|Collection||National Archives and Records Administration: War Dept Acct. Reports Books|
|Date||December 10, 1795|
|Author Name||William Simmons (primary) Location: Accountant's Office|
|Recipient Name||Timothy Pickering (primary)|
|Summary||Simmons certifies that $70.91 is due Lewis Westell, a Spy, and William Jolly and Elijah Martin, Guides of Ohio County Virginia, being their pay and rations for February and March 1791, payable to John McIntire, their attorney.|
|Document Format||Author's Letterbook Copy|
|Document Notes||[not available]|
|Content Notes||[not available]|
|Related Persons/Groups||Timothy Pickering; William Simmons; Lewis Westell; William Jolly; Elijah Martin; John McIntire; Spies; Guides; attorney; Secretary of War; accountant; Humphrey Marshall; ;|
|Related Places||Accountant's Office; Ohio County Virginia; ;|
|Keywords||pay; rations; ;|
|Key Phrases||[not available]|
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December 10th 1795.
I Certify that there is due to Lewis Westell, a Spy and William Jolly and Elijah Martin Guides of Ohio County Virginia the sum of Seventy Dollars and Ninety One Cents for their Pay and Rations for the months of February and March 1791 which sum is payable to John McIntire their attorney.
The Secy of War