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July 19, 1797 Pay of Williams' detachment William Simmons Philip Williams Notifies Williams that he will receive money for his pay and that of his detachment, as well as for the recruiting service and several other sums. Cited in Williams to Simmons, 09/02/1797.
November 8, 1797 Request Response for Mr. Williams James McHenry Constant Freeman Requests response for Mr. Williams.
September 2, 1800 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Williams Cited in Williams to Hodgdon, 09/05/1800, Williams to Hodgdon, 09/12/1800, and Williams to Hodgdon, 09/24/1800. Letter from Samuel Hodgdon, Commissary of Military Stores, to Joseph Williams, Paymaster and Public Storekeeper at the Springfield Armory.
June 11, 1800 Forwarding Gun Barrels on Account of the Armory Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Williams has discussed the gun barrels with Mr. Ames. Ames requested 1500 to be forwarded which will come cheaper than if they were made at the factory but he declines drawing them on Williams in the usual way. Colonel Orr believes it will be beneficial to have them so Williams asks that one thousand that have stood proof be forwarded on account of the armory.
January 1, 1795 Clothing for Sergeant Williams John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Sergeant Williams has not drawn woolen and linen overalls and a vest because none could be found to fit him. Since General Knox wants Williams sent to New Jersey to join the recruiting service, contractors should take his measure so he can be properly clothed.
August 11, 1788 Dispute between Colonel Williams and De Haas over accounts Joseph Howell John P. de Haas References dispute between de Haas and Williams. Notes that Colonel Williams is owed money by estate of de Haas' father.
December 17, 1799 Account of Work Done in the Factory in 1799 Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Samuel Lyman has informed Williams that Hodgdon will receive and transmit the money for Williams' department in the future. Enclosed is a Power of Attorney appointing Hodgon as his agent. Williams will soon forward his account for the work done in the factory during the past year.
February 3, 1798 Account of Philip Williams Philip Williams William Simmons As part of his relinquishment of public affairs, Williams has enclosed his current account with the appropriate vouchers and waits only for instructions as how to dispose of the hundred dollars he has in his hands for the recruiting service.
July 27, 1798 Account of Philip Williams Philip Williams William Simmons Williams informs Simmons that he not yet received his amount from Samuel Hodgdon and encloses Capt. Griffith McRea's receipt for the hundred dollars that was refunded to him.
July 19, 1797 Money to Sergeant Williams William Simmons James Read Advises Read that he will receive money from the Treasurer of the U. S. that he is to transfer to Sergeant Philip Williams in the specified amounts for the reasons he explains, including the pay of Sergeant Williams and the men under his command at Fort Johnston. Mentions money for the recruiting service.
December 14, 1799 Pay the Balance Due Me Philip Williams Samuel Hodgdon Williams asks Hodgdon to pay the bearer General B. Smith the balance due Williams from Hodgdon's office which should be paid to him or order, on application,.
October 2, 1794 A Heavy Requisition from Elliot & Williams, Etc. Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Alexander Hamilton Notes are being prepared for remittances to General Miller and Mr. Williams. $90,000 will be transported to Fort Cumberland for the pay of the Army. Heavy requisitions have been made of Contractors Elliot & Williams based on their contract with the Army. General Knox is expected soon.
January 24, 1796 Williams solicits Washington's opinions regarding scientific experiments John Williams George Washington Williams seeks Washington's advice regarding the atmospheric experiments he has been conducting with thermometers and barometers.
February 1, 1797 Destitute Soldiers Furnished Own Rations Philip Williams William Simmons Enclosed receipt rolls and vouchers. Williams furnished his men and himself with rations, bounty, and contingent expenses due to lack of contractor to supply necessary goods. Williams seeking repayment through the Secretary of War and Col Rochefontaine.
October 11, 1800 Restoration of Lyman's Health, Etc. Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Williams happily reports that he has received the two thousand dollars sent from Hodgdon. Amidst a discussion of supply and accounting matters, Williams refers to Mr. Lyman and his gratitude to Hodgdon for his friendly wishes respecting the restoration of Lyman's health. Lyman is mending slowly and Williams is apprehensive regarding his prospects of getting out and about, if ever.
May 24, 1797 Pay of Sergeant Williams' men William Simmons James Read Advises Read that he will receive money from the Treasurer of the U. S. that he is to transfer to Sergeant Philip Williams at Fort Johnson, North Carolina for the pay of Williams and the men under his command.
December 17, 1800 Letter Citation Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Cited in Williams to Hodgdon, 12/24/1800. Williams has received fifteen hundred dollars in post notes on account of the Armory. This is the first remittance on the estimate for November.
November 4, 1786 Cited letter or document, William Williams to John Pierce William Williams John Pierce Cited in Howell to Williams 11/11/1786
July 25, 1798 Receipt of Philip Williams for recruiting service Griffith James McRee Philip Williams Received of Philip Williams $100 for recruiting service by James McHenry.
July 19, 1797 Certification of payment; Estates of deceased soldiers to wit; Private James Williams, of Captain McRee’s Company; Private William Johnson, under Sergeant Philip Williams, Fort Johnston William Simmons James McHenry Certification that the appropriate portion of $35.27 is due the estates of the following soldiers: Pvt. James Williams of Capt. Griffith McRea's Company, Pvt. William Williams, and Pvt. William Johnson under the command of Sgt. Philip Williams at Fort Johnston.
December 9, 1797 Receipts of Sergeant Philip Williams Thomas Robeson William Simmons Enclosed are three receipt rolls for money paid to Sergeant Philip Williams and the men under his command at Fort Johnston. There are also receipts from the recruiting service for bounties paid and premiums allowed and another receipt for Williams' service as administrator of the estates of three deceased soldiers..
February 1, 1797 Enclosed Receipt Roll for the Pay of Sergeant Philip Williams and His Men James Read William Simmons Read encloses receipt rolls for Sergeant Philip Williams and his men, covering January through November 1796.
February 17, 1797 Pay of sergeant Williams' men William Simmons James Read Advises Read that he will receive money from the Treasurer of the U. S. that he is to transfer to Sergeant Philip Williams at Fort Johnson, North Carolina for the pay of Williams and his men
September 14, 1791 Enclosed Extract of a Letter from Kentucky Jonathan Williams Henry Knox Williams encloses an extract of a letter from Kentucky. He is uncertain if or when his letter will reach its desitation. Williams is on his way home and hopes to see the recipient in October.
July 2, 1799 Letter Citation Joseph Williams William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Williams, 07/24/1799. Letter from Joseph Williams, Paymaster and Public Storekeeper at the Springfield Armory, to William Simmons, War Department accountant.