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  • Cited Document January 1, 1796 Author: Joshua Wentworth Recipient: William Simmons Summary: Cited in Simmons to Wentworth
  • State of Wages Auguste de Grasse January 1, 1796 Author: Auguste de Grasse Recipient: William Simmons Summary: DeGrasse reports that he has enclosed state of his wages for last three months of 1795.
  • Enclosed Receipts January 1, 1796 Author: Griffith James McRee Recipient: William Simmons Summary: Receipt roll for McRea's company enclosed. Some representatives of deceased soldiers yet to make legal application for pay, McRea requests permission to close accounts.
  • Muster and Payroll for the Recruits at Middletown January 1, 1796 Author: Edward Miller Recipient: William Simmons Summary: Enclosed is the muster and pay rolls for the recruits of Middletown for the month of December 1796.
  • Accounts and supplies January 1, 1796 Author: James King Recipient: William Simmons Summary: Expresses gratitude to Henley for his kindness. Discusses accounts, supplies and the difficulty of conveyances of supplies.
  • No Available Image January 1, 1796 Author: Isaac Craig Recipient: William Simmons Summary: No image available.
  • Pay in the Quartermaster's Department January 1, 1796 Author: Unknown Author Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Document notes the commissions allowed for services and disbursements as agent to the Quartermaster General for 15 July 1792 to 1 Jan 1796.
  • Financial Documents January 1, 1796 Author: Isaac Craig Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Receipt and shipment of financial documents. Request to forward letter to Colonel O'Hara. Craig anxious to finish his work soon in order to spend some time on Philadelphia.
  • Accounts of Officers January 1, 1796 Author: William Simmons Recipient: [not available] Summary: List of officers and account totals for January.
  • Account for salary of Frederick Sprig of West Point January 1, 1796 Author: Frederick Sprig Recipient: [not available] Summary: From West Point, Sprig is transmitting to Simmons his account for three months salary. The money can be sent through Mr. Fish of New York or by any other manner deemed appropriate.