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June 9, 1798 Letter to the Secretary at War George Salmon James McHenry In this letter George Salmon asks the Secretary at War to give special consideration to promoting his son, Ensign George Salmon.
September 25, 1798 George Salmon on Maryland's Congressional Elections of 1798 George Salmon James McHenry George Salmon surveys the impending Congressional elections of 1798 in Maryland for James McHenry. Salmon notes that "party spirit rages every where and with great violence." He also says that "parties [presumably party politics] are beyond anything ever before known." According to Salmon, "the election begins next Monday and disagreeable consequences may be expected" in Maryland. Salmon calls...
July 31, 1798 Letter to the Secretary at War George Salmon James McHenry In this letter George Salmon conveys to the Secretary at War the public reaction to a dinner given on behalf of Colonel Howard. Those not invited to the dinner have taken offense.
June 9, 1798 Requests Info about Bank of Baltimore Stocks; Reports Son's Army Activity George Salmon James McHenry Refers to previous purchase of stock with the Bank of Baltimore. Reports that son George is not as anxious to quit the army because of the change in his seniors, although it remains difficult.
October 7, 1798 Report from George Salmon to James McHenry on Maryland's Congressional Elections of 1798 George Salmon James McHenry Salmon discusses the Maryland Congressional elections of 1798 with James McHenry. Smith's interest among mechanics and militia will surmount all opposition. All merchants and people of fortune made every exertion much to their credit. Salmon notes that all that was required of him was his vote and private support. He notes astonishment at the numbers who would not interest themselves, even...
August 14, 1792 Transmission of Petitions & Vouchers of Men Desiring Placement on Pension List Henry Knox Jeremiah Wadsworth Transmits petitions and vouchers of two men, Eliphalet Easton and Salmon Burr, who wish to be placed on the U.S. pension list.
October 17, 1797 Request for Account Information or Refund William Simmons George Salmon Money advanced to Salmon for pay of regiment called up to suppress an insurrection in the Western counties of Pennsylvania. The money that was issued to Col Carlisle's regiment of Maryland militia and Major Lynn's battalion of Virginia militia must be refunded to War Office since no vouchers were transmitted to Treasurer to exonerate Salmon. Col. Nevill was furnished with corrections to attend...
October 4, 1798 Baggage Expenses; Extracts of Various Letters George Salmon James McHenry Submits expense report for transportation of baggage. Outlines their baggage needs during a campaign. Includes extracts from the Baltimore Intelligencer, a letter from Mr. Hindman, Charles Carroll, George Salmon, and Samuel Chase to McHenry on various topics.
October 2, 1799 Cited letter or document, Salmon to James McHenry Salmon James McHenry Letter, Citation only
October 5, 1799 Enclosed Check to Complete Payment James McHenry Unknown Author Enclosed payment to settle account.
July 31, 1798 Reports Poor Conduct of Col. Howard George Salmon James McHenry Reports disappointing conduct of Colonel Howard, although the newspaper reports will probably not affect his congressional election.
July 5, 1796 Pay of Discharged Men Peter Hagner James McHenry Hagner certifies that the following discharged men are to be paid a total of $149.98 to be divided according to length of service.
December 28, 1798 Reprehensible & Vindictive Behavior of Mr. Smith, Etc. James McHenry Robert Oliver Among other topics, McHenry assures Oliver that he approves of his conduct and finds the behavior of Robert Smith highly reprehensible.
July 14, 1795 Concerning delayed pay William Simmons Decius Wadsworth Informs Captain Wadsworth that his pay has been delayed due to his movement from New London to West Point.
May 31, 1796 Treaty wih the Seven Nations of Canada Abraham Ogden [not available] A Treaty held at the City of New York with Nations or Tribes of Indians denominating themselves the Seven Nations of Canada.
April 8, 1787 Delivery of Shirts & Shoes, Congressional Deliberations, and Illegally Sold Powder Henry Knox Jeremiah Wadsworth Asks that Wadsworth go ahead and deliver the troops' shoes and shirts that he had planned to, and promises that he will be paid. Asks if Wadsworth will consent to take on additional warrants. Notes that "the subject of the troops" is before Congress, but that nothing has been decided yet. Thanks Wadsworth for information on damaged powder; believes "capital error" caused the damage. Asks that...
April 7, 1800 Duplicate Returns (issued) of QM Stores [not available] [not available] Return for sundry articles wanting in the Quartermaster's Department at the post of Southwest Point. Documents note return of wagon wheels and ploughs for the use of the Cherokee Nation.
November 12, 1800 Duplicate Returns Issued in the Month of October for the Quarter Masters' Stores [not available] [not available] Returns issued in month of October Department of War in Tennessee at Southwest Point post
March 12, 1800 Duplicate Returns for the Quarter Master Stores in February 1800 [not available] [not available] Returns of Quartermaster stores for month of February 1800 from the War Department of Tennessee, specifically at Southwest Point. Includes an order for black velvet for making a pall.
February 1800 Arrangement of Officers Regimentally Alexander Hamilton [not available] Enclosure - List of names of regiments in infantry with each man's rank.
October 31, 1799 Field & Staff Officers of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Regiments Alexander Hamilton James McHenry "I have the honor to send you the arrangement which has been proposed by General Wilkinson and approved by me; subject to a negative from your department previous to his departure. This mode has been adopted to accelerate his return. In a few instances, transfers of officers from one regiment to another are made in order to avoid as much as possible the separation of officers from men. But care...
1798 Candidates for Army Appointments from Connceticut Alexander Hamilton [not available] Extensive list of men reviewed for army appointments. Reviews provided by multiple sources, Wadsworth, Tracy, Talmage were main reviewers. Political affiliation, military history, and prior occupations listed with some men.
1796 List of the Officers in the U.S. Army; Regulations for Recruitment War Department [not available] A copy of the roster of all U.S. Army officers, divided into categories of general officers, dragoons, artillerists & engineers, 4 regiments of infantry, and unattached surgeons' mates. Followed by a form & regulation sheet concerning rules for the recruiting service -- describing how men may be recruited, specifications for recruits, oath to be sworn, payment, etc.
April 17, 1800 Return of Officers James McHenry Unknown Recipient Return of the officers who have been appointed under the act entitled "An Act to augment the Army of the United States," aka the Provisional Army. Document written up by Secretary James McHenry.
April 15, 1800 Return of Officers Appointed to Augment the Army James McHenry Unknown Recipient Return of the Officers who have been appointed under the act, entitled "An act to augment the Army of the United States, and for other purposes" designating such officers who have accepted their appointments and those who have declined accepting, resigned their commissions, died, etc.