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The Adjutant Gener of the eleventh Regt. has been attached to Colonel Ogden in his Capacity of Deputy Qur. Master General—It is necessary to select Some Character for the post which is vacant in consequence, and Colo. Ogden recommends Lt. Samuel S. Voorhis as well qualified to fill it. I request your Sanction to the nomination— With & (Copy, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers,...
Enclosed is a copy of a letter from Major Shute relative to the application of David Jones which you sent to me some days since. You will perceive from the statement that given that the application of this Gentleman is a very improper one ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Enclosed is an extract of a letter I have just received from Colonel Smith. I entirely concur in all the ideas it contains—On the subject of promotion to vacancies that occur, I have already written to you, more than once, in Strong terms, and can not but feel extreme regret that a System different from the one recommended should appear to have prevailed. In making this observation I allude...
Enclosed is an extract of a letter from General Wilkinson, dated the twenty fifth of February, which I send you for your information. Enclosed also is a letter from Captain Miller sent me by Col. Hamtramck, and the observations of the Colonel upon it—I know not from what authority the instructions, relative to a stoppage offer, proceeded. If you have any information on the point I would thank...
The Quarter Master General has sent me Regulations expressed to me it as his opinion that the “Regulations to be observed in the delivery of fuel and straw to the Garrisons on the Sea Coast and recruiting parties” dated the twenty sixth of December 1797 apply to the Western Army—The Commanding officer at Pittsburg Col. Hamtramck has expressed an opposite opinion— The Regulations would appear...
Enclosed are letters from Lieus. Noyce and Hinman offering to resign their commissions. You I would thank you to inform me without delay whether they of the acceptance of the resignations will be accepted . ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Enclosed is a letter from Doctor Hubbard offering requesting that his resignation may be accepted I would thank you to inform me without delay of the decision in his case— ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Oliver Emerson Cadet acknowledges the receipt of his discharge of the twenty eighth of April— ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Enclosed is an extract of a letter from Major Freeman—It is very important that the vacancies spoken the of should be filled without delay. ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Enclosed is a copy of a letter from Major Tousarde. I think this It is probable that this officer can now be employed in superintend with more advantage to the public in superintending the fortification of this harbour, than in any other occupation service. As And as he is the oldest officer of Engineers, except Col. Burbeck now in the Western country, there is a propriety in his being...