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June 23, 1793 Britt's Account Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan observes that if he is not ordered out on the campaign and if [Daniel] Britt shoud return safe from Vincennes, Howell may anticipate receiving a statement of Britt's account and payment by September. Swan does not know how to send on Britt's rolls which have become as voluminous as his own.
May 20, 1792 Payment to Daniel Britt Joseph Howell Daniel Britt Britt entitled to further sums to pay sundry scouts, militia, and rangers called out for the defense of frontiers of United States and Pennsylvania and Virginia.
May 29, 1790 Proof of Identification to Receive Pension Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln Knox mentioned case of Susanna Britt, ruled on approved forms of identification to receive pension.
March 13, 1795 John Fleming's Claim that He Has Not Been Paid in Full, Etc. Joseph Howell Daniel Britt John Fleming says he has received his full pay for 1794 and Howell finds that Britt has not forwarded the list of balances for companies that have arrears remaining to be discharged. These lists should be sent on and, if not done immediately, Howell needs to be informed as to what Fleming is due. Howell has not been able to call up Britt's accounts for examination as they are blended with those...
August 18, 1796 Daniel Britt's account unsettled William Simmons Daniel Britt Britt is to settle his account with the War Department as paymaster or Simmons will report his case to the Secretary of War and the Commander-in-Chief
February 18, 1798 Certification of payments; subsistence of Captain Daniel Britt William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $64.40 is due Captain Daniel Britt of the 1st Regiment, being for his subsistence for October through December 1797.
August 7, 1798 Certification of payments; subsistence of Captain Daniel Britt Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $84 is due Daniel Britt, Captain in the 1st US Regiment, being for his subsistence at Fort Wayne for January through April 1798.
October 10, 1796 Request for Captain Britt to refund monies William Simmons James McHenry Requests that the Secretary of War direct that balances of monies owed by Captain Daniel Britt, paymaster of the 1st Sub-Legion be refunded to the War Department
March 16, 1793 Settlement of charges against Daniel Britt, paymaster Benjamin Mifflin Caleb Swan Balance on settlement of Regimental account. Includes instructions to Daniel Britt, paymaster, for pay of sundry scouts, rangers, and militia called out to defend frontiers of Pennsylvania and Virginia.
October 18, 1796 Pay advance to Captain Britt William Simmons Caleb Swan Informs Swan, the paymaster at Army headquarters, of an advance of pay and subsistence that he has made to Captain Daniel Britt
January 25, 1796 Pay & Subsistence of Captain Daniel Britt, 1st Sub Legion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $430.20 is due Captain Daniel Britt of the 1st Sub Legion, being his pay and subsistence and the subsistence of his waiter during 1795.
May 18, 1796 Authorization to act as Paymaster William Simmons Daniel Britt Notifies Captain Britt that he will act as paymaster for the troops of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers at West Point in case Lieutenant Nehemiah Freeman is absent on Britt's arrival at West Point.
December 12, 1797 Account of Capt. Thompson Robert Thompson William Simmons Capt. Thompson denies that there are mistakes in his account because he has never had any monies of Daniel Britt. Perhaps he has been mistaken for Lt. Robert Thompson of the 1st Regiment whose paymaster, Mr. Britt, may have been responsible for the error.
March 22, 1796 Pay of Private John Franklin, of Captain Daniel Britt's Company, 1st Sub Legion William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $36 is due John Franklin, a private of Captain Daniel Britt's Company 1st Sub Legion, being his pay from June 1795 through February 1796.
April 13, 1793 Duties of Paymasters & Mr. Britt's Illness Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Howell admonishes Swan regarding the importance of providing thorough instructions on the duties of those officers acting as paymasters. Mr. Belli and Major Rudolph have just arrived from Fort Washington and report that Mr. Britt is very ill so Howell expresses concern regarding the accounts of the trooops in that quarter.
February 17, 1797 Pay of Peter Johnson, late private of Captain Daniel Britt's Company 1st Sub Legion William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $26.54 is due Peter Johnson, late private of Captain Daniel Britt's Company 1st Sub Legion, being his pay from January 1 to July 22, 1795, the day of his discharge.
December 18, 1796 Certification for Settling Captain Britt's Account Caleb Swan William Simmons Certification that Captain Daniel Britt of the First Regiment and late Paymaster of the Sub Legion will, beginning March 1st 1797, relinquish thirty dollars of his montly pay to be credited in his account until a balance of $958.26, found due the United States, is fully accounted for.
February 1, 1793 Captain Abner Prior's Pay Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan does not think that it is advisable for Howell to pay Captain Abner Prior for any month before August 1792. His pay up to that point is in Britt's hands.
September 20, 1800 Certification of payment; Sergeant Samuel Lowry, deceased, in Captain Daniel Britt's Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $51.26 to Sergeant Samuel Lowry, deceased, in Captain Daniel Britt's Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry.
February 10, 1797 Indians Travelling to Fort Washington Isaac Craig James McHenry Notification that Indians will travel by boat to Fort Washington under the charge of Capt. Britt. Good relations b/w U.S. and Shawnee.
March 17, 1796 Paymaster's Accounts under Review William Simmons Daniel Britt Notifies Britt that his accounts as paymaster are under review in the War Dept. Accountants Office and requests that he come to the War Department
October 29, 1790 Report on military engagement with Indians on the Miami and St. Joseph Rivers Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox Reports on the success of General Harmar at the Indian towns on the Miami and St. Joseph Rivers. Estimates 200 Indian dead. Some fear Ensign Britt may have been killed or captured. Mentions that Major Wyllys, Lieutenant Frothingham, Major Fontaine, Captain McMurtry, and Captain Scott, a son of General Scott, among the slain.
December 24, 1791 Payment for arrears in clothing R.J. Vandenbrock Joseph Howell Vanden Broeck discusses with Howell regarding payment for arrears in clothing that Howell refuses to accept. Vanden Broeck says that Secretary of War has directed that what has been certified by Ensign Britt is to be paid.
May 22, 1798 Certification of payments; pay of Private Clarke William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $24 is due Private Robert Clarke, late of Capt. Kersey's Company 1st Sub Legion, being his pay from August 1793 through March 1794, for which period he was returned as an absentee by Daniel Britt, Paymaster to the 1st Sub Legion.
February 22, 1793 Account of Doctor Hutchinson Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Dr. Thomas Hutchinson has informed Howell that he has settled his account with Mr. Britt through August 1, 1792 and received a balance of $45. Lest there be a mistake, Howell has enclosed a copy of the account as settled by him in October, the balance of which has been paid to the doctor's attorney.