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June 23, 1786 Claim of Richard Lloyd John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter to the Board of Treasury concerning Richard Lloyd's claim on the United States for his services. Lloyd is an agent for the Canadian regiment.
May 30, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney Richard Ennis Robert Ross Power of attorney for Richard Ennis, late a soldier in the Canadian Regiment commanded by Col. Hazen, to Robert Ross.
June 22, 1792 Certificate and Power of Attorney Robert Chestnut Robert Ross Power of attorney for Robert Chestnut, late a soldier in the old Canadian Regiment under Col. Hazen, to Robert Ross.
September 23, 1785 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Francis Johnson John Pierce writes to Colonel Francis Johnston in an effort to contact the former commnader of the Canadian Regiment, Colonel Moses Hazen. Pierce is attempting to querry Hazen about his onetime wayward paymaster, Robert Dill.
February 10, 1788 Certificate in Favor of Joseph Cone, Canadian Refugee John Livingston James McHenry Certified service of Lieutenant Cone, now as refugee entitled to compensation.
December 29, 1800 Claims of Canadian Refugees Samuel Dexter Thomas Jefferson Enclosed is a report on the claims of certain Canadian refugees referred to in the Act of the 7th of April 1798.
December 29, 1800 Enclosed Report Samuel Dexter Theodore Sedgwick Report on Canadian refugees.
December 18, 1789 Letter from General Moses Hazen requesting settlement of charges as officer in Continental Army Tobias Lear Alexander Hamilton Lear sends letter from General Moses Hazen, who had been in command of the Second Canadian Regiment during the Revolution. Hazen is asking for a settlement of his charges against the United States as an officer of the Continental Army.
July 21, 1788 Certificate of Supply to West Point Timothy Ketchum [not available] Troops and refugees at West Point were supplied, noted that no provisions were issued to Joseph Cone.
July 15, 1786 Regarding Canadian Refugees at West Point William Price Henry Knox Reports on giving provisions to some Canadians at West Point, and on a man who had been considered for a discharge in order to "go with...the Canadian refugees," who is staying in the service.
December 29, 1800 Claims of Certain Canadian Refugees Samuel Dexter Thomas Jefferson "I have the honor to enclose to you a Report on the claims of certain Canadian refugees, under the Act of the 7th of April 1798."
March 28, 1800 Enclosed Affidavit of Joseph Cove John Cummings James McHenry Cummings submits Cove's claim for relief as a refugee. Cove was injured by frostbite and cannot make the journey to submit the papers himself.
August 14, 1792 [Extract] Travel of Doctors General Israel Chapin Henry Knox Related Doctor Allen's stay in Philadelphia as most pleasurable. He took a fever at Fort Erie and is currently laid up with illness. Noted arrival of Canadian Indians at Fort Erie for meeting of Six Nations for council.
March 11, 1799 Affidavit of Joseph Cormeir and John Baptiste Labonte Charles Platt [not available] Testament that Levitte, Canadian native supporter of American cause, sustained damage to his home and farm by British troops.
July 1, 1794 Orders to Contractor for supplying provisions to Canadian refugees Henry Knox [not available] Order that directs the contractor to supply provisions to Canadian refugees who are currently inhabiting land given to them by New York state as ordered by the resolution of Congress.
October 13, 1800 Certificates for Land for Canadian Refugees Jacob VanderHeyden Henry Glen Submitted two certificates for land granted to refugees by Congress as compensation for abandoning their property in Canada. In order to obtain land in the Refugee Tract, applicants had to have left Canada for the duration of the war and supported the American war effort.
December 29, 1800 Claims of Canadian Refugees Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Congress of the United States Pursuant to the "Act for the Relief of Refugees from the Canadian Provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia," claims are submitted for Francis Cozeau, late of the city of Montreal, and Martha Bogart, wife of Abraham Bogart and before him of Samuel Tucker, formerly an officer in the service of His Britannic Majesty.
April 4, 1786 Petition of Andrew Pepin Commissioner of Army Accounts John Hancock Report to Congress on the petition of Andrew Pepin for additional pay and allowances for his services in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
December 30, 1800 Docket for Letter [not available] [not available] Docket for a letter from the Secretary of War enclosing a report on the claims of certain Canadian refugees, made in pursuance of the act for the relief of said refugees. Referred to the committee appointed to prepare a bill relating to the act.
May 7, 1799 Report from Detroit David Strong Alexander Hamilton Strong provides a detailed assessment of the state of military affairs from his post at Detroit and the limitedd amount of supplies, espcially of a medical nature .
August 20, 1799 Certification of payment; R. and George Webster for advertising notices to pensioners entitled to lands respecting bounty lands, and a law for the relief of Nova Scotia refugees William Simmons James McHenry Payment Charles R. and George Webster $27.00 for advertising notices to invalid pensioners, persons entitled to land, persons respecting bounty lands, and a law for relief of Canadian Nova Scotia refugees, sum payable to Walter Easton.
[not available] Notes on Captain Pierre Ayott Claim Unknown Author [not available] Notes on the claim of Captain Pierre Ayott
August 21, 1795 Quality of Provisions Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Notification that contractors demand number of provisions but that number of troops at several different posts is difficult to determine. Mentioned inspection of pork and beef for quality and prevention of spoilage. Canadian pork of higher quality than that packed locally.
December 29, 1800 Claim for bounty lands Samuel Dexter Reverend Thomas Ellison Dexter informs the Reverend of the status of Mrs. Martha Bogart's claim for bounty lands. Bogart is the widow of a Canadian refugee.
December 29, 1800 [Report submitted to Congress]. Oliver Wolcott [not available] Compensation of specific Canadian refugees relative to law passed by Congress April 7, 1798.