Arrearages for Men Discharged in 1796, Etc.

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Date December 18, 1796
Author Name Caleb Swan (primary) Location: Detroit
Recipient Name William Simmons (primary)
Summary Among other pay matters, Swan notes that money has been put in the hands of the paymasters for the purpose of discharging the arrears due to all discharged men in 1796. He believes that the complaints are unfounded so far as they relate to the officers and men in Philadelphia in 1796.
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Document Notes Partially illegible. Cited in Simmons to Swan 02/10/1797. Enclosure: Account of Daniel Britt, 12/18/1796.
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Related Persons/Groups William Simmons; Caleb Swan; Major Castiens; troops; paymasters; discharged men; Treasury; Major Howe; Captain John Wade; Captain Reid; Lieutenant Drum; Lieutenant Brett; Lieutenant Britt; ;
Related Places Detroit; Headquarters; Philadelphia; Sandusky; Fort Wayne; ;
Keywords pay; money; roll; arrearages; discharges; bills; arrears; vouchers; payments; forage; subsistence; recruiting money; died; debts; ;
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