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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 22, 1796 Passage by Water for Dr. McCrea James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon "You will be pleased to furnish a passage by water to Georgia for Dr. McCrea and the usual allowance for his subsistence."
July 18, 1798 Passage Money Deducted from Their Bounty Samuel Hodgdon John Henry The mean leaving Philadelphia for New York via Amboy have agreed to have their passage money deducted from their bounty.
October 9, 1800 Receipt of Thomas Cushing Thomas H. Cushing [not available] Receipt for passage for a soldier from New Orleans to New York and thence to Fort Mifflin, per General Wilkinson's orders.
August 7, 1797 Passage on a Vessel Bound for Norfolk James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon William Barnwell has been appointed a Surgeon's Mate so he will need passage on board a vessel bound for Norfolk in Virginia where he will be stationed.
November 19, 1796 Passage to St. Marys for Doctor McCrea James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Passage to St. Marys should be arranged for Doctor McCrea which will be funded by the public. However, he will have to pay for the necessary supplies for the voyage himself.
May 4, 1796 Pay & Passage of Nicholas De Finiels, Temporary Engineer William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $47.50 is due Nicholas De Finiels, temporary engineer, being the balance of his pay for March and April 1796 and his passage from Philadelphia to West Point.
September 1, 1791 Speedy Passage Down the Ohio Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler In addition to references to the location of Captain Newman and the candidacy of the Butler's nephew, Knox hopes that General Butler's passage down the Ohio is sufficiently speedy so that the remainder of the season is available for effective operations.
June 23, 1798 Account of Ships Muster Roll and Promise to Merchants for Safe Passage Captain Thomas Truxtun James McHenry Truxtun notified McHenry that he would accompany merchant ships providing safe passage against French pirates followed immediately by his departure to the assigned location for patrol.
December 12, 1798 Payment to John German for passage of detachment of troops under Lt James B. Many James B. Many Samuel Hodgdon In letter to Hodgdon, Lt. Many laments having to pay passage. Document from Hodgdon indicates payment to German for passage of Many and of detachment of troops under Lieutenant Many consisting of 41 privates and subalterns in ship South Carolina from Philadelphia to Charleston South Carolina.
1800 Passage of Men from Charleston SC to New York by Order of General Hamilton William Crafts [not available] Passage secured for Captain Huger, his officers and privates to leave Charleston South Carolina for New York on the ship South Carolina, Captain Pebor commanding.
April 11, 1800 Passage on the Schooner "Juliana," Etc. Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Gordon has talked to the owner and captain of the schooner "Juliana'" bound for the port of New Orleans. He has agreed to provide passage for Hodgdon's friends. Each of them must pay fifty dollars and their share of the stores. Mr. Stevens has arrived from Albany and agrees that the shot can be deposited at Governors Island.
January 12, 1801 Certification of payment; Henry Drinker, for passage of two Indian youths, Alexander Durant and James Bailey to Savannah in Georgia William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $83.87 to Henry Drinker, for passage of two Indian youths, Alexander Durant and James Bailey to Savannah in Georgia, including stores.
December 15, 1798 Ellery and Crocker to Antigua Benjamin Stoddert Captain John Barry Mr. Ellery of Rhode Island and Mr. Crocker have important business to transact in Antigua. They will take passage on the "Portsmouth," under Captain McNief, as far as Dominica. Captain Barry is asked to assist in their passage from Dominica to Antigua.
January 18, 1789 Report on the Treaty of Fort Harmar Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox Reports that the business related to the Treaty of Fort Harmar has finished. They have renewed their former engagements; that is the Six Nations, Wyandots, Chippewas, Delawares, Pottawatamies, and Sacs. They seem well satisfied. States that one good consequence is that the confederacy is broken and Joseph Brant has lost his influence. River is presently frozen and communications by water cut off....
[not available] Expenses of Lt. James Rand James Rand William Simmons Enclosed is a statement of the amount Rand paid for his passage from West Point when ordered to join Capt. Eliot at Fort Wolcott. Since it is Rand's understanding that such expenses have been allowed for officers, he is taking the liberty of requesting payment.
December 9, 1791 Troops to March to Frontier Henry Knox Melancton Smith Recent events on frontier warrants support of troops. Knox requested Smith to furnish troops with provisions and passage to New Brunswick.
September 8, 1795 Pay of Francis Da Casta, for trying cannon William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $288.00 is due Francis Da Casta, being his pay for trying cannon from June 26th to August 29th 1795 and for his passage to and from Providence, Rhode Island.
September 30, 1796 Kalteisen's account William Simmons Michael Kalteisen Notifies Kalteisen that his account is indebted to the U. S. which sum he should apply to the recruiting service. Crediting of "passage money" for Kalteisen and his soldiers from Philadelphia to Fort Johnson. Kalteisen's pay.
June 5, 1798 Indiscreet Instructions from the President to the New Jersey Commander-in-Chief Alexander Hamilton Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Hamilton takes issue with the uncharacteristically indiscreet passage contained in a recent letter from President Adams to the New Jersey Commander in Chief. He argues that if high government officials breathe an irregular or violent spirit, it will do harm not only to the government but to the officials themselves.
April 8, 1792 Contemporary Copy of Letter, Jonathan Haskell to Henry Knox Jonathan Haskell Henry Knox Letter, describes passage of troops; discusses frontier protection.
March 17, 1798 Certification of payments; account of Lieutenant George Ross William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $18.50 is due Lieutenant George Ross, being the amount of his expenses for stage hire and passage paid by him from Philadelphia to New York and West Point and back to Philadelphia.
October 21, 1799 Approval of Interpretation of Issue on Bounties for Returned Deserters, & Discussion of Hugh McAlister Case William Simmons James McHenry Simmons apologizes for misunderstanding of his last letter, and has consulted with the Comptroller, determining that McHenry's interpretation of the relevant passage in the Appendix to the Articles of War is correct. [The passage regarded the awarding of bounties for returned deserters to both civilians and soldiers]. States that he and Mr. Steele believe that the rejection of Hugh McAlister's...
July 18, 1798 Soldiers Ordered to Join Their Company in New York Samuel Hodgdon Proprietors of the Bordenton Stage Boat Hodgdon provides a list of soldiers who are ordered to join their company in New York. Their passage money will be five dollars for each man and will be paid by Capt. John Henry in York.
April 15, 1795 Payment of Captain Staats Morris William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $375.34 is due Captain Staats Morris of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers for his pay and subsistence in 1794 and 1795 and for his passage from Charleston to New York and horse hire to Fort Fidius, Georgia.
November 2, 1795 Pay of John Glynn while confined for desertion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that Private John Glynn, in Captain William Rickard's Company is due $16.00 pay while confined on suspicion of being a deserter, and for his passage to Charleston South Carolina.