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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 2, 1799 Refers to Wagoner Invoices, Fever, Crops Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Wonders about how the wagoner plans to make use of the invoices. The invoice calls for a further allowance. The fever has disappeared from the city. Remarks on crops
May 30, 1792 Saddle for Wayne's Wagoner Constant Freeman William Knox Knox is directed to furnish General [Anthony] Wayne's wagoner with a common saddle.
June 19, 1787 Regarding John James the wagoner; desertion; Harrison's Regiment; care given by Mr. and Mrs. Williams A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell Discusses matter of John James on the roll of the Artillery as belonging to the 1st Regiment of which did the duty of wagoner to the pack. From this should be able to determine which deserted. Also discusses return of Harrison's Regiment. A note, G.W. or something, is the name of the person who was taken care of and attended by Mr. and Mrs. Williams.
May 18, 1791 Supply of Stores Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Enclosed invoice of supplies shipped by wagoner. Advised examination of all items received.
July 5, 1791 Paying the Wagoner Samuel Hodgdon William Knox The bearer, George Kinesar, is the wagoner who attended Capt. Pratt's Company from Jersey. Michael Stevor, who engaged him was given sixty dollars in advance but gave Kinesar only twenty dollars promising him that he would overtake and pay him more but Kinesar never saw any more of him. Knox should keep this in mind when settling with Stevor.
March 19, 1799 Request to Pay Herbert, the Wagoner Samuel Hodgdon David Henley Reports that Herbert the wagoner is on his way back with a few loads of various stores, including those for Mr. Wright. Requests Henley to receive Herbert and credit his account. Hodgdon paid Herbert for his previous load. Henley's payment will allow Herbert to proceed without an advance.
September 7, 1798 Commencing the Suit, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Col. Alexander Anderson Along with the transporation of a six pounder brass cannon and carriage, Hodgdon discusses the necessity of instituting the lawsuit involving Phillps the wagoner as soon as possible.
September 18, 1799 Shipment to be Transported to Fort Wayne James Miller Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed are the inventories of five hogsheads and one bale forwarded with Daniel Fisher, the wagoner, to Hodgdon who should forward them to Isaac Craig in Pittsburgh. Craig should then forward them to the commanding officer at Fort Wayne.Hodgdon should have them weighed and settle with the wagoner for the carriage.
February 10, 1798 Vessels Will Greatly Increase the Expenditures at Pittsburgh, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig discusses a number of accounting and supply issues, and expresses his mortification regarding the orders of the Secretary of War relative to his claim. The number of men working at the vessels' galleys will greatly increase the expenditures of the post. The general expects his looking glasses to be repaired at the expense of the wagoner.
October 10, 1798 Barrels for General Wilkinson Samuel Hodgdon Jonathan Williams Hodgdon notifies Williams that three barrels have been delivered that are intended for General Wilkinson at Pittsburgh. They will be forwarded as soon as Hodgdon is able to settle with the wagoner.
July 29, 1796 Major Craig's Clerk Writes to Samuel Hodgdon Tarlton Bates Samuel Hodgdon In Major Craig's absence, Tarlton Bates acknowledges receipt of correspondence from Samuel Hodgdon. Money for wagoner James Hamilton.
November 23, 1796 Concerning the Delivery of Stores & Medicines for Transport to Knoxville James McHenry John Harris Letter, directs delivery of stores and medicines to Samuel Hodgden, for transport to Knoxville. Subscript by Hodgden, asking that the above be delivered to Colonel Henry's wagoner.
September 19, 1793 Repacking the clothing; progress of shipments Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Repacking is a dreadful piece of business and based on what has already been opened, it is altogether unnecessary. Neither the China nor the sugar have come to hand but it appears that Carson, the wagoner, left his load at Harrisburg. A part of the sub legion is still on the way. Some wagoner should be punished as an example for others.
August 25, 1795 Sent With Robert Beard, Wagoner, Twenty Boxes of Rifles John Nicholson Samuel Hodgdon Sends via Robert Beard carefully packed rifles.
July 16, 1793 No Knapsacks! Thomas Butler Samuel Hodgdon Butler acknowledges that he has received the clothing and arms and gave his receipt to the wagoner. However, he finds himself perplexed in providing knapsacks since Hodgdon did not send any.
December 27, 1793 Money for John Wilkins, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig has been under the necessity of drawing on Hodgdon $205 for John Wilkins.
December 12, 1798 Sugar and Coffee Needed at Knoxville Edward Wright Samuel Hodgdon Sugar and coffee and other merchandise are costly to the purchaser in Knoxville. Therefore, Wright asks that a small quantity of these articles be sent with Colonel Henley's wagoner. He will pay for them, including freight, upon their arrival.
October 18, 1799 Four Hogseads and One Bale of Clothing Received Rumsey & Broom Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon's letter enclosing James Miller's letter has been received along with the four hogsheads and one bale of clothing to which he alludes and for which a receipt was given to the wagoner.
August 19, 1794 Arrival of Six-Pounders & Three-Pounders John Bray Samuel Hodgdon Bray announces the arrival of 15 brass six-pounders and 10 brass three-pounders with carriages. He has arranged for the use of 24 two-horse wagons to convey them on.
September 14, 1795 Document Signed, to Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Samuel Hodgdon Messrs Bell and Given discuss payment for shipping parcels of clothing.
March 21, 1794 Supplies Arrived Michael Jones Samuel Hodgdon Jones acknowledges receipt of powder and files from Charles Anderson and Alexander White.
August 30, 1791 Bells, Collars, & Buckles Will Be Ready Samuel Boyd William Knox The bells, collars, and buckles Knox has ordered will be ready by the end of the week. Directions should be written for the wagoner who will carry them and Boyd will afix the directions to the top of the box that holds them.
April 3, 1799 Articles Delivered Agreeable to the Invoices Mahlon Ford Samuel Hodgdon Ford has received Hodgdon's letter by the wagoner William Bass who has delivered the articles agreeable to the invoices. The quartermaster Lieutenant Meminger has received and receipted for them.
June 4, 1784 Shipping of Bells Worsley Emes Samuel Hodgdon Advises of the shipping of the bells belonging to Mr. Livingston's church.
August 31, 1798 Missisng Money & Returns Samuel Hodgdon Jacob Raison Hugh Spear lost the money and bank bills by the time he reached the ferry and they have yet to be found.