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[ West Point ] October 5, 1779 . Asks Hunt to serve as a pilot for D’Estaing. Requests him to hire others in the same capacity. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Hunt was a pilot of Quaker Hill, Dutchess County, New York.
There is a probability that some pilots well acquainted with the entrance into New York Harbour and the two Rivers North and East will be wanted for a service of the most important nature. I am persuaded you will be glad to have an opportunity of serving your Country upon this occasion; and I shall be obliged to you to engage any others in whose skill and fidelity you can rely. There is not a...
Being fully sensible that your knowledge of the Western Parts of the Sound is more accurate, than that of any other Person, I should be extremely glad to see you on that account, especially as there are many questions which I would wish to ask, that cannot be answered except in conversation. I have therefore to request (if your business will possibly admit) that you will have the goodness to...
Having examined the proceedings of the Genl. Court Martial of which Majr. Thos. Hunt was President, holden at Detroit in the Month of July last past, in the trial of John Spence a private soldier in Capt. John Whislers Company of the first Regiment of Infantry in the service of the United States, charged with seditious conduct at Fort Wayne on the third day of May in the year 1801, by...
having examined the proceedings of a Genl. Court Martial, of which Majr. Thos. Hunt was President, holden at Detroit on the eighteenth day of July last, for the trial of John Spence a private soldier in Captain John Whistlers Company, of the first Regiment of Infantry in the service of the United States, charged with seditious conduct at Fort Wayne on the third day of May 1801, by assailing...