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I have been Honored with your Orders of the 23rd 26th & 31 of March with the regulations & directions for the recruiting Service, that of the 23 through inatention at the Post office in New York was mailed for New Milford and sent from that office to me, which has occationed considerable delay, immediately upon receiving the letter I sent express to Lieut. Waters Clark, (who I proposed for my...
On saturday last I had the Honor to recive your favours of the 13 & 15 Instant with the Acts & regulations for the Military establishment & a letter directed to Lieut. Moseley which I immediately forwarded to him by express, & have recived his bonds, (which from information,) I believe are amply suficient, they are inclosed; agreeable to directions I have made a disposition of the Officers to...
I have the Honor to inform you that the recruiting service in the circle under my Command has begun and as far as I can learn with tolerable success—from reflection & the best information I can obtain by visiting the sub district quarters, I am led to believe it would fecilitate the recruiting of the Regt. by delivering the cloathing to the recruits at the sub districts; that the Officers...
Danbury [ Connecticut ] June 8, 1799 . “I have the Honor to inform you that upon my return from New York, I find it has become a Serious question wheather the recruiting Officers have a right to enlist Minors after they arrive to the age of 18 Years, without the consent of their parents, Masters, or Guardians and repeated application has been made for the releasment of some of those so...
I have the honor to inclose to you letters from Genl. Tracy & Colonel Talmadge in recommendation of Mr. Abijah Fenn of Waterbury for the appointment of Lieutenant in the Regiment under my Command; from the recommendation and appearance of the Gentleman I am induced to wish the recommendation may succeed, he wishes to be annexed to Capt. Sandford’s Company in the place of Waters Clarke...
Danbury [ Connecticut ] June 12, 1799 . “From the progressive state of the recruiting service in the Circle under my Command, I have the Honor to inform you that a further supply of bounty Money will be wanted as soon as it can conveniently be sent forward. Thier has been but a small supply of Cloathing furnished for the recruits, and a number are now enlisted and drawn to thier rendizvous,...
I was yesterday Honored with your favour of the 14th Inst. requesting an explination of my letter of the 12th. respecting a further supply of Clothing for the 13th Regt—the distance and expence of transporting the Clothing to the sub districts in small parcels, and my wish to avoid partiality in the distrabution, not knowing which of the Officers would meet with the greatest success in...
A short time since I had the Honor to inclose to you letters from the Honbl. Uriah Tracy Esquire & Colo. Benjamin Talmage recommending Mr. Abijah Fenn for the appointment of Lieut. in the 13th Regiment— as I was not aquainted with Mr Fenn or his character I was induced to address you in his favour from thier recommendations; but from the information I have since obtained, and from a letter...
I have the Honor to acknowledge the recipt of your favour of the 21st & 24th June inclosing letters from the Secretary of War to Lieut. Truman Moseley Pay Master the first I have delivered to him, and the other has been forwarded by a carefull hand— I am sensible the returns sent from New haven was not so regular as they ought to have been, but supposed they might serve to show the present...
I have the Honor to inform you that I discharged Wm. H. Hendrix a Soldier in Capt. Bulfords Company 13th Regiment on the 17th Instant, on account of his haveing a large open Sore on one of his legs he was examined in my presence by Doctr. Joseph Trowbridge who pronounced the sore of long standing & incurable and that it would prevent his performing the duties of a Soldier, he imposed himself...