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I enclose the within power, confiding that the Trustees agree in an opinion, that no investment in real property, should be assented to, unless, in such, as would be productive to Mrs. Le Guien, in case of accident to her husband. If the power be not sufficiently ample, or in proper form, be pleased to cause such an one to be sent to me, as you may judge requisite & I will return it duly...
Elizabethtown [ New Jersey ] December 15, 1800 . Complains that he cannot collect from the Government the money he spent for the public service while he was in the Army. Asks Hamilton to certify that the vouchers for Ogden’s expenditures be allowed. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For payments to Ogden, see William Simmons to Henry Dearborn, March 5, 18, 31, April 26, 1802 (RG 217,...
Mr. Genti, has arrived with your baggage, for which a waggon is ready, as also, a horse for himself, there will be no delay in getting them forward. A horse for yourself & two horses for your carevan, with a driver, will be at Paulus-hook to morrow evening. I will have the honor of meeting you at Newerk and Shewing you the way to your quarters, neer the Cantonment. I am with the most perfect...
Elizabeth Town [ New Jersey ] May 13, 1800 . “… I did not return, untill after post hour, from the Cantonment, where I had been to take a house for you, agreeably to your request. I have procured one within a mile, pleasantly situated, in which, you can have three rooms—should it be necessary, besides, to have a dining marquee, I have one at your service, which may possibly answer your...
I take the liberty of recommending, Lieutenant Thomas Brinley of the 16th. regiment for the appointment of Brigade Quarter-Master. Captain Ellery has given me a character of this gentleman, which shews him, altogether suitable for this station, and which, it seems, he prefers to the one to which he had been invited in the Office of the Adjutant General. I wrote to Colo. Rice on this subject a...
It is with great regret, that I forward the enclosed letter to me, enfolding one to you, from Major Adlum. I however hope, that a further accomodation to him, of the few days, which his affairs seem to require, will prevent the necessity of his adhering to the election, which he has made, between an important sacrifice of private interest and the resignation of his commission. I have the honor...
I do myself the honor of submitting to your consideration, the enclosed estimate. As soon as the same shall be returned with your remarks and alterations, I shall be enabled, to form the returns, as required by the General order of the 7th. of the last month, as fast, as they may be sent to me by the different Corps. Will any further order be necessary, or am I to consider the General order...
I take the liberty of recommending, Lieutenant Samuel S. Voorhis, for the appointment of Adjutant, to the 11th. Regiment of Infantry, in the room of Lieutenant William Potter, lately appointed an Assistant to the Deputy Quarter Master General. Mr Voorhis appears well-qualified to fill the station for which he is recommended, and, I have no doubt that, in case, he be appointed, he will...
Permit me to request, that Lieutenant James Gordon of the 13th. regiment, may be appointed Brigade Quarter Master. He is highly recommended by Colo. Taylor and Major Ripley—for this station—is willing to accept of it, and appears to me well qualified to discharge its duties. I have the honor to be with the most perfect respect your most obt servant P.S. May I beg you to send the Chapter I left...
There is an instance in the 11th. regiment, where a young man under 18. years of age, but supposed to have been of sufficient age, by the recruiting Officer, enlisted into the service. His relations, who are respectable, require his discharge, as matter of right, but have agreed to submit to your decision, upon the question, “whether or not, it be in the option of government to retain persons...