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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.
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.
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.
January 16, 1792 Supplies for Sedam John Stagg William Knox Knox is asked to deliver to Lieutenant Sedam two sets of the following for recruits: woolen overalls, a pair of shoes, a pair of socks, a shirt, and a blanket.
September 10, 1798 Delivery of Uniforms James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms, shoes, socks, blankets, etc.
February 12, 1796 Proper Clothing for the Corps at West Point, Etc. Stephen Rochefontaine Samuel Hodgdon The inclemency of the season requires that the men remaining at West Point be furnished with the proper clothing, including woolen overalls, shoes, shirts, socks, etc. These items are exhausted in the regimental store and some of the men are unfit for duty for want of them. Captain Frye has been at West Point while checking on his family and did not know that his accounts had to be passed through...
December 12, 1794 Clothing and other articles due Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Secretary Knox informs the Commissary of Military Stores that John Fogas - lately discharged as a matross - is entitled to arrears of clothing. Requests that Hodgdon deliver to John Edwards, attorney to Fogas, the following articles: four hats, four coats, four vests, eleven shirts, ten linnen overalls, eight woolen overalss, four pairs of socks, four pairs of shoes, four stocks and clasps, and...
1799 Invoice of public stores Samuel Hodgdon William R. Boote Invoice of Public Stores, forwarded to Ensign Boote. Includes hats, coats, overalls, vests, shirts, shoes, socks, swords, and blankets.
October 9, 1794 Clothing for Gamble's Troops John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Stagg asks Hodgdon to forward sundry articles of clothing to Captain James Gamble of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers at Lancaster.
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.
December 2, 1793 Equipage for Capt. Kersey John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Stagg lists articles needed by Capt. [William] Kersey at the rendezvous at Spring Garden.
September 23, 1794 Clothing for Hutchins' Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Return of clothing wanted for the recruits of Lt. [Thomas] Hutchins of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers.
May 29, 1795 Estimate of Clothing for a Non-Commissioned Officer William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons' estimate of the cost of one year's clothing of a non-commissioned officer Music or Private for one year, Captain William Rickard's company.
December 14, 1795 Stores Military Clothing in Philadelphia John Harris Samuel Hodgdon A 1796 return of stores of military clothing in Philadelphia.
October 6, 1794 Clothing for Bruff's Company John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon should have transported to Baltimore for the use of Captain [James] Bruff's Company of Artillerists and Engineers the following items; hats, vests, pairs of woolen overalls, pairs of socks, pairs of shoes, clasps, stocks, shirts, and blankets.
February 14, 1798 Request for Socks and Blankets, and Direction for Their Issue William Jones John Harris Ensign requests socks and blankets which were left out of his last clothing issued; William Jones asks that the deficient articles be forwarded.
September 2, 1791 Clothing for Abraham Springer John Stagg William Knox Knox should provide the bearer, Abraham Springer, with the following articles of clothing: one hat, two shirts, one pair of woolen overalls, one pair of shoes, one pair of socks, and one vest. A receipt for same should be taken.
November 29, 1796 Delivery of Clothing James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniform items to soldier.
October 6, 1798 Invoice of public stores Samuel Hodgdon William R. Boote Invoice of public stores, forwarded to Ensign Boote.
November 15, 1798 Delivery of Clothing James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms, musket cartridges, etc.
November 1, 1799 Autograph Letter Signed [not available] [not available] Letter, directs preparation of woolen overalls for company at Baltimore.
March 27, 1798 Supplies for Capt. Brock's Company James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Transmit to Baltimore for the use of Capt. James Brock's Company of Artillerists and Engineers the following: six hats, six vests, twelve pair of woolen overalls, twelve pair of socks, twelve pair of shoes, six stocks, sixteen shirts, and six blankets.
November 9, 1793 Clothing Received Nicholas Hannah Samuel Hodgdon On November 6th Hannah received Hodgdon's letter from Capt. Elwood informing him that specific articles of clothing were on board his vessel all of which were in good order.
July 16, 1794 Clothing for Kersey's Detachment John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon A return of clothing wanted for the detachment under the command of Capt. William Kersey. Stagg notes that some of the recruits are due new suits.
October 31, 1794 Arrears of Clothing for John Tibbets John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Stagg notes that John Tibbets, a discharged soldier, is entitled to the following arrears of clothing: hat, vest, coat, linen overalls, woolen overalls, shirts, stock and clasp, socks, blanket, and pairs of shoes.