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In consequence of the general superintendence of the recruiting service having been confided to me, The Secretary of War has sent me a copy of your letter of the seventh instant with a copy of your instructions from Col Butler. I have concluded to direct that you will take your station at Staunton instead of Winchester as was intended. Winchester is the Regimental Rendezvous of one of the...
The cloathing, as mention’d in yr. letter of the 19th. of June, I understand has been ordered to Staunton. I have requested of the Secy. of War the Supply of money for the Officers which you desire With great consideration &c (Copy, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
In consequence of your letter of the 14th. Ulto. I have written to Maj Capt. Brock instructing him that all his reports & returns are to be made to you as Superintendant of the recruiting Service for the 4th. Regt. With great consideration &c (Copy, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Your letters of the fifth of July and of the ninth of August have been delivered to me. I am extremely sorry it did not occur to me before this late period that I have power only to direct your operations with respect to the recruiting service, and that of course it would be improper in me to give you leave of absence. I must therefore refer you to General Pinckney, simply remarking that I...
Your letter of the sixteenth of this month has just been delivered to me. There can be no appointments of Inspectors untill the troops shall be organized into brigades and divisions. In the mean time the duty of mustering must of necessity, be performed by you with the aid of the person who officiates as surgeon to your detachment. This is the course in other like cases. I have written to the...
The arrangement mentione Suggested in your letter of the 4th. inst. relative to Capt Brock and his recruits I approve, and desire you to carry it into effect— As to what rela that part of your letter which relates contains your request for leave of Absence, I have lately written to you, referring you to General Pinckney for an answer on that subject With great consideration &c ( Df , in the...
You will on the receipt of this letter order a Genl. Court Martial to assemble at Staunton for the trial of John Lines & Robt. Gilmore Deserters from Capt. Gibson’s Company and such other Offenders as may be brought before it; of which Capt. Gibson is to be Prest. You will and appoint four other officers to constitute the Court and a person to Officiate as Judge Advocate and transmit the...
I have received Your letter of the eighth of September, and have written to the Superintendant of military stores urging that a supply of woolen overalls be immediately forwarded to you at Staunton. General Pinckney is now at Newport. I have communicated to him your request on the subject of a furlough, and trust that you will soon have the permission which you desire. With great considerat. I...
I have received your letters of the third and fourth of October. There must, I think, have been some mistake in the order to Lieutenant Lewis to repair to Wilmington, but not having my papers before me, I can not exactly tell how the matter is situated. I am content however that he and his party and his recruits should remain, for the present, where he now is they are. I have requested the Pay...