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  • Blank Forms of Muster Roll, Pay Roll, and Others [no date available] Author: [not available] Recipient: [not available] Summary: Forms for muster roll, inspector's certificate, pay roll, account with a specific individual, monthly pay roll for a company, monthly sub legionary pay roll, certificate, warrant, muster roll for a detachment, and monthly pay roll for a detachment. Each form has information as to what should be included.
  • Boats for Horses [no date available] Author: [not available] Recipient: Major Sutherland Summary: Memorandum for Major Sutherland to inform Col. Hodgdon that the boats are not sufficient to carry the horses. Three more boats are needed and an attempt will be made to get Capt. Shafer's boats as well any others that can be found.
  • Draft Statement of the Account and Credit of Isaac Craig [no date available] Author: [not available] Recipient: [not available] Summary: A draft examination of the accounts of Major Issac Craig. There are numerous edits on the document.
  • Account of Georgia Line [no date available] Author: John Pierce Recipient: Unknown Recipient Summary: Report on the accounts of the Georgia Line by the Commissioner of Army Accounts; compares to other states.
  • Marching [no date available] Author: George Hamilton Recipient: Unknown Author Summary: Letter, discusses length and speed of marching steps of troops; discusses foreign armies.
  • Return of Monies received by Corps of Invalids [no date available] Author: John Pierce Recipient: Unknown Recipient Summary: Return of monies received by the officers, non-commissioned officers and privates of the late Corps of Invalids, commanded by Captain Lieutenant James McLane.
  • Transporting Our Personal Effects to New York [no date available] Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Pickering has arranged for his and Pierce's personal effects to be transported on Anderson's sloop as soon as it is able to sail.
  • Claim of Corporal Samuel Hull [no date available] Author: [not available] Recipient: [not available] Summary: Regarding claim of wounded Corporal Samuel Hull.
  • Notes on Good Peter's Speech [no date available] Author: Good Peter Recipient: [not available] Summary: In his speech Good Peter discusses White aggression and Indian aggression.
  • Account of Paul McDermott for Subsistence [no date available] Author: William Simmons Recipient: [not available] Summary: This is the account of Paul McDermott for subistence during the period from the 1st of July 1796 until the 26th of July 1797.