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March 1, 1795 The Need for Ready Money Colonel Vincent Joseph Howell Vincent transmits the state of the sum owed for the compensation of the engineer employed by the United States. He laments that he and his men are truly poor, have no credit, and cannot subsist without ready money. He pleads with Hodgdon to give serious consideration to their claims for compensation.
September 23, 1796 Sale of Jackets and Trousers Isaac Craig James McHenry Craig will publish public advertisement of sale of round jackets and trousers for "ready money" in October.
March 16, 1799 General McPherson is Ready for the Two Expresses John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon General MacPherson is now ready for the two expresses who should attend him at his quarters. Will Colonel Stevens raise money on bills at New York.?
January 8, 1799 Articles Ready for Inspection Simon Smith James McHenry The articles which Simon contracted to furnish are ready for inspection.
July 12, 1798 Accompanying Revenue Cutter May Not Be Ready to Sail Benjamin Stoddert Captain John Barry Informs Barry that a revenue cutter designated to join Barry's USS United States may not be ready in time to do so; forwards correspondence.
August 18, 1798 I Am Ready to Supply Cannon Balls James Byers Samuel Hodgdon Byers is part owner of a blast furnace in Springfield and stands ready to provide the United States with cannon balls. He wants to know who negotiates contracts for the US, what quantity and size of balls are needed, and how much per ton would be paid for delivering them to the public store.
August 30, 1791 Bells, Collars, & Buckles Will Be Ready Samuel Boyd William Knox The bells, collars, and buckles Knox has ordered will be ready by the end of the week. Directions should be written for the wagoner who will carry them and Boyd will afix the directions to the top of the box that holds them.
July 18, 1798 Clothing ready for transportation John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Encloses returns and states that clothing is ready for transportation to ten cities.
July 1, 1796 Furnace on Blast & Ready to Proceed with Casting the Guns Francis DaCosta Samuel Hodgdon Dacosta inquires about the trunions that were to be forwarded by Mr. King. They are urgently needed since the furnace is currently in blast mode ready to proceed with casting the guns. The moulding-board should arrive soon.
September 19, 1797 Settlement of Accounts William Simmons Edward Carrington Simmons notified Carrington of Daniel Bedinger's debt to United States for the sum of $388.15. Bedinger ready to refund sum to government and Simmons advised Carrington to apply to Bedinger for money. Upon acquisition of money, Carrington is requested to forward receipts to Office.
August 20, 1798 Payment, Travel Hindered by Yellow Fever General William Irvine Samuel Hodgdon Discusses payment of money by Gurling and Kempton to Irvine. Mentions that yellow fever will prevent traveling to Philadelphia and that his son requires money from the War Department, believed that his son could have a full company in no time if he was afforded clothing and money.
April 5, 1795 Pay My Wife for Dr. Brown's Rifle, Etc. Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Perkins asked if the money for Dr. Brown's rifle could be paid to his wife since she is in need of funds. He also needs a copy of the inventory of his tools since his has been lost. The drying of the stocks is almost complete so they will soon be ready.
May 7, 1799 Debt Owed Colonel Gamble David Henley John Chisolm Has received letters from the War Office and Colonel Gamble and is ready to take up accounts immediately. Stands ready to receive cattle for part of debt owed him.
June 22, 1793 Abstract of Charges Against Deserters, Etc. Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Enclosed is a continuation of payments made on warrants from the Secretary of War and an abstract of charges against deserters. Also included are two payrolls of the recruits under the command of Captain Sedam and Lieutenant Underhill, now under marching orders. The money for March is ready but when and by whom the General will send it is unknown.
September 22, 1791 Ready to Close the Proceedings Winslow Warren Arthur St. Clair The Court of Inquiry is prepared to close the proceedings unless General St. Clair has additional evidence.
July 5, 1797 Regarding the casting and proving of cannons for the Algerine Frigate Josiah Fox Mr. Jones Josiah Fox reports that Secretary of War wishes to inform Mr Jones that he must depend on Mr. Hughes' punctual performance in casting of 12, 9, and 6 pounder cannon. The Algerine Frigate is ready for launching; masts, rigging are prepared. Fox estimates she will be ready for launch at end of present month. Would like to be informed by Mr. Hughes when the 9 and 6 pounders will be ready for...
August 29, 1789 Henry Remsen issues letter of recommendation for R.J. Vandenbrock. Henry Remsen [not available] Letter from Ramsen certifies the administrative abilities of R.J. Vandenbrock.
June 19, 1797 My Contingent Expenses Applied to Public Use Henry Gaither William Simmons Gaither discusses the use of his own money for public purposes for which he hopes to be compensated by the United States.
May 20, 1797 Request for estimate on when nine and six pounder cannon will be ready for proving [not available] Samuel Hughes Cannons may be needed in June. Request for estimate on when the nine and six pound cannon will be ready so that the engineer can make plans on when to proceed to Cecil Furnace Maryland for proving.
April 25, 1791 Request for Payment for Services Rendered; Invalid Pensions Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, asks for balance due him by the United States; mentions Invalid accounts.
July 5, 1797 Regarding Algerian Frigate Josiah Fox Nathan Jones Letter, discusses guns for Algerine Frigate.
May 25, 1798 Advice on Ship Which Will Not Comply With Orders John Harris Josiah Fox Letter, advises ship not ready to comply with orders.
July 14, 1794 Request to Pay Officers War Department Alexander Hamilton Secretary of the Treasury to provide sums of money to the naval agents who have accepted their appointments and are ready to begin operations.
May 7, 1788 Stores Ready to be Delivered William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that the stores which he inquired about are ready to be delivered to Captain Bradford.
March 12, 1790 Musket Cartridges William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that everything agreeable to his instructions are now ready. There is an insufficient amount of musket cartridge paper and other items.