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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 14, 1798 Bars of Iron & Gun Stocks to be Delivered Samuel Hodgdon David Ames Hodgdon informs Ames of the shipment of bars of iron and gun stocks that is soon to be delivered via York to Hartford.
September 4, 1795 Boxes of Lead Put on Board the Pomona Ebenezer Breed Samuel Hodgdon The bill of lading and price fixes the number of bars of lead only because the Captain is confident they were not delivered on side but were put aboard the "Pomona." He may be right but, despite the dispute, the Wright on board will agree with the invoice as to the number of bars.
September 4, 1796 Uncertainty Regarding the Number of Bars of Lead Ebenezer Breed Samuel Hodgdon This letter covers Hodgdon's invoice and bill of lading for the lead. The bill of lading specifies the number of bars but there is some uncertainty as to the exact number because of the indifference of the man who counted them. The Truckmen are sure that their number is correct but the Wright on board the Pomona will undoubtedly agree with the Captain and the invoice
September 26, 1795 Difference between the Amount Counted & the Bills of Lading John Harris Samuel Hodgdon The lead transported on board Captain Gardner's sloop "Pomona" and Captain Daggot's sloop "Heziah" is received. The pigs and bars have been weighed and counted and there appears to be a significant difference between the amount counted and the amount shown on the bill of lading. The bill of lading for each vessel is shown.
April 8, 1799 Certification of payments; Robert McCormick for repairing carbines William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $64.75 to Robert McCormick for repairing carbines with side barrs [side bars].
September 24, 1795 Weighing Loads Samuel Hodgdon William Leidorn Jr. The weighing loads and number of bars per draft are listed for twenty-nine entries
January 19, 1792 Supplies Needed at Fort Hamilton John Armstrong Samuel Hodgdon Captain Armstrong lists a number of articles needed for the use of the garrison at Fort Hamilton.
April 18, 1798 Return for Stores Received and Delivered John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon In addition to apologizing for past mistakes in his returns, Bryant encloses his return for stores received and delivered for the first quarter of 1798. Each bar of lead has been weighed and the number of bars and total weight agrees with the 1797 return which is enclosed.
September 26, 1795 Receipt for Cargo of Pigs & Lead Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Breed Hodgdon acknowledges receipt from Ebenezer Breed, via Captain Daggot's sloop "Heziah", 131 pigs and 3,196 bars of lead. Together this cargo weighs 15 tons, 704 pounds.
December 4, 1798 Delivery of Tools James McHenry John Harris Orders to purchase of shovels, spades, carpenter tools, etc
September 4, 1796 Invoice for Lead Shipped on Board the "Kazia" Ebenezer Breed Samuel Hodgdon Invoice for bars of lead shipped on board the sloop "Kazia" bound for Philadelphia, Thomas Doggett, Master. Signed by Ebenezer Breed in Boston on 09/04/1796.
March 24, 1798 Number of Muskets Received of Mr. Ames, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon John Bryant In addition to requesting the number of muskets received from Mr. Ames, Hodgdon emphasizes the necessity of including weights and measures on returns and compliments Bryant for doing so,.
September 4, 1795 Invoice of Lead Shipped by Breed to Philadelphia Ebenezer Breed Samuel Hodgdon Invoice for 1350 bars of lead shipped by Ebenezer Breed on board the vessel "Pomona" bound for Philadelphia by order of Samuel Hodgdon and to him consigned.
July 8, 1800 Purchase of hand tools, iron and artillery hats Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, directs purchase of hand tools, iron, and Artillery hats.
December 5, 1798 Orders to Deliver Partial Order Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Orders to begin immediate packing of goods for a waiting wagon.
April 6, 1798 Arms and Supplies at the Springfield Armory John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant discusses the arms and supplies of the armory at Springfield.
August 24, 1799 Parker's Complaints and Recommendations Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton Parker complains about the want of clothes for the soldiers, the lack of subsistence money for officers, rusted arms, and unwieldy cartridge boxes. He believes that the appointment of cadets would enhance the recruiting service.
January 18, 1799 [Receipt for transportation of goods from Philadelphia to Harper's Ferry.] United States John Allison Receipt for transportation of goods from Philadelphia to Harper's Ferry.
August 10, 1785 Commissioners on Indian Treaty: List of Goods for Six Nations of Indians F. Johnston Jonathan Dickinson F. Johnson sends to President John Dickinson an enclosed list of goods to be provided by Pennsylvania to the Six Nations.
June 27, 1792 Assessing the Claim of the Secretary at War Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Attorney General must make the determination as to whether the current claim of the Secretary of War is to be considered under the Act making alterations in the Treasury and War Department. Should the determination be made on the old or the new application?
June 18, 1800 Authorization for New Boat Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Issued a new boat for Fort Mifflin to be under Captain Meminger. Current boat used for transport deemed dangerous to people and provisions.
January 3, 1784 Debts Due to Ironmasters Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Discusses the possibility of discharging the debts due to ironmasters by allowing the ironmasters holding public stores of shot and shells to sell a portion of the shot and shells equal to their claims. Discusses the value of the shot and shells. Notes that demand for bar iron is high asnd it is a good time to sell.
October 18, 1793 Forage from Buffalo, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon [Difficult handwriting] Some gentlemen at Buffalo who, agreeable to a contract with the Quartermaster General, have furnished and delivered a large quantity of forage. The amount of the drafts will be $1,750.
1792 Estimate of Supplies required in the Quartermaster's line for 1792 Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate of supplies required in the quartermaster Lines for 1792. Lists equipment with required numbers.
March 14, 1797 Fourteen Questions Regarding Relations with the French Government John Adams James McHenry President Adams asks fourteen questions regarding American diplomacy vis a vis the French. On what basis should relations be continued and what concessions should the U.S. make in order to prevent French interdiction of American commerce? Should demands be made for reparations? Etc.