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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 8, 1794 Future Rent Samuel Hodgdon John Steinmetz Hodgdon explains that he expected the rent on the house would be higher for a new contract so he wants to know how Steinmetz calculated the rent he offered. He wishes to retain the stores for the use of the public at a reasonable rent. He is willing to commence a new rent at such time as may be agreed on at fifty percent above the current rent for one year only.
January 1787 Charges for Rent Samuel Hodgdon Henry Lisle Hodgdon confirms that the public owes Henry Lisle 56 pounds (currency) for rent.
January 27, 1801 Simmons Asking McCall to Evaluate the Accounts Regarding the Rent of Certain Property of Jamwes Seagrove William Simmons Hugh McCall Accounts for rent of a property in Georgia.
March 15, 1799 Payment of Rent for Magazine Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin Received letter about rent due for the magazine, which the Secretary of War will discharge immediately. The accountant will produce a warrant for the amount needed. Seeks to fully understand the business.
April 29, 1799 Promises to Remedy Embarrassing Situation with Rent for Powder Magazine Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin Reports that the Secretary of War will assist in remedying the embarrassing situation regarding the rent due for powder magazine. Through the multiplicity of business this has been overlooked until now.
February 12, 1794 Reach an agreement on rental property John Steinmetz Samuel Hodgdon Steinmetz assures Hodgdon that he has fixed the rent lower than he by any means intended so he expects an answer from Hodgdon because he has it in his power to make more of the property if he has the opportunity to do so.
March 17, 1785 Request to rent land Frederick Foose Samuel Hodgdon Frederick Foose sends to Samuel Hodgdon a letter requesting to rent land.
February 5, 1784 Agreement for the rent of Lisle's Store Henry Lisle Joseph Parker An agreement between Henry Lisle and Samuel Hodgdon for the rent of Lisle's store for the use of the Public.
March 21, 1796 Compensation for rent Richard S. Blackburn William Simmons Requests Simmons' aid in regards to receiving compensation for rent he paid for a house while assigned to Norfolk, Virginia
November 8, 1797 Regarding naval constructor Foreman Cheeseman's inquiry on mode of payment for rent Josiah Fox Foreman Cheeseman Discusses query regarding rent. Requests that Mr Blagge, naval agent at New York, handle matters of rent payment in concert with Tench Francis, purveyor.
June 3, 1785 No release of papers until rent is paid John Pierce Joseph Howell Mr. Owen will not let the papers go out of the office until the rent is paid. Pierce says he is answerable to it. Has hitherto had a fine passage. P.S., has enough money if Howell would advance the money so papers can be removed.
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.
March 26, 1794 Store Available for rent at Lamberton Abraham Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt has applied to Moore Furman about the store he has available at Lamberton. He replied with the enclosed letter in which the size of the store [24' x 32'] is stated. The rent should be reasonable so Hunt wants to know if Hodgdon is interested.
July 30, 1796 Rental of Corlaer's Hook James McHenry Foreman Cheeseman Due to Mr. Fox's sudden departure from New York for Boston, McHenry requested Cheeseman secure Corlaer's hook for a monthly rent not to exceed 270 pounds New York currency. Also discussed securing timber.
May 27, 1798 Rent for the Wharf Marinus Willett William Simmons Willett requests Simmons assistance in ensuring that the rent for the use of his wharf is promptly paid by Mr. Francis.
October 29, 1800 Bowles will Receive $70 from Edward Carrington for Rent of a Hospital William Simmons Jesse Bowles Edward Carrington will pay Bowles $70 upon Bowles providing the necessary receipts. The money is for rent of a hospital for the sick in Captain Eddin's company from November 1798 to October 1799 while in Richmond.
February 9, 1797 Authorization for Storage William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Requests that Hodgdon provide documentation of his authorization to store material in rented space of a wharf.
May 13, 1799 Certification of payment; James Caldwell for rent of his store at Albany, New York Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification of payment; $125 to James Caldwell for rent of his store at Albany, New York.
February 24, 1800 Helping Mother with Her Rent Peter Wilson Samuel Hodgdon Wilson asks Hodgdon for an advance of $58 to be deducted from his quarters salary. He needs the money because of the unfortunate loss sustained by his mother upon her return from Norfolk. This has put her backward in her rent and Wilson wants to help her out as she sets out to live with his brother Smith in Charleston.
April 27, 1797 Regarding rent of storehouse for public interest [not available] John Blagge Naval Agent John Blagge is advised that If proprietor appears disposed to rent the storehouse, then proposed terms are 6 years at $62.50 per year. if not disposed, suggests proposing a three year lease. Should be in naval constructor Foreman Cheeseman's name.
February 5, 1794 Rent of House Stores John Steinmetz Samuel Hodgdon Steinmetz had already inquired about the future rent of house stores in Hodgdon's possession but has not received an answer. Therefore, he takes it for granted that Hodgdon has no objection to his propositions.
July 28, 1787 Estimated cost of rent for buildings used as military stores deposits Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book.Estimates of monies wanting to pay the rents of buildings listed used as deposits for military stores
March 17, 1790 Estimated cost of rent of buildings in Philadelphia to store military stores Quartermaster General's Department [not available] Estimated cost of the rent of buildings in Philadelphia to be used for military stores.
February 14, 1794 Your Word as Your Bond Samuel Hodgdon John Steinmetz In order to end the business between him and Steinmetz, Hodgdon consents to receive all the stores comprehended in their first agreement. To commence the rent already mentioned after the present quarter is settled.
March 1, 1799 Reports Loss of Key to Mr. Smith's Store; Injury and Ruin of Stores Samuel Hodgdon William Nichols The key to Mr. Smith's store has not been returned. This will cost the US. Requests return of key. Smith is not entitled to the rent already received. He has removed stores for his own accommodation. Many articles injured; some ruined.