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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 30, 1800 Packages Received for Pay Master General William Simmons William R. Boote Packages marked A-O inclusively received. Packages were not accompanied by accounts current.
April 20, 1798 Packages Shipped On Board the Schooner "John" Samuel Hodgdon Henry Jackson Hodgdon notifies Jackson that he has forwarded packages to him on board the Schooner "John".
December 19, 1798 Packages Intended for Captain Littlefield & His Men Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Hodgdon informs Smith of his responsibility for ensuring that the packages intended for Capt. Littlefield and his men are transported as quickly as possible.
August 18, 1798 Transporting the Packages Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Hunt is asked to transport the packages by water if possible and by horse wagons if necessary.
October 13, 1790 On the whereabouts of Secretary of War; tranmittal of packages and newspapers John Stagg Josiah Harmar Acknowledges receipt of letters and monthly return for 1 September. Secretary of War has not yet returned from Boston. Expected on 20 September. Transmits packages and newspapers.
August 4, 1798 Clothing & Muskets Inserted in the Enclosed Invoice Samuel Hodgdon John Bishop Clothing and muskets have been sent to Capt. Bishop's address and a receipt should be given to the bearer confirming that the packages were delivered entire and agreed with the invoice.
July 20, 1798 Condition of Clothing George Ingersoll Samuel Hodgdon Encloses report of the Quartermaster of the garrison at West Point regarding the condition of packages of clothing forwarded by Melancton Smith from New York. Also addressed a deficiency of clothing.
December 30, 1799 Stores and Contracts John Swan Samuel Hodgdon Discusses business with the Superintendent of Military Stores; packages at Mr. McDaniel's store.
August 14, 1798 Packages Sent by the Schooner "John" Lemuel Gates Samuel Hodgdon Gates affirms receipt of the packages sent by the schooner "John." He finds them in good order and agreeable to the invoice but was disapponted not to find clothing for the drummer and fifer who have enlisted.
October 10, 1798 Confirmation of John Ellison delivery of hogshead and packages Alexander Gibson Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon informed that John Ellison delivered hogshead and packages in good order to Captain Alexander Gibson, 4th Regiment.
September 18, 1799 Forwards Packages from Natchez David Henley James McHenry Forwards two packages from the Natchez territory.
July 30, 1800 Notification of Packages Received and Forwarded William Simmons Caleb Swan Packages from William Boote forwarded by Simmons to Swan. Packages contain accounts and vouchers for payments made by Boote to troops on Mississippi. Accounts to be examined by Swan.
May 17, 1793 Indian Interpreter Mr. Wilson; Packages; Recruits on the March to Pittsburgh Henry Knox Isaac Craig Mr Wilson, interpreter, has set out for Niagara to attend the commissioners at proposed Indian Treaty. Asks that Craig forward packages containing Indian goods to Fort Washington, addressed to General St. Clair. Expects five hundred recruits to be on march to Pittsburg, where they will descend the Ohio River to Fort Washington. Hopes boats will be ready to receive them.
July 12, 1796 Packages Shipped by the Brig "Welcome Return" John Habersham Samuel Hodgdon The packages shipped by the brig "Welcome Return" for the troops at Colerain and the box for Mr. Seagrove were received in good order and shipped in a schooner bound for that post.
September 23, 1796 Muster and pay rolls William Simmons Henry Gaither Cover letter for two packages of blank muster and pay rolls.
March 15, 1799 Paying an annuity to the Indian tribes James McHenry John Harris McHenry directs Harris to write up a statement of what is to be paid—in goods form—to the various Indian tribes as part of their annuity. McHenry also informs Harris to clearly separate the packages of each individual tribe and draw up invoices to be sent both to the Secretary of War as well as to the Indian tribes.
November 25, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with George Gale William Simmons George Gale William Simmons confirms receipt of packages and enclosures from George Gale.
June 17, 1796 Documentation of Supplies Received Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Post notes received, more details on packages and supplies not contained on return noted. Craig asks several questions regarding submission of proper return.
November 18, 1792 [Extract of a Letter] Inaccurate Vouchers James Wilkinson Henry Knox Clothing received but vouchers are inaccurate and therefore all packages must be inventoried before Wilkinson knows if they received the proper number.
September 8, 1794 Indian Goods Nicholson & Taylor Samuel Hodgdon There remain fourteen packages of Indians goods which will be delivered to Capt. John Chisholm to be sent on to Knoxville by Governor Blount.
December 3, 1798 Packages of Clothing for the Troops at Oswego Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin Hodgdon informs Captain Houdin of Houdin's responsibility for seeing that the clothing for the troops at Oswego reach their final destination.
March 1, 1793 Dr. Carmichael With the Cash Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Dr. Carmichael has arrived at Legionville with the cash. The packages of silver have been packed and repacked and some of them were mixed before Dr. Carmichael took charge of them in Philadelphia (as the doctor says). The saddlebags with the bank notes have also been delivered.
November 5, 1797 Regarding Shipments of Soldiers' Clothing, Supplies for Detroit & Masac, & Doctor's Stores at Pittsburgh John Wilkins, Jr. James Wilkinson Notifies Wilkinson that the soldiers' clothing has been divided at Philadelphia into packages for each post, and informs him of the route each package will travel. Mentions stoves & glass destined for Detroit; lets him know that 2 garrison flags, stationery, bar iron and nails have been sent to Masac, as requested. Encloses a return of the doctor's stores at Pittsburgh.
November 23, 1792 Reed's & Finley's Account, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig is sorry that Reed's and Finley's accounts did not reach Hodgdon but feels confident that no pains will be necessary to reach a final settlement of all the charges against the Quartermaster General's department during Hodgon's administration.
June 30, 1791 Documents and Supplies to be Forwarded Isaac Craig Henry Knox Documents and packages enclosed to be forwarded.