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November 3, 1792 Temporary Nature of Frontier Defense Henry Knox Henry Lee Noted use of state militia for protection of frontier should be temporary and any permanent measure must be enacted by Congress.
April 13, 1790 Protection of Frontier Counties Henry Knox Lieutenant of Harrison County Knox speaks of adopting a temporary method of protecting the frontier counties until danger ceases or a more permanent solution is presented.
November 3, 1792 Defensive Protection of Virginia Henry Knox Henry Lee Letter, discusses temporary defensive protection of Virginia. Measures taken must only be defensive in nature.
December 26, 1800 Pay of Reuben Everitt, temporary surgeon William Simmons Griffith James McRee Refers to letter from Reuben Everitt regarding service as temporary surgeon. Before settlement, requires copy of authority under which McRee acted, as no such name appears on the list of temporary surgeons at the War Office;
April 22, 1792 Robertson Temporary Agent Henry Knox William Blount Mentioned President approving General Robertson as temporary agent for Chickasaws. Discussed conciliatory actions between Chocktaws and Chickasaws.
February 25, 1796 Claim of P.H. Perrault William Simmons James McHenry Writes the Secretary of War with the opinion that the claim of P.H. Perrault, temporary engineer at Charleston, is inadmissible.
October 17, 1791 Every Pacific Measure Was Tried Alexander Hamilton Henry Knox Hamilton instructs Knox regarding the points the President wants to make in a document describing the events leading up to St. Clair's campaign against the western Indians. The emphasis is on the attempts of the United States to promote tranquility.
February 15, 1796 Augusta DeGrasse, Temporary Engineer, Paid Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens has paid Augusta De Grasse $230 per Simmons' instructions.
June 2, 1796 Pay of Nicholas de Finiels, Temporary Engineer William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that forty dollars is due Nicholas De Finiels, temporary engineer, being the balance of his pay for May 1796.
June 13, 1794 Enclosed Receipt of Isidore Stouff for Compensation as Temporary Engineer John Habersham William Simmons Acknowledges Simmons' of May 17, encloses a receipt from money paid Isidore Stouff for compensation as a temporary engineer.
June 2, 1795 Pay of Nicholas de Finiels, temporary engineer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of sixty dollars is due Nicholas de Finiels, temporary Engineer, being for his pay for May 1795.
May 5, 1800 Fixed Measure for the Pace Alexander Hamilton Vicomte De Noailles Hamilton inquires about the fixed measure of the pace adopted by the French. He wants to know the reason for adopting a determinate length for all direct steps without regard to velocity.
November 30, 1795 Pay of Charles Waren, temporary engineer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $61.13 is due Charles Waren being his pay as temporary engineer for November 1795 and for paper furnished by him for that period.
February 2, 1799 Promotions Frequently Prove More Injurious than Advantageous John Francis Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton Due to the unsettled state of the military establishment, Hamtramck does not want to be promoted if it is only a temporary measure that could harm his career.
July 17, 1799 Temporary Accommodations for Seamen at Newport Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Wolcott will defer taking action on erecting a building at Newport for the temporary accommodation of seamen until he has heard from General Hamilton.
April 27, 1791 Treating with the Six Nations George Clinton Henry Knox Clinton discusses the State governments, treating with the Indians, and the state of Indian politics.
October 17, 1795 Pay of Isidore Stouf, temporary engineer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $486.00 is due Isidore Stouf, temporary engineer, being the balance of his pay from April through August 1795.
August 1, 1794 No Temporary Buildings John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War [Knox] does not approve Hodgdon's proposal of erecting temporary buildings for the infant armory because the public cannot afford the extra expense.
December 22, 1792 An Extremely Improper Measure Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Knox warns Wayne that the memorial of the officers regarding the sufficiency of rations is considered by the President and others as an improper gesture that might result in insubordination and other military evils.
May 2, 1796 Pay of Joseph Francis Morgan, temporary engineer William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $1,124 is due Joseph Francis Morgan for his pay as a temporary engineer from August 1, 1795 to May 7, 1796, the day his service expires.
October 20, 1795 Pay of Paul Hyacinthe Perrault, temporary engineer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $46.00 is due Paul H. Perrault, temporary Engineer, being the balance of his pay from July through September 1795.
August 1, 1795 Pay of Nicholas de Finiels, temporary assistant engineer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $48.00 is due Nicholas De Finiels, temporary Assistant Engineer, being the balance of his pay for July 1795.
March 28, 1794 Payment to Rivardi for expenses as temporary engineer John Jacob Rivardi Joseph Howell Rivardi received $200 from Howell as contingent or extra expenses as temporary engineer.
August 29, 1795 Pay of Claude Marie Terrasson, temporary engineer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $160.00 is due Claude Marie Terrasson, temporary engineer, being his pay from February 1st to April 20th 1795, the expiration of his service.
June 21, 1799 Temporary Hospital at Castle Island Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry General Lincoln has inspected the barracks at Castle Island as a possible location for a temporary hospital and reports that the barracks have been neglected and are in need of repair. Wolcott asks McHenry to make whatever arrangements are needed to make the necessary repairs to the barracks.