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February 15, 1796 Augusta DeGrasse, Temporary Engineer, Paid Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens has paid Augusta De Grasse $230 per Simmons' instructions.
September 26, 1797 Goods to and from Savannah and Augusta Samuel Lewis Edward Price The Secretary of War has declared that until a permanent arrangement can be made for the transportation of goods to and from Augusta and Savannah, Price can employ the persons he mentioned in his recent letter.
August 25, 1797 Recommends Wallace as Agent at Savannah and Augusta Edward Price James McHenry Requests agent at Savannah and Augusta. Recommends Mr. M. Wallace, but wants to discuss compensation. Discusses supplies at factory and garrison. Will apply to the contractor.
October 3, 1796 Pay of Sub Engineer Augusta De Grasse William Simmons Daniel Stevens Notification to Stevens that he will receive funds that he is to pay to Augusta De Grasse, Sub Engineer to the Fortifications at South Carolina, for his compensation three months.
July 1, 1797 Compensation of Augusta DeGrasse, Sub-Engineer to the fortifications at South Carolina William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $227.50 is due Augusta De Grasse, being his compensation as Sub Engineer to the fortification at South Carolina for April through June 1797.
July 3, 1797 Pay of Augusta de Grasse William Simmons Daniel Stevens Advises Stevens that he will receive money from the Treasurer of the U. S. that he is to pay to Augusta de Grasse, Sub-Engineer at Charleston for his compensation. Cited in Stevens to Simmons, 07/25/1797.
August 7, 1795 Concerning future pay William Simmons Auguste de Grasse Informs Augusta DeGrasse that Daniel Stevens will pay him.
April 7, 1797 Compensation of Augusta DeGrasse, Sub-Engineer to the fortifications at South Carolina William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $225 is due Augusta DeGrasse, being his compensation as Sub Engineer to the fortifications at South Carolina for January through March 1797.
November 16, 1795 Confirms delivery of receipt William Simmons Daniel Stevens Informs Stevens that the office has received his letter enclosing the receipt of Augusta De Grasse.
August 7, 1795 Pay of Augusta de Grasse, temporary engineer Charleston South Carolina William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $450.50 is due Augusta de Grasse, temporary engineer at Charleston, being his pay for January through June 1795.
January 7, 1797 Pay of Augusta De Grasse William Simmons Daniel Stevens Notification to Stevens that he will receive funds that he is to pay to Augusta De Grasse, Sub Engineer to the Fortifications at South Carolina, for his compensation three months. Cited in Stevens to Simmons, 01/31/1797.
January 6, 1797 Compensation of Augusta DeGrasse, Sub-Engineer to the fortifications at South Carolina William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $230 is due Augusta DeGrasse, being his compensation as Sub-Engineer to the fortifications at South Carolina from October through December 1796.
August 7, 1795 Instructions to pay De Grasse William Simmons Daniel Stevens Directs Daniel Stevens to pay Augusta De Grasse.
October 1, 1796 Compensation of Augusta de Grasse, sub engineer fortifications South Carolina William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $230 is due Augusta de Grasse, being his compensation as Sub Engineer to the fortifications at South Carolina from July through September 1796.
October 5, 1795 Receipts from Augusta De Grasse William Simmons Daniel Stevens Informs Daniel Stevens that the receipts from Augusta De Grasse have been passed to his credit. Simmons also asks that Stevens state his account with the Accountant's Office for the purposes of calculating commission.
January 6, 1796 Pay of Augusta De Grasse, temporary engineer at Charleston, South Carolina William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $230 is due Augusta De Grasse, temporary engineer at Charleston, South Carolina, being his pay from Oct.-Dec. 1795.
April 7, 1797 Pay of Augusta De Grasse William Simmons Daniel Stephens Notifies Stephens that he will receive money due him on account of an accounting error. And notification that he will receive funds that he is to pay to Augusta De Grasse, Sub Engineer at Charleston, South Carolina, for his compensation three months. Cited Stephens to Simmons, 04/28/1797 and Stephens to Simmons, 04/29/1797.
October 4, 1796 De Grasse's receipt William Simmons Daniel Stevens Requests that Stevens forward a receipt from Augusta De Grasse for his compensation.
September 30, 1795 Pay of Augusta De Grasse, temporary engineer at Charleston, South Carolina William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $230.00 is due Augusta De Grasse, temporary engineer at Charleston, South Carolina, being his pay for July through September 1795.
October 6, 1795 Future payment William Simmons Auguste de Grasse William Simmons informs Augusta De Grasse that Daniel Stevens will pay him.
October 21, 1796 Pay of Capt. Kalteisen's troops and Augusta DeGrasse Daniel Stevens William Simmons Notification to Simmons that he has paid Captain Kalteisen and his troops for July and August and that he has paid Augusta DeGrasse as engineer, all per Simmons' direction. Cited in Hagner to Stevens 11/11/1796
September 6, 1793 James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent to Secretary of War Henry Knox on meeting with Georgia Governor Telfair James Seagrove Henry Knox Writing from Augusta Georgia, Seagrove informs Knox that after meeting Georgia Governor Telfair, he has written a follow-on letter in order to inform the Governor of his movements to meet the Creeks on 10 September 1793. Seagrove will remain in Augusta for the day in case the Governor needs to speak with him.
October 23, 1799 Winter Disposition for the 5th, 6th, and 7th Regiments Alexander Hamilton Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Hamilton contends that the 5th, 6th, and 7th Regiments should remain in their respective states for the winter rather than removing to Augusta. This disposition would be particularly beneficial to the recruiting service.
October 4, 1789 Regarding legitimacy of previous treaties between Creeks and Georgia George Walton Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department Governor of Georgia notes that previous treaties, namely Augusta 1783, Galphinton 1785, and Shoulderbone 1786, between Georgia and Creeks, were legitimately agreed upon by both parties.
July 30, 1793 Letter from Georgia Governor Telfair to Secretary of War Henry Knox giving assurance that President Washington will be advised of any troop movements Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox From the State House in Augusta Georgia, Governor Telfair assures Secretary of War Knox that he will keep the President of United States General Washington advised of any movements of troops and expresses hope that the system pursued will in the end bring peace.