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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 9, 1793 Protection for Bearer of Money Henry Knox Isaac Craig Requests protection for Jacob H[a]deman who was entrusted with transporting money down the Ohio River for army.
March 13, 1795 [COPY] Protection of Frontier Arnoldus Vanderhorst Timothy Pickering Proposal of military guard for the protection of the frontier from Indian attacks at the expense of the Federal government. Requested reimbursement for money advanced to commissioners for Indian treaty.
December 15, 1797 Enclosed Committed to Your Protection Andrew Marschalk William Simmons Marschalk sends the enclosed to Simmons for his protection.
January 17, 1797 Protection of the Frontier John Sevier Blount, Cooke, & Jackson Sevier proposes that the protection of the frontier can be accomplished by the militia, including three companies of infantry and a troop of horse.
March 24, 1794 Protection of ports and harbors South Carolina Henry Knox Arnoldus Vanderhorst Protection of harbors at South Carolina discussed, requested a return on all usable cannons.
November 16, 1791 Protection of Frontiers Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Federal government to pay for militia to protect frontier counties.
March 10, 1791 Certification of a True Copy Thomas Jefferson [not available] Document certified the enclosed document was a true copy of Act to raising additional troops for the protection of frontier.
March 5, 1797 Forwarding the protection of John Cunningham William MacCreery James McHenry MacCreery sends a letter with an enclosed protection of John Cunningham, who is currently detained on a frigate. McHenry is asked to forward the protection to his agent in the West Indies.
January 26, 1795 [No. 60 Protection of the Frontiers - Communicated to the House of Representatives] Timothy Pickering Frederick A Muhlenberg Submission of report to House, as ordered by the President, on the number of troops necessary for the defense and maintenance of military posts which will protect frontier of U.S.
April 24, 1793 Protection of Commissioners Henry Knox Henry Lee Discussed governance of North Western Indians and treaty to be held in Sandusky. Requests protection of commissioners from hostile Indian attacks.
December 23, 1791 Protection Henry Knox Isaac Craig Capt. Cushing's troops ordered to remain at Fort Pitt to protect citizens who voiced fears to Governor of Pennsylvania. Reiterates need for immediate construction of picketed block house. Denied travel request.
October 14, 1792 Militia to Protect Frontier Henry Knox Henry Lee No requirements from Virginia's military for protection of frontier during the ensuing year. All protection to come from federal government.
April 9, 1798 Provisional Measures for the Protection of Commerce James McHenry Samuel Sewall Enclosed are the expenses of the provisional measures intended for the protection of commerce.
February 25, 1792 Protection of Washington County Henry Knox Absalom Baird Urgency of dispatching scouts to Washington County. Congress to authorize offensive action by militia.
April 14, 1794 Protection of Districts Henry Knox William Blount Secretary Knox informs Governor William Blount that he is authorized by President of United States to make arrangements for the protection of districts in Southwest Territory, provided that the measures are judged necessary. Mentions protection and manning and equipment levels at crossing at Cumberland River, Tennessee County and Davidson County.
December 12, 1789 Request for Protection Representatives of Frontier Counties of Virginia George Washington Representatives request military assistance in the defense of the frontier counties from Indian attacks. Details on how Indians attack, type of protection previously enjoyed, and hope for peace.
January 6, 1792 Knox speaks of issues related to the defeat at Wabash with Sargent Henry Knox Winthrop Sargent Letter, alludes to St. Clair's campaign defeat; discusses protection of settlements on the frontiers.
February 10, 1794 Defensive Protection of the Frontiers Isaac Shelby Henry Knox Governor Shelby fully expects that the Creek and Chickamauga Indians will attack frontier settlers as soon as winter breaks so he requests authority to take measures for the defensive protection of the frontiers of Kentucky.
March 14, 1791 Enclosed Letter from President Regarding Protection of Frontier Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Letter addresses County Lieutenants ability to maintain authority over rangers called into service for the protection of the frontier. Details on locations and names.
October 1, 1793 Copy of a Letter from the Secretary of War To the Governor of Virginia Henry Knox Henry Lee Information from Thomas Holt on possibility of Negro uprising. Offered guard over small magazine in New London, Virginia and all expenses related to protection from uprising to be paid for by U.S.
September 30, 1791 Certificate of Protection Henry Knox Major John Belli Secured safe transport for Belli down Ohio River to Kentucky.
November 19, 1791 Treaty of Protection Henry Knox William Blount United States provides protection to the undersigned Creeks.
April 4, 1794 Receipt payment for Virginia militia for protection of frontier Jaquelin Ambler Henry Knox Ambler received $20,000 from Henry Knox Secretary of War, by the hands of Edward Carrington, supervisor district of Virginia on account of militia pay for protection of frontiers.
November 3, 1792 Temporary Nature of Frontier Defense Henry Knox Henry Lee Noted use of state militia for protection of frontier should be temporary and any permanent measure must be enacted by Congress.
April 15, 1790 Copy of letter forwarded to Lieutenant of Washington County Pennsylvania regarding protection of frontier from Indians Henry Knox Thomas Mifflin Transmits a copy of letter forwarded to Lieutenant of Washington County Pennsylvania. Discusses plans for protection of frontier, but the means has not been decided upon by congress.