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July 18, 1798 Clothing and blankets for various regiments John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Describes clothing and blankets sent to regiments of Infantry and Artillery.
January 8, 1790 Articles of Clothing Needed William Price Henry Knox Price has counted the clothing which was sent to Peekskill by Captain Conklin. The following items are missing and are needed to make up complete suits for the artillery clothing: 1 blanket, 2 pair shoes, 20 stocks, 20 clasps. There are also 3 stocks missing out of the 35 suits of infantry. Price says the boxes do not appear to have been opened on their way to West Point.
May 7, 1792 Clothing for Elliott's Men John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to issue to Lt. Elliott , of the Artillery, two sergeants, and ten privates complete suits of clothing. He also needs a drum and fifte.
October 31, 1794 Suits of Infantry & Artillery Clothing to Pittsburgh John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War has requested that Hodgdon's agent at Carlisle forward one hundred suits of infantry clothing and the same number of artillerist's clothing to Lieutenant Colonel Butler at Pittsburgh.
August 8, 1797 Delivery of Artillerists Suits James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver artillerists uniforms for recruiting service.
October 22, 1794 Clothing Delivery Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Transport of military clothes to delivery point along route to Pittsburgh; mentions recruiting service. Deliver to Col Mentges.
July 5, 1799 Outlines Requests for Recruitment Clothing and Accessories Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Reports returns communicated to Secretary of War. Reports delivery of suits last fall to Decius Wadsworth for recruiting, but they may still be in store. No artillery coats on hand. Lists cost for soldiers' cockade and pewter eagles.
February 13, 1795 The Men Suffer from Want of Clothing John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Stagg quotes a letter from Lieutenant Dayton in which he emphasizes how much his men are suffering for want of clothing and blankets. There are several men who have no blankets to cover themselves with. A request was sent on January 5th for ten suits of artillery clothing to be sent to Elizabeth Town.
June 5, 1795 Clothing for the Artillery Recruits Under Lt. Tallman John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The contractor for furnishing the recruits at Trenton has been directed to provide private's suits, knapsacks, and canteens for the artillery recruits under Lieutenant Tallman.If there are no hats available, the clothing should be sent without them. The agent at Trenton should also provide tents to shelter the men since they do not have barracks.
March 22, 1792 Twenty Suits of Clothing John Stagg William Knox Knox is asked to furnish Capt. Kersey with twenty suits of uniform clothing after having inspected same. They should be forwarded to Brunswick by stage.
March 29, 1792 Two Suits of Clothing John Stagg William Knox If there are two suits of music uniform clothing of the five hundred suits of Smith & Shepherd, Knox is directed to give same to Lt. Bines for Capt. Wells company of infantry.
January 21, 1800 Request for Issue of Clothing to Staunton for 4th Infantry Regiment James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of clothing to Staunton, VA for use by a company of the 4th Regiment of Infantry.
March 9, 1799 My Men Really Want Their Suits Ferdinand L. Claiborne Samuel Hodgdon Claiborne is alarmed that his men have not received their suits. His men are recruits who do not have the advantage attending old soldiers who have several years clothing on hand.
October 3, 1794 Request for clothing and blankets John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon John Stagg, Chief Clerk of the War Department, requests that Samuel Hodgdon transport to New York twenty suits of clothing and blankets, for the use of Captain Alexander Thompson and his company of artillerists and engineers. Hodgdon is the Commissary of Military Stores.
January 5, 1795 Clothing for Dayton's Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Ten suits of clothing for privates should be packed up and transported to Elizabeth Town, New Jersey for the use of Lieut. Horatio Dayton's artillery recruits at that place.
February 3, 1790 Receipt of clothing for Corps of Artillery Henry Knox [not available] Reciept of clothing for Corps of Artillery.
September 18, 1797 Clothing for Boote and Marschalk Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon should forward ten suits of infantry clothing to Ensign Boote at Elizabeth Town and twelve suits of artillerists clothing to Lieutenant Marschalk at New York.
August 22, 1797 Listed Articles to Captain MacRea James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver the listed articles to Captain MacRea.
November 6, 1797 Clothing for Lieutenant Hale's Recruits Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is an order on Mr. Harris for fifty suits of artillerists' clothing for Lieutenant David Hale whose recruiting rendezvous is at Governors Island near New York. Since part of this clothing is for recruits already enlisted, it might be well to send a few suits by way of Amboy if the carriage expense is not excessive.
November 29, 1794 Suits of Infantry Clothing for Carlisle John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Send to Ensign Charles Martin at Carlisle twenty suits of infantry clothing, two of which are for sergeants.
May 20, 1797 Receipt for Suits of Infantry Clothing Edward Miller Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a receipt for twenty suits of uniform infantry clothing received from Melancton Smith.
May 23, 1797 Suits of Clothing for Kalteisen's Company James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is an order on the Storekeeper to deliver 25 suits of clothing for Kalteisen's company which therefore must be shipped to Charleston, South Carolina.
July 18, 1797 Suits of Clothing for Lieutenant Marschalk James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon The enclosed twenty suits of clothing should be forwarded to Lieutenant Marschalk at New York as soon as possible.
November 11, 1799 Request for Issue of Clothing for Several Units Near Knoxville James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of clothing to troops near Knoxville, TN for cavalry, the 1st Regiment of Artillery, and the 3d & 4th Infantry Regiments.
February 20, 1800 Request for Issue of Clothing for 1st & 4th Regiments Near Staunton James McHenry John Harris Directs shipment of clothing for members of the 1st and 4th Regiments to Staunton, VA.