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I request that you will with the — send me a return of the articles of Cloathing in Store and a similar return weekly that I — as a guide in conducting the recruiting service. With consideration I am Sir Yr Obed Sr— ( ADf , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Inclosed is a return of Articles of Cloathing wanted at Fort Wolcott for immediate use. I request that they may be forwarded without delay, and that You will inform me accordingly— It is desirable that the companies which will be stationed at the several garrisons should be provided with tents for summer use. This will conduce to habits necessary in the field and to the health of the Soldiery....
I have received from Mr Banger a letter of the 13. instant inclosing a return of Cloathing in the Store at Philada. I would wish that the returns may in future designate the supplies from time to time furnished to the troops particularising the Corps— Let the next return shew what has been heretofore furnished to the twelve additional Regiments— (Copy, in the handwriting of Philip Church,...
I inclose you the return of Military Stores viz. at Fort Niagara and request that you will immediately forward a compleat supply of the Articles stated to be wanted ( Df , in the handwriting of Philip Church, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I request a ret particular and exact return of the articles of every kind which have been actually sent forward for the use of the twelve additional Regiments or any of them shewing the quantity are of each article for each Regiment and the places to which respectively sent. With great consideration I am Sir Yr. Obed Sr— ( ADfS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Your letter of the 25 of May, with the return to which it refers as inclosed, have been received. In the scheme proposed by me (till a Hospital Department shall be organised) it is contemplated Until there shall be a complete organisation I know of nothing better to be done than to commit the Military Stores to the Regimental Quarter-Masters and the Hospital Supplies to the Regimental...
You can in I have received your letter of the twenty sixth instt. You can inform the Contractor that the new Artillery coats may be made in the same way with the coat that which is now heretofore worn. Yellow buttons will be substituted in the place of white which was directed by the new arrangement. A model of the Cavalry coats will be furnished shortly—I have heretofore expressed to you my...
Your letter of the 10th. inst. is now before me. The model of the Cavalry Coat has been sent in to the Secy. of War, to whom you will app ly for instructions relative to your doubts as to the other part of the Cloathing; he having hitherto directed that part of the business and — of course being in possession of more accurate informati on respecting the quantity wanted ordered— I am infinitely...
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...
Col. Taylor informs mentions to me that the medical chests which have been sent for the use of his regiment are without keys, and that in consequence of this no benefit has been derived from them. I have to request that you will furnish keys and Colo for the these chests, and also a Pair of Colours for each regiment. With Consideration I am Sir ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How,...