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I have received yours of the 10th instant with the inclosed contract for the supply of rations...
I have received your letters of May 3 & 6 and have written to the Superintendant to forward you...
I have received from Mr Banger a letter of the 13. instant inclosing a return of Cloathing in the...
In the list transmitted furnished you of the Officers of your Regiment by some mistake L S...
It is urgent that arms for the troops to be raised be at the respective Regimental rendezvouses...
I stand extremely in need of a capable prudent and trust worthy man to aid me in capacity of...
Your letter of the second instant was received this yesterday. I presume before this reaches you,...
A general arrangement has been made of the Corps of Artillerists in which you are included, it...
I shall with all the respect so justly due to it bear in my mind your recommendation of Mr Wemys...
1930General Orders, 16 May 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
New York, May 16, 1799. States: “The following disposition of the two Regiments of Artillerists...
I send you for your information the arrangement which has been adopted for the organisation and...
This will be handed to you by Cornet Alexander Macombe, of the Cavalry of the U states, who when...
Inclosed is a return of Articles of Cloathing wanted at Fort Wolcott for immediate use. I request...
In the same expectation, which has dictated preceding letters to you; namely that Brigadier...
New York, May 12, 1799. Describes the provisions of Sections 19 and 22 of “An Act for the better...
Capt Henrys company of Artillerists is at Powles Hook. Being destined for New Port Rhode Island...
I am advised that the recruit — has actually begun in Maryland. I recommend that arms and...
In consequence of the arrest of Doctor osborne, which suspended his functions, it became...
Your letter of the 27 of last month in forms me of your intended progress movements. If perchance...
It has been determined to make the following disposition of the first Regiment of Artillery. One...
It is desireable as fast as possible to execute the arrangement which you have adopted for the...
Your letters of the 19 & 28 of April have duly come to hand. You have been informed that the Bond...
It would will I think be best for Mr Clarance Mulford to apply to Col: Ogden to procure him for...
Inclosed is the assignment of his Officers by Col Hall to the several Districts and subdistricts....
Your letter of May 4 with its inclosure has reached me I take it for granted that you are making...
Philadelphia, May 8, 1799. “… The members present then proceeded to the election of officers for...
You will be so good as to inform me precisely upon what terms you engaged Dr Davis to attend upon...
Recruiting Instructions hav e ing not been issued and You will therefore apply to Col: Bentley...
Inclosed are two Warrants, forwarded to me by the Secretary of War, for the pardon of the persons...
New York, May 7, 1799. “… Col Smith … recommends as his Major … Theodosius Fowler Esqr.… I do not...