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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
1797 Estimate of Military Stores Wanted for Three Frigates Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Estimate of stores for frigates on hand which need to be repaired or replenished, as well as what needs to be procured.
June 12, 1797 Stores Wanted for Three Frigates. James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Military Stores wanted in the Requisitions of the Three Frigates.
February 15, 1798 Lanterns & Pairs of Pistols for Lieutenant Mullowney James McHenry John Harris Harris is directed to deliver six common lanterns and two pairs of pistols with flints to Lieutenant Mullowney for the frigate "United States."
April 8, 1799 Certification of payments; Robert McCormick for repairing carbines William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $64.75 to Robert McCormick for repairing carbines with side barrs [side bars].
September 23, 1789 Regarding request to receive talks on west side of Oconee River Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department Alexander McGillivray Commissioners agree to receive talks on the west side of Oconee River.
February 10, 1798 Request for Information on Articles Ordered James McHenry Tench Francis Letter, asks for information regarding Frigate armaments and ammunition; mentions manufacturing; mentions Marines.
July 1, 1797 Request for transport of military stores to frigates at Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia [not available] Samuel Hodgdon Request for Military stores for the Naval Service to be sent to Baltimore for the USS Constellation, Boston, for the USS Constitution, and Philadelphia, USS United States. Items include hand grenades; shot lead; 24 pounder shot; sheet lead; lanthorns; [lanterns];
1796 Extract Regarding Artillery George Washington James McHenry Suggests submitting an extract from Chapin's letter regarding movement to the British side of Niagara to Fenno's paper for inclusion, provided that the information is authentic
November 8, 1799 Establishing a Medium Price for Rations on Both Sides of the Ohio Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton discusses a change from the current situation whereby different prices for rations are charged on the two sides of the Ohio River.
May 5, 1797 Evacuation of Posts on the Mississippi Lieutenant Piercy Smith Pope Don Manuel Gayoso de Lemos Pope explains to Gayoso de Lemos that he knows of no pending negotiations respecting the late treaty and therefore has every reason to expect that the evacuation of Spanish posts on the east side of the Mississippi should have been carried into effect.
November 19, 1799 Supplies for Troops on Either Side of the Ohio River James McHenry James O'Hara An agreement between James McHenry, Secretary of War, and James O'Hara who pledges to provide rations and other supplies for the use of the troops at places on either side of the Ohio River, from Cincinnati to Massac.
December 5, 1800 Request for Issue of Assorted Military Supplies & Tools for Forts Wolcott and Adams Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Directs purchase of artillery implements & supplies, barrels, compasses, tools, a "fuze machine," camp supplies, lanterns, sieves, a mortar and pestle, rocket, portfire and bullet molds, raw minerals and metal, "three hundred pounds of junk," oil, paper, and rope for Forts Wolcott & Adams at Newport, RI. Urges that the supplies be obtained at or near Newport, if possible, and gives receipt...
September 21, 1794 Update on Stores Delivered Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Military stores delivered by Mr. Nicholson. Arms and accouretments nearly forwarded. Many materials are wanted.
June 13, 1795 A Return on Ordnance and Supplies for May and an Update on the Gun Carriages John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant encloses the return on ordnance and supplies for May. The carriage bodies for the 28 six-pounder guns are all finished except for the side boxes and painting. Bryant expects the work to be completed in three or four weeks, but wishes to know if the 8-inch howitzers are to be mounted in Springfield.
July 1, 1797 Military Stores for the Naval Services James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is asked to have the undermentioned military stores destined for the naval services transported to the designated places.
April 19, 1793 His Warriors are Determined to Spill Human Blood Henry Gaither Henry Knox Gaither has been informed that the Half Way king and his warriors are determined to spill human blood so he has warned the militia officers of their dangerous situation so that they can be on guard.
December 7, 1797 Estiamte for Supplies to the Marines Samuel Hodgdon Josiah Fox Estimate for supplies to the Marines, sent to Josiah Fox.
February 14, 1798 Procuring, Manufacturing, and Repairing Certain Articles James McHenry Tench Francis McHenry provides a list of articles and wants to know which of them have been procured, where they are deposited, and when the remains may be expected? Also what part of those articles ordered to be manufacutured or repaired have been completed and where are they deposted?
April 17, 1791 Treaty Signing Location Proposed to Six Nations Timothy Pickering Six Nations of Indians Pickering proposed Painted Post as meeting place to discuss peaceful relationship and signing of treaty between United States and Six Nations.
June 1, 1789 A Talk from the Chiefs, Head-men, and Warriors of the Lower Creek Nation. Headmen and Warriors of Lower Creeks [not available] Begins with expressions of friendship; and it was never intended to hurt white people. Note that "at our first meeting at the sea side, for the benefit of trade, we gave our land as far as the water ebbed and flowed, and by frequent request, granted as far as possible, reserving our hunting grounds: for what will be the use of goods brought amongst us, if our young men have not hunting ground to...
May 21, 1791 We Are Neither on One Side or the Other Young King of the Six Nations [not available] The Young King stakes out a position of neutrality between the British and the Americans and intends to send representatives to the treaty at Painted Post where the American will try to reach a peaceful settlement with the western tribes.
July 29, 1799 As to the execution of Sergeant Hunt, I incline to the side of forebearance. Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton reports that the President has granted amnesty to Sergeant Hunt, an act of forgiveness that will save him from being put to death. Hamilton argues that Hunt's execution would have been counter to the sentiments of the public and perhaps even have damaged the reputation of the military establishment.
July 1, 1797 Military Stores for the Three Frigates James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Harris is directed to deliver the following to the frigates as shown: To the frigate "United States" at Philadelphia: shot for 24 pounders. To the frigate "Constellation" at Baltimore: hand grenades, sheet lead, and shot for 24 pounders. To the frigate "Constitution" at Boston: muskets with bayonets and cartouche boxes, hand grenades, sheet lead, tin lanterns, shot for 24 pounders.
September 23, 1789 Arrival of Mr. Griffin and initiation of treaty talks Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department Alexander McGillivray Commissioners inform that Mr. Griffin arrived and the three are preparing communications for the next day. General Lincoln and General Pickens will attend this forenoon at the black drink. Indians wish to receive talks on west side of Oconee River. Commissioners agree in order to take away all cause of jealousy.
April 17, 1793 Forgive and Forget What Has Passed William Blount Hanging Maw Blount apoligizes to the Cherokee chiefs for the death of Noon-day who was killed because he was armed and mistakenly identified as a Creek warrior. Blount hopes that this accidental death will not lead to further bloodshed between the Cherokees and the United States.