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On my return home last evening from Sussex Court, I found your favor of the 20th. instant, and in pursuance thereof, after a consultation with Major Shute, I beg leave to submit, to your consideration, the following division of the State of New-Jersey, into two districts , and six sub-districts or company rendezvouses , for the purpose of recruiting six companies. The first District , to...
Your favor of the 12th. instant, enclosing a General order, of that date, was received by the mail of Yesterday—I have, accordingly, transmitted information, to Major William Shute, Captain’s, Robert Hunt, Job Stockton, Charles Marles, Walter R. Cole, and Lieutenant John G McWhorter, respectively, together with a regimental order, that the gentlemen above named, do attend the General Court...
By a letter received, by the mail this morning, from Mr Abraham Hunt at Trenton, I learn, to my great sorrow, that his son Captain Robert Hunt, who was detailed for the Court Martial about to convene at New York, in a fit of Coughing, has ruptured a blood vessel in the lungs, and that he now lyes in a very critical situation, and totally unable to attend—This accident happened on Saturday...
Your favor of the 23d. instant, I received by the Mail of Yesterday, and have accordingly appointed Saturday, the sixth of the next month, for a meeting of the Officers at New-Brunswick, for the purpose of making a nomination of a paymaster by a plurality of their voices—I could not consistently, with the expedition required, fix upon a later day, without interfering with the engagements,...
Pursuant to your direction, with as much expedition, as appeared consistent, with the idea of giving to each Officer of my regiment, an opportunity of voting for a person to be nominated as paymaster, I convened this day, agreably to a previous notice, eleven Officers, who by a plurality of voices nominated Lieutenant John G. Whorter as a fit character to be recommended to that Office—He will...
If there be not some cogent reasons; which incline you to retain New-Brunswick, as the regimental rendezvous, for the regiment, under my command, it would be highly accomodating to me, that Elizabeth-Town should be subsituted in your order. You can more readily conceive, than I can shortly express, the benefits, which will result to me, personally, from an opportunity of devoting those spare...
I enclose the bond, which has been executed by Lieutenant John G McWhorter, paymaster, of the 11th. regiment of Infantry, pursuant to the act of Congress—The sureties, in my opinion, are entirely sufficient; I, also, enclose you a list of the Captain’s and subalterns of the regiment, with the numbers altered, so that the arrangement will stand somewhat different, from the one I had the honor...
In pursuance of your favor of the 13th. instant, I send you herewith, a list of the Officers assigned to the different subdistricts, shewing the name of the principal officer of each district and the particular sub-districts to which he is assigned I have the honor to be Sir with the highest respect your mo. ob. Sert ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing "A List of the...
In consequence of the reference made to me in your favor of the 15th. instant, I have directed, that the paymaster do immediately proceed in the distribution of the Bounty-money, and the monies on account of pay, which he has received, among the company Officers, at the rendezvous of the respective sub districts, to which they are, respectively, assigned; and that the recruiting should...
I have received your favor of the 24th. instant, and shall, at once, as far, as may be in my power, avail myself of the authority to hire, temporarily, persons, in the capacities of drummers and fifers, to be employed in the recruiting service, untill others can be enlisted. I shall, also, in conformity with your idea, take care, that the recruits, which shall be raised, shall not long remain...