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Pay for Georgia troops and other issues

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Letterbook, War Dept Accountant, RG217 view image
Document Information
Date August 24, 1796
Author Name William Simmons (primary) Location: Accountants Office
Recipient Name Constant Freeman (primary) Location: Savannah, Georgia
Summary Notifies Freeman that the money to pay the Army troops in Georgia has been forwarded to Daniel Stevens, federal supervisor at Charleston, South Carolina. Discusses the accounts of several persons. Discusses premiums given to soldiers for the apprehension of deserters. Discusses the allowance due Ensign McCall for service as paymaster to the troops at Fort Fidius.
Document Format Author's Letterbook Copy
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Related Persons/Groups Constant Freeman; William Simmons; General Wayne; Daniel Stevens; Keppard and White; attorney; supervisor Charleston; deserter; Ensign McCall; pay master; Captain; subalterns; detachment; ;
Related Places Savannah, Georgia; Accountants Office; Fort Fidius; Western Country; ;
Keywords pay; compensation; allowance; reimbursement; ;
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