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I yesterday received your favor of the 3d. instant and beg you to be assured, that any employment, which your arrangements may have assigned me, shall be zealously undertaken and faithfully executed to the extent of my abilities, at the same time, it is proper for me, to express my apprehensions, that the result will not, in any other particulars, justify the confidence with which you have...
Your letter of the 22d. instant came by the mail of Saturday and was received by me on the Monday following, being yesterday, I am now on this day setting to execute your commission with all the dispatch in my power. I have the honor to be with the utmost respect your mo. ob. servt ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have lately learned, that Captain Cole of the 11th regiment, has solicited from you, that his resignation might be accepted—he had previously notified me by letter of an intention to resign on the first day of the present month, since which he has not addressed me—believing, however, that he considered his communication to me, as sufficiently formal, I have to join him, in his request, that...
Permit me to remind you, that the supplies of wood for the Brigade at the Cantonment, near the Scotch plains have been made up to the 15th. of the present month, and not farther, the sooner orders may be received, for a farther supply, the greater will be the time, within which I may use endeavours to make contracts for lower sums, than I have been oblidged, from necessity to give. I have the...
The men, who have been recruited for the 11th. regiment, begin to solicit for pay, many of them having been enlisted for more than a month, I have promised to write upon the subject, and as money is the life of the recruiting service, I hope, shortly, to receive directions for carrying into execution, the arrangements, which have been or may be made for fulfilling this part of the contract...
Elizabeth Town [ New Jersey ] June 23, 1799 . “… The success in recruiting in the several sub-districts, hes been exceedingly various, which may be ascribed in part to the different degrees of address or talent in that way, and of activity, in the recruiting Officers, in part to the good or ill disposition of the inhebitents toward the government and in part, to a went of Officers occesioned...
I am desired by General Dayton, to inform your Excellency, that the funeral of the late Lieutenant Colonel Commant Barber, will take place to morrow morning at ten OClock, at which time the procession will set out from Mr William Dennison’s, the late quarters of the deceased. The corps will be interred at Bethleham-meeting-house. I have the honor to be. Your Excellency’.s most obedient humble...
Yesterday by the mail I duly received your favor of the 22d. Ultimo, and being in the predicament you mention, in relation to the hats received for my regiment, I have made arrangements for the supply of cockades and loops agreably to your directions— With the highest respect I have the honor to be, Your mo. Obedt. servt. ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Mr. Genti, has arrived with your baggage, for which a waggon is ready, as also, a horse for himself, there will be no delay in getting them forward. A horse for yourself & two horses for your carevan, with a driver, will be at Paulus-hook to morrow evening. I will have the honor of meeting you at Newerk and Shewing you the way to your quarters, neer the Cantonment. I am with the most perfect...
Elizabethtown [ New Jersey ] December 15, 1800 . Complains that he cannot collect from the Government the money he spent for the public service while he was in the Army. Asks Hamilton to certify that the vouchers for Ogden’s expenditures be allowed. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For payments to Ogden, see William Simmons to Henry Dearborn, March 5, 18, 31, April 26, 1802 (RG 217,...