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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 1, 1791 Bad Weather Prevents the Expense Report Thomas H. Cushing Joseph Howell Reports bad weather that has prevented him from submitting and expense report, but will send it at the next post.
February 20, 1800 Submission of Report on Militia James McHenry Theodore Sedgwick Report on petitions submitted to Secretary of War regarding claims of militia services in Georgia.
January 5, 1799 Encloses Copy of Report; Seeks Opinion James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Encloses copy of report. Requests opinion as soon as possible. Anticipates start of regular service; expects a daily report.
February 13, 1799 Report for Congress Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Williams Recognizes need for a more detailed account for Congress and the Secretary of War, who wishes Hodgdon to view all public accounts. Will present a report to Congress.
November 18, 1795 Request for Report on State of Fortifications of Portsmouth, New Hampshire Timothy Pickering Joseph Whipple Requests a report on the state of the fortifications at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, with an estimate of any remaining costs or materials required to complete them. Pickering desires this information in part so that he may include it in his report to Congress.
February 23, 1801 Approval of Report John Adams Congress of the United States Enclosed report by the acting Sec. of War was favorable to Adams, he recommended it be reviewed and ratified by Congress.
February 20, 1798 Request for Forgiveness Regarding Lack of Attention to Report Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Apologies for not attending to report submitted by McHenry before Hamilton had to leave for Albany, NY to attend the Court of Errors (on behalf of his client Louis Le Guen). If McHenry cannot wait for Hamilton to attend to the report, the report will be returned to McHenry via James Inglis at Col. Hamilton's residence on Broadway in New York City.
January 19, 1796 Report of the House Committee on Fortifications Timothy Pickering Mr. Dayton Letter, discusses House fortifications committee; mentions House of Representatives; mentions Congress.
January 10, 1796 Enclosed Muster Roll and Report Edward Miller James McHenry Encloses muster roll and report of recruits.
September 28, 1793 Weekly report of recruits under the command of Ensign Bissell at Middletown. Daniel Bissell [not available] Report, Weekly report of recruits at Middletown;
December 31, 1798 Message from the President of the United States Accompanying a Report to Him from the Secretary of War John Adams [not available] Adams transmits a copy of a report by Secretary of War James McHenry discussing the military establishment of the United States.
December 4, 1791 Auditor's report to the Comptroller regarding the account of Henry Knox Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Richard Harrison Report, Auditor's report re account of Henry Knox with subsequent endorsements from the Comptroller and the Register of the Treasury.
December 31, 1798 Message of the President with report of Secretary of War relative to military establishments.] John Adams House of Representatives President forwarded copy of report given to him by the Secretary of War.
September 19, 1794 Daily Report to This Office John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of the Treasury wants a return of all the supplies forwarded to the several militia rendezvous.
December 18, 1798 Prepares Report for the President James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Refers to the English system. Is preparing a report for the President.
January 13, 1800 Enclosed Report from Secretary of War John Adams Congress of the United States President John Adams sends the Congress a copy of a report made by the Secretary of War, James McHenry, regarding various military affairs.
July 16, 1794 Requests Report on Damage to Winter Harbor on Delaware River Tench Coxe Henry Knox Requests report on injury to the winter harbor on the Delaware River.
September 1, 1796 Major Burbeck's report on Michilimackinac Henry Burbeck [not available] Major Burbeck makes report on the fort and facilities received from the British at Michilimackinac. Report cover the barracks, the fort, the store house, the powder magazine; the government house, the Council Room, the bake house, the stables, the Commandant's Garden, and the Subaltern's Garden.
May 23, 1799 Defer the Report of Condemned Shot David Ford Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon's letter to J. J. Laeschky has come to hand but he is so ill that there is no expectation of recovery but Ford and Brinkerhoff are still interested in the contract with the public.Therefore, they are surprised at the lack of acquiescence in Hodgdon's report of condemned shot in New York and Elizabeth Town. They want him to defer his report until they have an opportunity to answer more...
April 10, 1793 Captain Cooper's report as evidence of claim of pay William Blount Henry Knox Blount sends copies of his order to Captain James Cooper and his report of the month of August 1791 as evidence of claim of pay.
January 6, 1800 Report on the National Armory James McHenry Thomas Jefferson McHenry transmits a report of the expenses of the National Armory at Springfield, Massachusetts.
March 20, 1800 Report on Improvements to Military System William Pinkney James McHenry Glad to hear he was included on the Report to the President regarding Great Britain's military system. Believed the improvements suggested by McHenry would foster improvement within the system. Compliments on good explanation, requested McHenry write him in friendship when time allows correspondence.
August 9, 1784 Letters and Report Enclosed Charles Thomson [not available] Encloses resolutions form July 26 and April 27, as well as a report of a committee.
June 30, 1797 Report of the Secretary of War to the President in Report of the Secretary of War, Accompanying a Confidential Message from the President of the United States. James McHenry [not available] Cover letter detailing contents of report regarding the causes of Indian attacks and murder on Western frontier. Report contains extracts of letter from various military officials and Governor Gayoso de Lemos.
January 13, 1800 Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a Report of the Secretary of War, On certain measures which appear to him to be necessary for the improvement of our Military System. John Adams [not available] Official report addressing recommendations for improving the U.S. military. Argued for a well funded standing army.