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It is now time to contemplate the distribution of the Troops of the UStates into Divisions and...
In consequence of the necessity of careful inquiry for a fit character previous to an...
It appears to me very adviseable to remit to the Pay Master General of the Western army bounty...
It give[s] me pleasure to learn from your letter of the 16 instant, which was received yesterday,...
New York, October 23, 1799. “… I am induced to think, that the recruiting Service for the Sixth...
[ New York, October 24, 1799. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads:...
Lt. Campbel Smith has made a representation to me on the subject of some claims which he has...
General Wilkinson has furnished me with the inclosed estimates of the cost of the Water Battery...
I have the honor to send you the arrangement which has been proposed by General Wilkinson and...
First Regiment Field & Staff John F. Hamtramck Lieut. Col. Commandant Thomas Hunt 1st Major – – –...
By the contract with James OHara Esquire, it appears that on the South East side of the Ohio...
Relative to the claim of Lt Smith, who was appointed Judge Advocate to the Army by the Commanding...
I am this moment honored with your letter of the 8th instant. Considering the nature of my...
[ New York, November 14, 1799. On November 18, 1799, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I recd two...
It Surely must have escaped Genl Hamilton’s Recollection, that the Papers he alludes to, never...
New York, November 22, 1799. “I have just been honored with your letter of the twentieth instant....
The near approach of a Session of Congress will naturally lead you to the consideration of such...
From information which I have occasionally received it would appear that abuses are, from time to...
The preparation of a good system for the Tactics and police of the different portions of our Army...
New York, December 3, 1799. “… In conformity with your letter of the 25th of November I have...
New York, December 4, 1799. “I take the liberty to request of you information whether the claims...
Having some private business of importance to transact at Philadelphia, and there being several...
I have heretofore submitted to you a scale for the allowance of servants to the different grades...
Pursuant to an instruction some time since received from you, I have now the honor to offer to...
Uniform for the Army of the United States For The Commander In Chief      A blue Coat, without...
A complete revision of the Articles of War is desireable, as they require amendment in many...
Application has been made to me on the Subject of Chaplains. I find by recurrence to the laws...
New York, January 9, 1800. “… The Adjutt: General is busied in preparing the Return you require....
Some of the maxims which obtain with the Officers at the seat of Government, charged with the...
I have the honor to send you the return of the Army of the UStates which you lately required and...
I shall go to Albany on Sunday next on urgent business. Official communications from you will, of...
There are many officers in Town who have entirely worn out their Uniforms, and are anxious to...
The inclosed letter speaks for itself. I think upon the whole unless there are objections of...
I have but just returned to this city, having been unavoidably detained at Albany much longer...
I have read with great pleasure your letter to the Committee of Defence. It presents the subject...
Agreeable to your wish expressed to me when at Philadelphia I have considered of a proper person...
As the season advances fast, when it will be proper to give effect to the new disposition for the...
I have received your letter of the twenty fourth instant. I have reflected on the question...
I have the honor of forwarding to you the definitive arrangement of the relative ranks of the...
I send you the inclosed papers as they came to me from the Pay Master General. It appears that...
Enclosed is a copy of a letter which I wrote some time ago to the Pay Master General on the...
I some time since sent you an estimate of the Cloathing requested for the Troops under my...
I am told, though I really have not seen the law, that one has passed suspending the Recruiting...
I have received your letters of the twenty seventh of February, and of the third of March. You...
Captain Izzard has determined to accept the appointment of Secretary to Mr. Smith our minister...
New York, March 7, 1800. States that the “law which provides for Brigade and Division Inspectors...
Mr. Ethan A. Brown has acted, for some time, in my office, in the character of Assistant...
Some ill health joined to much occupation has delayed longer than I wished the preparation of the...
Herewith you have the draft of a Bill respecting the Corps & Engineers & Artillerists. I vary in...
Your letter of the seventh instant has been received. I have upon reflection, thought it...