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  • Compensation of Militias Called to Protect Frontier Counties January 1, 1792 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: [not available] Summary: Report of the Secretary of War concerning the memorial of the inhabitants of the frontier counties of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Knox argues that, if militias are called upon to protect frontier counties, they ought to be paid by the general government and should not be called for a period less than six months.
  • Letter Citation January 1, 1792 Author: General Edward Hand Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Cited in Hand to Knox, 01/04/1792.
  • Letter Citation January 1, 1792 Author: Philip Schuyler Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Cited in Knox to Kirkland, 01/09/1792
  • Letter Citation January 1, 1792 Author: James Seagrove Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Cited in Knox to Seagrove, 02/20/1792.
  • Sargent discusses the Battle of the Wabash with Knox January 2, 1792 Author: Winthrop Sargent Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Letter, discusses Indians; discusses defeat of St. Clair's campaign; advises use of Indians in future campaigns.
  • Land Warrant Assignment January 2, 1792 Author: William Wade Recipient: George Moore Summary: Assignment pertaining to a land warrant right, of William Wade, late a soldier in Capt. Ceyles' company in the 2nd Pennsylvania regiment.
  • Pay warrant and receipt for salaries of the War Office January 3, 1792 Author: War Department Recipient: [not available] Summary: Account, War Office salaries for the months of October, November and December.
  • Pay of Militias Called into Service January 3, 1792 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Thomas Mifflin Summary: Knox tells Governor Thomas Mifflin of Pennsylvania that Congress has authorized the pay for militias called into service by the President.
  • Calling Up the Militia January 3, 1792 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Thomas Mifflin Summary: Knox tells Governor Mifflin that, if he deems it necessary, he should call out the Pennsylvania state militia, in numbers not to exceed 228 and for a period not to exceed six months, to protect the frontiers and to be paid and provisioned by the General Government.
  • Reimbursement of the State Legislature January 3, 1792 Author: Thomas Mifflin Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Mifflin asks Knox how the Pennsylvania state legislature will be reimbursed by the General Government since the state has appropriated funds for the county militias who were called up to protect the frontiers.