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Treasury Department, August 25, 1794. “I have to request, that you will purchase for the use of...
War Department, August 25, 1794. “It is expected, that there will be shortly assembled at...
Mr. Hamilton requests Mr. Hodgsdon to have ready an express to go tomorrow Morning to cumberland...
You will procure without delay the number of horses you mention for the Artillery. I am of...
[ Philadelphia ] September 2, 1794 . Requests “an Inventory of intrenching tools to be procured...
[ Philadelphia ] September 9, 1794 . Requests Hodgdon to furnish a return of what accoutrements...
I request that you will immediately forward to Winchester in Virginia 75 pair Horsemen’s pistols...
I request that some person in character of chief Armourer who may also have charge of the...
Mr. Abraham Hunt informs me that he can procure waggons as far as Reading but not further. It is...
[ Philadelphia, September 15, 1794. “For the Virginia and Maryland Militia Six six-pounders,...
You will forward as speedily as may be to Winchester two Marquees, 1000 pair shoes, and two...
You will furnish the Pensylvania Militia with the additional supply of arms & accoutrements which...
I request that you will furnish me on Saturday Evening at my house with a complete return of all...
Mr. Hamilton requests Mr. Hodgsdon to specify in the returns which he is desired to make on...
Mr. Hamilton requests Mr. Hodgsdon to be so obliging as to inform him whether he has in his power...
[ Philadelphia, September 29, 1794. On September 30, 1794, Tench Coxe wrote to Hodgdon: “Permit...
It is with regret I perceive by your return of yesterday that there is still a considerable...
It is with distress I find that the troops are every where a head of their supplies. Not a shoe,...
I wrote you this Morning by post, mentioning the tardiness of the waggons with Stores. I just...