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January 19, 1795 Bill for ship work [not available] [not available] A bill for list of supplies and services performed related to ship building or maintenance. Items and services include: carpentry, blacksmithing, rigging, joining, lumber, paint, sail making services, nails. Signed by unknown author (illegible)
August 24, 1797 Copy of Estimate for Materials Required by Colonel Strong and Mr. Ernest John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon [partial letter only] Materials purchased for the sloop Detroit will affect what is required for the new schooner. Additionally, paint requested along with turpentine and rosin. Enclosed memos containing list of articles required by Col. Strong and Mr. Ernest. Requested those articles be purchased and forwarded to Detroit.
July 26, 1791 Orders to Purchase Sundry Goods for Indians Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Lists items for Indians to be delivered to Adjutant Morgan.
March 8, 1798 [Receipt for Supplies] Isaac Craig [not available] Stores, receipt for ship supplies sent to Pittsburgh including tar, oakum, half-hour glass, and flags.
March 6, 1795 Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig sends to Samuel Hodgdon a general statement of accounts and estimates of expenditures. Craig mentions possibility of treay with hostile Indians being made at Greeneville. Craig also requests crawley steel for nails and white lead and Spanish brown for paint.
September 6, 1800 Settlement of account William Simmons Daniel Wheaton Settles account for supplies to garrison at Fort Johnson North Carolina.
July 7, 1794 Statement of Expenditures for Fortifications at New London Nathaniel Richards War Department Itemized list of expenditures for fortifications at this city, which includes payments to different artificers, materials used, and equipment bought.
March 2, 1792 Boat Construction Isaac Craig Henry Knox Boats previously purchased did not suit need to transport horses so Craig has contracted the construction of wider boats. Provisions and ammunition sent to Fort Franklin.
August 24, 1797 Recent Bills Drawn, Matthew Ernest Empowered to Draw Bills, & Purchases for Sloop Detroit John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon Submits a list of recent bills drawn, and encloses those drawn by Harragan, an agent of the Quartermaster Department. Notifies the giving of authority to Matthew Ernest to draw bills. Mentions his movements as ordered by General Wilkinson, and confirms that the supplies for the sloop Detroit have been purchased.
February 19, 1785 Return of Military Stores, Certificates, and Cash John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon John Bryant sends to Samuel Hodgdon a letter that encloses a return of military stores, certificates, and cash.
May 26, 1798 Military and Other Stores for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris John Harris has been directed to deliver items enumerated on a nine-page list from the public stores to Captain John Barry for the ship "United States." Included are articles for the ship's chandlery, paints, charts, cabin furniture, hospital stores and utensils, stationery, and provisions.
February 10, 1801 Account of Expenditures Delayed and Partial Return of Articles Samuel Annin Samuel Hodgdon Annin does not have the accounts of expenditures, because he had to return them so the many mistakes could be fixed. Once they are complete he will send them directly to Hodgdon. Encloses a partial return of articles on hand as of January 1.
December 6, 1800 Shipments and Elections John Harris Edward Wright Invoices for Georgia factories, Independent and Helen shipped by William Murdock. Emphasized need for blankets.
November 26, 1787 Money to transport clothing Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Replies to Hodgdon's request for information on how the money will be obtained to transport clothing. Because Pennsylvania is in such dire fiscal need, Knox writes, the state's Board of Treasury will be unable to furnish the money. Knox offers alternative.
June 19, 1799 List of Supplies for Lieutenant Cole Butler's Troops David Henley James McHenry Sends returns of clothing, quartermaster stores, and stationary for troops under Lieutenant Cole Butler. Includes lists of items.
April 5, 1797 Extract of Letter [not available] [not available] Extract Letter, discusses supplies needed and precautions in shipping them.
April 5, 1797 Extract of Letter [not available] [not available] Extract Letter, discusses supplies needed and precautions in shipping them.
April 5, 1797 Powder, Ball, and Lead to Meet Events, Etc. James Bruff James McHenry In order to do the repairs and alterations to the works and barracks a horse will be needed in addition to a number of building materials. Five tons of powder with ball and lead may be necessary to meet events as well as other ordnance and materials needed to work on sundry vessels.
1798 Stores Necessary for Equipping the Frigate for Algiers Unknown Author [not available] Statement of stores necessary for the equipment of the Frigate for Algiers.
May 23, 1797 Military & Quartermaster's Stores for the Post at Niagara James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon This is a list of eighteen military and quartermaster's stores, including the amounts required of each, that must be furnished to the post at Niagara.
October 7, 1800 Wilkinsí explanation regarding some objections to his accounts John Wilkins, Jr. William Simmons In responding to objections to accounts, Wilkins notes a lack of clarity regarding certain principles on scope and scale of authority of the Quarter Master General, under what conditions he may make purchases, and the nature of his military appointment which puts him under orders of the commanding general.
September 15, 1784 Financial matters Nathaniel Irish Samuel Hodgdon Nathaniel Irish, deputy commissary of military stores, explains his financial situation and sends a request for money to Samuel Hodgdon.
October 6, 1789 Account of Goods for treating with the Southern Indians. John Meals [not available] Account of goods for treating with the Indians.
June 9, 1791 Supplies and Defense of the Frontier Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler Arrival and location of materials and supplies for campaign west to establish posts. Noted status of regular troops called up to defend frontier.
December 26, 1791 An Estimate of the Expenses of an Army Organized to the Following Arrangements Henry Knox [not available] Knox's detailed accounting of the expenses required to pay the officers and men for an army of five thousand one hundred and sixty-eight. Lists number of men per rank in each division and their pay per month and per annum.