Monies Paid to Levies

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Date April 16, 1792
Author Name David Allison (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Joseph Howell (primary)
Summary Allison is endeavoring to make a statement of the monies which ought to have been paid by Brigadier General Sevier to the levies from the territory south of the Ohio. To the contractor for supplies and for transportation of the troops to Fort Washington: 1750. For bounty paid 195 men at three dollars each: 585. For one month's pay to the field staff and Commissioned Officers and 195 non-commissioned officers and privates: 910 Total: 3245
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Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; David Allison; Brigadier General Sevier; levies; contractor; field staff; commissioned officers; non-commissioned officers; privates; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; territory; Ohio River; Fort Washington; ;
Keywords contractor's service; balance; legal disbursements; overplus; monies; levies; supplies; transport; bounty; expenses; expences; payments; ;
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