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April 20, 1794 Fortifications of Baltimore John Jacob Rivardi Henry Knox Letter from the Secretary of War regarding the fortifications in Baltimore, Maryland.
August 2, 1794 Fortifications of North Carolina Nicholas Martinan Henry Knox Letter to the Secretary of War regarding the construction of various fortifications off the coast of North Carolina.
October 2, 1799 Discussion of French Mission James McHenry William Hindman Responds to letter. Reports that the mission to France is disapproved by the Federalists. Refers to French speedy return to monarchy. Hopes that he will continue to serve the public. Encloses note from Samuel Barrows.
July 10, 1794 Materials for fortifications at Baltimore Samuel Dodge Henry Knox Transmits to the Secretary of War a statement of materials brought to the fortifications and barracks at Baltimore. Includes timber, plank, shingles, shovels, casks of powder, gun carriages, picks, axes, crowbars, wheelbarrows, nails, locks, and bolts.
December 4, 1800 Patriots Quitting the Wheel of Government, Etc. Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon In addition to a discussion of business matters, Williams laments the resignation of men he considers Patriots from the central government, including Oliver Wolcott, Jr. from the post of Secretary of the Treasury.
May 29, 1791 Poor Beatty, Lottery Tickets, Etc. Ebenezer Denny Joseph Howell Poor Beatty could stand it in New Brunswick no longer so Denny had to go up so Beatty could retire to his brothers in Prince Town [Princeton] where he will remain for at least a fortnight. Six of Denny's and Howell's [lottery] tickets turned out blanks, there were three prizes of 50, and one still on the wheel. Captain Steadford had great success. General Harmar should have had the opportunity to...
April 8, 1800 Account of Charges to John Mackey William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Account of charges to John Mackey made at armory at Harper's Ferry Virginia [West Virginia].
May 11, 1798 Estimate of Quartermaster Supplies for Army of 20,000 Men Samuel Hodgdon [not available] A thorough estimate of the supplies needed for an army of 20,000 men, not counting contingent expenses such as repairs, transportation, etc.
May 20, 1791 Account of Frederick Perkhoff Michael Connolly Joseph Howell Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts concerning the pay of a soldier, Frederick Perkhoff, under the command of Schuyler.
May 12, 1796 Report of a commitee upon the plan of an improvement for a windless, presented by Americanus. Joshua Humphreys [not available] Document, report describes plan of a pull lever or windless.
April 8, 1800 Notification of Updated Entries William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Settlement of account of John Mackey, Pay Master at Armoury of Harper's Ferry, Virginia. Mackey received credit on the books of the Office, Simmons requested Hodgdon update the entries on his books.
March 6, 1800 Credit to Account William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Settlement of accounts of John Woodward, agent of Fortifications at New London, CT. Details of accounts. Simmons requested Hodgdon make the necessary entries in the Books of the Superintendent of Military Stores.
May 13, 1795 Memorandum of sundries delivered at the Portsmouth Navy Yard Edmund H. Quincy [not available] Memorandum of sundries delivered at the yard before the 20th December 1794 as received by the constructor of the Frigate building in Portsmouth New Hampshire received and entered May 20th, 1795.
April 8, 1800 Payment to Joseph Habersham for Contingent and Incidental Government Expenses David Henley James McHenry Henley requests payment of $125.39 to John Crozier, postmaster at Knoxville, to be appropriated to the contingent and incidental expenses of government.
March 7, 1796 My Machine for Proving Powder Joseph Leacock Samuel Hodgdon Leacock extols the benefits of proving public powder using his machine. He feels he deserves a contract and a patent for his new device.
April 5, 1797 Extract of Letter [not available] [not available] Extract Letter, discusses supplies needed and precautions in shipping them.
April 5, 1797 Extract of Letter [not available] [not available] Extract Letter, discusses supplies needed and precautions in shipping them.
April 5, 1797 Powder, Ball, and Lead to Meet Events, Etc. James Bruff James McHenry In order to do the repairs and alterations to the works and barracks a horse will be needed in addition to a number of building materials. Five tons of powder with ball and lead may be necessary to meet events as well as other ordnance and materials needed to work on sundry vessels.
August 8, 1792 Report from Fort Hamilton James Wilkinson Henry Knox Wilkinson reports on his monthly returns of the garrisons of Forts Jefferson and Steuben, the 1st Regiment, and the Corps of Kentucky Riflemen, including its strength and reorganization, his supply situation, and plans for furure movement
January 21, 1799 Explains Nominations who did not Pass James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Encloses list of names submitted by the General to the Senate. Comments on several men who have not accepted the nomination or were not approved. Intends to follow guidelines for ranks by schedule.
August 13, 1798 Request for tents for Secretary of Navy Major Commandant Marine Corps William Ward Barrows John Harris James McHenry and Samuel Hodgdon request that John Harris deliver to the Secretary of Navy, a marquee, horseman's tents and common tents, to be be paid at full market value. Commandant of Marine Corps William Ward Burrows requests delivery of tents to Lieutenant George Meminger.
July 18, 1791 Estimate of money due in the Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] Estimate of Money due in the Quarter Masters Department.
December 6, 1791 Mr. Kirkland's estimate for civilizing the Oneida and Onondaga Indians Reverend Samuel Kirkland [not available] Fiscal, describes labor costs re Indian husbandry. Extracted from Kirkland's estimate to General Knox dated Philadelphia 6 Dec 1791. Costs outlined include schoolhouse with 2 schoolmasters; blacksmith; carpenter and wheelwright; Tuscarora and Onondaga farmers; yokes of oxen; draught chains; log dou; plows; hog plows ox carts; hoes; superintendent; harrows; grindstones. The blacksmith and...
January 21, 1799 Names Which May or May Not Be Sent to the Senate James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry provides a list of names developed by the Generals and either sent to the Senate, not sent to the Senate, or postponed by the Senate.
March 5, 1789 Return of Pensions Paid to Invalids of Rhode Island. Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Return of pensions paid to invalids of Rhode Island.