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November 5, 1788 Regarding Funds to Be Used for Transporting Pratt's Company, with Regimental Clothing Supply, to the Frontier (2) William Knox Jeremiah Wadsworth Acknowledges receipt of a letter intended for Mrs. [Nathanael] Greene, asks for instructions concerning its delivery. Notes that Lt. Pratt stopped in New York on his way from West Point to New Brunswick, where he will take charge of the clothing being sent west to the frontier garrisons. States opinion that Pratt is a faithful officer, as he has asked to be advanced a month's pay with which to...
May 5, 1792 Personal Sentiments Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Enclosed letter to his wife to be forwarded. Muses over friendship and personal matters.
April 17, 1799 Settling Matters by Personal Conference Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton informs McHenry that he is travelling to Philadelphia in order to settle some important matters in a personal conference which should promote the future good of the service.
April 6, 1798 War Seems Inevitable, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon John Wilkins, Jr. Among other more mundane business matters, Hodgdon warns that the President will soon make major communications to Congress that seem to indicate that war is imminent.
July 9, 1796 On Personal Enemies, Especially James Wilkinson James McHenry Anthony Wayne Reports to Wayne on Wayne's personal enemies, especially including Gen. James Wilkinson.
February 15, 1794 [PRIVATE] Meeting with King and Jay George Washington Henry Knox Discusses offensive correspondence and possibility of meeting with King and Jay to discuss its contents.
October 17, 1795 Confirms receipt of account William Simmons Jerome Merlhie Acknowledges receiving his account current for pay and personal expenses.
May 5, 1800 Repeated Request for Information on Allowances William Simmons James McHenry Simmons repeated a request for information on allowances made to Thomas Howe and appointed Secretary to Major General Hamilton. Request related to the accounts of Caleb Swan.
August 10, 1793 Communications to the Committee of Inquiry Bernard Webb Samuel Hodgdon General St. Clair allowed fifty dollars for his two communications to the Committee of Inquiry which Webb hopes that Hodgdon will have no objection to paying for. Twenty dollars should cover the cost of dispositions and other papers for a total of seventy dollars.
June 6, 1797 Disposition of Military Accounts Alexander Hamilton John Stagg Hamilton issues detailed instructions regarding the disposition of military accounts.
March 28, 1794 Payment to John Jacob Rivardi for expenses as temporary engineer John Jacob Rivardi Joseph Howell Rivardi received $250 on account of compensation of personal expenses as temporary engineer
January 28, 1797 Personal Explanation for Sundry Charges Alexander Gibson William Simmons Gibson explains the nature of charges which were denied payment by the War Department. He also requests $800 from his accounts so he can repay debts incurred for recruiting in 1795.
December 15, 1792 Facts in the Communications of the Six Nations, Etc. Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Knox wants Wayne to meet with the Cornplanter and Red Jacket to explain the facts contained in the communications of the Six Nations. The hostile Indians have been asked to meet with representatives of the United States at the appointed time and place.
August 24, 1798 Personal Request for the Appointment of Philip Church Alexander Hamilton John Adams Contrary to Hamilton's morals, he requests a personal favor. The favor is the appointment of Philip Church's to Captain of Infantry. Hamilton lists Church's qualifications and notes he will make Church his Aides-De-Camp.
April 4, 1798 Enclosed Letter Edward Price James McHenry Enclosed correspondence of Col. Hawkins regarding the personal store of Mr. Bi[annant] on Indian territory.
September 21, 1789 Readiness to make further communications Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department Alexander McGillivray So that there will be no complaints of partial or defective representation, commissioners will be ready to make further communications as soon as the third member of the commission, the honorable Mr. Griffin, arrives.
May 16, 1794 Compensation and Personal Expenses of John J. Rivardi Joseph Howell John Jacob Rivardi The Treasurer has remitted funds to Edward Carrington to be transmitted to Rivardi for compensation and personal expenses as a temporary engineer.
February 15, 1799 Circular to the Commanding Officers Alexander Hamilton [not available] "A letter from the Secretary of War places under my superintendence the posts and troops under your immediate command. All further communications therefore respecting them, including reports and returns, are to be addressed to me not as heretofore to the Secretary of War..."
February 11, 1799 Your Superintendance of the Post & Troops Under My Command George Ingersoll Alexander Hamilton Captain Ingersoll acknowledges Hamilton's superitendance of the post and troops at West Point and his intention to forward all furure communications, including reports and returns, to Hamilton.
February 25, 1795 Compensation & Personal Expenses of Nicholas Martinon Joseph Howell Nicholas Francis Martinon The Treasurer has remitted to William Polk a sum to be transmitted to Nicholas Martinon, being his compensation and personal expenses as a Temporary Engineer.
June 3, 1784 Certificates regarding personal account P. Taubman John Pierce Requests certificates regarding his personal account needed for the general settlement of accounts for New York.
June 8, 1789 Circular of President Washington to President Mifflin, 1789 regarding manner of administering oaths George Washington Thomas Mifflin As congress have not yet established any departments through which communications can be officially made from the general government to the executives of the several states, Washington transmits copy of Act of Congress to regulate time and manner of administering certain oaths.
November 20, 1796 Advances from Personal Purse for Lieut. Robinson Stephen Rochefontaine William Simmons Lieut. Robinson applied to Rochefontaine for an advance of money for the move of his family to Charleston, Robinson paid from personal purse. Men enlisted by Capt. Thompson applied for bounty due them which is yet to be received.
May 17, 1796 No Secret Motives James Thomas Callender James McHenry Callender informs McHenry that the communications he handed to Mr. Edwards are from General Wayne, and that he transcribed them a year ago. The series of interrogatories is entirely misplaced. There is nothing secret about the particulars, and he should have asked him directly.
October 9, 1789 Jackson advises that in the President's absence MacPherson may consult Knox W. Jackson John MacPherson Letter, advises forwarding President's communications to Knox.