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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 14, 1797 Request for Copy of Letter from Secretary McHenry Patrick Ferrall Josiah Fox Letter, asks for copy of McHenry letter.
May 7, 1796 Sends letter from the Secretary of War William Simmons Captain Nicoll (Fragment Only - Letterbook pages missing). Cover letter transmitting a copy of a letter from the Secretary of War to Colonel Rochefontaine
June 20, 1799 Transmitting the Translations Alexander Hamilton Jonathan Williams "I have to thank you for your obliging attention to my request in transmitting the translations mentioned in your letter of the 17th. I shall peruse them with an eye to the claim of indulgence which you prefer, though I am persuaded that you might safely have left them to pursue their fortune upon their intrinsic capital. The army is certainly indebted to you for the trouble you have taken."
March 14, 1800 Particular Modes Adopted for Transmitting Returns, Etc. Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon After submitting a return of clothing due Captain Kalteisen, Freeman inquired as to the particular modes required for transmitting returns. Since he has not had a reply, he is unable to answer the men's inquiries respecting their clothing. He congratulates Hodgdon on the birth of his daughter but advises that he and his wife are unable to do likewise since they may be removed from St. Croix to...
July 25, 1794 Letter from General Gibson Alexander James Dallas Henry Knox At the direction of the Governor [of Virginia] Dallas is transmitting a copy of a letter received from General [Alexandeer] Gibson, dated July 18th.
January 9, 1795 Ports for Disbursing Whiskey for the Use of the Army Alexander Hamilton Timothy Pickering Hamilton notes that the custom has been to receive whiskey at the ports of Pittsburgh, Whelen, and Fort Washington and suggests that, since there are no places more convenient, the practice should be reinstated at the port of Whelen.
November 27, 1794 Transmitting the Rolls of Militia Joseph Howell Constant Freeman There is no necessity for transmitting the rolls of militia of those for whom evidence exists of their being employed under the authority of the United States.
December 7, 1791 Accurate Receipts Joseph Howell Moses Porter Porter will receive from Capt. Miles six months pay for himself and the company under his command. Howell stresses the importance of being as accurate as possible in obtaining receipts from his men and transmitting them with all convenient dispatch.
September 26, 1799 More organization is indispensable. Alexander Hamilton Charles Cotesworth Pinckney "I have heard of your arrival at Rhode Island. On the____ I wrote you a long letter transmitting all the instructions which respect the recruiting service &c. Did you receive this letter? Is there anyone who would act upon it in your absence? I wish you could make a visit to Trenton convenient. More organization is indispensable. Several things of material concern are to be arranged. I shall go...
September 28, 1799 Letter from Alexander Hamilton Alexander Hamilton Aaron Ogden Letter, discusses rations and huts for soldiers.
August 24, 1797 Copy of Estimate for Materials Required by Colonel Strong and Mr. Ernest John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon [partial letter only] Materials purchased for the sloop Detroit will affect what is required for the new schooner. Additionally, paint requested along with turpentine and rosin. Enclosed memos containing list of articles required by Col. Strong and Mr. Ernest. Requested those articles be purchased and forwarded to Detroit.
May 20, 1789 Autograph Letter Signed, Charles Senf to Henry Knox Charles Senf Henry Knox Letter, discusses proposal of peace.
August 19, 1793 Musters of the Troops John Stagg Richard Harrison Stagg is transmitting a copy of the general abstract of the musters of the troops which composed the army under Major General [Arthur] St. Clair in September and October of 1791.
February 10, 1801 Simmons Transmitting Duplicate Documents and Statements to Harrison William Simmons Richard Harrison Transmitting duplicates of abstracts and bills.
November 14, 1794 Copy of a Letter Sent to Mr. Harrison Samuel Hodgdon William Henry Harrison No letter is shown.
December 24, 1797 Authorization to Employ a Blacksmith for Rochefontaine James McHenry George Fleming Copy of letter from Sec. of War authorizing the employment of a blacksmith for Col. Rochefontaine. Hughes account required authorization for reimbursement.
December 22, 1786 Account of Mr. Blair John Pierce Treasurer of New Jersey Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to the Treasurer of the State of New Jersey regarding the account of an agent of the Jersey Line, Mr. Blair.
January 29, 1795 Message to the Senate and the House of Representatives George Washington [not available] Cover letter for letter from Secretary of War and an extract of memo from J. Seagrove. Both documents pertain to Indian Affairs. The letter itself deals with getting Indians to comply with the Treaty of New York.
July 27, 1793 Delay in Transmitting Dr. Strong's Receipt Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Being transmitted is an abstract of warrants drawn by the Secretary of War in continuation to July 27th. It is hoped that Swan will have sent the receipt for the sum remitted by Doctor Strong since it's delay has caused Howell great inconvenience.
January 1, 1789 Action depending between Colonel Mathias Ogden, First [New] Jersey Regiment and Polhemus Jonathan Polhemus Joseph Howell Action depending between Colonel Mathias Ogden, First [New] Jersey Regiment and Polhemus. Asks for certified copy of account.
1797 Letter Regarding Testimony [not available] Casper Iserloan Sends copy of letter regarding forgery and fraud, offers original copy for Rawle's perusal.
April 10, 1800 Information Required by the Letter of April 7 James McHenry William Simmons In consulting with the Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means, McHenry finds that the information required in his letter of April 7 applies only to the years 1798 and 1799.
February 5, 1801 Simmons Directing McRea to Transmit $12.49 to Carlton Walker William Simmons Griffith James McRee Transmitting money from the Treasurer to Carlton Walker, late paymaster to 5th Regiment of Infantry.
July 22, 1799 Supplementing the Abstract of Returns Alexander Hamilton James McHenry The enclosed abstract shows that the returns are not complete due to imperfections in the forms (which will soon be remedied). The additional sources of pertinent information available in the War Department should therefore be forwarded to the Superintendant of Military Stores so that he can transmit the required amounts of clothing and other supplies.
December 17, 1794 Claim of Dr. Baird Joseph Howell Mr. Tracy Enclosed is a copy of a report by the late Commissioner of Army Accounts on the claim of Doctor Baird which should provide the Committee of Claims the required information.