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May 7, 1788 Stores Ready to be Delivered William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that the stores which he inquired about are ready to be delivered to Captain Bradford.
June 28, 1798 Request for Issue of Replacement Canvas, Oil, Rope, Etc. for Galley John McHenry John Harris Directs issue of canvas, train oil, rope, etc. for use on a galley at Pittsburgh; these will replace articles intended for the same but sent elsewhere.
September 25, 1799 Request for Issue of 8-Inch Shells for Pittsburgh Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Directs delivery to John Connahy, twenty eight inch shells to make up his load for Pittsburgh.
July 26, 1797 Supplies for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver to Mr. Scott, Clerk of the Navy Yard, the listed articles for the use of the frigate "United States."
September 25, 1799 Letter directing delivery of eight-inch shells to Pittsburgh to make up load Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Bass Letter, directs delivery of perfect eight-inch shells to Pittsburgh to make up load.
July 26, 1797 Articles for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris Harris is directed to deliver to Mr. Scott, Clerk of the Navy Yard, the following articles intended for the frigate "United States": 9 and 18 thread ratline, 4 &1/2 inch rope, 3 yarn spun yarn, tallow, leather, red and white [bunting], canvass, twine.
July 26, 1797 Articles for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver to Mr. Scott, Clerk of the Navy Yard, the listed articles for the use of the frigate "United States."
May 16, 1798 Request to prove 8 inch howitzers from Boston [not available] Francis DaCosta Francis DaCosta requested to prove six 8 inch howitzers lately received from Boston.
June 17, 1791 White Rope, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon William Knox Hodgdon says that, if it can be had, he needs 150 weight of white rope, about half of it of a loose texture to fasten the packs, saddles, and their loads to the horses.
August 20, 1798 [Inventory of Tools wanted for the Armoury to be established at Harpers Ferry on the Potomac in Virginia] Joseph Perkin [not available] Lists items required to stock Harper's Ferry armory.
October 10, 1800 Return of US Ordnance and New York Ordnance in New York City Ebenezer Stevens [not available] A return of ordnance stores belonging to both the U.S. and the state of New York in the vicinity of New York City. Places of storage listed are Fort Jay, York Island, and "Arsenal," all belonging to the U.S., and Ellis Island, whose stores belong to New York.
September 25, 1799 Letter directing delivery of eight-inch shells to Pittsburgh to make up load Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Bass Letter, directs delivery of perfect eight-inch shells to Pittsburgh to make up load.
May 3, 1798 Ordnance to be Sent to Melancton Smith Samuel Hodgdon John Bryant Hodgdon lists the ordnance that Capt. Bryant is to send to Melancton Smith in New York.
January 16, 1795 Bryant Writing Hodgdon about Howitzers John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant encloses the return of ordnance and military stores for December. He informs Hodgdon that the carriages for the 5.5 inch howitzers are nearly finished and work has commenced on the carriages for the six pounders. A 5.5 inch mount that was returned has been proven fit for use and it will be provided along with files due to James Byers' being yet to fix his works. Bryant also mentions...
May 3, 1798 Articles Needed to Prove Eight Inch Howitzers James McHenry John Harris Harris is directed to deliver the following articles needed for proving the eight inch howitzers on the frigate "United States": shells, paper cartridges filled, a rammer and sponge, and a worm and ladle,
October 29, 1800 Request to deliver to John Wilkins Junior, sundries to be forwarded to Fort Detroit and Fort Niagara Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of military and laboratory stores for post at Detroit.
March 31, 1798 Relocating the USS United States James McHenry Captain John Barry Asks the commanding officer on board the USS United States to relocate the frigate so it will no longer block traffic of merchant vessels.
March 28, 1789 Forwarded Stores William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that he has forwarded by the bearer John Mandego various stores.
April 11, 1793 Additional supplies to be furnished at Pittsburgh Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate of additional supplies to be furnished at Pittsburg (presumably for 1793).
October 21, 1799 Pattern for an Eight Inch Howitzer Cartridge. Captain Elliot Unknown Recipient The pattern is shown for an eight-inch howitzer cartridge. The length of the cartridge should be cut the way the flannel stretches least. Elliot recommends that a paper pattern should be cut from the flannel version since repeated cuttings will result in a smaller pattern as was the case with the six-pound one given before. .
May 13, 1800 Request for John Wilkins Jr. to Deliver Mortars and Howitzers to Newport [not available] John Harris Request signed by McHenry and Hodgdon addressed to John Harris, for John Wilkins Jr. to deliver for transportation to Newport Rhode Island, three 13-inch brass mortars with the iron for the beds, four 8-inch howitzers with traveling carriages, six 5.5-inch howitzers,
June 18, 1791 Cost of sundry supplies Quartermaster General's Department [not available] Estimate of money due in the Quarter Master's Department.
November 12, 1800 Duplicate Returns Issued in the Month of October for the Quarter Masters' Stores [not available] [not available] Returns issued in month of October Department of War in Tennessee at Southwest Point post
June 27, 1798 Ordnance to Colonel Stevens in New York Samuel Hodgdon George Fleming Hodgdon orders sundry ordnance to be sent to Colonel Stevens in New York.
July 13, 1791 List of Articles to be Forwarded Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Itemized list of articles to be forwarded to the boats under Major Gaither's command. Special attention is to be paid to the horse boats.