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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 16, 1789 Knox discusses federal appointments with Carrington Henry Knox Edward Carrington Letter, alludes to Constitution; discusses federal appointments.
July 18, 1799 I am in readiness and await your orders. Thomas Y. Howe Alexander Hamilton "Since the receipt of your letter of the 3rd instant, which did not come into my hands until the 11th, I have been making the necessary preparations. I have now the honor to inform you that I am in readiness and wait your orders."
December 1, 1796 Keep the Indians' Wagon in Readiness John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War requests that the wagon for the Indians' baggage should be kept in readiness since it cannot start until their clothing is finished.
January 28, 1794 Dispatches of Gouverneur Morris Alexander Hamilton Unknown Recipient Cabinet meeting concerning the resolution of the Senate calling for the correspondences between Gouveneur Morris and Edmund Randolph. Morris was U.S. ambassador to France and Randolph was Secretary of State. Knox intimated that no part of the correspondence should be sent to the Senate; Randolph intimated that parts of the correspondence which President Washington thinks "improper" should not be...
April 1, 1799 Order: Hold Yourself in Readiness James McHenry Philip Lightfoot This a circular letter to officers to hold themselves in readiness until specific orders are issued and, since the appointment of officers in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia is incomplete, no final arrangements have been made regarding relative rank.
May 23, 1798 Have the boats and crew in readiness War Department Captain John Barry Request that Captain John Barry have the boats and crew in readiness on the next day in order to go on board the Ganges.
June 17, 1798 Readiness for Sea Captain Thomas Truxtun James McHenry Captain Truxton discusses his readiness for sea as he awaits the arrival of the "Mayflower" from Philadelphia with the shot.
June 22, 1791 Report on State of Readiness Major General Richard Butler Arthur St. Clair General Butler reports on the state of readiness of his men, horses, and supplies.
November 22, 1793 Boat in Readiness; Dispatches to Major General Wayne; Pay Matters War Department Isaac Craig Have boat in constant readiness to receive dispatches for Major General Wayne. Captain Crawford to provide guard for boat. Discusses Joseph Howell and pay of troops.
August 1, 1797 Secretary at War writes to the Governor of Tennesee regarding militia James McHenry James Wood Secretary McHenry informs Governor Wood of the federal mandate to raise, equip, organize, and keep in readiness a body of militia fit for action.
December 2, 1794 Boats for Transport Henry Knox Isaac Craig Directs readiness of boats for detachment going down Ohio. Mentioned Commissary's post.
March 22, 1799 Quelling the Insurrection in Pennsylvania James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry discusses possible military responses to the apparent insurrection in Pennsylvania.
May 4, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Return of the men employed at the naval yard over the past week and the wages paid to them over that period.
May 26, 1798 Order to Proceed to New Castle to Await Further Orders James McHenry Garrett Holsteincamp Holsteincamp is to take his pilot boat to New Castle and wait in readiness for further orders from the Secretary of War.
April 20, 1799 Request to meet with General Macpherson James McHenry John Wilkins, Jr. Request to have an express in readiness to proceed from War Office to Headquarters of General McPherson Monday morning 10 o'clock.
January 18, 1795 Weekly return of men working in the New York Navy Yard; men have been employed in other jobs Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Return of men employed the past week at the New York naval yard and materials received since the last letter; for want of proper bolts the keel is unfinished and some men have been employed at other duties.
July 6, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Return of the men employed at the naval yard over the past week and the wages paid to them.
February 8, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Return of men employed at the New York yard; no new materials for the ship have arrived.
July 13, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Weekly return for the men employed at the naval yard and the wages paid to them.
November 17, 1800 Pay of workmen employed at the laboratory Samuel Dexter Lewis Tousard The Secretary at War issues Major Tousard a certificate to pay the workmen employed at the laboratory.
May 12, 1784 Payment of men employed repairing damaged arms Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Samuel Hodgdon sends to the Superintendant of Finance a cover letter explaining estimates for final payment of men employed repairing damaged arms.
February 22, 1795 Weekly return of the men employed in the New York naval yard; arrival of some copper Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Weekly return of the men employed in the New York naval yard; a certain amount of copper has arrived at the yard.
November 29, 1794 [No. 47] Dispatches for General Wayne Henry Knox Isaac Craig Directs boat in readiness to carry dispatches to General Wayne; asks for decision on offer of the position of Commissary General.
March 10, 1799 Recommendation of William Adams Jonathan Williams Samuel Hodgdon William Adams is a gun stock maker who has arrived from Ireland and has been employed for six months as a carpenter. Since he appears to be a very industrious and deserving young man. Williams recommends that he be employed by the public in his normal line of work.
December 10, 1794 Pay of the Militia and Scouts Employed in Georgia Joseph Howell Constant Freeman Freeman's estimates of the pay of the Militia and Scouts employed in Georgia in 1793 and part of 1794 have been laid before the Secretary of War for his consideration.