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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 17, 1794 Much Wanted Sundries, Etc. Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon The horsemen have moved on, accompanied by Governor Howell, to New Town.
May 15, 1798 Return of Sundries Shipped by George Fleming George Fleming [not available] Return of sundries shipped by George Fleming by order of Samuel Hodgdon on board the sloop "Eliza," John Harrison, Master, and consigned to Melancton Smith, merchant in New York.
January 20, 1797 Sundries Received by the Builder of the Frigate for the Mediterranean Service Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed return of sundries received from the contractor, James Hackett, for the construction of a frigate built for Mediterranean service. Notification that Hackett gave a receipt to Jacob Sheafe, naval agent, for the timber; plank, and bearings.
April 3, 1799 Sundries Purchased for McPherson's Family [not available] Michael Gunkle McPherson submits an account listing sums spent on sundry articles for his family on the expedition to Northampton.
May 13, 1795 Accounts of the Frigate as well as a Return Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon The letter mentions receipt of form for keeping the account of the Frigate. The letter also encloses Quincy's return between December 20th 1794 and April 30th 1795, along with a memo of sundries which had been placed in the yard.
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.
October 17, 1800 Request for Sundries from General James Wilkinson Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, discusses request for sundries from General James Wilkinson for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Infantry Regiments.
August 23, 1798 Received Invoice for Fort Mifflin Samuel Hopes Samuel Hodgdon Hopes received the invoice for sundries at Fort Mifflin.
August 20, 1800 Purchase of Sundries for the Factory at Tellico Purveyor's Office Samuel Dexter According to instruction, requests $3500 to purchase sundries for the Factory at Tellico.
September 26, 1800 Transportation of Supplies Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig No returns for clothing supplied to troops in Pittsburgh are in hand. Arms and military supplies are en route for Craig. Reminded Craig of amount forwarded for Turner's sundries. Requested cost of transportation be placed to Hodgdon's credit. Sec. of War still sick.
October 11, 1794 Invoice of Sundries forwarded for the use of the President Samuel Hodgdon Richard Parker Invoice of sundries forwarded for the use of the President of the United States, October 11, 1794, signed by Samuel Hodgdon.
October 17, 1800 Return of Ordnance Stores and Clothing Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig forwards a general return of ordinance stores and clothing to Samuel Hodgdon.
September 30, 1786 Monies advanced to soldiers of the Maryland line Joseph Howell John White Enclosed is the return of monies advanced to soldiers of the Maryland line with a Certificate given the State by sundries of the Hazen Rgiment and Lee's Legion. Also included are papers related to Jacob Lyons and James Dyer which, along with the "Blue Book," were left by the recipient in the Author's office.
November 6, 1799 Receipt for Two Tumbrils and One Traveling Forge [not available] [not available] William Bass for John Harris received of Frederick Rupp two trumbills and one traveling forge said to contain sundries agreeable to invoice received at Reading of Lieutenant House of Captain Elliott's Company.
June 18, 1798 Sundries to be Forwarded to the Troops at West Point Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Enclosed is a bill of lading for articles that are to be forwarded to the commanding officer of the troops at West Point.
May 13, 1795 Memorandum of sundries delivered at the Portsmouth Navy Yard Edmund H. Quincy [not available] Memorandum of sundries delivered at the yard before the 20th December 1794 as received by the constructor of the Frigate building in Portsmouth New Hampshire received and entered May 20th, 1795.
December 21, 1799 Shot and Clothing Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Discusses clothing and other articles. Shot bring produced at Hope's furnace but not yet in sufficient quantities. Mentions vessels headed to Savannah, on which articles can be forwarded.
March 19, 1785 Registers for certificates to sundries of New Jersey Line Joseph Howell James Mott Encloses copy of registers. Believes that those noted as "transferred to Jersey Brigade" were of the Line of New Jersey as Colonel Spencer's Regiment.
September 20, 1800 Sundries to be Delivered for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Infantry Regiments Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Sundries to be delivered to John Wilikins, Quarter Master General for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Infantry Regiments.
July 31, 1795 Administration of the Estates of Deceased Soldiers William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $131.90 is due John Lalor, administrator to the estates of the 1st U.S. Regiment being his account for sundries furnished prior to their deaths and for costs of administering.
May 31, 1800 Abstract from William Simmons of sundries purchased William Simmons [not available] Abstract from William Simmons of sundries purchased by Jeremiah Wadsworth and delivered to Lt. James Gordon, Quartermaster of 13th Regiment of Infantry
February 25, 1800 Request that Major Tousard be supplied with sundries James McHenry John Wilkins, Jr. Tousard has been charged by General Alexander Hamilton with certain duties relative to formation of a code of exercise, maneuver and regulations of the Artillery Corps. He has hired an office for himself and his assistants. McHenry asks that Quarter Master General provide support as required.
March 16, 1785 Account of Lieutenant Nathaniel Lawrence of North Carolina Line Joseph Howell Ebenezer Jackson Jackson sends copy of account of Lieutenant Nathaniel Lawrence of North Carolina Line, settled at the Treasury. Also sends account of sundries received by Officers of North Carolina Line from the Quarter Master General Department.
March 17, 1797 Enclosed Return Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed general return of commissary stores. Noted Mrs. Butler dangerously ill.
October 21, 1799 Return of Supplies James McHenry John Harris Orders to take back defective sundries issued.