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January 6, 1784 Military Stores in the Peace Establishment Samuel Hodgdon Worsley Emes Discusses the peace establishment as regards places of deposit for United States military stores and the possibilities for Captain Emes's continuation in the service. He will receive preference from Hodgdon in peace establishment appointments.
November 15, 1800 Deposit in Public Stores Samuel Dexter Benjamin Lincoln Orders to deposit shot in public stores and to submit receipt for same.
December 22, 1800 Encloses deposit warrant Samuel Dexter Samuel Hodgdon Encloses deposit warrant for meny received from Messrs. Jesse and Robert Waln on account of military stores. The Springfield Armory dispute shall be attended to.
October 14, 1800 Information Respecting Discharged Storekeepers Samuel Dexter Samuel Hodgdon Dexter wants to know if any of the storekeepers have been discharged due to the removal of their stores to places of general deposit. The closing of the estimate is retarded for the want of this knowledge.
October 18, 1798 Duties of the Accountant and the Superintendent of Military Stores John Steele James McHenry Steele explains the responsibilities and duties of the Accountant of the War Department and of the Superintendent of Military Stores.
April 14, 1800 Moving the Military Stores to a State Arsenal, Etc. Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Military stores belonging to the United States are kept in a wooden building along with combustible articles for which the rent is $500 per annum. Stevens has obtained permission from the legislature to have the Commissary of Stores move the military stores to an arsenal soon to be completed. The state will deposit its military stores at the arsenal but there will be room for the stores of the...
January 15, 1786 Transport of Ammunition and Disposition of Stores Henry Knox Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Discusses the transportation of cannon shells to West Point and the disposition of certain military stores. Will take immediate action to collect and deposit. Proposes that durable military supplies should not be sold but retained for future use.
March 15, 1784 U.S. military stores in South Carolina Samuel Hodgdon Colonel Senef Requests information on the status of the United States military stores in South Carolina.
March 31, 1796 Sum Due Johannis Lieser William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $34.15 is due Johannis Lieser for the rent of a lot of ground at Fort Plain where a block house was built for the deposit of public military stores from Mar. 4, 1795 to Jan. 1, 1796.
June 15, 1787 Regarding Examination of Military Stores in Rhode Island Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, Regarding Examination of Military Stores in Rhode Island
May 19, 1800 Proposed Deposit of Stores Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Hamilton Relative to the reduction of the twelve Regiments, Hodgdon proposes that every species of stores be deposited at Scotch Plains or its vicinity at New York and those at Uxbridge or its neighborhood be deposited at Springfield, Massachusetts.
May 17, 1785 Lack of adequate military stores Nathaniel Irish Samuel Hodgdon Nathaniel Irish sends to Samuel Hodgdon a letter in which he offers his opinions on the lack of adequate arsenals and magazines for military stores in Virginia.
August 25, 1794 Military Stores, Tents, & Camp Equipage Needed Immediately Alexander Hamilton Samuel Hodgdon Large bodies of militia are to be assembled at Williamsport in Maryland and Winchester in Virginia. Military stores, tents, and camp equipage should be forwarded without delay to those places.
June 1, 1795 Transporting Military Stores to Shepherdstown Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a return of military stores located at Frederickstown, Maryland that should be transported to Shepherdstown so that the expense of keeping them there does not exceed their value.
February 13, 1797 Request for Statement of Kentledge On Hand & Places Where it is Deposited Josiah Fox Samuel Hodgdon Asks that Hodgdon report to the Secretary of War on the amount of kentledge [metal naval ballast] now available, and the places where it is deposited.
February 25, 1800 Charges for Rent of Rooms in Warehouse for Deposit of Public Stores [not available] [not available] Payment for rent for rooms in warehouses for the deposit of public stores.
July 1, 1797 Military Stores for the Naval Services James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is asked to have the undermentioned military stores destined for the naval services transported to the designated places.
December 1790 Discussion of Transport of Military Stores to West Point (2) Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, discusses transport of public stores to West Point.
June 21, 1797 Closure of Stores in Rensselear James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon McHenry no longer saw relevance in keeping the public stores in Rensselear active. Requested someone to examine quality of stores and if they could be shipped to Albany, Niagara, or West Point for use.
August 23, 1784 Sale of Powder Donaldson Yeates Samuel Hodgdon Discusses sale of powder in the U.S. military stores.
December 30, 1793 Supplying the Army with Whiskey Alexander Hamilton Henry Knox Hamilton discusses the plan to supply the Army with whiskey. The places of deposit will be Forts Washington and Steuben and the mouth of Wheeling from which the spirits will be delivered to the Quartermaster General to be issued by him to the troops as needed.
September 18, 1798 Deposit Enclosed Money William Montgomery Samuel Hodgdon Requests Hodgdon deposit enclosed money to the credit of Montgomery in the United States Bank. Montgomery wishes Hodgdon good health.
August 23, 1796 Not One Deposit Made by Any Corps Richard Parker Samuel Hodgdon Parker sends a return of the stores of the militia army and complains that not one deposit was made with him by any corps upon the return of the Army. He only received several tents, kettles, and axes. Colonel Postlethwait, of the Provision Department, returned 110 bags, nine tents, and twelve kettles. The remainder was left with Parker and at other locations.
July 21, 1794 Supply of rations and clothing Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue requests that he be informed of what measures have been taken for the supply of the recruits and troops at places other than those which are included in the general contract for the Army and the western posts. States that it would be useful to have a statement detailing times, places, and quantities, of rations, clothing, quarter masters, and hospital stores, for...
May 31, 1799 Outlines Accountability Procedures for Ordering Supplies, Quartermasters Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Refers to General Hamilton's concern about the War Department's store as a deposit for supplies in New York. He desires that all requests be made through Stevens, and that they are promptly furnished. The Quartermaster General is responsible for the transportation of all stores. Requests careful accounts and debits. Refers to present system of accountability for Quartermaster General and...