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Pittsburgh, July 3, 1800. Complains that when marching “at the head of a Column commanding a platoon, with the Music Before me” he could not make his orders heard over the noise of the band. States he “once … made my Sword perform the Duties of a Telegraphe” and proposes that “uniform Signals” be “established through the army.” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Hamtramck was a...
I have the honor to inform you of the result of a number of experiments of marching, made with Men of different sizes, but as in real service the Soldier is obliged to carry his Musket, Knapsack & Havresack, on his back, the most of the experiments have been made with the men fully equipped a few, that is, ninety eight experiments, have been made without Arms. They were made with single men,...
The Sudden resolution of Congress Respecting the New Regiments was to me very unexpected, for I had Calculated on their Continuance until our affairs with France would have been finally Settled. I had also indulged my Self with a pleasing hope that Some of the New Corps would have been grafted on the old Establishment, and that our army would have been sufficiently Respectable as to have had...
I have the honor to enclose you a Copy of my last letter to General Wilkinson I have the honor to be Sir with Very great Respect your Most obedient and Very humble Servent ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing Hamtramck to James Wilkinson, May 22, 1800 (copy, signed by Hamtramck, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letters of the 3d and of the 7th instant, also of two Letters for General Wilkinson—Enclosed is a Copy of my last letter to that General I have the honor to be Sir your Most obedient and Very humble Servent— ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing Hamtramck to James Wilkinson, May 16, 1800 (copy, signed by Hamtramck, Hamilton...
I have to acknowledge your letter of the 26th. ultimo for General Wilkinson— I have the honor to be Sir with Very great Respect your most Obedient and Very humble servent ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have the honor to enclose you the last Monthly Return and a Copy of my last letter to General Wilkinson I have the honor to be Sir with very great Respect your Most obedient and Very humble Servent ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing Hamtramck to James Wilkinson, May 8, 1800 (copy, signed by Hamtramck, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have the honor to acknowledge your letter of the 3d instant to General Wilkinson. enclosed is a Copy of my last letter to that General I have the honor to be Sir with every Sentiment of Respect your Most Obedient and Very humble Servent ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing Hamtramck to James Wilkinson, April 22, 1800 (copy, signed by Hamtramck, Hamilton Papers, Library of...
I have the honor to enclose you a Copy of my last letter to General Wilkinson. I have the honor to be sir with every sentiment of Respect your Most obedient and very humble Servent ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. On April 16, 1800, Hamtramck wrote to James Wilkinson: “In a conversation I had with Coll. [John] Wilkins the Quarter Master Genll, I found that he had directed the...
The removal of the Quarter Master Stores from Fort Wayne to Detroit Directed by the Quarter Master General without my knowledge, has given rise to a Military Question which is submitted for your Decision thereon. Whether the Q. M. General can Remove his Stores from one Fort to an other without the Consent or approbation of the principal officer under whom he Serves? I have the honor to be Sir...