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Thu Oct 16 17:59:11 2014 UTClccn-nr920068930.00In Assembly, March 2, 1829. Message from the governor, transmitting a communication from the secretary of war0.741.00Barracks at New Orleans. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of 14th inst. in relation to the erection of barracks at New Orleans, and the sale of the old barracks at the same place, &c. : March 31, 1828. Read and referred to the committee of the whole House, to which is committed the bill from the Senate to authorize the purchase of a site, and the erection of barracks in the vicinity of New Orleans46623344nr 920068933116870Bomford, G. (George), 1782-1848lccn-n50071130United StatesArmyOrdnance Departmentlccn-n79084108United StatesWar Departmentlccn-n83044753Barbour, James1775-1842nc-united states$congress$1827 1828$houseUnited StatesCongress1827-1828)Houselccn-no90002621United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on the Public Landslccn-n92043995Gales & Seatonprtlccn-n79137102Calhoun, John C.(John Caldwell)1782-1850nc-united states$congress$1817 1818$houseUnited StatesCongress1817-1818)Houselccn-n81038421United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Military Affairslccn-n50071142United StatesPresident (1817-1825 : Monroe)Bomford, George1782-1848United StatesLead mines and miningArmoriesBomford, George,United States.--War DepartmentExpenditures, PublicUnited States.--ArmyOrdnanceDelawareArsenalsJefferson, Thomas,Rodney, C. A.--(Caesar Augustus),Explosives industryGunpowder industryCopper mines and miningIrvine, Callender,E.I. du Pont de Nemours & CompanyAmmunitionThornton, William,PennsylvaniaLivingston, Edward,Decatur, Stephen,Pennsylvania--PhiladelphiaDu Pont, Eleuthère Irénée,Gallatin, Albert,Adams, John Quincy,Bollmann, Erick,Rodgers, John,McLane, Louis,Burr, Aaron,Madison, James,GunpowderDu Pont, Henry,Technology transferSaltpeterGraff, Frederick,Armed Forces--Supplies and storesGilpin, Joshua,Water-powerClay, Henry,Strickland, William,EnglandNew JerseyUnited States.--Army.--Ordnance DepartmentVirginiaDu Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel,Cooper, Thomas,Manners and customsRoadsMilitary supplies178218481815181818191822182318241825182618271828182918301841190919761988199819992036164AC1941ocn765820651file18280.88United StatesLead mines letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2[n]d inst[ant] in relation to the lead mines of the United States262ocn426032755book18180.95United StatesLetter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a return of the arms and military stores furnished to the respective states, under the provisions of the law of one thousand eight hundred and twelve. February 20, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table51ocn081560785book18260.82United StatesSite for an armory--Lousiville, Kentucky. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of a correspondence with the president, directors, and company of the Louisville and Portland Canal Company in Kentucky, upon the subject of a site for a national armory. : January 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table41ocn191258043book18240.96United StatesReport of the Committee on Military Affairs on a resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of amending the act which provides for the distribution of arms, &c. among the different states and territories. : March 10, 1824. Read, and with an accompanying bill, concerning the distribution of arms to the militia, committed to a committee of the whole House to-morrow31ocn320446675book18240.92United StatesReport of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the President of the United States to direct the sale of unserviceable ammunition and military stores, &c. with a bill to effect such purpose : March 8, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow31ocn078247836book18281.00Barracks at New Orleans. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of 14th inst. in relation to the erection of barracks at New Orleans, and the sale of the old barracks at the same place, &c. : March 31, 1828. Read and referred to the committee of the whole House, to which is committed the bill from the Senate to authorize the purchase of a site, and the erection of barracks in the vicinity of New Orleans31ocn080386410book18270.47United StatesExpenditures at national armories. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and the arms, &c. made therein, during the year 1826. : February 13, 1827. Read, and laid on the table21ocn084859363book18250.47United StatesLetter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and of the arms, &c. made therein, during the year 1824. : February 14, 1825. Read: ordered that it lie upon the table21ocn083992161book18260.47National armory--Ohiopile Falls. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 9th instant, in relation to the establishment of a national armory, on the western waters. February 13, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs21ocn084567898book1829United StatesArmories--United States. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and of the arms, &c. made therein, during the year 1828. : March 2, 1829.--Read, and laid upon the table21ocn084250750book1829United StatesPrivate buildings on public lands at Harper's Ferry. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 14th ultimo, in relation to the number of buildings which have been erected by private individuals on the government lands at Harper's Ferry, &c. &c. : March 2, 1829.--Read, and laid upon the table21ocn077589181book18240.47United StatesMessage from the president of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of War, and of the commissioner of the General Land Office, in relation to the salt springs, and lead and copper mines. : March 30, 1824. Read: ordered that it lie upon the table21ocn082012331book1828United StatesLead mines. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2d inst. in relation to the lead mines of the United States. : January 7, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands21ocn080074714book18240.47United StatesMessage from the president of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 25th ultimo, in relation to the selection of a suitable site for a national armory, on the western waters. : April 16, 1824. Read: ordered that it lie upon the table21ocn080699464book18260.47United StatesNational armories. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and the arms, &c. made therein during the year 1825. February 22, 1826. Read, and laid on the table21ocn078314847book1829United StatesIn Assembly, March 2, 1829. Message from the governor, transmitting a communication from the secretary of war11ocn080987102book1822United StatesMessage from the president of the United States, transmitting, (in pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives,) a report of the ordnance and ordnance stores, now on hand in the several fortifications and arsenals of the United States; also, estimates of the amount required to provide all which are deemed necessary for the public service. : February 7, 1822. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs11ocn080603806book1830United StatesContracts--War Department, 1829. : Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements of contracts made by the War Department during the year 1829. : January 27, 1830.--Read, and laid upon the table. March 30, 1830.--Ordered to be printed11ocn824724259mix1.00Baden, NehemiahGeorge Bomford collectionThis collection consists of five letters that George Bomford wrote to Lieutenant Nehemiah Baden and Captain Jos. H. Rees in 1821 and 1822 regarding ordnance for United States Army arsenals in Virginia, Maryland, and Connecticut11ocn028885765mix0.47Bomford, GeorgeLetters : Washington, D.C., to various correspondents4 ALsS22ocn122547756mix1976Latrobe, Benjamin HenryThe Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, The microtext editionSurveys21ocn040524493book19980.10Peterson, Nancy SBuried pasts : George and Clara (Baldwin) Bomford11ocn164039145mixDu Pont, Eleuthera BradfordThe Eleuthera Bradford du Pont CollectionHistory11ocn022194052mix18251.00Bomford, GeorgeLetter : Washington, to Genl. J. MantonMs. signed. Concerns transfer of artillery from New York state11ocn086123507mixHenry familyHistory11ocn071773630art1988Sifakis, StewartBomford, George (1780-1848)11ocn036865710book1815Pinckney, ThomasLetter : to Col. BomfordGeneral Pinckney urges Bomford's attention regarding possible sites for military depots and distribution centers in South Carolina and Georgia, pointing out the "unsettled state of affairs in Europe and the possibility of our being soon involved again in war." Letter also discusses the availability of refurbished cannons11ocn800649919book1.00Starr familyFrank F. Starr collectionHistoryMilitary historyArchivesStatistics VitalDiariesGenealogyRecords and correspondencePostcardsScrapbooksPapers of Nathan Starr, Sr. and Jr. (Series 1) include correspondence about the development of the Andrew Jackson party in Connecticut and communications with Gideon Welles, as well as mention of the U.S. Bank and arms industry and tools. In addition there is a diary written by Nathan Starr, Jr., about his trip from Connecticut to and through the Western Territories and then down the Mississippi River in 1810-1811 which describes travel conditions, the towns and cities he visited, behavior, architecture, the landscape, and the wildlife. There are extensive records that give a glimpse into the reason why a branch of the Bank of the United States was established in an area, the workings of the Bank, and the procedures of suing the bonders of the bank when malfeasance occurred. The communications between other family members and friends give a glimpse of the social, domestic, and other aspects of life in Middletown and surrounding towns during the first half of the 19th century. Papers of E.W.N. Starr (Series 2) include correspondence, financial and legal documents, Connecticut militia records, educational materials, and information about local and social events and collateral business connections. The records regarding the state militia reflect the workings of a town's company, the Mansfield Guard, the conflict resolution procedure when strife occurred between soldiers and officers, the administrative procedures of the top echelon of the state militia (E.W.N. Starr was the State Adjutant in the 1850s) and interaction between the state government, the state militia, and individuals on a particular issue, in this case, the type of materials and colors of uniforms. This series also provides information about state and local government positions during 1841-1891 including postmaster for a town, probate judge, and town clerk. It shows the day-to-day duties, financial matters, and election and appointment procedures. The Frank F. Starr papers (Series 3) include correspondence, financial, genealogy, and legal records, documents pertaining to his position as a town clerk and notary public records and his historical writings. These records show the process for outside review of town land records and vital statistics and a developing awareness of standards for document storage for town administrative records and historical important documents, and the role a town clerk and notary in the State of Connecticut of the 19th century in a lawsuit that spans both decades and states. This series also includes important writings by Frank F. Starr on Middletown and Connecticut history and particularly his correction of information published during Connecticut's Tercentenary of cemetery records based on his own research because many of the original tombstones had disappeared during the intervening years. Other Starr Family papers (Series 4) include correspondence, education, military, and work records of other family members. Estate records (Series 5) include information about domestic issues, household items and the financial state of Starr family members11ocn164039155mixDu Pont, Pierre SThe P. S. du Pont Office Collection11ocn038476339mix18411.00Harding, ELetter to Col. George BomfordThe collection consists of a letter from E. Harding at the Augusta (Ga.) Arsenal to Col. George Bomford, U.S. Army Chief of Ordnance, Washington, D.C. on January 27, 1841. Harding discusses recent incidents of insurrection among the black population, the threat to the Arsenal, and the steps he takes to protect the same11ocn122516430mixDu Pont, Eleuthère Irénée11ocn145409242mixRust, GeorgeHistoryRust sent letters to: William Allen, William Segar Archer, Henry Bedinger, George Bomford, Horace C. Cammack, Richard Kidder Meade, Charles Fenton Mercer, John Moore, P.N. Nicholas, Franklin Pierce, James K. Polk, J. William Roper, George Rust, William Rust, Landry Trasimond and G.B. Wager12ocn476988571mixChauncey, CharlesChauncey's letterbooks (1803-1841) containing copies of letters sent, most of which pertain to the legal and business affairs of his clients, and his account books (1800-1849) including ledgers, cashbooks, receipt books, a daybook, and a waste book11ocn151233450art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamBomford, George11ocn164037874mixDu Pont, Pierre SThe Longwood ManuscriptsHistory11ocn051331255art1999Bomford, GeorgeThu Oct 16 16:03:33 EDT 2014batch22584