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[ New York, April 2, 1799. On April 4, 1799, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I have been honored...
New York, April 3, 1799. “… More recruiting Instructions are necessary, there cannot be less than...
New York, April 8, 1799. “… It has been suggested … that an advance of money to the officers on...
Nothing can be more desireable than a well digested plan for connecting the different parts of...
New York, April 8, 1799. “The Commander in Chief having approved the idea of calling the Pay...
Your letter of the 4th. instant, informs me of the contracts, which have been already made, and...
As it will require time to form contracts where there are none already existing, I submit that it...
I have been yesterday & this morning honored with your several favours, three of the 11th and two...
New York, April 15, 1799. “… A letter from General Washington of the 10th. instant has this...
New York, April 17, 1799. “Your letters of the 15th. and 16th. are duly come to hand.… Tomorrow I...
Philadelphia, April 20, 1799. “… As I do not conceive the United States to be now at War in the...
Upon a careful inspection of the Articles of War I entertain doubts, whether I can act upon, by...
It being urgent that the Two Regiments of Artillery should be organised into companies and...
I have reflected, as you have desired, on the most proper principles for regulating the relative...
I have a second time maturely reflected on the proper rule for promotions in the army, and I...
New York, April 27, 1799. “I have reflected on the idea of furnishing the Regimental Quarter...
I hear of no Cloathing arrived. The recruiting service is now actually begun here and elsewhere....
New York, May 2, 1799. “I have received yours of the 30 April. and your directions will be...
Very much attached to the idea of leaving the commanding officer of a distinct & distant army to...
After mature reflection on the subject of your letter of the 26th. of last month; I am clearly of...
New York, May 7, 1799. “… Col Smith … recommends as his Major … Theodosius Fowler Esqr.… I do not...
It is desireable as fast as possible to execute the arrangement which you have adopted for the...
It is urgent that arms for the troops to be raised be at the respective Regimental rendezvouses...
New York, May 21, 1799. “… It is … necessary that ⟨t⟩he officers generally should be possessed of...
In consequence of the information conveyed by your letter of the 21 instant, I have authorised...
New York, May 24, 1799. “… I shall confer with Col Smith on the subject of his Major and...
New York, May 25 [ –27 ] 1799 . “I recur to two of your letters of the 9th. & 10th. instant. The...
The returns from every quarter shew that desertion prevails to a ruinous extent. For this the...
The inclosed my Dear Sir was written on the idea that though the Troops in Tennessee are annexed...
New York, May 30 [ –31 ] 1799 . “… I have this moment recd. your letter of the 29th. instant. I...
New York, June 5, 1799. “… As yet I have to regret that I am without the needful assistance to...
I return Mr. Patterson’s letter. It is not my intention immediately to withdraw more than...
A late letter from you suggests some doubts whether in the case of the Serjeant, who was...
New York, June 12, 1799. Quotes from a “letter from Col: Hall of the 10th. instant” and states:...
I use, my Dear Sir, the privilege of an old friend to write to you in language as explicit as the...
I send you copies and extracts of letters from Colonels Taylor and Smith and from Major...
Seeing the terrible delays which take place is it not adviseable immediately to authorise your...
New York, June 16, 1799. States: “… the recruiting service … is … now in a course of execution in...
I have the honor of your letter of the 15 instant. The several points mentioned in it have been...
New York, June 18, 1799. Quotes an extract from Major Daniel Jackson’s letter of June 6, 1799 ,...
You will be pleased to receive herewith a statement of the articles of supply requisite for a...
I thank you My Dear Sir for the military figures you have sent me. Tactics you know are literally...
New York, June 21, 1799. “The suggestion respecting the Cavalry in your letter of the 18th....
New York, June 22, 1799. Encloses a letter from William S. Smith and suggests that it be...
New York, June 24, 1799. Discusses duties and salary of Ebenezer Stevens. States: “The necessity...
I conclude from your letter by todays post, that your own opinion in regard to the raising of a...
New York, June 25 [ –July 1 ] 1799 . Summarizes the contents of “letters … from Major Rivardi, at...
It is a pity, My Dear Sir, and a reproach, that our administration have no general plan....
I beg leave to recall your attention to the suggestion contained in my letter of the 21st. of...
I transmit you the proceedings of a Court Martial in the case of Joseph Perkins, who is sentenced...