Unlawful Charges by Doctor

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Date February 7, 1800
Author Name James McHenry (primary) Location: War Department
Recipient Name William Simmons (primary)
Summary The last letter from Simmons instructed Dr. Brown what vouchers were necessary for submitting for reimbursement. Discussed Dr. Brown's request for compensation for services rendered sick Indians in the Western Country and a charge for attending the Indians at the Treaty at Greenville. His charges are above those permitted by law, therefore he needs the approval of the Sec. of War. Elaborated on Dr. Brown's charges.
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Related Persons/Groups William Simmons; James McHenry; Doctor Brown; sick Indians; Indians; Native Americans; General Anthony Wayne; General James Wilkinson; superior officer; commander; Secretary of War; Accountant of the War Department; surgeon; ;
Related Places War Department; Western country; Greeneville; Greenville; Detroit; ;
Keywords vouchers; claim; compensation; Treaty at Greeneville; Treaty of Greeneville; house rent; rent; charges; allowances; law; requisitions; hospital; house; proof; receipts; law; reimbursement; settlement of accounts; instructions; expenses; approval; submission; permission; ;
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