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New York, July 17, 1799. “Power has been given to the Inspector General to appoint a Secretary....
New York, April 15, 1799. “… A letter from General Washington of the 10th. instant has this...
I enclose for your information some extracts from letters of Col. Parker which have just been...
I have been honored with your several letters of the 21. 22. 26. 27 and 28 instant. All necessary...
I thank you My Dear Sir for the military figures you have sent me. Tactics you know are literally...
The state of my health and of the Weather yesterday and to day must prevent my communicating the...
It being urgent that the Two Regiments of Artillery should be organised into companies and...
I take the liberty to enclose to you two letters one for the Pay master General, the other for...
A late letter from you suggests some doubts whether in the case of the Serjeant, who was...
I now send you a cursory answer to certain questions. They are imperfect & probably will come too...
I think I heretofore mentioned to you that to avoid the chance of difficulty with the President,...
Enclosed are the proceedings of the Court Martial in the case of Lieutenant Hoffman. I presume...
Inclosed are the Proceedings of a General Court Martial held at Union Camp of which Major Fondy...
Inclosed is an Extract of a letter from Col: Read of the 6th. Regt. respecting Majors. I do not...
The inclosed my Dear Sir was written on the idea that though the Troops in Tennessee are annexed...
Col. Reid informs me that Lieutt. Walker has been nominated as Paymaster to his regiment, and I...
I received on Saturday two letters from you desiring that your different propositions might be...
Captain Kirkland of the twelfth regiment, from straightened pecuniary embarrassments...
Enclosed are the Commission of Captain Babbit with a letter from him to Captain Col. Rice...
By a letter just received from Lt Leonard of Vermont he mentions that he has made the necessary...
You will recollect that the arrangement of the Officers of a Artillery attached to the Western...
New York, August 24, 1799. “On the subject of Winter Quarters my attention will of course be...
Some ill health joined to much occupation has delayed longer than I wished the preparation of the...
Inclosed is a letter which I have just received from Col Bentley. In transmitting him the list of...
I have digested some alterations in and additions to the Recruiting Instructions which I now send...
In one of your letters you desire me to think of the Distribution of the States into recruiting...
It is urgent that arms for the troops to be raised be at the respective Regimental rendezvouses...
The persons whose application is enclosed have been employed to suppl by the agents of this State...
I do not know what is the practice in nominations, as to annexing Counties to names; but I do...
The Adjutant Gener of the eleventh Regt. has been attached to Colonel Ogden in his Capacity of...
I hear of no Cloathing arrived. The recruiting service is now actually begun here and elsewhere....
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...