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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 6, 1792 Contingent appointment to Colonel Hull Henry Knox William Hull Secretary Knox makes a contingent offer to appoint Colonel Hull, a Brigadier. The decision of General Brooks to accept appointment will impact the offer made to Hull.
May 20, 1792 Knox informs Hull of promotion to Brigadier General Henry Knox William Hull Knox informs Hull of his promotion to Brigadier General. Has not received word of acceptance. Has ventured to assure President Washington that Hull would certainly accept.
July 21, 1796 Samuel Hull's pension claim Peter Hagner Jonathan Dayton Discusses the service record of Revolutionary War soldier Samuel Hull in regards to the rejection of Hull's pension claim and his claim for pay.
July 1796 Claim of Samuel Hull Peter Hagner Jonathan Dayton Letter from Peter Hagner to Jonathan Dayton regarding the claim of former soldier Samuel Hull. Insufficient number of witnesses to confirm that Hull's wound was sustained while in service.
May 20, 1792 Relinquishes Appointment William Hull Henry Knox Colonel Hull writes to Knox that he will be unable to accept the appointment Knox has offered, as his father in law, Judge Fuller, is ill, and is solely dependent on Hull to take care of his business.
[not available] Claim of Corporal Samuel Hull [not available] [not available] Regarding claim of wounded Corporal Samuel Hull.
[not available] Claim of Samuel Hull Unknown Author Unknown Recipient Samuel Hull's claims he was in service during the war at a time when his name does not appear on the muster rolls. He only appears as part of Captain Rosekraw's company up to December 1778. If he is telling the truth, he is entitled to further pay, pay gratuity and lands per the Act of Congress 27 March 1792.
March 9, 1793 Account of Joseph Hull Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Joseph Hull, late corporal in the 4th Regt. South Carolina.
May 6, 1792 Letter Citation Henry Knox William Hull Cited in Hull to Knox, 05/17/1792.
May 20, 1792 Letter Citation Henry Knox William Hull Cited in Hull to Knox, 05/27/1792.
July 19, 1796 Regarding Claim of Samuel Hull for Pension Jonathan Dayton William Simmons Forwards a letter regarding the claim of Samuel Hull, former soldier, whose application for a pension has apparently been suspended. Dayton asks to be informed what is needed to complete the application to make it valid.
November 5, 1788 Pay Mr. Hull for Transporting Guns William Price William Knox Mr Hull transported two three-pound guns in July and has not yet been paid. Price instructs William Knox to pay Hull, per the Secretary at War's orders.
June 19, 1791 Letter from the Secretary at War Henry Knox William Hull Henry Knox congratulates William Hull on the triumph of reason over passion. Also consoles Hull by stating the following: "no person acquainted with you could harbor for a moment an opinion that you were the author."
May 6, 1792 Knox Informs Hull of Potential Candidacy for Promotion Henry Knox William Hull Letter, discusses Brigadier General commission; advises offer of commission to Hull should Brooks decline.
February 24, 1793 The President Requests a Meeting George Washington Alexander Hamilton The President requests a meeting with the cabinet heads and the Attorney General to discuss the contents of an unidentified note and to lay before them communications received from General Hull respecting relations with the northwestern Indians.
September 29, 1785 Response to inquiry on Putnam John Pierce Colonel Hull Pierce responds to Colonel Hull's inquiry into the business of Mr. Putnam.
February 8, 1796 Documents Stolen N. Rochester Samuel Hodgdon Saddle bags of courier were broken into, and bills stolen. Advises suspending payment of bills in order to foil "villains" who stole bills during transport.
June 3, 1794 Hull recommends Patten to Knox William Hull Henry Knox Letter, recommends Patten for military commission.
March 9, 1793 Account of William Bell and Benjamin Swancoat Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and pay for William Bell and Benjamin Swancoat, late Corporals in the 4th South Carolina Regiment
February 5, 1784 Letter Citation John Pierce Henry Jackson CITATION Only. Cited in Jackson to Pierce 02/19/1784 which discusses a meeting of the Society of Cincinnati with ninety members present. Delegates were appointed to a meeting in Philadelphia in May 1784, including General Pitman, Col. Cobb, and Col. Hull. Jackson says that sixty of us dined together at Marstons Tavern and were all in "high spirits."
May 18, 1797 Request for progress report on frigate construction in anticipation of request from Congress [not available] Captain Samuel Nicholson Request for progress report on frigate construction in anticipation of request from Congress. Include information on state of hull, equipment, and expected date of launching.
November 12, 1799 Duties of the Marine Corps James Wilkinson Alexander Hamilton General Wilkinson affirms to Hamilton his belief that the Marine Corps should perform all duties relative to the Navy and four sentinals should be sufficient to protect the unlaunched hull of a vessel at a place of peace and safety.
May 20, 1797 Progress report on construction of frigate Constellation in anticipation of request from Congress [not available] Captain Thomas Truxtun Congress will likely request a report on the progress of construction of frigate Constellation at Baltimore. Therefore request report on state of hull, materials, and projected date of launching.
May 17, 1796 Request to complete rigging of the frigate [not available] Captain Samuel Nicholson Request that Captain Nicholson get the rigging of the ship completed. Therefore, Nicholson is charged to find a suitable person for the task of preparing the rigging. Ensure there is no waste. Additionally, cargo of live oak has arrived Portsmouth New Hampshire. Hopes it is at Boston at this time. This live oak should be useful in completing the hull of the frigate.
June 7, 1793 British Assistance to American Commissioners during Sandusky Treaty Talks with Western Indians Lieutenant General John Graves Simcoe General Clarke Assistance offered by British for peace negotiations with Western Indians.