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I request from you in the course of the day an estimate of the number of boards requisite for covering the Roofs of hutts sufficient for a Regiment of Infantry & for making bunks and benches and of their cost. likewise the quantity & price of Nails for the same purpose. With considratn I am Sir Yr Obed Ser Ebenezer Stevens Eq ( ALS , New-York Historical Society, New York City).
I have to request that you will provide — horses for Major Hoops and Captain Stille who are about to leave this place for Niagara. You will likewise be pleased likewise to advance fifty dollars to Capn. Stille and seventy five to Major Hoops to defray the expences of the journey— With great consn I am, Sir &c: &c: ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of...
Inclosed you will find a return of Cloathing wanted for two companies of the 1st. and two of the 2d. Regiments of Artillerists & Engineers. You will please to attend to the procuring & forwarding of those Articles, recollecting that the principal part of the troops in question are now removed to Fort Jay— With consideration I am Sir—your obedient servt. ( LS , New-York Historical Society, New...
Inclosed are discharges for Nine Soldiers unfit for service. You will be pleased to examine them yourself and take a note of their situations. Five of them appear to me to be in a state, which could not have escaped the recruiting officer. Tis with a view to this that I have made a personal examination & that I desire another examination by you. when you have made this examination you will...
I am informed by the Secretary of War that there are, at Albany, five eight inch Brass Howitzers; two of them are wanted for a particular purpose which you will cause to be transported to this place without Delay— With great consideration I am Sir yr. obedt. servant P.S. I request as soon as possible an estimate of the ammunition of every kind requisite for a six month seige for the following...
The bearer John Meredith having been summoned sent, by my direction, to attend Court Martial at Scotch Plains as a witness, you are desired to make him a reasonable compensation for his time and Expences— With great consideration I am Sir yr. ob Servt. ( LS , in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, New-York Historical Society, New York City).
I enclose the plan of uniform which it is proposed to establish and request that you will employ the Taylor whom you have heretofore employed for similar purposes, to make draughts of the Coats described in the regulations—Let the draughts be made on a distinct paper—I wish to have them as soon as possible— ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Inclosed I send you a Return of Cloathing wanted for Captain Irvine’s Company— You will take measures to direct it to be furnished, without delay, by the proper persons and inform Lieutenant Meminger accordingly. The troops, according to his letter being in urgent want of it— With great consideration & esteem I am Sir yr. obedt. Servant ( LS , New-York Historical Society, New York City; copy,...
I send you the inclosed Return of Surgical Instruments &c. at Fort Niagara. It has by some accident remained unattended to; you will observe also a Return for Medicine and Hospital Stores for the present year of which I request you to furnish promptly an adequate supply. with true consideration I am Sir Your obed Servt. ( Df , in the handwriting of Philip Church, Hamilton Papers, Library of...
New York, June 26, 1799. “In consequence of the reference to me by the Secy. of War in the letter which you shewed me, respecting Mr. Mangin’s compensation, I give it as my opinion that you pay him the four Dollars per day for the times of his employment which you have heretofore stated to me.… You have informed me that at the time of employing Mr. Mangin you promised him compensation at the...