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May 13, 1798 Joseph Webb's Claims Jeremiah Wadsworth William Simmons Joseph Webb, now in prison, claims that several vessels on the Charles were taken for government use and he never received anything for them or their charter. Wadswworth asks Simmons to send him copies of Webb's accounts and vouchers so this matter can be resolved.
June 19, 1786 Requesting Webb come to meet Baron de Steuben Robert Pemberton Webb Pemberton asks General Webb to come meet with Baron de Steuben to observe ceremonial acts, ostensibly as part of the Order of the Cincinnati.
February 12, 1798 Claims of Lts. Smith & Webb and Maj. Cushing James McHenry William Simmons McHenry encloses the opinions of the Attorney General relative to the claims of Lt. Campbell Smith, Lt. [Bernard] Webb, and Major [Thomas] Cushing. He validates the claims of Lts. Smith and Webb although he does not believe General Wilkinson had the authority to appoint Judge Advocates. Gen. Wilkinson should not have appointed Major Cushing Brigadier Major and Inspector since these are not...
February 17, 1794 Account of Henry Webb Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Henry Webb, Sergeant in the late 2nd South Carolina Regiment.
March 28, 1793 Paid Twelve Dollars Bernard Webb Samuel Hodgdon Webb paid twelve dollars by check on the bank on the 20th of March 1792.
April 20, 1792 Capt. Hannah's Payroll Joseph Brock Joseph Howell Howell's clerk, Mr. Catlin, lent the payroll mentioned to Capt. Hannah to Mr. Webb who made out Capt. Hannah's payroll so the roll should still be in the hands of Mr. Webb.
December 29, 1797 False Claims Hugh McCall William Simmons Capt. Webb's verbal answers to Simmons' inquiries have been ill natured and evasive. Lt. Hough has received the pay due him, knowing that the horse claimed by him is the property of the US. Capt. Webb had previously asserted that his and Lt. Hough's horses were private property.
August 10, 1793 Communications to the Committee of Inquiry Bernard Webb Samuel Hodgdon General St. Clair allowed fifty dollars for his two communications to the Committee of Inquiry which Webb hopes that Hodgdon will have no objection to paying for. Twenty dollars should cover the cost of dispositions and other papers for a total of seventy dollars.
December 4, 1800 Regarding pay and allowances Samuel Dexter Hugh McCall This letter informs Captain McCall that Captain Webb is entitled to compensation and Major Freeman is entitled to double rations.
November 22, 1797 Certification of payments; account of Captain John Webb William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $375 is due John F. Webb, late captain of a troop of dragoons, being the six months pay and subsistence allowed to deranged officers by the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797.
May 21, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Jeremiah Wadsworth Simmons forwards the accounts of Silas and Webb to Jeremiah Wadsworth.
September 5, 1797 Certification of payments due; pay of Private Philip Morrison William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $60 is due Pvt. Philip Morrison, late of Capt. Webb's Troops of Horse [dragoons], being his pay from July 1794 through September 1795.
September 15, 1784 Financial matters Nathaniel Irish Samuel Hodgdon Nathaniel Irish, deputy commissary of military stores, explains his financial situation and sends a request for money to Samuel Hodgdon.
October 4, 1798 Certification of payments; Lieutenant Henry Muhlenberg, Corps of Artillerists and Engineers for the subsistence of himself and his waiter, Wm Webb William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $13.32 to Lieutenant Henry Muhlenberg, Corps of Artillerists and Engineers for the subsistence of himself and his waiter, William Webb.
September 13, 1797 Certification of payments due; pay of Private Watson William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $65.60 is due Private Oliver Watson of Captain John F. Webb's Troop of Dragoons, being his pay from May 1, 1796 to September 12, 1797, the day of his discharge.
November 23, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with John Habersham William Simmons John Habersham William Simmons directs John Habersham to pay Capt. John Webb and Lt. Howell Cobb.
March 15, 1798 Peter Hagner acts in the absence of William Simmons Peter Hagner Hugh McCall Peter Hagner discusses the pay of Capt. Webb with Ensign McCall.
December 4, 1797 CITATION ONLY James McHenry William Simmons Letter, Citation only. FULL GIST DOCUMENT CITING LETTER AS FOLLOWS: [McHenry encloses the opinions of the Attorney General relative to the claims of Lt. Campbell Smith, Lt. [Bernard] Webb, and Major [Thomas] Cushing. He validates the claims of Lts. Smith and Webb although he does not believe General Wilkinson had the authority to appoint Judge Advocates. Gen. Wilkinson should not have appointed...
February 6, 1797 Various pay matters that require attention and a request for more frequent reports William Simmons David Henley Discusses the settlement of an account, the abstract provisions and forage supplied to Captain Webb's troop of dragoons, the pay of Lieut. Wright, and the need for more frequent and detailed reports from Henley.
March 12, 1790 Account of Captain Mills Joseph Howell Henry Knox Refers to the accounts settled by the late auditor of the Army; states that in 1778, Capt. John Mills of Col. Charles Webb's Regiment settled his account for recruiting and received the sum of 2684 dollars
January 15, 1787 Account of old emissions John Pierce Unknown Recipient Encloses a copy of an account of old emissions advanced by the State of Virginia to Major Richard Call for the recruiting service. Requests that the amount due him be held until he produces the appropriate certificate.
August 20, 1795 Pay of Private John Spring, 1st Troop Light Dragoons William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $18.97 is due Private John Spring, 1st Troop Light Dragoons commanded by Captain John Webb, for his pay from January 1st to May 23rd 1795, the day of his discharge.
April 30, 1787 Levity and a request for examination of claims A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell With levity, Dunscomb asks if Howell has lost all friendship and all argument or is a man of so much business as to be disqualified to write a friend. Notes surprise that Mr. Pierce was at Richmond. Asks if Howell will examine claims of Colonel Cropper, Captain Francis Muir, Lieutenant Colonel John Webb.
June 7, 1796 Pay of Private John Lowry & Private William Davidson William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $40 is due Private John Lowry, private of Captain Van Rensselaer' s Company 4th Troop, and Private William Davidson, of Captain Webb's 2nd Troop, being their pay from December 1795 through May 1796.
May 17, 1787 Certificates for pay ready to be delivered; Lieutenant Colonel Cropper's claims Joseph Howell A.W. Dunscomb Certificates for pay of Lieutenant Colonel Webb, Captain Muir and others are ready to be delivered. Howell cannot find any Act of Congress that gave Lieutenant Colonel Cropper the liberty of retiring until called for. Virginia Line has not made any arrangements either. More evidence should be produced before his claim can be admitted.