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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 8, 1799 Troops Near the District where the Insurrection Existed Alexander Hamilton John Adlum Hamilton warns that troops should be stationed near the district where the insurrection occurred. General MacPherson has recommended the occupying of Reading, Allentown, and Easton but there should not be too few at any one point. Hamilton recommends that one company should be at Easton and the remainder at Reading.
January 18, 1786 Settlement of Public Accounts Richard Lloyd Joseph Howell The author thanks the recipient for his prompt reply to his letter regarding his public accounts. As soon as he hears from the recipient that a sufficient number of States are able to settle all of his business in one journey to New York, he will make the trip.
January 2, 1786 Settlements with Army Pay Agents Richard Lloyd Joseph Howell Lloyd requests information on the action of Congress in regards to settlement with regimental pay agents
August 7, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Simon Jackson Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General. Pierce was appointed by Congress for settling the pay accounts of the Revolutionary War Army. States at the end of the letter that he will be responsible for certain payments.
November 19, 1799 Certification of payment; John Frederick for attendance on two soldiers on the Northampton Expedition William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $26 to John Frederick for medicine and attendance on two soldiers on the Northampton Expedition.
April 18, 1799 Movements & Actions of Troops Suppressing Revolt in Pennsylvania William MacPherson James McHenry MacPherson describes the recent movements of his troops in suppressing the current insurrection in Pennsylvania, as they attempt to arrest individuals charged with treason. Discusses disposition of different detachments, arrests made, intelligence about the movements of the insurgents; supposes on the opinions of the people in the region, believing that the spirit of revolt was "high and...
July 22, 1799 Injurious Acts of the Disaffected Part of the Country John Adlum Alexander Hamilton Adlum claims that dividing his force would cause it to appear small in the eyes of people he calls "the disaffected part of the Country." He accuses these "Democrats" of interfering with recruiting and encouraging deserters. He believes that many of them would even join the French if they invaded the United States.
April 22, 1799 Forwarding of Correspondence with General MacPherson James McHenry John Adams Forwards letter from General MacPherson, as well as McHeny's response to the same.