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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 25, 1792 Stock Clasp John Sheppard William Knox Sheppard wants Knox to send him a stock clasp for a pattern suit for the War Office.
August 5, 1791 Outfitting the Troops John Stagg William Knox Sergeant Reinbach should be furnished with fourteen blankets for fourteen recruits. Also each recruit needs one hat, two shirts, one pair of linen overalls, one pair of shoes, one pair of socks, one stock, and one pair of stock clasps.
January 1, 1797 Return of All the Articles of Stock and Tools at Springfield David Ames James McHenry Return of all the articles of stock and tools expended and on hand at the Public Armoury in Springfield, Massachusetts to the 5th of January 1797.
October 20, 1800 Regarding Delivery of Uniforms and Stock Clasps Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, discusses uniforms and stock clasps on order but not delivered.
October 20, 1800 Estimate of Metal in Stock at the Harper's Ferry Armory Unknown Author [not available] Estimate of stock of iron, steel, at Harpers Ferry. Valued at $7570.
July 6, 1798 Deliver of Pistol for Pattern James McHenry John Harris Letter, directs issue of pistol barrel, stock & lock for pattern pistol.
March 26, 1796 Reports Stock, Tools Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Reports that they are doing as well as can be expected. Believes to have a full stock within 8 or 9 months, if he can send the locks as requested. They have had peace since Mr. Miles left. Reports prices for Indian corn. Requests an inventory of his tools because they are wearing out quickly and it will be difficult to ascertain their value. Intends to send a new gun design that may benefit the...
October 11, 1798 Secretary at War directs the conduct of Indian affairs with Chapin James McHenry Israel Chapin Jr Letter, discusses Genesee Treaty; discusses investment banking re Seneca money; discusses Indians.
May 26, 1798 Put My Pistols in Complete Order James A. Bayard Samuel Hodgdon Bayard notes that he has left his pistols at Hodgdon's house. The stock of one is broken and the breach should be examined for defects. He would like them put in complete order by one of the workmen.
July 1, 1791 Letter from War Office; Charles Reinbach to be supplied with clothing John Stagg William Knox Request that Charles Reinbach be given clothing for 8 privates of artillery to include for each: hat, coat, vest, pair linen overalls, stock and buckel, shoes, buckles and socks, blanket, arms, accoutrements, knapsack, haversack.
August 29, 1795 Return for July and the Progress on the Gun Carriages John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon The letter encloses a return for ordnance and stores for July, and the vouchers for stores delivered. Bryant hoped the work on the 6 pound carriages would be finished but three blacksmiths and three carpenters and wheelwrights left some time previously. He requests another ten or twelve hundred dollars soon because the twelve hundred that recently was sent to Bryant will not cover the cost of...
April 19, 1800 Concerning Stores of Blankets James McHenry John Harris Notes receipt of Harris' letter of the same day. The blankets currently in stock are to be used to fill current and future orders.
[not available] Invoice of Additional Clothing for the Militia Unknown Author [not available] Invoice of additional clothing sent for the militia army from 1 November to 12 December 1796.
September 12, 1796 Articles Wanting in the Armory, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a bill of articles wanted in the Armory. The quantity of steel called for in the inventory is the same amount that is on hand in the old stock which has been found to be wholly serviceable.
November 12, 1795 A Surplus of Clasps & A Deficiency of Blankets, Etc. John McClallin Samuel Hodgdon The stores have not been examined until now because of the deranged state of the public store. However, an examination shows a surplus of stock clasps and a shortage of blankets.
August 18, 1794 Clothing Sent to the Westward Army John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander Hamilton] has requested a statement of the clothing sent forward to the western army during 1794, noting what was taken from the old stock in store and the number of suits needed to complete the supply for that army.
January 27, 1799 Clothing Arrived in Good Order George Ingersoll Samuel Hodgdon The enclosed invoice of clothing arrived the same day all in good order with only the deficiency of one stock and two clasps.
April 18, 1798 Supply Order for Fort Fayette in Pittsburg James Wilkins [not available] Request for two large padlocks and a key to the stock lock. Signed by Lieutenant James Wilkins
November 13, 1799 Return for Winter Clothing for one Sergt. & one private of the First Regt. of Infantry for the ensuing year Charles Hyde [not available] Stores, return for winter uniforms for a sergeant and private.
May 2, 1800 Health of Troops [not available] Samuel Hodgdon Discussed passage to Harper's Ferry; mentioned health of troops and lack of medicine and medical supplies. Requested details on how a relation to Hodgdon recovered from small pox. Bank stock in Brown's name to be withdrawn so he can purchase a farm near the City of Washinton.
March 16, 1796 Pay the Workmen in Post Notes David Ames James McHenry Ames requests the pay of the workmen in post notes in order to expedite payment so that they can support their families.
March 10, 1799 Recommendation of William Adams Jonathan Williams Samuel Hodgdon William Adams is a gun stock maker who has arrived from Ireland and has been employed for six months as a carpenter. Since he appears to be a very industrious and deserving young man. Williams recommends that he be employed by the public in his normal line of work.
October 24, 1793 Sale of Bonds Receipt Henry Knox [not available] Certification that Knox sold 2 shares of stock in the Bank of the United States.
November 16, 1798 Account of US Revenue, Commerce, & Expenditures, 1795-1798 Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Response to request from Secretary of War about state of U.S. revenue. Lists amounts, 1795-1798, commerce. Includes sales of domestic and foreign spirits, post office stamp sales and duties, bank stock; foreign debts, domestic debts, and various expenditures for auxiliaries. Establishment of duties on imported salt, stamps, refined sugar, and other items. Refers to loans based on congressional...
May 2, 1796 Pay for the Workmen David Ames James McHenry Ames has been deprived of the satisfaction of receiving the money needed to pay the workmen who expected their pay on the first of April. Such delays will decrease the public credit and prevent keeping the hands at work