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July 29, 1793 Letter from James Seagrove Indian Agent, to Timothy Bernard on death of David Cornell, death of McGillivray and relations with Spaniards, meeting with Chiefs on 10 September 1793, delinquent pay by government of United States, shortage of supplies, assistance of Mr. Jacob Townsend, on the giving of arms to Indians under present circumstances, and orders to capitalize on the kindness Seagrove has shown the detained Indians James Seagrove Charles Weatherford Seagrove believes that the rage over the death of David Cornell will subside. Believes Creek leadership lacks direction since death of Alexander McGillivray. Should capitalize on this opportunity to improve relations; if not, the Spaniards will. Meeting on the Oakmulgee on 10 September 1793 will go as planned; the meeting is based on direction of President of United States General George...
July 1, 1794 Voorhis' Refund to the War Department Joseph Howell Garret Voorhis Ensign Voorhis is directed to refund to Constant Freeman, agent for the War Department in Georgia, the sum of $26.47, the balance left after the recruits were paid for April and May.
July 16, 1794 Funds for Mounting the Artillery at Savannah Joseph Howell John Matthews The Secretary of War has directed a remittance of five hundred dollars to Matthews to be transmitted to John Berrien at Savannah for the purpose of mounting the Artillery.
July 16, 1794 Funds for Mounting the Artillery at Savannah Joseph Howell John Berrien The Secretary of War has directed a remittance of five hundred dollars to John Matthews, Supervisor of Georgia, to be transmitted to Berrien for the purpose of mounting the Artillery.
August 1, 1794 Pay and Forage of the Troops in Georgia Joseph Howell John Matthews The Treasurer will remit to Matthews $1802 for the pay and forage of the troops in Georgia for June and July of 1794
August 7, 1794 Blank Muster Rolls and Pay Rolls for Georgia Joseph Howell John Habersham Samuel Hodgdon will forward to Habersham, Collector at Savannah, one ream of blank muster rolls and one of payrolls to be forwarded to Constant Freeman, Agent for the War Department at Fort Fidius.
August 29, 1794 Pay, Subsistence, and Forage of the Troops in Georgia Joseph Howell John Matthews The sum of $1,802 is be placed in the hands of Constant Freeman, Agent for the War Department in Georgia, for the pay, subsistence and forage of the troops for the months of August and September 1794.
August 29, 1794 Letters to Constant Freeman and John Matthews Joseph Howell John Habersham Enclosed are letters to Constant Freeman and John Matthews that should be forwarded to them at the first opportunity.
September 5, 1794 Pay, Subsistence, and Forage of the Officers at Fort Fidius Joseph Howell John Matthews The Treasurer has remitted to Matthews the sum of $1,111.88 to be paid to Constant Freeman at Fort Fidius for the difference of pay, subsistence, and forage of sundry officers.
September 18, 1794 Whereabouts of Funds for the Troops of Georgia Joseph Howell John Habersham The sum of $9,911 was transmitted to John Matthews for the pay of the troops of Georgia but no information has been received as to whether it has reached the hands of the Supervisor.
November 28, 1794 Compensation of Isidore Stauf Joseph Howell John Matthews The sum of $200 has been remitted to Matthews to be transmitted to isidore Stauf for his service as a temporary engineer at Savannah.
November 28, 1794 Compensation of Isidore Stauf Joseph Howell Isidore Stauf The sum of $200 has been remitted to John Matthews, Supervisor of Georgia, to be transmitted to Stauf for his service as a temporary engineer at Savannah.
March 25, 1795 Withhold Pay Pending Further Orders Joseph Howell Frederick Dalcho Howell discusses the pay of an officer/soldier [name illegible] that should be withheld pending further examination. The paymaster of the troops wll be ordered to withhold the pay until he receives further orders. In the meantime Dalcho should furnish his account of payments so Howell can notify the paymaster the exact amount that should be withheld.
August 6, 1795 Fixed Pay for Militia Timothy Pickering J. Gibbon Notification that Major Freeman was contacted regarding fixed pay for soldiers on frontier.
October 17, 1795 Remitting funds William Simmons John Matthews Informs John Matthews that Samuel Meredith, the Treasurer of the United States, will remit him the sum of 486 dollars - the balance of pay due Isidore Stouf, for his work as a temporary engineer.
October 17, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Isadore Stouf William Simmons Isadore Stouff Simmons discusses the allowable pay and expenses for Isiadore Stouf, Engineer at Savannah.
February 16, 1796 Receipt Received William Simmons John Matthews Acknowledges receiving Matthews's letter enclosing the receipt of Isadore Stouf for 486 dollars. Matthews is the Supervisor at Savannah, Georgia.
April 8, 1796 Accounts and Recruiting Money William Simmons Constant Freeman Acknowledges receipt of Freeman's accounts. Mentions recruiting money.
May 18, 1796 Money for the recruiting service William Simmons Constant Freeman Notifies Freeman that Daniel Stevens, Supervisor at Charleston, will pay him money for the recruiting service in Georgia.
June 10, 1796 Pay for Army troops in Georgia William Simmons Constant Freeman Notifies Freeman that his estimate for "militia services" has been forwarded to the Secretary of War and that the pay for the Army troops in Freeman's "quarter" will be forwarded "without delay" as the money is received from the Secretary of the Treasury
July 5, 1796 Credit to Habersham's account Peter Hagner John Habersham A receipt of Isidore Stouf is to be entered to Habersham's credit on the War Department account books.
August 24, 1796 Pay for Georgia troops and other issues William Simmons Constant Freeman 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.
September 16, 1796 Accounts and vouchers William Simmons Constant Freeman Acknowledges receipt of accounts and vouchers. Cited in Freeman to Simmons, 10/18/1796.
September 16, 1796 Accounts and vouchers William Simmons John Habersham Acknowledges receipt of an account and vouchers that will be examined and credited to his account at the War Department.
October 4, 1796 Request concerning a soldier's arrears William Simmons Constant Freeman Request for information about the arrears of pay due to the estate of a deceased soldier.