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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 29, 1792 Knox writes to Washington about Mr. Penn Henry Knox George Washington Letter, Knox informs Washington that Penn was well received.
February 10, 1796 Receipt for Bounty Received by Andrew Simpson Alexander Thompson [not available] Document, certifies Andrew Simpson has received part of bounty and is entitled to more money.
September 6, 1786 Certificates to be delivered to Andrew Dunscomb Abram Hite Unknown Recipient Encloses list of certificates to be delivered to Andrew Dunscomb.
September 29, 1786 Settlement made by Andrew Dunscomb John Pierce Nathaniel Pendleton The Commissioner of Army Accounts discusses the settlement made between Andrew Dunscomb and the recipient of the letter, Major Nathaniel Pendleton.
November 16, 1795 Payment for Andrew Simpson William Simmons Staats Morris Informs Capt. Morris that the office has received his request for the pay of Andrew Simpson. The office has hence remitted the sum to Capt. Bruff who will deliver the funds.
1787 Andrew Dunscomb discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell Andrew Dunscomb asks Joseph Howell to check the accounts of Mr. Dart for monies owed to him.
1799 Unsigned Presidential Endorsement of Capital Punishment for Andrew Anderson John Adams [not available] States the particulars of the court martial and conviction of Andrew Anderson, and affirms his sentence to hang, in the name of "the beneficial influence of well-placed examples in Military Service." [Note: Adams signaled his intent to pardon Andrew Anderson at the last minute in his letter to McHenry of September 18, 1799].
January 9, 1797 Certification of Allowance for Wounded Veteran Andrew Lewis James McHenry [not available] Refers to pursuance of Indians and wounds received. Dr. Robert Brownfield certifies that Andrew Lewis's loss of his right arm prevents him from labor or earning a living. Refers to congressional act to provide for wounded soldiers with an annual allowance.
October 27, 1798 Andrew Crosher's Receipt Decius Wadsworth William Simmons Enclosed is Andrew Crosher's receipt for two dollars bounty paid on October 16, 1798.
July 12, 1797 Pay & Subsistence of Captain Andrew Marschalk William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $421.84 is due Andrew Marschalk, late a captain in the Army of the US, being six months pay and subsistence allowed him by the the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797.
September 6, 1794 Letter from Andrew Pickens to Henry Knox on the troops and militia Andrew Pickens Henry Knox Letter from Major General Andrew Pickens to Secretary of War Henry Knox on the concentration of troops and the militia on the southern frontier.
July 15, 1794 Account of Andrew Welsh Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Andrew Welsh, late private in the 6th Virginia Regiment.
January 29, 1788 Andrew Dunscomb discusses army accounts with John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb John Pierce Andrew Dunscomb asks John Pierce the following question: please inform me if bounty pay and depreciation of pay and advances to militia includes any thing more than payments made on accounts?
May 9, 1788 Certificates John Pierce Dr. Thomas Bond Encloses an extract of a letter from Andrew Dunscomb respecting certificates
October 25, 1785 Pierce urges plain language from Dunscomb John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Andrew Dunscomb, Commissioner of Virginia Accounts, has submitted letters before Congress. John Pierce, Commissioner of Army Accounts, urges Andrew Dunscomb to write more plainly in any future correspondance with Congress.
September 18, 1799 Thoughts on the Crime of & Pardon for Andrew Anderson John Adams James McHenry Adams discusses his thoughts on the sentencing of Andrew Anderson, believing that the prisoners Anderson was accused of helping escape had induced him to desert. Encloses Anderson's pardon, leaving it to McHenry to determine its delivery -- suggests delivering it to Anderson at the gallows, with the announcement that this is the last time such a crime will be pardoned.
May 6, 1791 Statement of the Claim of Andrew Oliphant Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. The United States in account with Andrew Oliphant, late a Sergeant in Captain Lacey's Company in Colonel Wayne's Regiment.
January 3, 1798 Certification of payments; Andrew Bartley, ordinary seaman, deceased William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $7.33 is due the estate of Andrew Bartley, late an Ordinary Seaman on board the frigate "United States", being the balance of his pay from September 2 to October 6, 1797, the day of his death.
November 2, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay to Mary Dearing, widow of Andrew Dearing Mary Dearing Joseph Howell Mary Dearing received $5 from Joseph Howell on account of husband Andrew by virtue of letter of attorney.
May 24, 1794 Certificate for Andrew McCleary Joseph Howell Isaac Craig At Craig's request, a certificate is enclosed of the time that Andrew McCleary, dragoon in Capt. Bowyer's troop, was paid; a copy of the certificate should be given to Lt. Smith or Mr. Swan.
May 11, 1784 Letter to Andrew Dunscomb John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb John Pierce sends a letter to Andrew Dunscomb. Discussion regarding accounts.
February 10, 1796 Certificate of Bounty for Andrew Simpson Authenticated by Simpson and Rochefontaine [not available] [not available] Document, certifies bounty due Andrew Simpson.
July 10, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Timothy Pickering William Simmons Timothy Pickering William Simmons reports the case against Doctor William Lawton to the Secretary at War, Timothy Pickering. Simmons charges Lawton with stealing public monies.
May 12, 1796 Pay of William Wells and Andrew Wolf William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $186.66 is due William Wells and Andrew Wolf, Scouts of Clark County Kentucky, being their pay from June 21 to Oct. 14, 1794.
October 6, 1786 Claim rejected John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Informs Andrew Dunscomb that the Board of Treasury appear to be in opinion against his claim.