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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 13, 1800 McHenry's Resignation James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry informs Hamilton that he submitted his resignation to President Adams on May 6, 1800. His resignation will take effect on June 1st so that he can brief his successor in the interim.
September 18, 1800 Simmons Informs Darling That No Pay May Be Received After a Resignation is Submitted William Simmons Timothy Darling Simmons received a letter from Darling dated the 5th of September which suggested that Darling felt he deserved pay after submitting his resignation. Simmons notes that his resignation was accepted on the 21st of January, and there were no situations where an officer received pay after having submitted his resignation and having it approved, and thus Darling does not warrant any additional pay.
February 20, 1788 Resignation of Captain Gibbon John Pierce James Gibbon Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding the resignation of Captain Gibbon.
May 7, 1800 Acceptance of McHenry's Resignation John Adams James McHenry Adams approves of the requests in McHenry's letter of the previous day, ie, McHenry's resignation from office of the Secretary of War.
May 20, 1800 Resignation as chief clerk of the War Department John Caldwell James McHenry In light of McHenry's resignation as Secretary of War, Caldwell also announces his resignation as chief clerk of the War Department.
December 26, 1791 Burnham asks Stagg to forward his resignation John Burnham John Stagg Letter, asks for forward of Burnham's resignation.
April 21, 1800 Resignation of Capt. Babbit Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice The resignation of Capt. Babbit is accepted and his pay and emoluments will cease on May 15 next. He should be so informed.
June 11, 1798 Letters regarding resignation of Jonathan Meigs James Wilkinson Return Jonathan Meigs Wilkinson confirms Meigs' resignation. He had hoped to see Meigs to say goodbye, and regrets that he was unable to do so.
May 25, 1798 Notification of Receipt of Letters, Resignation of Lieut. Discussed James McHenry James Wilkinson Discussed resignation of Lieut, receipt of documents from various officers. Request for clothing and medical supplies.
April 8, 1800 Lt. Flagg's Resignation Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Lt. Flagg's resignation has been accepted and he should be so notified. Hamilton wants to be informed of the time Flagg receives his notice.
December 6, 1799 Accepting Hunt's resignation James McHenry Robert Hunt McHenry apologizes for forgetting to mention it in his previous dispatch but notes that the President has accepted Hunt's resignation of his commission.
May 20, 1800 Resignation as chief clerk of the War Department James McHenry John Caldwell Acknowledges Caldwell's letter of resignation as chief clerk of the War Department. Expresses a wish that Caldwell would have suspended his decision until meeting McHenry's successor - Samuel Dexter. Notwithstanding this objection, McHenry accepts Caldwell's resignation.
August 22, 1799 Resignation of Lieutenant Church Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice "I have just received a letter from the Secretary of War in which he informs me that the resignation of Lieutenant Samuel W. Church of your regiment is accepted. You will please to signify the same to Lieutenant Church and inform me when he actually receives the notice."
May 13, 1800 Resignation as Secretary of War James McHenry Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Letter to Major General Charles Cotesworth Pinckney concerning McHenry's resignation as Secretary of War, effective June 1.
October 13, 1786 Resignation of Major Gibbons John Pierce Major Gibbons The Commissioner of Army Accounts has applied to Generals St. Clair and Irvine respecting Major Gibbon's resignation.
May 19, 1800 Explanation of McHenry's Resignation from Office of Secretary of War James McHenry Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Concerning the prospects of a Jeffersonian victory in 1800. McHenry also explains some of the general circumstances which led to his resignation.
March 17, 1800 Resignation of Lt. W. Church Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice The Secretary of War has informed Hamilton that the resignation of Lt. W. Church was accepted, Col. Hunnewell should notify Lt. Church of the acceptance.
December 5, 1800 Resignation of the Secretary of the Treasury, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig laments the destruction of the War Office by fire and the resignation of the Secretary of the Treasury.
May 10, 1800 Resignation of Capt. Thomas Chandler Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice The President has accepted the resignation of Capt. Thomas Chandler, expressing his regret that circumstances should make it necessary for him to retire from the Army.
March 23, 1800 Resignation of Capt. Babbit Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Lt. Col. Rice conveys Capt. Erasmus Babbit's request to resign his commission and recommends that the resignation be accepted by the Secretary of War.
May 26, 1800 On his resignation as chief clerk John Stagg James McHenry In light of recent rumors that McHenry had pressured Stagg into resigning as chief clerk in order to promote his brother-in-law to the position, McHenry had asked Stagg to formally renounce any truth behind the rumor. Stagg responds by stating unequivocally that McHenry did not cause his resignation, blaming his state of health instead.
March 16, 1800 Resignation of Lt. Flagg, Etc. Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Rice reluctantly encloses the resignation of Lt. Flagg whom he considered a promising officer but while waiting for the approval of his resignation Flagg pays little attention to his company for which he deserves condemnation. Also addressed contractor's price for provisions and doesn't believe an auditor in Philadelphia could accurately decide justifiable cost of supplies.
May 26, 1800 Stagg Assures McHenry That He Had Nothing to Do With Stagg's Resignation John Stagg James McHenry Stagg assures McHenry that he felt only kindness and indulgence from him as an employer, especially during "a long and unavoidable absence." States that McHenry's words or actions had nothing to do with his [Stagg's] resignation, citing rather poor health and the seeking of a better opportunity with which to support his family.
February 15, 1793 Acceptance of Putnam's Resignation Henry Knox Rufus Putnam Knox conveys the President's reluctant acceptance of General Putnam's resignation and thanks the general for his successful pacification of the Wabash Indians.
December 22, 1800 Letter of resignation Samuel Dexter William Barnwell This letter accepts the resignation of Dr. William Barnwell as Surgeon's Mate in the service of the United States.