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  • George Bush to Henry Knox January 6, 1795 Author: George Bush Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: no image
  • Request for Pay January 6, 1795 Author: Daniel Ball Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Ball asks Hodgdon to forward Ball's pay, as well as the pay of Colonel Henley if that has not already been done.
  • Pay of the Men on the Upper Parts of the Ohio January 7, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: Fisher leaves this morning with $3,630, being the pay of the troops on the upper parts of the Ohio for the last quarter of 1794. Mr. Fisher will deliver the money to Colonel Butler who will give it to Craig who should provide signed receipts.
  • Schedule of Notes Transmitted to Major Craig January 7, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: This is the schedule of notes transmitted to Major Isaac Craig by Lieut. Colonel Thomas Butler, being the pay and forage of the troops at Fort Fayette and its dependencies for the last quarter of 1794.
  • Pay of the Troops on the Upper Parts of the Ohio January 7, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Thomas Butler Summary: Samuel Fisher is leaving the following day with $3,630, being the pay and forage of the troops on the upper parts of the Ohio for the last quarter of 1794. The money is to be delivered to Colonel Butler in the absense of Major Craig.
  • Payment of Militia for Protection of Indians January 7, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Andrew Pickens Summary: Requests receipts for all payment made to militia or their representatives for their service in guarding Cherokees during travel. Instructions on how to maintain proper records.
  • [No. 56] Delivery of Money January 7, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: Notification that Samuel Fisher was en route to deliver money due to troops in the upper parts of the Ohio for pay and forage. In the event of Howell's absence, Fisher instructed to deliver the money to Thomas Butler. Request for receipts of money dispersal.
  • The Building is Unavailable January 7, 1795 Author: Mr. Swanwick Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Even though he had agreed to do so, Mr. Swanwick is not able to let Hodgdon have the building they had discussed earlier. Since he plans to sell the building, he does not want to engage it for any period longer than three months. He does want to accommodate Hodgdon on some other ground if Hodgdon cannot do better with another property,.
  • Price of Salt Petre January 7, 1795 Author: Tench Coxe Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: ". . .the House of Whelen & Miller propose to set a part a specimen of Salt Petre for the Standard, above or below which they are content to vary the price of 12 50/100 Dolls. It is called rough Salt Petre, and is 10 Ct. below the requisite degree of refinement."
  • Accounts and Certificates January 7, 1795 Author: William Simmons Recipient: Constant Freeman Summary: Discusses various accounts and certificates. Mentions Captain Tinsley and Colonel Carrington. Major Roberts has an order for $115 to be paid to his wife, but a certificate is needed to indicate whether payments should continue to be paid to Mrs. Roberts. No decision yet regarding the Georgia militia.