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February 16, 1796 Notification of Returns John Davis Samuel Hodgdon Returns of Quartermaster stores to be delivered.
January 18, 1793 Invoice of Stores Received Isaac Craig Henry Knox Encloses return of ordnance and military stores. Mentions Major Burbeck. Has made return of Quarter Master stores to Colonel O'Hara.
November 5, 1786 Stores for West Point William Price Henry Knox Price has contracted thirty cords of wood thus far and sends an estimate for wood for the winter, anticipating higher prices. Price arranged an inspection of barrels of powder which were in New Windsor and has made a return. He encloses a return of ordnance and quartermasters stores. Mr. Morrow has been discharged.
November 6, 1788 Forwarding Receipt for Uniforms William Price Henry Knox Agreeable to Knox's request, Price forwards receipts for 134 suits of uniforms. Sends returns for ordnance and quartermasters stores for July through October. Reports damage due to structures on Constitution Island due to strong winds.
May 4, 1787 Forwarding of Ordnance and Stores Returns William Price Henry Knox Forwards various ordnance and stores records, along with an account of stores sold to James Manon.
March 31, 1789 Return of Ordnance and Quartermasters Stores William Price Henry Knox Sends return of ordnance and quartermaster stores for the month of March care of Timothy Ketcham.
December 16, 1796 Bills and Vouchers Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig forwards vouchers of issues of provisions to Hodgdon along with a general return of stores.
July 7, 1788 Stores and Wagons William Price Henry Knox Following the instructions in Knox's letter of June 9, Price has delivered to Mrs. Randal the articles she wanted, to the amount of one pound sixteen shillings. Wagons can be easily procured; Price asks how many two horse wagons are allowed the company and whether they must be hired by the day. Price sends by the bearer, Ensign Jefferd, returns of ordnance and quartermasters stores for June.
October 8, 1787 Return of Ordnance and Quartermaster Stores William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that the returns of ordnance and quartermaster stores for the month of September 1787 have been forwarded by Mr. Ketchum.
April 25, 1800 Abstracts of Stores Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig sends abstracts of stores to Samuel Hodgdon, notes some errors in previous invoices and returns.
March 5, 1790 Forwarding Returns of Ordnance and Stores William Price Henry Knox Forwards the Returns of Ordnance and Quartermaster Stores for the month of February to the Secretary at War.
December 9, 1796 Bills, Stores Shipped, Returns of Stores Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig acknowledges the receipt of money from Hodgdon. Craig informs Hodgdon that a general return of ordinance, hospital stores, and quartermaster stores has been forwarded to the Secretary at War.
March 2, 1789 Engaging a Cooper from Boston William Price Henry Knox Price submits returns of ordnance and quartermasters stores for February. There is a cooper in Boston, formerly a sergeant in Colonel Crane's regiment, who wants to reenlist. West Point is in need of a cooper who is in the permanent employ of the government. Price asks if he should be engaged for one, two, or three years; he will send for the cooper as soon as Knox replies. A cooper is needed by...
July 2, 1789 Hired a Cooper, Airing the Powder William Price Henry Knox Price received Knox's letter of June 5. He has begun airing the powder and engaged a cooper at the rate of 3 pounds per month and one ration per day. He was unable to hire a cooper until June 22. Price has engaged hoop poles, which will need to be paid three months from the date he hired the cooper. He encloses returns of ordnance and quartermasters stores.
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.
June 4, 1788 Enclosed Returns and Receipts, Order in Favor of James Morrow, Account of Captain Molly William Price Henry Knox Encloses returns of ordnance and quartermasters stores. Also sends duplicate receipts for the $146 for the transportation of men and stores from New York to Pennsylvania. Price has drawn an order on Knox in favor of James Morrow for $65. Also included is an account for the maintenance of Captain Molly for forty-eight weeks, to be presented by Mrs. Randal who is currently taking care of her.
June 2, 1789 Requests Permission to Begin Airing Powder William Price Henry Knox Price would like to begin airing the powder by the 15th of the month. West Point is in need of a cooper and four thousan hoop poles to complete the process of airing the powder and putting it into barrels. If there were any way to avoid hiring a cooper, Price would not ask to hire one, but there is no man at his post who knows how to set a hoop. Price believes that if he can start by the 15th and...
February 2, 1789 Box of Clothing Received William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that he has received the box of clothing agreeable to the invoice.
December 31, 1796 I Need Additional Pay to Support Myself, Etc. Michael G. Houdin Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a discussion of a number of supply matters, Houdin entreats Hodgdon to make his case before Congress for additional pay without which he will find it difficult to support himself. He also wants Hodgdon to forward his salary for the previoius three monthd of the current year.
October 31, 1799 Returns of clothing and quarter master stores John F. Gordon Samuel Hodgdon Encloses two returns of clothing and quarter master stores wanted for the 15th Regiment of Infantry. States that there are considerable deficiencies of shirts and woolen overalls, a problem as the weather gets colder.
August 25, 1792 Return of Stores John Stagg Isaac Craig Secretary of War is absent for few days. Letter and returns received at Pittsburg last post.
January 4, 1790 Clothing Recieved, Returns Enclosed William Price Henry Knox Captain Conklin delivered the boxes and cask of clothing to Peekskill, it was brought the rest of the way by Mr. Garrison's sloop. Price forwards in the care of Doctor Hayward the returns of ordnance and quartermasters stores for December 1789. Price repeats his request from December 2, asking that the General send an order for the delivery of articles expended in the public service in the past...
February 15, 1793 A Report on Returns of Ordnance, Clothing and Stores Isaac Craig Henry Knox Reports on returns of ordnance, clothing and stores.
February 8, 1787 Ordnance & Stores William Price Henry Knox Informs Knox of the state of his quartermaster stores and ordnance, along with the various orders he has placed with contractors to replace items that are in short supply.
February 4, 1796 Clothing Return Jonathan Meigs Samuel Hodgdon Clothing stores at Fort Washington accounted for in detail.