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February 14, 1795 Stand of Arms & Equipment for Fifty Horsemen Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Five hundred stand of arms and equipments for fify horsemen should be packed up and put in perfect readiness. Even though they may not yet be removed, they still should be ready.
March 24, 1784 Work on arms Samuel Hodgdon Superintendent of Finance Estimate for work on arms.
January 30, 1796 Following Prices are Fixed by the Secretary of War for a Stand of Arms John Stagg William Simmons Describes and fixes prices for arms to be sold or reimbursement.
July 14, 1798 Stand of Arms Ordered to Providence, Etc. John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Among a number of supply and accounting matters, Bryant notes that the five hundred stand of arms ordered to Providence have been put on board he sloop that is to sail the following week. The transportation cost will be one-third of what it would cost to transport by land.
April 28, 1786 Certificate for Cleaning Arms William Price Henry Knox Price's transcription of a certificate issued for cleaning 500 stand of arms in store at West Point
September 8, 1794 Fifteen Hundred Stand of Arms John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to have fifteen hundred stand of arms transported to Winchester Virginia.
March 31, 1786 Certificate for Cleaning Arms William Price Henry Knox Price's transcription of a certificate issued for cleaning 500 stand of arms in store at West Point
1788 Agreement to Repair Arms John Thompson Samuel Hodgdon Informs the Commissioner of Commissary Stores that he and William Clark will undertake to repair the arms.
November 6, 1794 1500 Stand of Arms to Philadelphia Cornelius Sedam Samuel Hodgdon Captain Sedam notifies Hodgdon that Captain Houdin has sent him 1500 stand of arms which will be forwarded to Hodgdon in Philadelphia by way of Amboy.
December 8, 1791 Arms & Supplies for Seventy Men John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to forward to New York, under the charge of Lt. John Heth, arms and accoutrements complete, and knapsacks for seventy men with a proportion of tents, musketballs, and cartridge paper. The powder will be furnished in New York. The one hundred stand of arms ordered to be put on board the "Juno" are not to be shipped but Knox must make arrangements to exchange cannon powder with...
June 27, 1798 Letter from the War Department James McHenry Archibald Creary Letter, advises re shipment of arms.
May 30, 1798 Letter from the War Office to Mssrs. Nicklin and Griffith requesting arms for Marines of Ship of War Delaware [not available] [not available] Request to Messrs. Nicklin and Griffith to provide US Marines on Ship of War Delaware with pistols, stand of arms with bayonets, and cutlasses in preparation for war with France.
February 3, 1784 Pay of Contractors Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Request for money to pay contractors for repairs to muskets
June 16, 1798 Request for Temporary Issue of Arms & Accoutrements Timothy Pickering John Harris Directs temporary issue of 350 stand of arms & accoutrements.
March 15, 1784 Repair of arms Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Reports the completion of a contract for the repair of arms.
July 7, 1798 Please Send Fifty Barrels of Powder Samuel Hodgdon Captain John Briant Hodgdon asks Briant to send fifty barrels of powder and fifty stand of arms to Boston, addressed to Mr. Stephen Higginson.
October 5, 1797 Clothing Nathan Jones John Harris Directs issue of uniform items and arms.
July 26, 1793 Post Notes and Arms Forwarded Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Per request, post notes forwarded. Requests communication on receipt of money. Arms and armaments forwarded. Cartouch boxes forwarded with all speed.
April 2, 1787 Details of New Arms Cleaning Contract William Price Henry Knox Discusses new contract struck with James Morrow for the cleaning of 1000 stand of arms.
May 7, 1792 Arms for Wells's Recruits John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to have packed up and transported by water to Christiana bridge, in the care of Solaman Maxwell, one hundred stand of arms and accoutrements complete for Capt. Wells' recruits along with the same number of knapsacks, if ready.
September 29, 1794 Clothing & Arms for Capt. Bruff's Company John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Stagg requests clothing and arms for Capt. Bruff's Company of Artillerists and Engineers at Baltimore.
July 27, 1793 Delivery of Arms to Mud Island John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Secretary of War requests that Hodgdon deliver to General Lewis Nicolas, for the use of militia at Mud Island, Delaware River, forty stands of arms with accoutrements. Governor Mifflin accountable.
November 24, 1794 Arms & Accoutrements Wanted at Winchester John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Fifty stand of arms and accoutrements are wanted at the recruiting rendezvous at Winchester and should be sent to Ensign David Thompson or, in his absence, Ensign Yelverton Peyton.
July 9, 1800 Cheaper Arms from Germany, Etc. Joseph Pitcairn Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Enclosed are the accounts of several shipments of arms made by the order of Rufus King, U.S. minister in England. Pitcairne notes that these arms are much cheaper than those made in America and England even when including the cost of freight and insurance. They might even be had at a cheaper rate as the War in Europe draws to a close.
August 19, 1797 Clothing, Arms, & Equipage for Ferdinand Claiborne James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is an order on Mr. Harris for thirty suits of clothing, thirty stand of arms and accoutrements, thirty knapsacks, and one drum and fife. These should be forwarded to Lieutenant Ferdinand Clainborne now recruiting at Richmond in Virginia.