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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 12, 1798 Order for Stores to be Forwared to Natchez Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Received notification that Gen. Wilkinson ordered a significant quantity of stores, Craig will abstain from making any additional orders until quantity is received.
July 26, 1798 Quantity of Stores on Hand John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Details of quantity of powder and other supplies on hand and discussed shipments of military stores to different named locations.
June 15, 1787 Regarding Examination of Military Stores in Rhode Island Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, Regarding Examination of Military Stores in Rhode Island
March 7, 1799 Receipt for shipment of clothing, arms, and military stores Staats Morris Samuel Hodgdon Receipt for shipment of clothing, arms, and military stores shipped for Fort McHenry on board the Schooner Sally; came safe to hand and articles correspond with invoice, but quantity falls short of what is needed. Includes account between the US and Albert Coffin, master of the schooner.
May 16, 1798 Military Stores Required by Captain Barry James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to determine what quantity of the military stores required by Captain Barry of the frigate "United States" is available in the public stores.
February 21, 1784 Supplies to a gun powder manufacturer Samuel Hodgdon James Milligan Discusses the accounting of supplies furnished to a gun powder manufacturer and the amount of powder delivered by him.
February 8, 1784 Depot Stores William Price Colonel Weisnor Request for an account of military stores at a depot.
June 30, 1797 Return for ordnance received at Knoxville showing the species and quantity of stores delivered for Second Quarter 1797. Stephen Hillis [not available] Return of ordnance received at Knoxville showing species and quantity of stores delivered and received between 1 April and 1 June 1797. Signed by Steven Hillis, Deputy Paymaster and Storekeeper
April 5, 1799 Accounts and Ranking System Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Notification that E. Turner wished to forward money to his brother William Turner of Boston. Craig requested that Hodgdon allow Turner to draw against him and place amount against his account. Inquiry into the Last law for organization of the Army and what rank Craig holds in the Quartermaster's Department. Requests information on quantity of stores destined for upper posts so as to organize...
May 15, 1794 Return of Military & Quartermaster's Stores John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon should provide a return of all the military and quartermaster's stores forwarded to the westward for the army under General [Anthony] Wayne during 1794.
November 22, 1800 Blankets for the Marine Corps [not available] Samuel Dexter Requests 1102 blankets for the Marine Corps.
July 14, 1792 Forwarding of public stores to West Point; request for information regarding field pieces. Henry Knox Jeremiah Olney Letter, in response to Olney's request, directs public stores forwarded to West Point by water, addressed to Captain George Fleming. Was not conscious of a considerable quantity being at Providence Rhode Island. Regarding the artillery pieces, asks by what means they came into possession of the artillery company under Colonel Tillinghast.
September 22, 1797 Delivery of Medicine and Hospital Stores James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicines, medical instruments and hospital stores for troops in Tennessee.
April 23, 1799 Quantity of Ammunition to be Forwarded to Fort Adams Alexander Hamilton James McHenry In the interest of safety during conveyance, the quantity of ammunition intended for the artillery at Fort Adams should not exceed the estimate.
October 12, 1798 Delay in Transporting Stores to Natchez Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Though General Wilkinson had transmitted to Craig a requisition for a large quantity of stores to be transported to Natchez, the Quartermaster General has ordered a suspension of that business. Many of these articles will be forwarded from Fort Washington so the purchase should be delayed until the QMG reaches Pittsburgh.
January 4, 1799 Clothing Supply Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Concerned for safety of boat transporting stores. Supply of clothing aloted to Capt. Miller's company incomplete due quantity in store and then orders to march light.
September 30, 1796 Misled by the Advice of a Gentleman George Pfeiffer Samuel Hodgdon Pfeiffer explains the fact that he overstepped the limits prescribed to officers as to the amount of baggage and stores allowed to go free. He was misled by the advice of a gentleman who has long been in the Army and ought to have known better. He advised Pfeiffer to lay in as large a quantity of stores as possible. He will be glad to pay the carriage himself for any small parcels that have yet...
November 12, 1800 Regarding contracts for sale of sulphur Samuel Dexter Samuel Cobb Dexter refers to the sale of sulphur. Mentions obtaining correct information on the quantity on hand in the public stores. Says there is so much now in the present circumstances that it is unnecessary to contract for the purchase of more.
February 23, 1798 Rates & Availability of Shot & Shells Samuel Hodgdon John Wilkins, Jr. Letter, asks for rates & availablity of shot and shells; discusses shipping shot and shells.
June 23, 1800 Purchase of items for Indian annuities Purveyor's Office Samuel Hodgdon Purveyor's office finds it impractical to purchase sufficient quantity of point blankets and scarlet broadcloth for Indian annuities. Suggests that these articles be procured from military stores.
July 25, 1799 Adjusting to the Death of Mr. Laesch. David Ford Samuel Hodgdon The death of Mr. Laesch has put affairs at Morris Town in such a state that a delay in the report to Hodgdon will be necessary. Indeed , Ford's necessary absence to attend the Commissioners will prevent for a short time his attendance to the stores Should the quantity of shot be cast in iron molds? Perhaps the heirs of Laesch will produce 100 tons if they are needed.
September 23, 1794 My Quantity of Wagons Richard Parker Samuel Hodgdon [Partly illegible] Parker assures Hodgdon that has spared no pain, night or day, to complete his quantity of wagons.
April 30, 1790 Schedule of Pay and Rations R.J. Vandenbrock [not available] A schedule of pay and rations, Approved April 30, 1790. Lists dollars for each position and quantity of goods allocated for soldiers.
July 22, 1791 Philips makes solicitation to Knox for contract to supply gun powder Samuel Philips Henry Knox Letter, asks for contract to supply gun powder; discusses manufacture of gun powder in Massachusetts.
February 2, 1793 Shipment of Powder Henry Knox Isaac Craig Quantity of powder to be shipped immediately. Make return of quantity confirmed.