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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
1788 Agreement to Repair Arms John Thompson Samuel Hodgdon Informs the Commissioner of Commissary Stores that he and William Clark will undertake to repair the arms.
December 15, 1800 Request for Issue of Muskets for Repair Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Directs that muskets be released to Nicholson for repair, along with whatever supplies he might require for doing so. Followed by Nicholson's detailed report on the condition of the muskets when he examined them.
September 28, 1784 Estimate of pay for the repair and cleaning of arms Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate of the sum necessary for paying for the repair of arms.
January 14, 1799 Requests Workmen to Repair, Clean Muskets in Store Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Reports number of French muskets in store that need cleaning and repair. These muskets could then be used instead of contracting for new muskets. Seeks permission for workmen to clean and repair. Recommends building a store suitable to supply the requested seasoned muskets.
March 19, 1799 Repair Without Delay to the Seat of Insurrection Samuel H. Stackhouse Alexander Hamilton "We beg leave in behalf of ourselves and sixty more young men to offer our services & to engage to repair without delay to the seat of insurrection in Northampton County, Pennsylvania."
July 31, 1800 Keeping the Muskets in a Perfect State of Repair Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Williams hopes no other fate has befallen the money sent to him by way of Boston. He believes that the muskets, bayonets, ramrods, and springs received from Oxford should be put in a state of repair. The superintendent says he requires a written order to undertake this work so Hodgdon furnished the order believing it is Hodgdon's desire to have them kept in a perfect state of repair.
January 23, 1795 Repair of the Armorer's Shop John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant informs Hodgdon that he felt he could not take the carpenters and wheelwrights from carriage work because he would hinder the blacksmiths; Bryant expects he will be censured by Hodgdon and the Secretary of War.
October 18, 1788 Agreement to repair arms John Thompson [not available] Contract signed by John Thompson and William Clark to repair arms, 150 a month and profits split evenly.
March 17, 1800 Regulations Concerning Construction & Repair of Buildings Alexander Hamilton [not available] General Orders: "Presents regulations concerning the construction and repair of buildings or barracks and concerning objects of special expense."
March 30, 1787 Proposed Sale of Scow to Mr. Foot William Price Henry Knox Discusses proposed sale of an old scow to Mr. Foot.
July 27, 1796 Money to Fleming for repair and rebuilding at West Point Peter Hagner Nicholas Fish Direction to transfer money to George Fleming for the repair and rebuilding of barracks and store houses at West Point.
April 10, 1795 Carriage Wheels and Buildings in Need of Repair John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant's letter to Hodgdon contains the return of ordnance and stores for the month of March, noting that all the unfinished wheels have been taken out of storage. Bryant requests two tons of iron to help complete the old wheels, which are not the right size. Bryant also requests to rebuild several buildings that are in dire need of repair.
March 29, 1794 Error in Perkins Account Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Perkins asserts that there has been an error in his account in which he has been charged for the repair of 100 guns.
September 29, 1796 Letter to the Secretary at War Anthony Wayne James McHenry General Wayne discusses the British removal from U.S. territories and the poor repair of inherited military fortifications. Wayne encloses an estimate from the Quartermaster detailing the costs involved in repair.
March 1, 1797 Certification of payments; Valentine Hoffman Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification of payment $140.47 Valentine Hoffman for blacksmith work done in repair of gun carriages from 1 August to 15 December.
June 20, 1798 Agreement for House for Naval Department between Hodgdon and Charles Kenley. George Washington [not available] States Kenly will repair house currently occupied by Tench Coxe and that Coxe will return the house in the state which he received it.
March 22, 1784 Account with Robert Morris John Jacob Faesch Samuel Hodgdon Personal letter giving instructions for the repair of Faesch's carriage. Also discussues Faesch's account with the Financier of the United States, Robert Morris.
August 7, 1794 Cannon with Carriages in Need of Repair John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant has sent on the cannon and carriages to Chauncey Whittlesley to be transported to Hodgdon in Philadelphia despite the carriages' want of repair. He describes the repairs that are needed.
March 26, 1798 Order to Commence Repairs on Frigate United States James McHenry Joshua Humphreys McHenry gives approval to begin repairs to frigate preparing ship for sea to police U.S. waters against French or other privateers.
May 20, 1794 Niven writes to Knox about fortification at West Point Daniel Niven Henry Knox Letter, discusses repair of fortifications.
March 15, 1784 Repair of arms Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Reports the completion of a contract for the repair of arms.
March 1, 1800 Entitlement of credit; William Willoughby, for erecting sundry buildings at Fort Norfolk, and repair of the barracks under authority of Captain R.S. Blackburn William Simmons James McHenry Entitlement of credit; $3391.08 to William Willoughby, deceased, for erecting sundry buildings at Fort Norfolk, and repair of the barracks under authority of Captain Richard S. Blackburn.
November 17, 1800 Simmons Requesting that Fish Forward Money to Joseph Cranch for the Repair and Cleaning of Arms at West Point William Simmons Nicholas Fish The Treasurer of the United States is remitting Fish $972.55 which Fish needs to forward to Joseph Cranch. The money is for the repair and cleaning of arms at West Point. This is in line with the certificate of George Fleming, military storekeeper of West Point.
April 8, 1799 Calling the Paymaster to the Seat of Government Alexander Hamilton James McHenry "The Commander in Chief having approved the idea of calling the Paymaster to the Seat of Government, I send you, enclosed by his direction, an order for him repair to the Seat of Government."
May 4, 1798 Request to Pay Workmen Employed to Repair the Ship, Ganges James McHenry Willings & Francis Willing & Francis are hired as agents to pay workmen and acquire supplies for the alterations and improvements on the ship Ganges.