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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 11, 1798 Receipt for Secret Service William Chribbs [not available] Receipt for pay for secret service.
November 24, 1794 Military Service Henry Knox George Washington Offers personal view on the regulations governing military service.
November 21, 1800 Delivery of Stands of Arms for Recruiting Service Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of stands of arms for recruiting service.
November 6, 1792 Statement of the Troops in the Service of the United States. Henry Knox [not available] This is an accounting of the sundry troops in the service of the United States including the number of troops recruited from each state, those dead, deserted, and discharged, those in service, et al.
April 12, 1788 Regarding Warrants for Recruiting Service & Political Conventions in Virginia Henry Knox Col. Wadsworth Apologizes for lateness of warrants; mentions that an officer lately returned from the western recruiting service will take charge of them. Apparently the amount will exceed $29,000 -- seemingly to fund the whole recruiting service. Discusses the recruiting service and Virginia politics. Informs Wadsworth about his own family, and inquires after that of Wadsworth.
June 17, 1786 Regarding Account of Deceased John Pierce Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Discusses account with a deceased person which needs to be settled.
1800 Supplies for the Recruiting Service in Connecticut Samuel Hodgdon John Harris A list of supplies needed for the recruitng service in Connecticut;
February 18, 1799 Recruiting Service in the State of Virginia Alexander Hamilton Henry Lee A letter is enclosed to Colonel Parker which explains the recruiting service within the State of Virginia. If Lee himself can digest the information it need not be sent to Parker since the recruiting service will not soon begin.
August 8, 1797 Delivery of Artillerists Suits James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver artillerists uniforms for recruiting service.
December 20, 1789 Letter of Attorney Adam Shuman Robert Prise Document certifying the service of Adam Shuman, late soldier during the Revolutionary War.
March 16, 1786 Certificates Due for Army Service William Feltman Joseph Howell The author feels confident that he is still due payment for his service as an Officer in the service of his country. He asks that the bearer of this letter be given any Certificates that the recipient feels are due him. The Auditors sent him the amount he deserved but the Certificates were kept from him.
June 12, 1799 Recruiting Service will be Obstructed William Willcocks Alexander Hamilton "...I take the report to is probable that in a few days the recruiting service will be obstructed for the want of bounty money, independent of all other occasions..."
February 11, 1790 Knox certifies the military service of Richard Frothingham. Henry Knox Richard Frothingham Certificate of Service from Knox to Frothingham.
February 24, 1794 Account of Elias Dayton Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Elias Dayton, late Colonel in the 3rd Virginia Line. Dayton was in recruiting service.
February 13, 1794 Amount Charged for the Use of the Recruiting Service Joseph Howell John Crawford Captain Crawford is currently charged with the sum of $1200 for the use of the recruiting service and must submit his recruiting account with enlistments and receipts for bounty paid to settle his levy account.
January 25, 1797 Certificate of service for Joseph Martin James Williams Joseph Martin Certificate of Capt. James Williams regarding the service of Joseph Martin during the Revolutionary War. Williams is unable to determine how long Martin's service was.
October 26, 1799 Voucher for Isadore Peltier Henry Burbeck William Simmons This is a voucher that is an enclosure to a letter regarding the time of service of a mason named Isadore Peltier in which it is stated that his time of service cannot be precisely determined because it is not known whether he worked on sundays.
July 30, 1798 Duties of the Inspector General, Etc. Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton discusses the functions of the Inspector General, the contributions of General Knox, and his disgust with the policy of withholding emoluments from officers until they are on active service.
September 7, 1799 I protest against the arms... William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Smith feels obligated to warn that many of the arms and horseman's tents supplied to his regiment are not fit for service.
May 6, 1799 Discussion of Terms of Service, Pay for Volunteers James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Writes of recruits and terms of service and pay.
January 5, 1799 Preparatory Steps for Commencing the Recruiting Service, Etc. James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Among other matters McHenry discusses the steps needed to begin the recruiting service. He notes Mr. Francis will report on the exact periods at which calculations can be made regarding certain quantities of clothing.
August 6, 1798 Request to pay Lt Jonathan Taylor for the recruiting service David Henley James McHenry David Henley makes payment of $400 to Lt Jonathan Taylor for money for the recruiting service.
1791 Discussion of Debts and Imprisonment of Recruits Bezaleel Howe Henry Knox Questions the practicality of the law regarding small debts of men recruited for military service.
March 27, 1784 Case of a foreign army officer Hugh Williamson John Pierce Discusses the case of a foreign army officer in the Corps of Engineers who died in the service
June 30, 1799 Many of whom are almost naked... Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton Parker complains that he has not received nearly the amount of clothing needed to clothe his recruits. He worries that this neglect will have a damaging effect on the men already recruited and that it may bring the recruiting service to a complete halt.