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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 20, 1797 Advice Regarding Forwarded Letter Josiah Fox Forman Cheesman Letter, advises regarding forwarded letter and enclosures.
August 14, 1797 Request for Copy of Letter from Secretary McHenry Patrick Ferrall Josiah Fox Letter, asks for copy of McHenry letter.
October 13, 1791 Knox sends a sea letter to Hayes Henry Knox Moses Hays Letter, encloses sea letter for the ship Jefferson.
August 23, 1793 Autograph Letter Signed [not available] [not available] Letter, encloses letter to Knox.
January 18, 1796 Letter Regarding Pay of Mrs. Roberts Miscarried Staats Morris William Simmons Letter sent by personal hand as far as New York to be put in the Post Office. Letter miscarried, therefore Morris included a duplicate of his previous letter, enclosed.
March 17, 1792 Knox forwards letter from Pinkney to Washington Henry Knox George Washington Letter, encloses letter for General Pinckney.
October 20, 1798 Reference to Letter Only Richard Bland Lee Alexander Hamilton notation of letter in appendix only, no letter found.
August 3, 1793 Finding the Missing Letter Thomas Jefferson [not available] In this mostly illegible letter, the author promises to send the letter written by him if he can find it.
February 14, 1784 Letter from Major Sumner Major John Sumner John Pierce Partial letter only - unable to determine the gist of the letter.
January 6, 1794 Regarding Correspondence with Major Stagg Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, encloses letter to Major Stagg, believing Stagg has misplaced or forgotten about the original.
September 29, 1791 Letter Received Henry Knox Isaac Craig Notification that letter has been received.
September 22, 1791 Receipt of Your Letter Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler Knox acknowledges receipt of Butler's letter of the 5th of September.
November 14, 1794 Copy of a Letter Sent to Mr. Harrison Samuel Hodgdon William Henry Harrison No letter is shown.
December 25, 1789 Thomson forwards a letter to Knox Charles Thomson Henry Knox Letter, encloses letter; discusses Revolutionary War.
January 20, 1795 Important Letter from Gen. Robertson Forwarded William Blount Timothy Pickering Received urgent letter from Gen. Robertson, felt it contained important information that Sec. of War must read; forwarded letter express. Pickering enclosed his answers to Gen. Robertson.
August 15, 1791 Knox advises Jones to obtain a sea letter for passport Henry Knox John Coffin Jones Letter, advises re procuring sea letter.
May 21, 1790 Knox replies to George Joy's request Henry Knox George Joy Letter, discusses letter of recommendation.
March 24, 1795 Letter Submitted for Approval Timothy Pickering George Washington Enclosed draft of letter to Gov. Blount. Approval submitted by Wolcott, Bradford, and Randolph.
January 25, 1791 Duer forwards a letter to Knox William Duer Henry Knox Letter, asks for favor.
1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Nicholas Fish Letter marked as "cancelled." Letter authorizes payment to Capt. Frye.
November 4, 1795 Confirms Receipt of Letter Peter Hagner Sally Greaton Acknowledges the receipt of Mrs. Greaton's letter concerning her husband's pay.
September 7, 1799 Letter of Enclosure James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Illegible letter, possibly routine letter of enclosure.
February 9, 1793 Letter to Governor Blount Tobias Lear Henry Knox The President has inspected the letter to Governor Blount and it meets his approval but he would like to have the enclosed included in a postscript or in the main body of the letter.
May 17, 1791 Second Letter on Subject of Letter from Sec. of War to the Six Nations Thomas Procter A. Gordon Fearing letter from Secretary of War enclosed in correspondence from Proctor, Proctor sent a second copy of information.
June 4, 1799 Pay Attention to Patterson's Letter James McHenry Alexander Hamilton "I think the information contained in the enclosed letter from Mr. Patterson [is] entitled to attention. The writer stands high in the opinion of Mr. Sitgreaves and I have always heard him spoken of as a man of honor and veracity. He was a candidate for one of the regiments. Be pleased to return me the letter."