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April 8, 1790 Instructions to Captain Henry Burbeck to evince friendly relations with Spain Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Burbeck is in vicinity of Spanish garrison. Knox tells Burbeck to evince the most cordial friendship with Spain. Be polite and temperate in the handling of any offenses. If caused by Burbeck's men, inflict exemplary punishment. If by Spanish, make statement with precision and coolness to nearest Spanish officer.
April 11, 1787 Knox directs Captain Henry Burbeck to support Colonel Jackson Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Knox notifies Burbeck of reduction in force and directs him to support Colonel Jackson
November 14, 1800 Organization of Burbeck's Regiment James Wilkinson [not available] Shows the arrangement of the Subalterns in Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Burbeck's Regiment into four battalions. The names of officers assigned to each battalion are shown along with the names of the Adjutant, the Quartermaster, and the Paymaster.
March 16, 1792 [DUPLICATE] Request for Acceptance or Rejection of Promotion Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Secretary at War issues a warrant for Captain Burbeck's promotion to Major. Enclosed act of Congress that determined pay, rations, and emoluments for Burbeck's perusal.
April 12, 1790 Captain Burbeck, Captain Savage, and Captain Smith have all Recruited their Number Henry Knox Josiah Harmar From Lieutenant Frothingham, Harmar reports that Captain Burbeck, Captain Savage, and Captain Smith have all recruited their number and are bound to sail for Georgia to protect its frontiers.
May 24, 1791 Closing the Accounts of Burbeck and Smith Joseph Howell Henry Burbeck A bill has been transmitted on John Habersham, Collector for the Port of Savannah, being for the seven month's pay needed to complete the pay of Burbeck's and Smith's Companies for the year 1790. Howell is anxious to have Burbeck's and Smith's muster rolls and receipts for the monies paid their men so that he can close their accounts in the books of his office.
November 19, 1789 Letter Citation Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Cited in Knox to Burbeck and Savage, 12/08/1789.
April 6, 1790 Pay for Detachment of Artillery William Price Henry Knox Captain Burbeck has informed him that there is one month pay for the detachment of artillery left at West Point. Encloses for the Secretary at War a list of names.
August 11, 1787 Copy of current accounts and report of pay due Joseph Howell Henry Knox Encloses copy of current accounts and report of pay due a detachment of the 2nd U.S. Regiment under Colonel Henry Jackson. Also the pay due a Federal Corps of artillery under Captain Henry Burbeck.
January 26, 1790 Pay advance to officers and non commissioned officers of Captain Burbeck's company Joseph Howell Joseph Savage Pay advance to officers and non commissioned officers of Captain Burbeck's company
September 1, 1796 Major Burbeck's report on Michilimackinac Henry Burbeck [not available] Major Burbeck makes report on the fort and facilities received from the British at Michilimackinac. Report cover the barracks, the fort, the store house, the powder magazine; the government house, the Council Room, the bake house, the stables, the Commandant's Garden, and the Subaltern's Garden.
November 20, 1787 Henry Knox discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell Henry Knox Joseph Howell The Secretary at War directs Joseph Howell to settle the accounts of Colonel Jackson's Regiment and those of Captains Burbeck and Savage.
March 1, 1795 Letter Citation Henry Burbeck Henry Knox Cited in Burbeck to Knox, 05/25/1795.
March 15, 1795 Cited Document Henry Burbeck Henry Knox Cited in Burbeck to Knox, 05/25/1795.
August 29, 1789 Knox acknowledges receipt of monies for troop rations Henry Knox [not available] Receipt for rations for Burbeck's troops.
April 26, 1793 Letter Citation Henry Burbeck John Stagg Cited in Stagg to Burbeck, 05/03/1793.
November 15, 1793 Letter Citation Henry Burbeck John Stagg Cited in Stagg to Burbeck, 03/16/1794.
December 5, 1793 Letter Citation Henry Burbeck John Stagg Cited in Stagg to Burbeck, 03/16/1794.
May 25, 1791 Logistics and Disbursement Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Advised troops arriving at Rock Landing on the Oconee river near the location of the future boundary as designated by "the treaty". Clothing requested by Burbeck will be shipped immediately from New York to Savannah. Enclosed invoice of supplies shipped to Burbeck that are to be used judiciously on the sick.
June 9, 1787 Protection of Arsenal at Springfield Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Burbeck and Capt. Savage (plus the companies under their command) are to be posted at Springfield to protect the arsenal. Highest discipline and general rules of military book keeping to be followed.
May 3, 1793 Legionville, Knox's Eastern tour, war in Europe, and Burbeck's rank John Stagg Henry Burbeck Letter, mentions affairs in Legionville, Knox's Eastern tour, war in Europe, and Burbeck's rank.
June 25, 1793 Instructions regarding the Spanish Henry Knox James Seagrove Three extracts; the first, dated 4/8/1790 to Henry Burbeck, requests that he and his men display friendly relations with the Spanish at the Spanish garrison. The second, dated 4/29/1792 instructs James Seagrove to report to the Spanish any man or activities which would be harmful to the interests of peace with the Spanish government. The third, dated 8/11/1792 to Henry Gaither, instructs that...
August 23, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Henry Burbeck Simmons requests that Burbeck verify the claim of Isidore Peltier.
December 15, 1800 Certification of payment; Lieutenant Colonel Henry Burbeck, expenses for self and servant traveling from Detroit to Washington William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $172 [$170] to Lieutenant Colonel Henry Burbeck, expenses for stage hire and for self and servant traveling from Detroit to Washington.
October 26, 1799 Autograph Letter / Autograph Document Signed, Henry Burbeck to William Simmons Henry Burbeck William Simmons Burbeck informs Simmons of the time of service of Isadore Peltier who worked for several years as a mason on various public works projects for the pay of $2 per day.