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June 21, 1797 Stands of Arms Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Stands of arms at various military installations in the United States as of April 1, 1797.
November 21, 1800 Delivery of Stands of Arms for Recruiting Service Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of stands of arms for recruiting service.
October 11, 1798 Paper, Wax & Wafers, and Stands of Arms Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon provides information on the supply of paper and stands of arms forwarded to Wilmington, North Carolina.
June 24, 1799 Stands of Arms and Gun Worms for your Regiment Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice "I am advised by the Secretary of War that Mr. Williams, Storekeeper at Springfield, has been instructed to furnish the Quartermaster of your regiment, upon your order, 680 stands of arms and as many gun worms. Mr. Williams is to have them transported to your regimental rendezvous. If they have not been received, you will take measures to obtain them."
May 4, 1797 Stands of Arms for the Frigate "Constitution" James McHenry John Harris Harris is directed to deliver one hundred stands of arms and accoutrements for the frigate "Constellation" being constructed at Baltimore.
July 30, 1798 Delivery of Clothing James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms, arms, drums, etc. to Norfolk, Virginia.
December 25, 1794 Horses and Arms Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Horses sold, arms arrived in disorganized manner, return for arms to be made out shortly.
August 12, 1797 Delivery of Arms and Accoutrements Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Orders to deliver arms and accoutrements.
November 1, 1794 1500 Stands of Arms Shipped to Captain Fleming Michael G. Houdin Samuel Hodgdon Houdin notes that he has shipped on board the sloop "Sukey and Peggy"--David Smith, master--1500 stands of arms agreeable to the order of Captain Fleming of West Point. He observes, however, that in spite of his attention to the matter, the arms may not be in as good a order as he received them because of the necerssity of employing journeymen for their care. Without Houdin's consent, Charles...
January 31, 1786 Contract for Cleaning Arms William Price Henry Knox Reports a contract made to clean 500 stands of arms at West Point
March 26, 1789 Payment for Arms Cleaned and Repaired William Price Henry Knox Following instructions from Knox from June 1788, Price delivered 500 stands of Hessian arms to James Morrow for repair. Morrow has completed the work and is owed 93 pounds 15 shillings. Per that same letter, Price paid Morrow the equivalent of 86 pounds 4 shillings in old arms, old iron, and blankets, which leaves the balance due Morrow 7 pounds 11 shillings. There are four hundred more damaged...
March 10, 1786 Report from West Point on Clothing, Arriving Recruits, & Arms Cleaning William Price Henry Knox Reports returns sent to Knox of the clothing inventory at West Point and of the recruits recently arrived. Reports 500 stands of arms were cleaned.
August 31, 1796 My Request for Field Pieces, Etc. Michael Kalteisen Samuel Hodgdon The Governor responded to the request for field pieces by reporting that militia had them and he did not wish to disarm them. Kalteisen notes that he has a few stands of arms but they are in need of repair. He has no armorers and transporting them to Charleston to have them repaired would be expensive. He asks Hodgdon, therefore, to forward some stands of arms.
June 18, 1799 Recalls Arms Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Refers to letter from Alexander Hamilton to the Secretary of War. Questions recent order of arms--by whom they were ordered, when, where, and to whom they were received. When recalled, the arms will be taken into Stevens's possession.
October 8, 1793 2,500 Stands of Arms John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to immediately order Capt. Fleming to forward from West Point to Philadelphia 2,500 stands of arms fit for immediate service. If that supply is not in readiness at West Point, the deficiency should be made up from those at Albany. They should be sent from West Point to Capt. Sedam at Governors Island at New York and from there via the Amboy route to Philadelphia.
March 10, 1786 Regarding the Cleaning of Arms at West Point William Price Henry Knox Letter book copy of a certificate given to James Manon for cleaning 500 stands of arms at West Point
May 14, 1798 Arrival of Stands of Arms on the Ship "Washington" James McHenry John Harris The Secretary of the Treasury has informed McHenry that the ship "Washington," helmed by Captain Williams, has arrived in Philadelphia. It has on board one hundred cases containing stands of arms shipped by the John & Francis Baring & Sons Company by direction of Mr. King for the use of the United States. Harris is asked to receive said arms and have them deposited in the public stores.
June 25, 1798 Request for Cannon & Small Arms Arthur Fenner James McHenry Letter, asks for small arms and cannon.
April 16, 1798 Articles to be forwarded James McHenry William R. Boote The Secretary at War informs Ensign Boote that he has directed twelve suits of clothing, twelve stands of arms, twelve knapsacks, and twelve canteens to be immediately forwarded.
May 23, 1798 Returns for Cannon, Carriages, and Stands of Arms George Fleming Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed are returns for: iron 18-pounder cannon and carriages, iron ship four-pounders, and chests of French stands of arms forwarded by order of the Secretary of War. Enclosed also are Captain Lee's receipts for these articles. Fleming will set off the next day on the sloop carrying these articles for New York where the powder will be proved.
December 4, 1798 Contract between Wolcott and Claggett for manufacture of arms [not available] [not available] Articles of agreement between Wolcott and Alexander Claggett of Hagerstown Maryland for manufacture of 1000 stands of arms complete with bayonet and ramrods, fit for service, to be delivered at Frederick Town Maryland.
September 17, 1798 Delivery of Suits, Arms, and Accoutrements James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms, arms, etc.
[not available] Letter Signed [not available] [not available] Letter, directs delivery of Infantry uniforms, arms and accoutrements, etc.
June 7, 1797 Delivery of Arms and Accoutrements James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver artillerists uniforms and arms to New York.
May 27, 1791 Request for Arms Henry Knox Isaac Craig Urgently requested transport and delivery of arms, bayonets, powder, and lead to Colonel Lane at Wheeling.