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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 4, 1798 Withholding Payment Until Bill of Lading is Produced William Douglass Samuel Hodgdon Nathan Jones has written respecting the freight of the goods sent in the sloop "Trimmer" to Wilmington. Hodgdon has stated that the money will not be paid until the Bill of Lading is produced. Douglass requests that payment be suspended until either the owner of the sloop, Joseph Cooper, or Douglass himself is consulted
September 8, 1791 Invoice and Bill of Lading William Hill Samuel Hodgdon Statement describing shipment of boxes of artillery clothing and bill of lading describing shipment of casks of powder to be shipped on Sloop Wilmington, Noah Wyeth, Master.
November 6, 1793 People On Board the Sloop Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon People On Board the Sloop.
June 1, 1796 Encloses Payroll for Sloop L'Amie Marquisette, Receipt Thomas Wright William Simmons Encloses payroll for the sloop L'Amie Marquisette. Requests receipt for Mr. Anderson.
May 27, 1797 Delivery of Items for Sloop Detroit James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver items for Sloop Detroit and bar lead for proving gun barrels.
April 1, 1799 Requests Delivery of Gun Stocks to Sloop Mary Samuel Hodgdon Eli Whitney Refers to order for 1,000 gunstocks for the sloop Mary, Laban Smith, master. Encloses bill.
April 12, 1796 Instructions for Sloop William James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon The captain of the sloop William will deliver his cargo, then follow the orders of Mr. Edward Price, then will return to Philadelphia.
June 1, 1798 Paying for the Sloop Samuel Hodgdon John Steel Hodgdon is puzzled as to how to resolve the question of how to pay for the sloop purchased by Mr. DeButts who seeks an advance from the United States.
February 23, 1795 Transport of Brass Ordnance Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Brass ordnance arrived, to be transported on Sloop Washington to be delivered.
April 12, 1796 Sloop "William" Detained for Dispatches Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon "The Secretary of War requests that the sloop William may be detained for his dispatches which will be sent to your office this evening or tomorrow morning."
December 22, 1794 Abstract for Duties Performed on Ship Richard Duryee Joseph Howell Abstract for duties performed on board the Bri[gantine] for the privateer sloop LaCarmagnole. Settlement of accounts requested.
November 17, 1796 Regarding Method for Creating Cost Estimates, Recent Bills Drawn, & Sloop Detroit John Wilkins, Jr. James McHenry Comments on the method of tracking expenditure estimates; mentions receiving instructions on this topic. Lists recent bills drawn; refers to expenditure estimate for October. Also discusses the sloop Detroit.
March 24, 1797 Attention Needed for Sloop Detroit & Provisioning of Garrisons John Wilkins, Jr. James McHenry Promises to attend to the U.S. sloop Detroit, as she will be needed for the service of the citizens of Detroit and Michilimackinac, as well as the provisioning of various posts.
May 27, 1793 Acknowledges Receipt of Clothing Nicholas Hannah Samuel Hodgdon Lists clothing items received, delivered the sloop Thomas & Sally. Requests Charlottesville muskets if the Secretary of War will send a box of arms.
April 27, 1797 Quartermaster Department Affairs: Recent Bills Drawn, Notification of Items Needed for Sloop Detroit John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon Informs McHenry of recent bills drawn, and encloses a list of articles required for the outfitting of the sloop Detroit [not included].
January 11, 1797 Supplies for the Sloop "Detroit" Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Relative to McHenry's request for certain supplies for the Sloop "Detroit", Wolcott suggests that the articles be included in the line of the Quartermaster's Department.
June 27, 1796 Receipts to Wright's credit William Simmons Thomas Wright Notifies Wright that a receipt roll will be placed to Wright's credit on the War Department account books.
July 20, 1785 Military clothing on the Sloop Sally Samuel Hodgdon Nicholas Fish Samuel Hodgdon sends to Major Nicholas Fish notification of shipment of military clothing.
September 4, 1798 Shipment of Supplies on Sloop "Patience" John Henry Samuel Hodgdon Letter, discusses articles of military clothing that have gone unaccounted for in shipment and the current captain of the sloop transporting the supplies disavows any knowledge of their presence. Mentions that yellow fever has killed captain and crew of the sloop employed to transport these articles. Requested a list of articles shipped so they can be accounted for in some fashion.
June 6, 1798 Certification of payments; detachment at Wilmington William Simmons James McHenry Certification $341.03 is due a detachment of recruits under the command of Captain Griffith McRee at Wilmington North Carolina, being their pay for December 1797 through March 1798.
August 7, 1797 Duck for the Use of the Sloop "Detroit" John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of the Treasury has been asked to issue a warrant in Hodgdon's favor for $558.43 from the Quartermaster's department fof the duck for the sloop "Detroit,."
December 16, 1796 Payment to Charles Selleck for Charter of Sloop on Lake Ontario James Bruff James McHenry Informs McHenry that he has written a bill for payment to Charles Selleck for charter of Sloop employed to transport detachment of troops and baggage from Oswego to Niagara.
June 16, 1789 Debarkation of Troops from Carolina at Wilmington Arthur St. Clair Anthony Wayne Refers to orders to debark troops from Carolina at Wilmington as the most contiguous place to Lancaster. Commanding officers will march detachment to Lancaster and lodge them in barracks there. Discusses movement of baggage and treatment of the sick.
July 2, 1794 Wilmington opposition to fortification Pierre Charles L' Enfant Henry Knox Letter from Major L'Enfant to Secretary of Knox, regarding the motives of the opposition made by the inhabitants of Wilmington respecting the emplacement L'Enfant has designated to fortify upon.
July 14, 1795 Pay of Captain McRea & Recruits at Wilmington Thomas Overton William Simmons Overton has received a sum from the Treasurer of the United States to be transmitted to Captain McRea at Wilmington, being the pay of himself and his recruits through March 1795. Another sum is to be transmitted to the engineer at Wilmington.