Claim for extra compensation; Doctor Brown

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Date March 6, 1800
Author Name William Simmons (primary) Location: Accountant's Office
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary)
Summary Claim for extra compensation; $815 to Doctor Charles Brown for attendance on sick Indians, and for rent of a house to treat sick Indians, with an extra charge attending Indians during the Treaty of Greenville, as stated by agreements with Generals Wayne and Wilkinson. Simmons goes on to question whether the claim is sufficiently substantiated, especially since at the time Dr. Brown was on the military pay rolls.
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; William Simmons; Doctor Charles Brown; Indians; General Anthony Wayne; General James Wilkinson; William Henry Harrison; Congress; accountant; Secretary of War; sick Indians; ;
Related Places Accountant's Office; Greenville; Detroit; ;
Keywords pay; medical attendance; rent; house; claim; military pay rolls; Treaty at Greenville; compensation; house; rent; evidence; certificate; appeal; ;
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