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General Stevens will please to deliver to Capt Huger the papers of the Adjutant Generals Office to be forwarded to B General Wilkinson AL , New-York Historical Society, New York City. For an explanation of the contents of this letter, see James Wilkinson to H, October 13, 1800 . Stevens endorsed this letter: “Genl Hamilton order for delivery of Ajt Genl Papers to Capt Huger for Genl Wilkinson....
I enclose a letter from Dr. Genet together with his account, the settlement of which he requests may take place as speedily as possible; but he has, as you will see, purposely omitted fixing any rate for his services. You will therefore please to fill up the blank, calculating the compensation due to him for the time of his service, on the principle of his receiving the emoluments of a...
The purposes for which the house I now occupy was taken having ceased, you will be pleased to dispose of it, as soon as possible, in the way which shall appear to you most favorable to the public interest. With great consideration   I am, Sir,   Yr. obt ser AL , New-York Historical Society, New York City; Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Stevens,...
I send you the inclosed Return of Surgical Instruments &c. at Fort Niagara. It has by some accident remained unattended to; you will observe also a Return for Medicine and Hospital Stores for the present year of which I request you to furnish promptly an adequate supply. with true consideration I am Sir Your obed Servt. ( Df , in the handwriting of Philip Church, Hamilton Papers, Library of...
Enclosed is a return of medicine sent to me by Colonel Smith—It consists of Articles which are stated to be of immediate necessity. As it is probable, however, that the Surgeons have calculated on the troops continuing some time where they are, you will ascertain from some medical Gentleman what will be wanted for a body of twelve hundred men until the middle of next month— This will be...
There being no other existing provision for the purpose—You will in future furnish Hospital Stores to the troops within this State. None of the component parts of the ration come, however, within this description. These will continue to be furnished by the Contractor. With great consideration I am Sir Yr. ob. Servt. ( LS , New-York Historical Society, New York City; Df , in the handwriting of...
I wrote some time since for Clothing for two full companies to be forwarded to Major Bewell. I presume this will pass thro’ you. It is necessary therefore to inform you that this officer has changed his Head Quarters from Benington to Westminster on the Connecticut river. The following is part of a letter from Major Bewell—“When the additional Clothing comes on will it not be well for the...
I request you will pay out of this any public monies which may be in yr. hands the amount of the enclosed bill for One hundred and fifty dollars, the bill relates to the device mentioned in the account annexed. These documents must be sent to the assistant Quarter master Genl. at Philadelphia who will decide whether the balance or any part of it is to be paid With— (Copy, in the handwriting of...
I have received your letter of yesterday. I had thought that I had given you a written direction relative to the Clothing for the Artillery; but upon examining my files I do not find any—I will recollect however your shewing me a written letter from the Secy. of War relative to Clothing on the subject, and my giving you authority to procure Clothing, but to What extent my memory does not...
Your letter of the 5th. instant has been received— It is my wish that the houses at present occupied as Offices, and Quarters for the Officers attached to me, and to the Adjutant and D. Paymaster Generals be retained for the ensuing year—you will take measures accordingly— With great consideration I am Sir yr. ob Servt. ( LS , New-York Historical Society, New York City; copy, in the...