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August 14, 1800 Medicine, Medical Supplies to Detachment at Winchester, Virginia Doctor Charles Brown Samuel Hodgdon Letter, discusses medicine and medical supplies. Sent an assortment of medicine to Major Cass detachment at Winchester Virginia. The apothecary will not like methods of making returns. Will need more medicine before winter. House is partly finished and wishes to see Hodgdon at Harpers Ferry.
September 14, 1792 Report on Return of Deficient Articles Isaac Craig Henry Knox Craig makes reference to Colonel Hodgdon's report on the return of deficient articles of stores. He suggests that in the hurry of business, some articles may have escaped his attention. Craig encloses return of stores delivered on recent wagon loads.
August 16, 1797 Return and an Assurance of Due Diligence Richard Parker Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed in the letter is a return of the stores on hand and those delivered, including overalls, coats and blankets for two sick soldiers as well as medicine; the second paragraph of the letter addresses Hodgdon's displeasure with Parker's failure to send a return previously. Parker contends that he handed the letter with the return to a driver and that when he comes to Philadelphia he will...
March 21, 1799 Request for Issue of Medicine for Western Army James McHenry John Harris Directs shipment of medicine earmarked for "the Western Army."
August 12, 1799 Return of Medicine Hospital Stores &c in the Hospital Store at Natches Unknown Author [not available] Return of Medicine Hospital Stores &c in the Hospital Store at Natchez.
February 22, 1799 Notification of Medicine Shipment for Fort Mifflin Troops James McHenry John Harris Notifies that medicine is being purchased for Fort Mifflin garrison, directs that it be forwarded to them when it arrives.
August 4, 1799 Return of Medicine Hospital Stores at Natchez Unknown Author [not available] A return of the medicine hospital stores, etc. for the hospital store at Natchez.
November 23, 1798 Medicine Purchased for the Army Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon discusses the medicine purchased by the late Dr. Watrous. Hodgdon wants to arrange for this medicine to be made available to the army.
August 6, 1799 Delivery of Medicine and Store Chest James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicine for the 7th Regiment of Infantry in Richmond, Virginia.
August 12, 1799 Delivery of Medicine and Stores Chest James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver medicine to 12th Regiment in New York.
November 14, 1791 Return of stores forwarded to Pittsburg. [not available] [not available] Return of military clothing and equipment forwarded to Pittsburg, to include woolen overalls, shoes, shirts, lead in pigs, drums, drum cases, drum carriages, drum sticks, medicine chest.
June 30, 1791 Documents and Supplies to be Forwarded Isaac Craig Henry Knox Documents and packages enclosed to be forwarded.
April 8, 1799 Request for Issue of Medicine to Fort Mifflin James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of medicine to garrison of Fort Mifflin.
June 7, 1793 Secretary of War Requests Return of Military Supplies John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Secretary of War requests that Hodgdon furnish a return of military and quartermaster stores which have been sent to Pittsburg for current year and what remains to be forwarded. Advise whether medicine chests have been forwarded. Henry Knox is writing to General Wayne and wishes to inform by tomorrow's post.
May 25, 1798 Request for Issue of Medicine to Troops at Spring Garden James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of medicine for use of troops at Spring Garden.
October 29, 1800 Simmons Writes Smith to Notify Him of His Remuneration for Medicine William Simmons Doctor Joseph Smith Dr. Smith is being given $19 compensation, after taxes, for administration of medicine to Lieutenant Noland's Recruiting Party.
August 8, 1799 Request for Issue of Medicine for 10th Infantry James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of medicine to 10th Infantry.
August 31, 1792 Knox Recommends Medicine for Washington's Nephew Henry Knox George Washington Discusses medicine for Washington's nephew. Hopes that antipertussis may the same beneficial effect on his nephew as it has had in many other cases. He sends by Mr. Seagrove, express, two more bottles.
December 1, 1798 Medicine for the Troops Samuel Hodgdon Commanding Officer, Fort Johnson A box containing medicine for the troops at Fort Johnson has been transported.
May 3, 1799 Reports Medicine and Hospital Stores Sent to Fort Massac with Directions Timothy Banger Isaac Craig Received letter about medicine and hospital stores marked Fort Massac and West Florida. The Secretary of War suggests the whole supply be sent to Fort Massac. The commanding officer there should wait for more direction from General Wilkins about what to keep there and what to send out to the various posts. Requests that he write to the commanding officer of Mississippi to inform him of the...
May 22, 1798 Request for Issue of Medicine to Fort Mifflin Garrison James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of medicine to Maj. Tousard's garrison at Fort Mifflin. Tousard acknowledges forwarding of the same.
August 2, 1799 Request to deliver medicine chests to John Wilkins for the Eighth Regiment of Infantry [not available] John Harris Letter, directs delivery of medicine chests for the 8th Regiment of Infantry.
October 23, 1800 Military Stores Hospital Supplies George Dill Samuel Hodgdon Return of medicine wanted for the hospital at Fort Mifflin. Postscript by William MacRae indicates doctors' approval. Postscript by Samuel Hodgdon indicates that the Secretary of War approves.
August 7, 1799 Request for Issue of Medicine to 11th Infantry at Elizabethtown [not available] John Harris Directs issue of medicine purchased for the 11th Infantry, at Elizabethtown, New Jersey.
August 28, 1800 Clothing Should Not be Sent to Any One Captain, Etc. Daniel Jackson Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a discussion of supply matters, Jackson recommends that clothing not be sent on the return of any one captain in his battalion until the return of the whole is sent together. If any single captain procures his clothing before the others it causes murmering and dissension from his companions.