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Your letter of the 26 of December is received. The sum you mention per Month appears high for the...
Albany, June 18, 1798. “Mr. Abraham Bloodgood will … exhibit to you a model of a floating battery...
Since my arrival here I have received three letters from you to the contents of which I have...
The Secretary at War has sent me the copy of a letter from Captain Frye to him, by which it...
New York, March 16, 1799. “You have been requested to provide a competent person to attend in...
I request that you will provide without delay a Trusty person to go as express to West Point. He...
I request that you will without delay forward by Water to Albany the Cloathing which has been...
I sometime since desired Major Hoops to take an arrangement with you for mustering the troops...
According to the present establishment, each Company of Artillerists is to include Eight...
Capt Henrys company of Artillerists is at Powles Hook. Being destined for New Port Rhode Island...
You will be so good as to furnish Colonel Smith with whatever arms he may require. If they do not...
I understand from the Secretary of War, that in the capacity of Agent for the War Department I am...
The three companies of Artillerists commanded by Captains Read, Stille, and Freeman are ordered...
General Hamilton requests Col Stevens to furnish Lt. Dayton with Tents Camp Kettles and such...
Inclosed you will find a return of Cloathing wanted for two companies of the 1st. and two of the...
I send you returns of the 1 of May 1799 to be disposed of according to your general instruction I...
I return you the letter of the 12th. instant from the Secretary of War to you. The Cloathing for...
New York, June 26, 1799. “In consequence of the reference to me by the Secy. of War in the letter...
I approve of your engaging the house which you mention in your letter of today as the Quarters of...
Col Beauman has been with me about the payment of his account for Postage. He says it is now an...
I request that you will procure bowls & platting for two Regiments (Smiths & Ogdens). You will be...
Inclosed is a ⟨plan⟩ for the uniforms &c of the army prepared at my request by Col Smith, with...
Inclosed are discharges for Nine Soldiers unfit for service. You will be pleased to examine them...
Inclosed I send you a Return of Cloathing wanted for Captain Irvine’s Company— You will take...
I request you immediately to purchase for public account three horses which are destined for the...
I wish to be informed what number of men the buildings formerly of Greenleaf at East-Chester...
I have received a letter from Col. Hunnewell dated the twenty eighth of July in which he informs...
I have to request that you will provide — horses for Major Hoops and Captain Stille who are about...
You will please to furnish to the persons mention’d in the inclosed, the cloathing therein...
Major Hoops and Captain Stille will have occasion for four horses on their journey to Niagara....