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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 14, 1798 Order of Arrival of Stores & Military Stores Samuel Hodgdon John Habersham Hodgdon wants to be advised of the order of arrival of the stores and military stores sent to Habersham.
April 7, 1796 Queries about Shipment of Clothing to Georgia Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Refers to clothing sent to Georgia by the Secretary of War back in December. Wants to know on what vessel it was shipped and whether they have heard of its arrival. Has not arrived at ultimate destination by 8 March.
April 6, 1799 Requests Information about Musket Contract for Mr. Evans Samuel Hodgdon Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Received ultimate letter from Mr. Evans, who has worked for years making Charlottesville muskets for the U.S. Acknowledges his quality work. Inquires whether another pattern of musket is to be delivered, but states that alteration may not be necessary.
April 29, 1799 "Vile and dirty" tactics in Congressional races Josiah Parker James McHenry Parker complains of the "vile and dirty means" by which his opponent for Congress attempted to beat him in the election, but revels in the ultimate defeat of his opponent at the polls.
May 3, 1798 A Four Pounder for Colonel Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Hodgdon advises Smith that when the four pounders arrive from Albany, one of them is to be sent to Col. Ebenezer Stevens.
March 9, 1786 Settlement of an Account John Pierce J. Gordon Reply to a request for information regarding the settlement of an account.
May 26, 1797 Settlement and President's Speech Enclosed Tarlton Bates William Simmons Settlement of McLeans account to be transmitted to Simmons.
July 2, 1793 The Infamous Mr. Martin Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Wayne has been informed by Mr. Morrison, a gentleman of veracity, that he saw between twenty and thirty wagon-loads of public stores laying at Shippensburg. Mr. Martin who brought them that far was so infamous a character that he would not hire a team to bring them on to Pittsburgh. He has uniformly defrauded every person with whom he has had any dealings. Wayne fears that if the water fails as...
September 30, 1794 Letter from the Governor of Maryland Thomas Sim Lee Alexander Hamilton Letter from the Governor of Maryland, enclosing a copy of a letter from Brigadier General Samuel Smith at Frederick Town to explain a variety of difficulties delaying his march to the ultimate place of rendezvous. Requests that the General Government remove as far as possible the alleged difficulties. Mentions the "marked Inadequacy" of Maryland's militia law.
February 9, 1786 Settlement of Account Colonel Israel Shreve John Pierce Discusses the settlement of his account.
July 14, 1796 Settlement of account Peter Hagner Daniel Britt Final settlement of account at the War Department.
January 13, 1784 Request for Account Settlement Marinus Willett John Pierce Colonel Marinus Willett sends John Pierce a letter that requests settlement of his accounts.
January 7, 1794 Settlement of Leitheiser's Account Joseph Howell Hartman Leitheiser Leitheiser's account cannot be settled until he transmits his vouchers. How much was paid John Lander who is waiting for a settlement of his account?
June 27, 1784 Account settlement Jas. Gilliland John Pierce Discusses the settlement of his account.
March 22, 1784 Settlement of accounts Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Nourse Discusses the settlement of the account of Colonel Pettit and the settlement of the accounts of the iron masters.
June 20, 1791 States Charged with Expenses of Arms and Ammunition Issued to Militia Henry Knox Henry Lee Militia and frontier protection; mentions state government and federal government responsibilities regarding the cost of arming citizens.
August 10, 1796 Settlement of Ingersoll's account William Simmons George Ingersoll Requests information needed for the settlement of Ingersoll's account with the War Department
May 1793 Aggressions Henry Knox George Clinton Discusses armed vessels and militia.
July 30, 1796 Settlement of Sproat's account Peter Hagner Ebenezer Sproat Discusses Sproat's request for information concerning the settlement of his account.
January 19, 1786 Settlement of an officer's account Jonathan Ford Morris Joseph Howell Discusses details of the settlement of the estate of his father with the U.S. for service in the Revolutionary War.
January 10, 1786 Settlement of Pay John Pierce Board of Commissioners Dicusses a claimant's request for renewal of "final settlement securities"
May 26, 1797 Muster Rolls Required for Settlement Forwarded Jesse Lukens William Simmons Upon settlement of his accounts, there was a remaining balance due Lukens for his services in the sublegion. Was not paid out due to "want of evidence" of Lukens being mustered, but he referenced a muster roll that was submitted to Simmons that stated such.
February 15, 1784 Accounting issues and settlement John Pierce Richard Varick Accounting issues and settlement of accounts.
April 7, 1796 Concerning final settlement certificates William Marbury James McHenry On the subject of final settlement certificates and ascertaining the amount of damages.
August 2, 1799 Settlement of Accounts and Health of City Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discussed allowance for settlement. Fever has disappeared and city is healthy again. Expressed happiness.