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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 2, 1800 Pay to Captain Campbell Smith of the 4th Infantry Regiment John Wilkinson Caleb Swan Order for payment to Captain Campbell Smith.
January 27, 1797 Letter for David Henley regarding Captain Smith delinquent account and vouchers William Simmons David Henley Requests that Henley forward a letter to Captain Smith concerning Smith's accounting for money paid to him for the pay of Smith's company of militia
July 27, 1791 Smith appeals to Knox to authorize military leave for a brother William Smith Henry Knox Letter, due to family hardship Smith asks for leave for his brother, Captain Smith.
March 9, 1797 Pay of Private Ackerman Captain John Smith's Company William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $15.91 is due Private William Ackerman of Captain John Smith's Company, being the balance of his pay from May 12 to October 20, 1791, the day he reenlisted.
January 12, 1801 Voucher for Captain Campbell Smith [not available] [not available] Account of Campbell Smith, his vouchers and disbursements of cash. Smith accompanied General Wilkinson and his family from Washington to Pittsburgh.
December 28, 1796 Balance Due Private John O'Brien, late of Captain Smith's Company of Levies William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $9.29 is due Private John O'Brien, late of Captain Smith's Company of Levies, being the balance due him the day he reenlisted.
April 5, 1792 Bill of Lading from Melactin Smith [not available] [not available] Bill of lading from merchant Melancton Smith of New York to General Knox. Letter refers to a transaction of freight with Capt George Fleming.
October 12, 1796 Pay of Private John Gilmor, Deceased, of Captain Ballard Smith's Company, 1st US Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $20.27 is due John Gilmor, late a private in Captain Ballard Smith's Company 1st US Regiment, being his pay from January 1 to November 4, 1791 following the day of his death, which sum is payable to his wife and administratrix, Dorothy Gilmor.
December 2, 1800 Pay to Captain Campbell Smith of the 4th Infantry Regiment Samuel Dexter Caleb Swan Dexter requests that Swan pay $400 to Captain Campbell Smith. Captain Francis Hager is authorized to receive it on account of pay emoluments.
December 8, 1800 Account of Captain Campbell Smith William Simmons Caleb Swan Account of Captain Campbell Smith for expenses of court martial sitting, has been adjusted
November 28, 1800 Settlement with Captain Cambell Smith Samuel Dexter Caleb Swan This letter authorizes the Paymaster General to settle with Captain Campbell Smith.
June 16, 1795 Certificate of Discharge for John Smith by George Gillaspy George Gillaspy Constant Freeman Certificate, surgeon's mate certifies that John Smith is unfit for military service because of lameness and impaired vision.
June 3, 1796 Answers about Smith's account William Simmons Campbell Smith Simmons answers several of Smith questions regarding his account with the War Department and other matters.
June 20, 1786 John Smith Certificate Joseph Howell Richard Humpton There are two John Smiths in the 10th Regiment but the one referred to in a previous inquiry by the recipient is the one who should apply to Mr. Nicholson for his Certificate.
February 6, 1792 Memorandum of discharges for 1792 in the Hands of Robert Smith Lieutenant Smith [not available] List of officers and soldiers discharged for services in the Western Territories.
August 30, 1798 Ascertaining the Truth Respecting General Smith James McHenry John Eager Howard Despite being afflicted with a vicious fever, McHenry has attempted to ascertain whether the sentiments attributed to General Smith have been correctly stated. Before he died, Captain Mitchell had presented his version of General Smith's conversation as had Mr. Bayard of the house of representatives of Wilmington, Delaware.
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.
November 30, 1785 Examination of Books of Pay Office Joseph Howell Richard Humpton Has examined the Books of the Pay Office; no charges found against Captain Robert Patton. Appears by books of auditors of Army that he settled his accounts for recruiting. Edward Evans of 6th Regiment is returned in rolls as deserter; John Smith, 10th Regiment as prisoner. No James Smith. Requests that Humpton be particular in names of soldiers.
January 27, 1797 Accounting for money William Simmons David Smith Requests that Captain Smith provide his account and vouchers for monies received from the War Office so that Simmons can close his account. Cited in Smith to Simmons, 05/13/1797.
June 17, 1786 Pay of John Smith Richard Humpton Joseph Howell The author seeks the pay for John Smith who was a prisoner and wants his pay for the time he was held in captivity. The author had written an earlier letter in which he had mistakenly referred to "James Smith." The author does not know how long Smith was a prisoner but every time he sees him he asks about his settlement.
January 10, 1791 Assist in Recruiting Henry Knox Staats Morris Orders to assist Capt. John Smith with recruiting in New York City.
April 9, 1792 Bushels of Lime John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith informs Hodgdon that he has procured 8 bushels of lime and would have sent more but it is so bad in quality that he would rather have sent none. Miten [?] would not trouble himself to go and would not send a hand to the hill and said he must have $15 a bushel for it. Smith would have lost a guinea rather than take it had it not been to oblige Hodgdon and had he not given his word to Mr....
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.
September 30, 1798 Credibility of General Smith's Statements John Eager Howard James McHenry McHenry notified Howard that he would write Bayard regarding facts of General Smiths statements as related by Captain Micheal.
March 10, 1800 Keeping Col. Smith Out of Jail Alexander Hamilton William Burrows Hamilton applauds Burrows for not forcing the issue on Col. Smith's debt to the extent that he would have gone to jail, which would have ruined Smith. Hamilton seconds Col. Troup's advice to use anonymous names for the bail of Smith.