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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 22, 1793 Restoration of the Ship "Ann and Susan" to Its Owners Henry Knox Joshua Clayton Knox orders that the passengers be liberated and the property on board the illegally captured ship "Ann and Susan" be restored to its owners. The ship was captured contrary to the provisions of the treaty with France and the privateers involved should be denied asylum in U. S. ports.
July 24, 1793 Letter from Georgia Governor Telfair to Secretary of War Henry Knox on General Twiggs' assessment of Creek dispositions, and death of half breed Cornell Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox From the State House Augusta Georgia Telfair informs Knox that Twiggs assesses that Creeks are not confident of their strength, that those who have been friendly remain so, and that those inimical towns should be punished, captives liberated, property restored. David Cornell was killed by a detachment of Georgia militia horse while carrying dispatches for James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent...
December 9, 1799 Compensation for Doctor Brown Doctor Charles Brown James McHenry Dr. Brown complains to McHenry that he was promised compensation for his many services providing medical care for the Indian prisoners and other Indians, including renting a house for their care, and has yet to be paid.
May 5, 1790 Williams writes Knox from London regarding international affairs Jonathan Williams Henry Knox Letter, describes Spanish aggression towards England on American coast; mentions neutral state; discusses trade competition.
August 21, 1796 Illegible text William Vans Murray James McHenry Letter, illegible text.
June 5, 1794 [PRIVATE] Request for Instructions William Rickard David Henley Need guidance on how to file muster rolls. Additionally, mutineers now detained in irons, threatened the life of two men and gave goods to Indians.
August 3, 1792 Disease, Indian Raids, and Lack of Supplies Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Wayne reports a number of unfortunate occurances including many deaths at the hands of marauding well-supplied Indians, illness in a number of soldiers and a lack of medical personnel, and a lack of supplies and clothing. He vows that the Indians will pay for their misdeeds.
January 14, 1794 Release of Prisoners Anthony Wayne Indians Northwest of Ohio River Speech of Captain Big Tree: His Nephews were too proud last summer but came to their senses and lowered the asking price regarding the release of prisoners.