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June 15, 1787 Mrs. Howell's health; Captain Erasmus Gill pay and depreciation John Pierce Joseph Howell Discusses Mrs. Howell's health and that Joseph Howell has gone to Philadelphia. Hopes that she has recovered. Mentions writing to Board of Treasury; hopes that Howell has been favored with appointment. Captain Erasmus Gill has drawn his pay and depreciation.
July 12, 1787 Account of Captain Erasmus Gill; recommendation for clerk Joseph Howell John Pierce Encloses copies of accounts of Captain Erasmus Gill. Gill has received certificate from Register for pay and rations. Depreciation settled by Virginia; thus had two settlements. Mr. Nicholson says that Gill has no settlement with him. If more assistance needed, gentleman named Kirkpatrick is recommended as clerk; well known in Congress. Asks if Pierce is interested.
May 28, 1787 Depreciation of pay to Erasmus Gill; advances to recruiting officers Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Mr. Pierce wants to know if the depreciation of the pay of Erasmus Gill has been settled by Pennsylvania. does not find that any charges appear for advances to recruiting officers in 1776 or 1777 except for what Howell already has.
July 24, 1787 Enclosed Copy of Account John Pierce Captain Erasmus Gill Informs Capt. Erasmus Gill that the office has received his letter; Pierce encloses a copy of his account; discusses depreciation.
July 24, 1787 Account information John Pierce Captain Erasmus Gill Letter to Captain Gill from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding his account.
October 18, 1786 Regarding payments and depreciations Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Mr. Pierce investigated the claims of Col. William Williams and found that all of the monies stopped from Col. D. Haas's regiment have been paid so no further applications are necessary. Mr. Pierce wants to know if Pennsylvania has granted depreciation to Capt. Erasmus Gill and the author still needs to know the status of inquiries regarding Col. Becker, Major Benezrit, and Col. George Nagle.
July 24, 1787 Account of Captain Gill John Pierce James Gibbon Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to Major James Gibbon regarding the account of Captain Gill
August 13, 1798 Requests Delivery of Copper to Captain Gill James McHenry John Harris Harris asked to deliver copper to Captain Gill for the use of the Navy Department, to be charged to Tench Francis.
March 23, 1800 Resignation of Capt. Babbit Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Lt. Col. Rice conveys Capt. Erasmus Babbit's request to resign his commission and recommends that the resignation be accepted by the Secretary of War.
April 3, 1800 Lead and Sulphur to Captain Robert Gill [not available] John Harris Request to deliver to Captain Robert Gill, naval storekeeper, 10 tons of lead and 5 tons of sulphur.
July 12, 1798 Concerning the Storekeeper for Naval Stores Benjamin Stoddert Samuel Hodgdon Advises that Captain Gill be the storekeeper for naval stores and requested Stoddert show Gill the knowledge his possesses on the occupation.
September 25, 1788 Accounts of officers in Moylan's Regiment Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Regarding accounts of officers in Colonel Moylan's Regiment.
May 22, 1800 Requests Order for Knapsacks for Marines Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Requests exact number of knapsacks needed for the Marines, with an order sent to Captain Gill, Navy storekeeper.
May 22, 1800 Delivery of Muskets and Bayonets [not available] John Harris Request to deliver 300 muskets and bayonets to Secretary of Navy by way of Captain Robert Gill, Navy Storekeeper.
April 1, 1800 Balance Due the 14th Regiment, Etc. Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Hamilton assures Col. Rice that the balance due the 14th Regiment has been forwarded to the Paymaster on the Branch Bank Boston.
July 23, 1798 Request for Muskets and Pistols Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Ships Montezuma and Baltimore required 100 muskets and 50 pairs of pistols before they could set sail. Stoddert requested the munitions be given to Capt. Gill.
November 14, 1794 Account of Thomas Gill Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for the estate of Thomas Gill, late Corporal in the 3rd South Carolina Regiment.
April 2, 1800 Requests Lead and Sulfur Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Requests order for Captain Robert Gill, Naval storekeeper, for the storekeeper of the War Department for lead and sulfur.
June 6, 1800 Request to Deliver Order Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Deliver order to Robert Gill, naval storekeeper, for 20 tons saltpeter.
July 9, 1787 Board of Treasury complied with Howell's request that Swan join him Joseph Howell John Pierce Board of Treasury has complied with Howell's request that Swan join him. Captain Gill's account will be forwarded by Mr. Swan.
August 13, 1798 Receipt of Brass Mounted French Muskets Benjamin Stoddert [not available] Acting for Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Stoddert, Captain Gill confirms receipt from John Harris of one hundred brass mounted French muskets.
September 2, 1799 Proceedings of the Court-Martial of Gill, Murphy, and Landais John Adlum Unknown Recipient Proceedings of the court-martial of David Gill, James Murphy, and Henry Landais.
August 27, 1800 Receipt for Military Supplies Robert Gill John Harris Robert Gill received 70 barrels of powder from John Harris.
August 26, 1799 Allowance of Spirits Alexander Hamilton John Jacob Rivardi Hamilton has ordered Major Adam Hoops and Captain James Stille to Fort Niagara to investigate Captain James Bruff's charges against Rivardi. He states that although most men had enlisted when the "the allowance" of spirits "was but half a gill per day...Those who entered the service whist the act of Congress which allows a gill per day was in force..have some colour to contend that the...
August 14, 1800 Receipt for Military Supplies Robert Gill John Harris Robert Gill confirms that he has received from John Harris, Keeper of Military Stores, the following items for use by the Navy Department: pig lead, salt petre, brimstone, and casks.