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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 18, 1794 Acknowledged Receipt of Letter Ordering Payment by Secretary of War John Vermonnet Joseph Howell Received payment directed by the Sec. of War from Mr. Gale. Notification he signed the duplicate receipts.
March 24, 1800 Ordering the Officers of the Regiments Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Alexander Hamilton Enclosed is an extract of a letter relating to the ordering of the officers of the First, Second, and Third Regiments in Georgia to join Brig. Gen. Wilkinson and the ordering of officers of the Fourth Regiment on that frontier. Details on routes several officers will take to reach the frontier.
July 1, 1799 Suggests Ordering Supplies from Quartermaster Stores Near Posts Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Requisition for supplies from Col. Stevens. Suggests ordering supplies from quartermasters' stores near the posts.
November 16, 1792 Reason Given for Ordering Inordinate Amounts of Supplies Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Wayne explains in detail his reasons for ordering large quantities of supplies well in advance of his needs. Despite misgivings, he will countermand his orders in deference to the wishes of the Secretaries of War and Treasury.
September 3, 1790 Ordering out of scouts John Logan [not available] Logan orders out scouts for the Lincoln County Kentucky. Outlines their pay and method of payment.
June 8, 1785 Discussion of Finances, Services, Powder Casks & Arms at West Point William Price Samuel Hodgdon Discusses payment of some workmen for services at West Point, and requests advice on contracting for powder casks [whether repairing them or ordering new ones is unclear]. Requests that further money be sent; mentions that there is no current plan "for the Arms," but that General Knox will address this point on his upcoming visit to the post.
November 12, 1796 Necessity for Ordering Infantry Privates' Vests John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Having only six infantry private's vests in the store, Harris is not able to comply with Major Craig requisition for fifty complete vests. An order for vests of this description is required.
May 19, 1794 Enclosed Act for Mustering Soldiers Henry Knox Richard Howell Official letter ordering the muster and readiness of soldiers of New Jersey by order of President. Pay and rations for each rank listed in letter.
August 4, 1800 Letter Signed, Samuel Dexter to James Wilkinson Samuel Dexter James Wilkinson Letter, mentions Army organization; discusses advertisement to military officers.
August 8, 1794 Ordering Talbot to depart for new York Henry Knox Captain Silas Talbot Knox tells Talbot to depart for New York to oversee the construction of the frigate there. He should work with John Blagge, the naval agent in New York. Talbot's instructions have been forwarded to Blagge so they may be given to Talbot on his arrival.
September 7, 1799 Methods of Payment John Steele Caleb Swan Discussed methods of payment made to troops, reaffirms current orders.
December 9, 1799 Compensation of Doctor Brown Doctor Charles Brown James McHenry Dr. Charles Brown complains to Secretary McHenry that he was promised compensation for his many services providing medical care for the Indian prisoners, including renting a house for their care, and has yet to be paid.
[not available] Account of Captain James Bruff, Artillerists and Engineers James Bruff Caleb Swan Bruff produces abstract of letter from Major General Hamilton ordering him to repair to Niagara on the affair of charges against Major Rivardi.
February 2, 1796 Circular Letter from the War Office to Naval Agents Ordering a Stop to the Reduction of Copper Bolts War Department Naval Agents for frigate construction Pickering orders that the reducing of copper bolts be stopped. He asks for an accounting of copper bolt reduction in the past from the respective naval agents.
September 30, 1795 Request for Orders of Payment Caleb Gibbs William Simmons Encloses accounts of pay due September 30 and asks that orders for payment be forwarded.
March 2, 1796 Promises Payment from Hodgdon; Explains Late Payment from Army Isaac Gregg [not available] Hodgdon will pay $150 of the amount due; Gregg apologizes for the delay in payment.
October 19, 1798 Putting the Algerian Fleet to Sea Samuel Hodgdon Timothy Pickering Hodgdon asks Secretary of State Pickering about the state of readiness of the Algerian Fleet. He knows of one ship that is ready to sail but others are not. He is unsure as to who actually bears the responsibility for ordering the fleet into service.
June 27, 1788 Contracts and Payment Brigadier General Otho H. Williams Henry Knox Enclosed contract between U.S. government and Elliot and Williams. Noted contract did not specify method of payment.
May 27, 1793 Payment to Meredith for Captain Greaton Henry Knox Richard H. Greaton Payment warrant, directs payment of remaining balance for recruiting services.
January 6, 1797 Processing Bills for Payment Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Bill for transportation accepted, will inquire about fast payment. Noted Craig's receipt of blankets and shoes.
November 25, 1792 "Ordering the Original Survey of Lands in the Ohio" Alexander Hamilton Israel Ludlow "The said tract shall extend from the mouth of the Miami to the mouth of the Little Miami and be founded by the river Ohio on the South...that the President reserves to the U.S. sucn lands at or near Fort Washington."
May 31, 1791 Arms & Ammunition to Ohio County Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Due to the deplorable situation of the citizens of Ohio County, Knox is ordering arms, ammunition, and powder to be sent to them from the magazine at Fort Pitt the cost of which is to be born by the State of Virginia.
June 7, 1796 Enclosed Letters Ordering Deposit of Provisions to Posts Anthony Wayne James McHenry Duplicate letters enclosed documenting Waynes orders to James O'Hara for the delivery of provisions to forts along the Ohio River. Wayne assured McHenry he would supply the recently acquired posts by United States from British.
August 16, 1796 Request for Payment Sally Greaton William Simmons Asks Simmons to facilitate another payment to her, and to clarify if she should apply to Jackson, who has succeeded Gorham as Supervisor at Boston.
July 5, 1798 Certification of payments; account of Ensign Samuel Parmele William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $13.91 is due Samuel Parmele, late Ensign of the 3rd Regiment, being for his subsistence from May 6 to June 21, 1798, the day the President approved that part of the sentence of the General Court Martial ordering said Ensign Parmele to be cashiered.