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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 24, 1800 Certification of payment for Joseph Trumble William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $169.53 to Joseph Trumble for boarding, wearing apparel and education of Thomas Nelson, Indian youth.
January 26, 1799 Certification of payments; Henry Drinker for the expenses of boarding, apparel and educating F.Wilson, an Indian youth William Simmons James McHenry Payment of $98.80 to Henry Drinker for the expenses of boarding, apparel and educating F.Wilson, an Indian youth, payable to S. Child by order of said Drinker.
July 7, 1790 Hostile Indians Harry Innes Henry Knox Discussed dealing with hostile Shawnee Indians. Treaty at Fort Harmar, relations b/w settlers and Indians. Innes asserts Indians are aggressors and that settlers are defending their safety.
[not available] Cover for Inventory of Frigate Raleigh Captain Thomas Thompson James McHenry Covering note for an inventory (not included) of articles from the Raleigh Frigate, a 32 gun ship, to equip it for 5 months. Either arrived from or heading to France. The inventory also described the accommodations and the hold.
September 24, 1794 Inflammation in My Heel James Bryson Samuel Hodgdon Bryson frets that ever since he has arrived in Richmond he has been confined by an inflammation in one of his heels due to wearing a new pair of boots.
May 5, 1800 Shabby Articles of Clothing Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Lt. Col. Nathan Rice asks if it would not be for the good of the service to issue some new clothing before the expiration of the year, so as to avoid the shabby appearance of soldiers wearing worn out clothes.
March 26, 1796 Reports Stock, Tools Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Reports that they are doing as well as can be expected. Believes to have a full stock within 8 or 9 months, if he can send the locks as requested. They have had peace since Mr. Miles left. Reports prices for Indian corn. Requests an inventory of his tools because they are wearing out quickly and it will be difficult to ascertain their value. Intends to send a new gun design that may benefit the...
August 21, 1798 Order for Musicians Apparel Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Order submitted to Mr. Harris for musicians suits; drum and fife. Requests enclosed letter regarding blank enlistments be sent to Mr. Ormrod; alludes to yellow fever.
May 11, 1798 Appointment to Captain for Ship Ganges; Instructions to Staff Ship James McHenry Captain Richard Dale Announces purchase and preparation of the ship Ganges. Presidential appointment as navy captain, to take command of the ship. Requested to get the ship to see within a week with the necessary improvements and officers and staff. Requests that each seaman be examined by the surgeon. Outlines specific responsibilities and records.
June 15, 1798 Appointment as Captain; Immediate Instructions to Set Sail James McHenry Captain Stephen Decatur Reports purchase of ship Delaware (now Hamburgh Packet). Issues presidential appointment as captain of the ship and requests immediate activity, to be equipped for three months. Requests appointment of staff and lists salary. Requests physical examination to ensure sound health. Seeks information about rendezvous and outlines responsibilities. Outlines process to obtain military stores.
October 12, 1799 Pinckey's Views on Sundry Matters Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Alexander Hamilton Pinckney provides his opinions on matters such as winter quarters, Parker's proposed journey to the Northwestern Territory, his wife's health, the appearance of officers in uniforms, and the appointment of a major of artillery to be a deputy paymaster.
August 16, 1800 Probably Not Guilty of Acts of Piracy, Etc. Jeremiah Condy Samuel Hodgdon Condy discusses a number of matters including the illness of his mother-in-law and the escape of Capt. Merchant who had been charged with acts of piracy.
December 1, 1792 Letters of Major General St.Clair to Secretary of War John Stagg Henry Knox These are true extracts of the original letters of Major General St. Clair written to Henry Knox regarding the late Quartermaster General on file in the War Department of the United States as of December 1st, 1792. Conveys concerns and problems with Samuel Hodgdon.