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Lieutenant Muhlenberg has been directed to proceed with the company of Captain Bruff from Baltimore to Norfolk. This officer, in a letter of the twenty seventh inst. represents mentions to me that the men are destitute of woolen overalls I have therefore to request that you will furnish to Baltimore a supply for a full company You will therefore be pleased to furnish with as soon as possible...
Mr. Hamilton requests Mr. Hodgsdon to be so obliging as to inform him whether he has in his power or eye any horse which would be proper as a riding horse for Mr. Hamilton—easy gated of some blood & capable of rendering service. Mr. Hamilton would mean to purchase him. AL , The Indiana Historical Society Library, Indianapolis.
I am to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of yesterday. That the amount of the Monies received by you for Arms &c. sold to the State of South Carolina, may be ascertained according to the established usage of the Treasury Department, it will be necessary that you present an account thereof with the proper documents at the Auditors Office. A warrant will then issue upon you in favor of the...
I request that you will furnish me on Saturday Evening at my house with a complete return of all the articles you will by that time have forwarded for the Militia army distinguishing how much to the Militia of each state and at the same time of all arms accoutrements cloathing and Camp Equipage fit for service which remain in store at and near Philadelphia. Substantial accuracy will suffice &...
I have received your letter of the 10th. inst & feel myself much am obliged by your attention to your my request. I — I would just remark of on the return, which was inclosed, of Cloathing &c furnished, that the 10th. Regiment seems to have been supplied with nearly its full complement while some others whose progress in recruiting is equal or nearly so, seem in some instances articles quite...
I wrote to you some time since requesting a supply of Marquieus and Tents for myself and the Adjutant General with our suites. It is my intention to set out for the camp at Scotch Plains on Monday next, and I could wish that the tents & Marquieues might be there or at Elizabeth Town by that time. They will be addressed, in either case, to the D Q M General. Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y....
It is with distress I find that the troops are every where a head of their supplies. Not a shoe, blanket or ounce of ammunition destined for this place is yet arrived—except what Mr. Wright conductor for the Pensylvania division brought on with him. I begin to fear infidelity in some of your conductors of Waggons. For Heaven sake send forward a man that can be depended upon on each route to...
Your letter of the first instant has been delivered to me— I did not receive the letter of Col. Bentley as a complaint, but merely in the light of information; and it was with that view that I transmitted the extract. Your explanation of the matter is perfectly satisfactory—As however it is proper right, and tends to security that invoice s should attend parcels of Clothing to the ir final...
Captain Bishop has been directed to march with his company of Artillerists and Engineers from Winchester in Virginia to Bristol in Pennsylvania— (He will take the route of by Martinsburg, Hagars Town in Maryland, York Town and Maryland Lancaster in Pennsylvania. At these The Contractors at these places have been directed instructed, to furnish him with the necessary assistance)—He has been...
I request that some person in character of chief Armourer who may also have charge of the Artificers be provided to accompany the Militia Army. Let him also engage such wheelwrights and other mechanics as may not certainly be found among the troops, and let every correspondent arrangement be made. One half the Intrenching tools intended for the expedition are to be forwarded without delay to...