the Departments of Government, Etc. Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon Freeman discusses how to handle returns involving soldiers found unfit for service and how to find suitable housing for him and his family in the new city of Washington.
April 27, 1799 Housing for the Turtle and the Toad, Etc. Alexander Hamilton John Francis Hamtramck Martial law should not currently be exercised at Detroit and, as temporary commander in General Wilkinson's absense, Colonel Hamtramck should take whatever actions are needed to guarantee the peace and welfare of the western army including, if the need arises, the building of houses for [Indian chiefs] the Turtle and the Toad.
September 17, 1790 Hodgdon discusses military stores with Knox Samuel Hodgdon Henry Knox Letter, discusses Knox's accomodations in Philadelphia; discusses housing and transportation of public stores.
August 14, 1795 Provisions and Housing for Supplies Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Disappointed with quantity of provisions delivered by Gen. Wilkins, since beef on hand was in state of putrification. Craig was forced to purchase goods from trading boat to avoid embarrassment. Craig noted the transport of supplies from Fort Franklin to Fort Le Boeuf and state of disrepair of fort. Advised building store house at mouth of French Creek.
March 4, 1801 Certification of payment; Benjamin Gale, Concord New Hampshire for quarters, stove and fuel furnished Captain Greene, Lieutenants J.W. Kelly and Moses Levett, 16th Regiment William Simmons [not available] Certification of payment; Benjamin Gale, Concord New Hampshire for quarters, stove and fuel furnished Captain Greene, Lieutenant J.W. Kelly [Nelley], and Lieutenant Moses Levett, and recruits of 16th Regiment, for carriage of clothing to Concord New Hampshire, and recruits to Oxford, and medical aid furnished Captain Greene.