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  • Letter Citation January 13, 1795 Author: William Blount Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Cited in Pickering to Blount, 03/23/1795.
  • Spanish Influence on Creek Nation January 13, 1795 Author: James Seagrove Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Believed obtaining prisoners and property plundered by hostile Creeks (as advised by the Spanish) would be a difficult task. Also discussed Creeks dependence on Spaniards for trade, and in order to break Spanish influence, U.S. must consent to trade with Creeks.
  • Support and Supplies to Fight Creeks January 13, 1795 Author: General James Robertson Recipient: William Blount Summary: Robertson writes Gov. Blount on behalf of the Chickasaws who seek support and supplies as they endeavor to fight the Creeks, citing treaty b/w Chickasaws and U.S. stating the Indians are now citizens of the U.S.
  • Pay & Expenses of a Guard on the Brigantine "Chilcomb" January 14, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Richard Duryee Summary: Howell discusses the pay due a guard on a brig captured by a privateer.
  • Pay & Expenses of Ensign Richard Duryee January 14, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Nicholas Fish Summary: The Treasurer will remit to Fish a sum to be paid to Ensign Richard Duryee, for his services as a guard on board the brigantine Chilcomb, for which a receipt will be required.
  • Pay of Ensign Jonathan Remington January 14, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Nathaniel Gorham Summary: The Treasurer will remit to Gorham a sum to be paid or transmitted to Ensign Jonathan Remington for his pay during the latter part of the year 1794.
  • Pay of Ensign Jonathan Remington January 14, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Jonathan Remington Summary: Ensign Remington is informed that Nathaniel Gorham will transmit to him his pay from the date of his acceptance through December 1794.
  • Horatio Dayton's Receipts January 14, 1795 Author: Aaron Dunham Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Following Howell's directions of January 9th, enclosed are the receipts of Lieutenant Horatio R. Dayton for $135.20 .
  • Pay for the Georgia Militia January 14, 1795 Author: William Simmons Recipient: Daniel Stevens Summary: Informs Stevens that the Treasurer will remit him the sum of over 22,000 dollars for the pay of the Georgia militia.
  • Enclosed Receipt Rolls and Georgia Militia January 14, 1795 Author: William Simmons Recipient: Constant Freeman Summary: Encloses receipt rolls for the part of the Georgia militia and scouts deemed authorized by President Washington. The balance comes to over $22,000 and has been remitted to Daniel Stevens in Charleston. Discusses additional affairs relating to muster rolls and the claims of the Georgia militia.