Commendation for Unit in Fallen Timbers Campaign; Comments on Payroll

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Date 1794
Author Name Henry Knox (primary) Location: Department of War
Recipient Name Charles Scott (primary)
Summary Extends gratitude of President and House of Representatives to Scott's corps of mounted Kentucky volunteers in the late campaign under Anthony Wayne [culminating in the Battle of Fallen Timbers]. Says that certain funds [whether for Scott or for each volunteer is unclear] have now been transmitted, apologizing for the delay caused by the "insurrections in the western parts of Pennsylvania" [the Whiskey Rebellion]. Asks that Scott forward his units' pay and muster rolls, that the balance due to his troops may be paid.
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Related Persons/Groups Major General C. Scott; Secretary at War; Henry Knox; Secretary of War; mounted Kentucky Volunteers; Anthony Wayne; officers; soldiers; Congress; House of Representatives; President United States; George Washington; ;
Related Places Western Pennsylvania; Department of War; Fallen Timbers; Ohio; Kentucky; ;
Keywords insurrection; Whiskey Rebellion; gratitude; muster roll; pay roll; balance; Battle Fallen Timbers; pay; ;
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