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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 15, 1797 Request for Change of Residence James McHenry Josiah Fox Letter, asks for Fox to change residence.
January 13, 1799 List of North Carolinians Applying for Army Commissions William Davies [not available] Lists men by name, desired rank, and county or town of residence; includes brief remarks about the applicants.
March 16, 1793 Regarding Claims, Payments, Residence on Banks of Monongahela River Isaac Craig Thomas Forrest Discusses advances, certificates, payments and claims. Anticipates pleasure of Forest's company. Endeavors to render residence on banks of Monongahela River as agreeable as possible.
March 25, 1800 Cover Letter of Supporting Documents on Refugee Status John Torrey James McHenry Explains that his health and remote residence are the reason why his request for compensation offered by Congress to refugees from Canada is submitted so late.
March 24, 1800 [Deposition of Mattias Halsted to John Halsted residence in Quebec in Canada] John Halsted James McHenry Noted John Halsted and the "greatest and best manufacturer of flour in the said province [of Quebec]". Detailed his places of residence.
May 28, 1799 Enlisting None But Native Citizens James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Hamilton reaffirms his commitment to enlisting none but native citizens or naturalized foreigners in to the Army. The criterion should be residence prior to the Revolution or the ability to present a certificate of naturalization.
October 31, 1792 McGillivray's Loyalty & Taking Up Residence Among the Creeks Henry Knox James Seagrove Knox warns that the loyalty of McGillivray should be monitored since he appears to be making overtures to the Spanish. He strongly recommends that Seagrove or other agents take up residence among the Creeks.
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.
September 24, 1799 Certification of payment; Private Carrington Smith, detachment of infantry stationed at Niagara William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $46.44 to Private Carrington Smith, detachment of infantry stationed at Niagara New York, for pay and subsistence, some for period traveling from Niagara to place of residence.
July 23, 1799 Certification of payment; Private John Gardner, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $9.93 to Private John Gardner, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers, for pay, subsistence, and travel expenses from West Point to Philadelphia, his place of residence.
January 21, 1800 Certification of payment; Sergeant Daniel Cook, 2d Regiment of Infantry for traveling from Presque Isle to Shapleigh in the Province of Maine William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $33.24 to Sergeant Daniel Cook, 2d Regiment of Infantry for traveling from Presque Isle to Shapleigh in the Province of Maine, the place of his residence.
January 1, 1798 In response to fraudulent claims for bounty lands James McHenry [not available] Addresses fraudulent claims by officers and soldiers from the old Continental Army for obtaining bounty lands. McHenry now requires that all claims be forwarded to the War Office on or before January 1, 1799, so that the claims may be strictly examined.
February 4, 1801 Certification of payment; William Small, Paymaster and Store Keeper, Harpers Ferry Virginia William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $104.20 to William Small, Paymaster and Store Keeper, Harpers Ferry Virginia, [now WV], for pay, rations, transportation of tools to his place of residence, travel expenses, and for vellum and paper for making plans.
March 15, 1799 Recruiting Instructions Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton transmits his Recruiting Instructions, including some alterations and additions, and agrees that the residence of the Pay Master General should be established according to the orders of General Washington.
June 23, 1788 Enclosed Appointment of Colonel Martin Henry Knox Edmund Randolph Col. Joseph Martin appointed agent for Cherokee nation, enclosed appointment must be transmitted by Randolph to Martin.
April 15, 1792 Retirement and Appointment M. Gist Henry Knox Discussed familial obligation of a captain and the appointment of another to take his place.
June 28, 1789 Winslow buttresses his qualifications for appointment to Knox Samuel Winslow Henry Knox Letter, asks for federal appointment.
March 12, 1799 Requests Names of People Involved in Prisoner Rescue James McHenry William Nichols Requests names of people arrested in connection with the rescue of prisoners, complete with information about residence, civil authority, and militia experience.
November 9, 1793 Accounts for Protection of Virginia Frontier Henry Knox Henry Lee Knox was unaware of what accounts to draw money from as Philadelphia was in a state of upheaval due to illness and War Dept. organization was unclear.
November 13, 1795 Conveyance for a Poor Fellow Found Unfit for Duty Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon A fellow discharged for being unfit for duty has his residence in North Carolina. The Secretary of War will pay for his passage to that State if conveyance can be found. Are there any vessels bound there?
June 23, 1788 Pay and Pension for Invalids Joseph Howell Arthur Lee Invalids at West Point were discharged in accordance with Act of Congress. Money advanced to the invalids was sent to the state of their residence. This advanced pay was supposed to be superseded by a pension rather than in addition to it. Claim of John Wilson is inadmissible.
May 10, 1797 Enclosed Receipts Ross Bird William Simmons Bird enclosed receipts of his company, Bird requested his account credited. Capt. Porter informed Bird as one among several officers who received six months pay and subsistance. Bird explained the circumstances for drawing the sum as due to his travel to Philadelphia, far from his residence in North Carolina and believed his pay was justified.
September 23, 1793 Communication Between Philadelphia, New York, & Baltimore, Etc. Benjamin Bankson Thomas Jefferson The Letters which you will receive herewith are all that have come to the Office since your departure. I have not yet received an answer from Genl. Moylan. His residence is in Chester County 30 miles from this City, and out of the post road, so that I fear your Letter and one I have written him have miscarried. Mr. Biddle’s Commission will expire the 26th. inst.—and from your instructions “that...
October 22, 1788 Regarding a pension for Edward Whelan Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Whelan could not expect a pension were he to apply. The Act of Congress requires residence in the state from which it is drawn.
August 1793 Dandridge communicates the directions of the President to Knox B. Dandridge Henry Knox Letter, advises Knox re meeting at President's residence.