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The enclosed were sent to me by the S of War. You will enquire into the case, and if the statement proves correct, have the person discharged— ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I do myself the honor of submitting to your consideration, the enclosed estimate. As soon as the same shall be returned with your remarks and alterations, I shall be enabled, to form the returns, as required by the General order of the 7th. of the last month, as fast, as they may be sent to me by the different Corps. Will any further order be necessary, or am I to consider the General order...
Lt. Dwight of the 2d. Regt. this morning presented your Letter of the 19th. of Feby. agreable to its contents I have arrested him—I am not furnish’d with charges against him, if you will do me the Honor of forwarding them, with the names of the Witness’s, his case can be proceeded upon Immediately, by the Court Martial whereof Lt. Colo. Comdt. Taylor is President— I have the Honor to be with...
It is my duty to inform you, that a Soldier of the 13th. Regt. broke out yesterday with the small-pox— There are a number of men in that regiment & some few in the others, who have not had it, would you wish those who have not had it, to be inoculated or would you prefer that attention should be paid, to check the spreading of it? On the first symptoms, the soldier was moved to the hospital in...
Davy, Roberts & Co. present Respects to the President & request his Acceptance of a Box of Spanish Segars, which they hope will be found of good Quality. MHi : Adams Papers.
An Act of Congress, passed the 4th of May, 1798, entituled “An Act to enable the President of the United States to procure Cannon, Arms & Ammunition, and for other purposes,” provides—Section 1. “That a Sum not exceeding Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars shall be, and hereby is appropriated, and shall and may be paid out of any Monies not before appropriated, under the direction of the President...
As I very seldom have any copy of my Letters I have forgotten what, & where were my last informations. Frequently I think I have mentioned things, when afterwards I have found, I had not—The Intention was so forcible upon my mind, that I believed the thing performed—But I find there is a wide difference between purposing & doing —I believe you thought me very unfeeling not to notice the...
Niagara [ New York ] May 1, 1800 . “I am this moment honored with your letter of the 21st. of March.… About a year ago, The Tuscororas came to me, complaining of one of their horses having been killed.… I made in their presence imediate inquiries.… circumstances induced me To believe that Some Settlers of The landing place had been guilty of that offense. The Chiefs appeared To concur in the...
To remove the imputation cast upon the Pay Master of your Regiment, by Genl Hamiltons letter of the 23d Ulto. I beg leave to offer the following reasons for the supposed neglect. When the troops were ordered to this place, it was not thought adviseable to transport all the Clothing of the Regiment, especially that part which was out of season, as sufficient supply has always been Kept on hand,...
I am under the necessity of again, reporting myself unfit for duty. I have the honor to be Sir, Your most Obedt. Servt. ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).