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I have heretofore recommended that the servants of Officers who are not soldiers should be...
The contracts which have been made for the supply of the troops on the sea board have...
I have given directions, with the precaution you contemplate, respecting the subject of your...
Col. Rice proposes Mess Joseph Stickney and Edward Le Britton Wilson as Cadets in his Regiment,...
I have directed the Pay Master General to deliver to his Deputy with General Pinckney, bounty...
Subalterns 1 Nathaniel Paulding West Chester would prefer Artillery Mr . Hale refers to me speaks...
I have the honor to inclose two letters one for the commanding Officer at Fort Mifflin the other...
There are many officers in Town who have entirely worn out their Uniforms, and are anxious to...
I have the honor to send you a summary of the recruits for the Additional regiments as they...
I feel it as a mark of consideration for my recommendation, that notwithstanding the force of the...
It is a construction of the law warranted by usage that the President shall appoint the requisite...
New York, May 9, 1800. “Enclosed are … instructions relative to certain objects of incidental...
Uniform for the Army of the United States For The Commander In Chief      A blue Coat, without...
If, My Dear McHenry, your retreat is from any circumstances painful to yourself I regret it with...
I transmit you an extract from Major Hoop’s letter of the thirtieth of August. “I am informed by...
New York, May 25 [ –27 ] 1799 . “I recur to two of your letters of the 9th. & 10th. instant. The...
You will see my Dear friend in the case of Capt. Frey the evil tendency of correspondence by the...
The unascertained situation, in which I have been, since my acceptance of the Military...
It has been enquired of me whether Cadets are entitled to Clothing. As they are non Commissioned...
I find that there are the following officers on furlough of the first and second Regiments—of the...
I enclose to you a letter from Major Huntingdon of the thirteenth regiment in which he offers a...
A complete revision of the Articles of War is desireable, as they require amendment in many...
Subalterns 5 Marmaduke Wait Windsor ☞ 25 year Payne Young Gentleman heretofore recomd by Morris &...
I have the honor to submit to you the inclosed copy of a letter from Col: Ogden of the 12th....
I have to apologise for not having repleid sooner to your letter transmitting one to you from the...
Upon looking over the letters which I have received of from Col. Bentley I find in one of them...
Col J C Hall informs me that he has recommended for appointment to Lieutenancies — his Regiment...
Your letter of the 20th. instant, inclosing one from General Washington came to hand this day....
The inclosed letter speaks for itself. I think upon the whole unless there are objections of...
It give[s] me pleasure to learn from your letter of the 16 instant, which was received yesterday,...
The enclosed letter is left open for your perusal— It has appeared to me proper to issue this...
New York, April 27, 1799. “I have reflected on the idea of furnishing the Regimental Quarter...
Inclosed is a Copy of a letter of this date to Col: Stevens—I do not whether I have mistaken or...
General Wilkinson has mentioned to me that the second and third regiments are destitute of...
I write you herewith an official letter. Your private one of the 13th is before me. I regret that...
Accordg to the returns from Detroit, there ought to be added to the quantity of Powder there One...
I have declined, upon the principle, mentioned to you stated in a former letter, I have declined...
I have just received a letter from the Paymaster General inclosing one from Lt. Wm. C. Rogers...
I send you a copy of a letter I have received from Captain Bishop. You will concur with me, I...
I have maturely considered the questions raised by your letter of the 21 of January with the aid...
Major Hoops being in arrest in consequence of some for some events which took place in...
Herewith is a letter with for Capt Bruff with recruiting Instructions, which I beg you to have...
If — I presume — I am lead to believe that my letter to Col. Read relative to Captain Taylor must...
I have the honor to send you the arrangement which has been proposed by General Wilkinson and...
Application has been made to me on the Subject of Chaplains. I find by recurrence to the laws...
General Wilkinson has just returned to this city, and will set out together with myself for...
I have been yesterday & this morning honored with your several favours, three of the 11th and two...
I have the honor to acknowlege the receipt of your letter of the 19th instant with the copies of...
I received yesterday your private letter of the 16th, with its inclosures, now returned. It was...
LIEUTENANTS & ENSIGNS John S Porter McPherson Probably good Ensign Philadelphia Francis Johnson  ...