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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 27, 1797 Discusses Travel and High Expenses Edward Price James McHenry Discusses travel and expenses.
July 30, 1793 Governor of Georgia writes to Secretary at War regarding Indian hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair informs Secretary Knox of his intent to keep the President informed of all troop movements.
September 6, 1793 Governor of Georgia writes to Secretary at War regarding Indian hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair tells Secretary Knox that the establishment of a paper peace with the Creeks can be of no duration.
April 29, 1793 General Policy for Southern Frontier Henry Knox Governor Edward Telfair Governor Blount to travel to Philadelphia to discuss policy for dealing with Indians. General policy to be adopted and transmitted to Governor Telfair.
June 12, 1793 Indian Hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair writes to Secretary at War Knox to request more men and supplies to support military action on the frontier.
September 14, 1798 Journey to Wilkes County to Pay Troops Constant Freeman William Simmons Fauche and Randolf could not meet Freeman and therefore Freeman had to travel to Wilkes County to transmit pay for troops.
October 29, 1794 Safety of Money Transmitted Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Freeman concerned over the safety of money transmitted to him. Freeman contacted the Supervisor in Savannah who was supposed to possess the sum, but learned nothing. Blamed irregular mail. Other accounting issues discussed.
May 14, 1794 Georgia Indians Constant Freeman Henry Knox Letter from the Agent for the War Department in Georgia, regarding relations with the Indians on the frontier there.
August 13, 1793 Letter from Georgia Governor Telfair to Secretary of War Henry Knox on convening of council of General Officers on subject of reducing five inimical Creek towns Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox From the State House at Augusta, Georgia Governor Telfair informs Secretary of War Knox that he has convened a council of Georgia militia General Officers on the subject of reducing the five inimical towns of the Creek Nation, the contents of which to be transmitted separately for review by the President of United States General George Washington. If properly supplied, expresses optimism that...
June 18, 1793 Twiggs Halted his Expedition Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair informs Secretary Knox that due to a lack of provisions General Twiggs halted his expedition.
November 20, 1794 Cavalry Equipment to Governor Matthews of Georgia John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War wants Hodgdon to put on board the ship bound for Georgia with Mr. Seagrove complete cavalry equipment for one hundred men. They should be addressed to Governor [George] Mathews at Augusta and, if they cannot be sent by this vessel, select the next one available.
October 15, 1794 Payment to Ezekiel Freeman salary as agent for war department state of Georgia Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Constant Freeman requests payment of $156 to his brother Ezekiel.
September 9, 1793 Governor of Georgia writes to Secretary at War regarding Indian hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair forwards evidence supporting the case for war against the Creeks to Secretary Knox.
May 24, 1796 Receipts to Stevens' credit William Simmons Daniel Stevens Acknowledges the receipt of two receipts that will be credited to Stevens on the books of the War Department Accountants Office.
July 1, 1797 Cited Letter Auguste de Grasse William Simmons Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in Simmons to De Grasse, 07/03/1797.
April 3, 1793 Indian Hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Edward Telfair describes Indian violence to the Secretary at War. The Governor mentions the murders of Daniel Moffett and John Herring.
February 27, 1796 Answers to Questions Posed by Simmons Regarding War Department Constant Freeman William Simmons Packages marked A and B not received. Freeman noted the appointment of Willie (Wylie) Pope by governor. Freeman accepted the charges for his mistakes made to accounts since he cannot rectify the problem due to copys of accounts being in Augusta. Account information for current accounts disclosed.
May 10, 1794 Georgia militia attack friendly Indians Captain Richard B. Roberts Henry Knox Reports to the Secretary of War that Georgian militia have attacked friendly Indians.
July 3, 1797 De Grasse's pay William Simmons Auguste de Grasse Notification that his account for pay has been approved and that he will receive his pay from Daniel Stevens, federal supervisor at Charleston.
October 2, 1793 Governor of Georgia writes to Secretary at War regarding Indian hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair forwards information regarding Creek crimes to Secretary Knox. Telfair states to Knox that Indian prisoners will be treated humanely.
October 2, 1795 Washington writes to Pickering regarding treaty with Western Indians George Washington Timothy Pickering Washington acknowledges receipt of a copy of a treaty with the Western Indians sent by Pickering.
August 2, 1796 Credit to Stevens' account Peter Hagner Daniel Stevens Acknowledges receipt of two receipts that will be credited on the books of the War Department accountant’s office.
July 12, 1784 Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Wereat John Pierce Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General.
April 7, 1797 De Grasse's pay William Simmons Auguste de Grasse Notification that his account for pay has been approved and that he will receive his pay from Daniel Stephens, federal supervisor at Charleston.
August 13, 1793 Governor of Georgia writes to Secretary at War regarding Indian hostilities Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair forwards a transcription of his council of war to Secretary Knox. The Governor asks to have this document presented to the President. The council of war was held on 8 August 1793.