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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 26, 1794 Announces Engagement of Alex White to Inspect Mines Tench Coxe Henry Knox Announces the intention to engage Alex White to inspect the mines. White will work with Mr. Zane in Winchester.
September 5, 1794 Capt. Thomas Martin's Returns Joseph Howell Captain Thomas Martin Mr. Minor produced Capt. Martin's receipts for twenty dollars which is the premium for the ten men named in Martin' s return.
1797 Uncle Alex's Health Benjamin Hodgdon Samuel Hodgdon Benjamin Hodgdon discusses the critical condition of Uncle Alex and believes the prospects for his recovery are poor.
July 22, 1794 Account of Martin Martin Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Martin Martin, late private in the 1st and 6th South Carolina Regiments.
April 9, 1795 Pay of Ensign Martin and Recruits Joseph Howell Charles Martin The sum of $230.93 has been remitted to Henry Miller, Supervisor of Pennsylvania, to be transmitted to Ensign Martin for the pay of himself and his recruits through Feb. 28, 1795.
September 18, 1797 Addition to Martin's Account Charles Martin William Simmons After examining his account, Martin noticed that he had not forwarded the receipt for the bounty of a man in Capt. Edward Turner's Company. The receipt is now sent forward.
April 20, 1796 Request for Order to Pay Recruits Charles Martin William Simmons Recruits impatient due to not receiving pay owed them. Col. Butler assured Martin that pay would arrive shortly, but it had not so Martin requested order to pay troops as soon as possible.
July 4, 1798 Receipts for Captain Alexander Gibson Edward Carrington William Simmons Letter, encloses receipt of Captain Alexander Gibson.
October 2, 1797 Credit to Account William Simmons Charles Martin Acknowledged letter by Martin containing receipt for bounty paid to Ebenezer Snow for $14.00. Amount mentioned plus $2.00 passed to the credit of Martin's account. Balance due to United States by Martin: $23.89, to be paid to Issac Craig in order to close Martin's account.
May 6, 1796 Martin's Account and vouchers William Simmons Charles Martin Acknowledges receipt of Martin's account and vouchers; they will be examined.
February 9, 1796 Account Information from Pittsburg, with details Charles Martin William Simmons Martin included muster and pay roll in letter, and included account of payment for Maj.'s Jonathan Hashall, Isaac Craig. Martin recounted the "enchanting melodies of the wolves that never failed to serenade every night and morning.'
May 30, 1794 Advance Pay Ensigns Semple and Martin Joseph Howell Charles Martin Ensigns Semple and Martin are notified that they will each receive $60 advance pay through the hands of George Clymer, Supervisor.
September 11, 1790 Knox directs Martin to comply with the investigation Henry Knox Joseph Martin Knox informs Martin that the investigation by the state of North Carolina will require him to put his conduct in writing.
September 29, 1797 Wrong Account Information Isaac Craig William Simmons Letter to Charles Martin received, but Martin stated it is wrong and will not refund amount. Craig said Martin will inform Simmons of errors.
August 22, 1788 William Knox informs Martin of appointment William Knox Joseph Martin William Knox forwards to Joseph Martin the Congressional resolve appointing him agent to the Chickasaw Nation.
May 8, 1800 Officer Recommendation for Mr. Martin, & Comments on His Non-Appointment as a Slight to the President William Grove James McHenry Grove, of North Carolina, returns a list of officer nominations, and professes his belief that the omission of a Mr. Martin's name from the list was not meant by McHenry or anyone else as a slight to Martin, to Grove, or to the president. He gives his recommendation of Martin, and supposes that his name might have been transposed to a list of officers for the provisional army.
March 7, 1795 Balance of Pay Due Charles Martin & His Men Joseph Howell Charles Martin The Treasurer has remitted sums to Henry Miller, Supervisor of Pennsylvania, to be transmitted to Charles Martin, being the balance of his pay from the date of his acceptance through December 1794 and the pay of his men through December 1794. If a man makes his mark on his receipt, it must be witnessed by a person of respectability.
February 6, 1795 Muster Rolls Being Returned for Corrections Joseph Howell Charles Martin Howell is returning Ensign Martin's muster rolls since he is unable to make a payroll based on the information contained therein. Some of the men left sick by Lieutenant Hutchins have not been inserted in the column for names present. Martin is directed to rectify this problem and resubmit the rolls.
January 25, 1797 Certificate of service for Joseph Martin James Williams Joseph Martin Certificate of Capt. James Williams regarding the service of Joseph Martin during the Revolutionary War. Williams is unable to determine how long Martin's service was.
March 21, 1794 Delivery of Files & Powder Michael Jones Samuel Hodgdon Jones received from Charles Anderson, wagoner, one box of sixty dozen assorted files and from Alex White nineteen barrels of powder, without invoice.
May 14, 1796 Money to Ensign Charles Martin William Simmons Brigadier General Henry Miller Direction to pay funds to Ensign Charles Martin, Commandant of Fort Le Beouf.
July 11, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Ensign Martin William Simmons Charles Martin William Simmons informs Ensign Martin that Henry Miller will pay him.
June 2, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Ensign Martin William Simmons Charles Martin William Simmons issues Ensign Martin's pay roll via Captain Bissell.
August 10, 1794 Letter Citation Captain Thomas Martin Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Martin 09/05/1794
March 26, 1795 Stevenson's Pay Prior to his Posting at Carlisle Joseph Howell Charles Martin Howell informs Martin that it is not known if Stevenson was paid prior to his posting at the rendezvous at Carlisle since he may have enlisted with another name. If Martin can determine Stevenson's previous locations, Howell can examine those rolls to ascertain his pay status.