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  • Account of John Snelson January 9, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Richard Harrison Summary: Certification of service and settlement of pay for John Snelson, late private in the Virginia Line.
  • Account of Charles Snelson January 9, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Richard Harrison Summary: Certification of service and settlement of pay for Charles Snelson, late private in the Virginia Line.
  • Letter Citation January 9, 1795 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: John Bryant Summary: Cited in Bryant to Hodgdon, 01/23/1795.
  • Peace with Cherokees, Problems with Creeks January 9, 1795 Author: William Blount Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Meeting at Tellico Blockhouse with Cherokees regarding prisoner exchange resulting in prospects of peace. Mentioned killing and scalping of several men by Creek Indians. Noted that the "superanuated Chiefs" paid no attention to treaty.
  • Procurring Whiskey January 9, 1795 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Copy of letter from Commissioner of Revenue regarding the purchase of whiskey for troops enclosed. Advocated for maintaining policy of picking up whiskey at Post of Whelen.
  • Letter Citation January 9, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Tench Coxe Summary: Cited in Coxe to Pickering 01/11/1795
  • Ports for Disbursing Whiskey for the Use of the Army January 9, 1795 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Hamilton notes that the custom has been to receive whiskey at the ports of Pittsburgh, Whelen, and Fort Washington and suggests that, since there are no places more convenient, the practice should be reinstated at the port of Whelen.
  • Payment of Troops January 9, 1795 Author: Isaac Craig Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Enclosed pay and muster rolls for Capt. Crawford's detachment. Capt Heth and Capt. Howe's rolls to be transmitted. Requests to pay officers in the upper posts to the first of the present year.
  • Statement of Captain Bryant January 9, 1795 Author: George Nixon Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Enclosed is the statement that Captain [John] . Bryant has provided. If it is the one Hodgdon mentioned and transmitted to Bryant then Hodgdon is asked to certify it.
  • Letter Citation January 9, 1795 Author: Commissioner of Revenue Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Cited in Hamilton to Pickering, 0191795.