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  • Reviews Activity with Ships for Georgia January 11, 1795 Author: Tench Coxe Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Expresses concern that the Secretary of the Treasury had not been apprised of Coxe's business, and communication should be forwarded to Mr. Francis. Reports that vessels for Georgia have been taken up in Philadelphia under Captain Barry, and his office has no further information. Lists available vessels and previous circular letters sent to naval agents. Asks that he go over previous...
  • Statement of Sundry Remittances made to the under-mentioned Agents for the Naval Department, which have not yet been covered by Warrants. January 11, 1795 Author: L. Wood Recipient: [not available] Summary: Names and monetary amounts allocated to various agents.
  • Bruff Writing Hodgdon about Supplies to Finish the Fort and Supply his Troops January 12, 1795 Author: James Bruff Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: The letter discusses returns, equipment and supplies received at the fort; it is important that the fort be completed, so to that end storage must be completed, ordnance and military apparatuses must be in place, and clothing and other accoutrements for 64 men must be delivered. However, there are 85 men on the rolls of Bruff's company, and thus 21 were appropriated from Mr. Poe. Bruff explains...
  • Indisposition of My Health January 12, 1795 Author: Samuel Shore Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Shore apologizes for the indisposition of his health which has prevented him from sending his accounts to Hodgdon in a timely manner. Since he seems to be recovering, he will send them off without delay.
  • Account of William Malone January 12, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Richard Harrison Summary: Certification of service and settlement of pay for William Malone, late private in the 4th South Carolina Regiment, Artillery
  • The Pay of Sedam & Recruits January 13, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Cornelius Sedam Summary: Nicholas Fish has been remitted a sum to be transmitted to Sedam, being the pay of himself and his recruits through December 1794. The money should be disbursed according to the enclosed payroll.
  • Pay for the Companies of Thompson & Sedam January 13, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Nicholas Fish Summary: The Treasurer will remit to Fish a sum to be transmitted to Captain Alexander Thompson, being the pay of himself and his company for October and November 1794. A further sum will be transmitted to Captain Cornelius Sedam for the pay of himself and his company for November and December of the same year.
  • Pay for October & November 1794 January 13, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Alexander Thompson Summary: The pay for October and November 1794 that should have been remitted according to the appropriation for the military establishment is now remitted to Nicholas Fish, Supervisor. It should be disbursed according to the enclosed pay roll.
  • The United States January 13, 1795 Author: Captain Thompson Recipient: Nicholas Fish Summary: Image not available.
  • Compensation for John Blanks' Services January 13, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: John Blanks Summary: The Secretary of War has forwarded a sum to be remitted to Wiliam Polk, Supervisor of Revenue at Charlotte. Polk should then transmit the money to Blanks for his services during the year 1794.