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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 5, 1791 Return of the New Contractor's Provisions on Hand A. Hunt Samuel Hodgdon A return of the provisions on hand at Fort Washington belonging to Elijah Williams, Contractor, as of the 5th of November 1791.
July 20, 1800 Return for fresh provisions for the Brig Sophia John Smith [not available] Stores, return for fresh provisions for the Brig Sophia.
October 20, 1797 Deserting Assistants and Provisions Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig sorry Hodgdon was deserted by his assistants, hoped that the upcoming season will bring health back to Philadelphia and induce them to return to the city. Waggoners in need of money for return travel, provisions arrived late, Craig will attend to them with all expediency.
July 21, 1800 Return of the fresh provisions for the brig Sophia Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, directs the issue of provisions for Brig Sophia.
October 20, 1797 Provisions Isaac Craig James McHenry J. Park noted that several requisitions mentioned by McHenry were received. Col. O'Hara will call on McHenry regarding provisions.
February 20, 1796 Banking Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Bank notes, wages owed Clark, and return of articles noted. Price of provisions addressed, Holt requested a reduction for the benefit of the people.
April 23, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons discusses the accounting for public provisions and forage with the Secretary at War.
October 26, 1797 Receipts for Return of Ordnance to be Submitted to Congress Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Preparing return of ordnance stores for Congress, requests return of stores on hand at Craig's post. Illness in city is nearly gone, effects not nearly as bad as those of 1793. Receipt of T. Martin lost, requests a duplicate receipt.
August 26, 1796 Financial Documents Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed vouchers of provisions issued to militia, will include expenditures for the third quarter by the next post.
June 17, 1796 Documentation of Supplies Received Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Post notes received, more details on packages and supplies not contained on return noted. Craig asks several questions regarding submission of proper return.
June 28, 1796 Return on Provisions Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig CITATION only. Craig to Hodgdon, 07/08/1796. [Major Isaac Craig explains a newly prepared return on provisions to Samuel Hodgdon.]
November 24, 1797 Transportation of Provisions Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Hamilton's wagons arrived under direction of D. Buchanan, who was given money for his return trip. Packages to be forwarded to Massac, but unsure if shipment is whole, therefore requests list of supplies and provisions to go to Massac.
January 3, 1799 Returns from the Post at Pittsburgh Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig soon expects to transmit a return for the period through 1798 but those of the Commissary Department he is particularly anxious to settle. So far he has not been able to obtain the vouchers for issues at Marietta. The provisions at that post are charged to Joseph Buel who was recommended by the commander, Colonel Sproat.
September 7, 1795 Return for August and Constructor Receipt for the Same Time Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed with the letter is Quincy's return for August 1795 as well as James Hackett's receipt for articles delivered from July 31st to August 31st 1795.
April 28, 1797 General Returns and Transportation of Indian Goods and Cavalry Equipment Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon General return of stores enclosed. Mentioned the labor that was invested in its production and asked that Hodgdon forward it to the Secretary of War. Hamilton and Martin arrived with Indian goods and cavalry equipment which will be forwarded to Fort Washington.
August 20, 1797 Informing Secretary of War of unwholesome and offensive provisions Isaac Guion James McHenry Reports unwholesome state of provisions. Purchased beef from some local contractors. Requests money to pay.
June 3, 1796 Compensation and Payment of Accounts Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Requested attention to drafts to be made on accounts, noted lack of money available to settle accounts due to expenses of contractors and transportation of provisions. Enclosed general return of stores.
June 5, 1795 Quincy's Return for May Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Quincy encloses his return for May 1795, as well as James Hackett's constructor's receipt for sundries delivered to him by Quincy from December 20th 1794 to April 30th 1795. Quincy states he made an error in the amount of white oak timber delivered to Hackett.
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...
October 4, 1799 Shipment of Provisions Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Does not have documents requested on hand. Notification that provisions to be delivered with quantities listed, clothing to be forwarded to Fort Wayne immediately.
April 28, 1795 Transportation of Provisions B Strother John Mills If the boats are not back in time to transport provisions, Strother asks that the goods be sent by pack horse.
December 9, 1796 Travel on Ohio River Isaac Craig James McHenry Enclosed general return of ordnance, Quartermaster, and Hospital stores and clothing . Weather conditions on the Ohio river have prevented over 100 boats at various locations from descending the river.
June 10, 1796 Transportation of Goods and Settlement of Accounts Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Letter to Col. Meigs received, will be forwarded by boat with Quartermaster's stores.
November 27, 1794 Supplying the Maryland militia Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue requests that a remittance of $7-8000 be made to George Gale, Supervisor of Maryland, for the purpose of supplying the Maryland division of the militia with provisions as they return from the westward.
November 21, 1794 Outlines Plans to Return Divisions Tench Coxe Henry Knox Outlines plan to return New Jersey divisions, under the direction of Mr. Hunt, Mr. Gates, and Mr. Harrington. Pennsylvania division was overseen by General Miller and Colonel Biddle. Requests numbers of each subdivision, particularly the Pennsylvania divisions, and their locations and commanders, and information about provisions, rations, etc.