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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 21, 1799 The Charges Give Me More Pleasure than Pain John Jacob Rivardi James McHenry Rivardi responds to the charges against him and asserts that a Court of Inquiry will most assuredly demonstrate the malice of any accuser;
July 1800 Thanks for Observations and Pecans Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Hamilton replies to Wilkinson's of June 29th and says that, while he will miss Wilkinson's company, he agrees that it makes sense for him to go straight to Pittsburgh. Hamilton thanks Wilkinson for his observations on the Havannah. Mrs. Hamilton sends thanks for a box of pecans.
October 28, 1791 Attention to the Objects I Recommended George Washington House of Representatives Washington expresses his satisfaction at the promise of the House of Representatives to consider the recommendations contained in his message of 10/25/1791.
December 29, 1788 Request for compensation Abraham Dehuff Joseph Howell Dehuff discusses settlement of his accounts. He informs Howell that he was a prisoner and requests the same compensation that others were entitled to. He also makes claims for his recruiting, and losses while a prisoner.
January 4, 1784 Entitlement to Rations Pay While in Captivity John Pierce Colonel J. Ward John Pierce sends to Colonel J. Ward a letter informing him of his entitlement to rations while in captivity.
September 27, 1791 Update on Sons Military Whereabouts Henry Knox Unknown Recipient Letter, informs mother of son's march with army; discusses loss of Knox's son.
January 10, 1799 Hodgdon discusses military stores and accounting matters with Major Craig Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Hodgdon expresses pleasure that navigation of the Ohio has not impeded shipments to Natchez.
June 15, 1792 Promise of Increased Wages; appointment as Deputy Quarter Master General Henry Knox Isaac Craig Discusses Craig's duties and inadequate pay, with promises to increase wages.
September 27, 1789 Knox discusses military pay with Doctor Ramsey Henry Knox Doctor Ramsey Letter, discusses officer's pay.
December 1, 1794 Return of the Stores & Ordnance Bernard Hudson Samuel Hodgdon 'Enclosed I have the pleasure to forward a return of the stores and ordnance under my care in this department."
September 29, 1789 Knox writes to Clymer Henry Knox William Clymer Letter, advises re public employment.
January 14, 1790 Reply of President Washington to Congress George Washington Congress of the United States Receives with pleasure, the assurances of Congress. Expresses confidence that Congressional deliberations will be directed by enlightened and virtuous zeal for the happiness of our country.
June 20, 1795 Contemplation of Putting Me in Gaol, Etc. Michael G. Houdin William Simmons In addition to discussing his account, Houdin refers to the writ that he was served which might have resulted in his incarceration had it not been for the intervention of General Schuyler;
July 25, 1798 Praises Mr. Carroll, Washington's Aid; Believes Washington Will Not Make Appointments James McHenry Richard Caten Expresses pleasure at seeing Mr. Carroll, an aid to Washington. Does not believe the General will make any appointments for some time.
September 14, 1798 In the Midst of Imminent Danger, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Along with a discussion of a number of other matters, Craig expresses his pleasure that the Hodgdon family is safe though still in the midst of imminent danger. He has received four Freneau papers though publication may be discontinued should the editor fall victim to the traveling malady.
November 15, 1786 Recommendation for John White John Pierce John White The Commissioner of Army Accounts informs John White that he can with pleasure recommend him and attest to his good character.
April 17, 1790 Knox discusses appointments with Bourne Henry Knox Sylvanus Bourne Letter, advises letter re appointment abroad.
May 8, 1789 Knox replies to Freeman's request for appointment Henry Knox Captain Jeremiah Freeman Letter, advises all positions filled in War Office.
August 1, 1798 George Washington to Command Once More the Armies of the United States Thomas Butler Samuel Hodgdon Butler rejoices at the prospect that George Washington will once more assume command of the Army of the United States.
June 15, 1792 Request for Abstract of Accounts Henry Knox Isaac Craig Requested abstract of accounts before William Knox sends post notes to settle Craig's accounts.
May 26, 1790 Knox informs Thomas that no employment opportunities presently exist Henry Knox Alexander Thomas Letter, advises re employment opportunities.
January 21, 1796 Pondering a Change of Position James McHenry George Washington McHenry asks for more time to render his decision as to whether or not he will accept Washington's nomination to be the next Secretary of War;
March 4, 1796 Request to Samuel Hodgdon from S. Beates for assistance for self & family Sarah Beates Samuel Hodgdon Beates apologizes for troubling Hodgdon. Would have waited on him, but she is unacquainted with Hodgdon. Needs to obtain substance for self and family; does not want to take any measures without his approbation. Refers to taking advice from Mr Davis. Notes in postscript that she has not heard of the author of her difficulties since she had the pleasure of seeing Hodgdon.
September 27, 1793 Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig expresses pleasure to hear Hodgdon is recovering from the fever that plagued Philadelphia. Clothing sent from Philadelphia was repackaged at Fort Pitt due to concerns regardinging the spread of infection. Craig thinks the practice of repackaging is now unnecessary. Craig requests nails and stationary from Hodgdon.
March 17, 1792 Knox forwards letter from Pinkney to Washington Henry Knox George Washington Letter, encloses letter for General Pinckney.