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November 10, 1792 Regarding the Rejection of Woolen Overalls Henry Knox Isaac Craig Knox expresses surprise over the rejection of woolen overalls, since he took measures to have them inspected. It had been reported to him that every article passed inspection.
November 1, 1799 Autograph Letter Signed [not available] [not available] Letter, directs preparation of woolen overalls for company at Baltimore.
December 15, 1791 Clothing for the Troops William Hill Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War encloses two boxes containing articles of clothing for the troops in the service of the United States on board the stage boat Amboy. One box contains 160 pairs of woolen overalls and the other contains 133 pairs of woolen overalls and 499 pairs of woolen socks. A receipt for delivery should be transmitted by post.
November 28, 1798 Delivery of Woolen Overalls James McHenry John Harris Letter directs the revision of previous order for overalls for recruits.
February 15, 1798 Woolen Overalls for the Marines James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver eight pair of woolen overalls to Lieutenant McRea for the use of the Marines on board the Frigate "United States."
December 19, 1796 Only One Pair of Woolen Overalls for Each Man, Etc. Staats Morris Samuel Hodgdon After receiving the invoice of the articles sent forward for the use of his Company at Fort Mifflin, Morris notes a deficiency in the order in that most of his men have only one pair of woolen overalls. Enclosed is an account of the vouchers related to the expenses of Morris's march which is found without error. He also would like to paid as soon as it is convenient.
February 15, 1798 Woolen Overalls for Lieutenant McRea James McHenry John Harris Harris is directed to deliver eight pairs of woolen overalls to Lieutenant McRea for the use of the Marines on board the frigate "United States."
September 19, 1799 Drum Heads and White Woolen Overalls William Bass Samuel Hodgdon Only one set of drum heads has been delivered to Colonel Moore on his order. There are no more than eighty pairs of white woolen overalls in the store though there are plenty of cotton overalls.
January 31, 1797 Articles Due Kalteisen's Detachment Stephen Rochefontaine Samuel Hodgdon The following articles are due to Captain Kalteisen at Charleston, South Carolina when he is ready to depart to New York: a sergeant's coat, vest, woolen or linen overalls (depending on the climate) and shirts. Thirty pairs of woolen socks are also due and should be applied for directly by the Captain for the remainder of his company.
August 23, 1791 Clothing for John Schrider John Stagg William Knox Knox is asked to provide the bearer, John Schrider, who is a regular in Capt. Haskell's Company and has been sick in the hospital, with one pair of woolen overalls, one pair of shoes, and a woolen vest for which he should provide a receipt.
December 29, 1792 Clothing for Troops in Carlisle Pennsylvania John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Orders to ship woolen overalls to recruits under Thomas Butler.
February 8, 1799 Receipt of clothing for the troops in Detroit David Strong Samuel Hodgdon Writes from Detroit that he has received the clothing requested, including vests and woolen overalls. Adds that he hopes the troops will receive such supplies in a more timely manner in the future.
June 19, 1799 Procuring Woolen Overalls for the Troops James McHenry William Simmons Ebenezer Stevens was asked to procure woolen overalls for the troops in the harbor of New York and at West Point. However, he was informed by Simmons that supplying overalls was not credited to his account. Stevens should be informed of the course he should pursue to settle this matter.
November 10, 1791 Transport of Supplies Henry Knox Isaac Craig With some delay, woolen overalls and a medicine chest en route to Pittsburgh.
August 30, 1798 Overalls & Vests Are Not in Store Samuel Hodgdon George Washington Duncan Articles are being sent to Duncan by way of Boston, except for the woolen overalls and vests which are currently not in store but which will be delivered when they are available.
August 8, 1799 The Company are in a ragged state... Theodore Meminger Alexander Hamilton "...I beg leave to remark that the Company are in a ragged state, many of them being destitute of overalls, of linen, and those of clothes past repair. Blankets and woolen overalls I have not included in the return as it will be some time before they are wanted and would be an incumberance."
January 20, 1792 Box Marked No. 8 John Stagg William Knox In the box marked no. 8 are woolen overalls and pattern suits of soldiers clothing.
[not available] Invoice of Additional Clothing for the Militia Unknown Author [not available] Invoice of additional clothing sent for the militia army from 1 November to 12 December 1796.
November 2, 1798 Clothing for Capt. Gibson Samuel Hodgdon Elias Langham If Capt. Gibson needs the vests and woolen overalls that Langham has on hand, he is asked to forward them to Capt. Gibson at Staunton.
August 18, 1799 Invoice of articles of clothing Samuel Hodgdon William R. Boote Invoice of small bale forwarded to Brunswick, New Jersey, addressed to Ensign Boote. Invoice includes hats, vests, coats, woolen overalls, shirts, and blankets.
December 25, 1798 On the subject of clothing supplies Callender Irvine Samuel Hodgdon Received a bale containing fifty pairs of woolen overalls in good condition; Captain Irvine also thanks Hodgdon for the appreciated clothing - including vests and coats - that he has received.
July 20, 1785 Military clothing on the Sloop Sally Samuel Hodgdon Nicholas Fish Samuel Hodgdon sends to Major Nicholas Fish notification of shipment of military clothing.
May 10, 1792 Shoes & Socks for Melcher Lieutenant J Melcher William Knox Melcher asks Knox to send by his sergeant the shoes and socks necessary to complete his recent order. Likewise the woolen overalls should be sent to complete the previous day's order.
September 29, 1798 Sergeants' Clothing in Place of Privates' Clothing Samuel Hodgdon Jonathan Jackson Hodgdon informs Jackson that, having no privates' vests, shirts, or woolen overalls in store, he has elected to forward sergeants' clothing instead. It costs more but there is little difference between the two types of clothing.
December 8, 1791 Travel Plans Henry Knox Isaac Craig Orders to send troops to Fort Washington immediately upon arrival of Mr. Swan if they have not left already. If woolen overalls have not arrived, Knox approved the companies waiting until the supplies arrive.