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February 1, 1793 Captain Abner Prior's Pay Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan does not think that it is advisable for Howell to pay Captain Abner Prior for any month before August 1792. His pay up to that point is in Britt's hands.
December 1, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting Abner Ritchie William Simmons Abner Ritchie William Simmons informs Abner Ritchie that his account records have been received.
June 20, 1799 Account of Abner Prior William Simmons Abner Prior Simmons has received a letter from Lt. James Sterrett in Cincinnati enclosing Prior's account and vouchers for expenditures in the Indian Department. Before an examination can take place, Prior must forward the authority under which he acted and the balance due him from the United States.
January 19, 1799 Certification of payments; Private Peter Green, Captain Abner Price’s Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $5.33 pay to Private Peter Green, Captain Abner Price’s Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry.
January 5, 1796 Pay of John Treadwell, Bugler in Captain Abner Prior's Company 1st Sub Legion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $20 is due John Treadwell, bugler in Captain Abner Prior's Company 1st Sub Legion, being his pay for Sept.-Dec. 1795.
October 28, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Capt. Prior William Simmons Abner Prior William Simmons informs Capt. Abner Prior that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
November 26, 1797 Accounts Received Abner Ritchie William Simmons William Simmons informs Abner Ritchie that his account records have been received.
December 8, 1792 Account of Joseph Johnston Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Joseph Johnston, late a private in the 5th Virginia Regiment.
July 14, 1786 Regarding unsettled accounts and the whereabouts of certificates Michael Kimmell Joseph Howell His accounts remain unsettled due to a charge against him by Colonel Johnston for $1200 part of which was used to pay officers and soldiers and the remainder returned to Johnston. Most of the relevant vouchers were left with the recipient's office and their auditors. Since his account cannot be settled without these documents he inquires as their whereabouts.
July 14, 1799 Torrent of Devastation and Massacre James Jackson James McHenry Based on Information from Major Abner Hammond who is currently visiting the Creek towns, relations with the Indians are more favorable than they have appeared. Nevertheless, Governor Jackson confirms that he will be prepared for possible hostilities so as to avoid devastation on the frontier.
September 15, 1787 Legal inquiry into accounts of Captain Alexander Breckenridge Abner M. Dunn Philip Audebert Abner Dunn requests the status of the accounts of Captain Alexander Breckenridge be provided by Philip Audibert.
July 9, 1792 Official Statement of Attorney Ebenezer Furnham Thomas Abner Thomas Abner granted power of attorney to Ebenezer Furnham.
January 4, 1796 Supply Difficulties at Fort Johnston Jonathan Robeson Stephen Rochefontaine Robeson complains that his detachment arrived at Fort Johnston after a very disagreeable passage of 29 days. He did not get a sergeant's coat, vest, woolen overalls, and shirts at Governors Island because Captain Frye had none of those articles. There is a mistake on the return to the Quartermaster because he only received nine pairs of socks.
January 18, 1791 Account of Abner Prior for 1788-1790. John Francis Hamtramck Abner Prior Certification that for his services as Assistant Quartermaster at the garrison at Fort Knox for twenty three months and for the forage of one horse for the same period, Abner Prior is due $368. Neither General Harmar or General Knox will have anything to do with this account although Gen. Harmar referred it to Gen. Knox.
July 31, 1798 Recommending John Johnston and John Milroy Andrew Gregg Samuel Hodgdon John Johnston, a native of America, has a strong predilection for a military life and has applied for an appointment in the Army. Since such applications are numerous and one from a remote part of the country might be overlooked, Gregg asks Hodgdon to intervene on Johnston's behalf. If offered a lieutenancy, Gregg is sure Johnston would not dishonor the appointment. He also recommends John Milroy...
October 2, 1787 Legal inquiry into accounts of Captain Alexander Breckenridge Abner M. Dunn Joseph Howell Abner Dunn begs prompt attention to his request for the status of Captain Alexander Breckenridge's accounts.
December 17, 1800 Receipt of Archibald Johnston [not available] [not available] Receipt for food and lodging for General Wilkinson provided by Archibald Johnston.
August 7, 1798 Certification of payments; pay of detachment at Fort Johnston, North Carolina Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $216 is due a detachment of recruits at Fort Johnston, North Carolina, being their pay for May and June 1798.
February 6, 1792 Memorandum of discharges for 1792 in the Hands of Robert Smith Lieutenant Smith [not available] List of officers and soldiers discharged for services in the Western Territories.
March 1, 1793 Payment to Jacob Johnston Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay of $30 for Jacob Johnston, late private in the 2nd Regiment South Carolina.
July 9, 1794 Account of Samuel Johnston William Simmons Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Samuel Johnston, late sergeant in the 1st South Carolina Regiment.
July 9, 1794 Account of Samuel Johnston Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Samuel Johnston, late sergeant in the 1st South Carolina Regiment.
May 22, 1800 Request for Issue of Flags for the Fort Moultrie and Fort Johnston Garrisons James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of flags for use by garrisons at Forts Moultrie and Johnston, Charleston, SC.
[not available] Memorandum for Doctor Johnston James Dunlap Doctor Johnston Johnston instructed to call upon Doctor Johnston in New York for copies of receipts.
September 17, 1799 Land Warrant for Joseph Johnston, Etc. Samuel Lewis Samuel Hodgdon Lewis describes the process by which the land warrant for Joseph Johnston can be lawfully issued to him. He confirms that he and his family are healthy in Trenton but looks forward to the time when he can return to Philadelphia. He asks for information respecting his house.