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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
1792 Extra clothing allowance for 1790-1792 John Stagg Unknown Recipient Extra allowances for the years 1790 and 1791 are permitted for: sergeant's suit, corporal's suit, senior musician's suit, and musician's suit.
August 23, 1799 Request for Issue of Musician's Clothing to Downing Town James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of musician's clothing to Downing Town.
July 8, 1793 Account of Thomas Steptoe, Musician Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Steptoe, late musician in the North Carolina Line
April 7, 1798 Request for Issue of Musician's Clothing James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of musicians' clothing for transportation to Frederick Town, or Frederick, Maryland for Lieutenant Peter Shoemaker.
August 4, 1796 Pay of Francis Clarke, musician Peter Hagner James McHenry Hagner certifies that five dollars is due Francis Clarke, Musician in Captain James Bruff's Company in the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers, being his pay for July 1796.
December 5, 1798 Certification of payments; Mathias Whiteline Catera, musician at Mud Island Fort William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $10 pay to Mathias Whiteline Catera, musician at Mud Island Fort, whose pay commenced on board frigate United States.
July 21, 1795 Amount Due the Estate of Edward Hajion, musician William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $32.00 is due the estate of the late Edward Hajion, being the balance of his pay as a musician in the troops under the command of Major Thomas Butler at Carlisle, payable to Robert Hajion, administrator of estate.
April 2, 1798 Invoice of a small bale Samuel Hodgdon William R. Boote Encloses the invoice of a small bale to Ensign Boote, including 2 infantry musician's coats and 128 pairs of socks.
January 16, 1794 Return of uniforms wanted by Captain Kersey [not available] [not available] Receipt for the return of a sergeant's and musicians' clothing from Capt Kersey's Company of the US Legion at Spring Garden.
May 19, 1794 Enclosed Act Regarding Militia Henry Knox Henry Lee Form letter authorizing the arming and calling up of militia. Pay and ration information included.
July 23, 1797 Request for Rank and Command of Officers Listed Nehemiah Freeman William Simmons Freeman and Ingersoll want to know if any of the officers or men they have listed as being attached to West Point are now attached to other companies.
January 9, 1799 Uniform Regulations for the Army of the United States. James McHenry [not available] Gives regulations for uniforms of different ranks and branches, etc. Describes the uniform of the commander in chief, of other general officers, of major generals, aides to the commander in chief, inspector general, of the infantry, artillery and cavalry. Describes rank insignia of Colonel, Major, field officers, regimental staff, officers of companies, Captains, Lieutenants, Cadets, Serjeant...
January 6, 1798 Return of Clothing and Military Stores Lewis Tousard [not available] Return of clothing and military stores wanted for a Detachment under the Command of Major Lewis Tousard of the Artillerists & Engineers
June 13, 1799 Discussion of Clothing, Comfort, and Cost for Soldiers Samuel Hodgdon James Bruff Refers to responsibility as Intendent of Stores and desire to be more useful to the army and the U.S. Mentions deficiency of supplies, some of which were sent but were lost by the boatmen and for which they will be accountable. Refers to contract with Mr. Billington for coats for privates and sergeants and the trimmings and cloth for a musician's coat; if one has already arrived, please advise....
October 13, 1797 Pay of Artificer at Fort Norfolk and other discrepancies William Simmons John Saunders Simmons received muster and pay rolls for detachments at Fort Norfolk, September 1797. In rolls, John Saunders indicates pay of Sergent Michael Shannon as artificer. Simmons advised that none are entitled to receive pay, it is their duty. Simmons requests Saunders transmit a certificate specifying the trade of Shannon which will enable Simmons to judge the propriety of admitting the charge. ...
February 8, 1798 Single Musician's Coat the Only Delivery Samuel Hodgdon Stephen Rochefontaine Letter, encloses return.
April 17, 1792 Account of Jonathan White Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Account of Jonathan White of the late 3rd Regiment of Dragoons.
January 24, 1795 Allowances of Quarter Masters Stores. Timothy Pickering [not available] Allowances of Quarter Masters Stores to be furnished at the inspection rendezvous and at the garrisons established on the seacoast of United States.
[not available] Estimate of Clothing for 1797 [not available] [not available] Estimate of clothing for 1797
January 8, 1798 Delivery of Supplies and Musical Instruments James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver drum, musician's uniform, and arms.
March 27, 1798 Request for Issue of Clothing for Various Garrisons James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of clothing for use by garrisons at Norfolk, Virginia and New Brunswick, New Jersey.
September 29, 1800 Stille's Complaint About the Coats, Etc. Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon The letter to Governor Sargent will be forwarded by the "Indiana." Despite the complaint by Captain Stille respecting the coats, they were of the parcel made by Watsons and Stevens maintains that they are equal in quality to any others that have been issued from that parcel.
October 5, 1798 Great Want of Clothing at Governors Island Frederick Frye Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War had informed Frye that a quantity of clothing and some sergeant's and musician's swords would be forwarded to him at Governors Island. He has yet to receive them and emphasizes that his garrison is still in great want of clothing.
April 30, 1799 Return of clothing John Harris [not available] Return of clothing received since 19 April 1799 by John Harris
June 17, 1796 Reports order for clothing cannot be fully complied with John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Harris notes that the order for clothing cannot be fully complied with because of shortages.