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Inclosed to you The enclosed certificate has just been handed to me by the widow of a soldier...
New York, March 7, 1800. States that the “law which provides for Brigade and Division Inspectors...
In consequence of the arrest of Doctor osborne, which suspended his functions, it became...
I have received your letter of the sixteenth instant, and shall take immediate measures for...
Letter not found. ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Your favour of the 15th. is received. I am very glad you have determined on changing the...
New York, May 30 [ –31 ] 1799 . “… I have this moment recd. your letter of the 29th. instant. I...
I find I cannot have ready for this days post the bill for the Provisional army. Inclosed are...
Enclosed is a letter from Doctor Hubbard offering requesting that his resignation may be accepted...
I send you the original letter of Captain Kissam offering a resignation of his commission. The...
I have been reflecting on the subject of an arrangement for the command of the 2d. Regiment of...
Cases, every day, occur to shew the immense inconvenience of being obliged to resort, for all...
I use, my Dear Sir, the privilege of an old friend to write to you in language as explicit as the...
I have the honor to transmit the plan which is conceived to be proper for the disposition of the...
I send you a number of applications for Military appointments with br[i]ef notes of my opinion....
Scruples of delicacy have occasionned me to hesitate about offering to you certain ideas which it...
It is indispensable that persons as Pay Masters shall be promptly constituted for the first and...
I now communicate the result of my conference with the Commander in Chief and General Pinckney,...
New York, April 3, 1799. “… More recruiting Instructions are necessary, there cannot be less than...
In compliance with the object of your letter of the 15. instant, I have put in motion two...
The near approach of a Session of Congress will naturally lead you to the consideration of such...
In the creation of new Corps some irregular expences will happen. That which is the subject of...
From information which I have occasionally received it would appear that abuses are, from time to...
I have received your letter of the seventh instant enclosing copies of the Contracts entered with...
You will receive herewith the Draft of a Bill for a provisional army. It includes only those...
The strong recommendation which I have received of Mr. William J Anderson for a Second Lieutenant...
I request that a competent supply of Tents Knapsacks Camp Kettles and Canteens may be forwarded...
Enclosed is an extract of a letter from Major Freeman—It is very important that the vacancies...
New York, June 22, 1799. Encloses a letter from William S. Smith and suggests that it be...
Pursuant to the information in your letter of the 21st instant, I have written to the Commanders...
Though from repeated reflection and action upon the subject my opinion was well made up when I...
The instructions in your letter of yesterday shall be without delay executed. As Winchester is...
An order was received from you some time since, as you will recollect, directing enlistments to...
I have the honor to inclose you three letters of resignation. One from Captn. Patterson, and one...
I enclose to you an extract from Lt. Cla Captain Claiborne’s letter relative to Mr. Vereker, and...
Enclosed The enclosed are a copy of a letter from Mr. David Thompson to whom the enclosed papers...
I have just recd. the enclosed Inventory from Capt. Ingersol. The Contents he states to have been...
New York, May 21, 1799. “… It is … necessary that ⟨t⟩he officers generally should be possessed of...
I regret that a pressure of business has happened to put out of view the subject of your letter...
Very much attached to the idea of leaving the commanding officer of a distinct & distant army to...
After mature reflection on the subject of your letter of the 26th. of last month; I am clearly of...
I understand, that the Officers for Connecticut have been appointed & their names published, but...
The enclosed letter in recommendation of Mr. Richard Van Der Burgh is from a Gentleman in whom I...
I have transmitted to the Pay Master General an abstract of the numbers of the Twelve Additional...
I have the honor to transmit to you the following extract of a letter from Col: Hunewell...
I send you some accounts an account which have has been forwarded to me by Captain McClellen. The...
Every day must prove more and more to every body that it is impossible to serve two masters. I...
The omission noticed in your letter of the fifth inst. you will find supplied by the enclosed...
Capt Ellery, assistant to the Adjutant General, has taken his station in this City and has...
I transmit you the arrangement of relative rank which has been established for the fifteenth...