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May 25, 1791 Bounty & Pay for Captain Rudolph & His Men Joseph Howell Captain Michael Rudolph Howell has transmitted to Rudolph a Bill of Exchange on John Habersham, Collector for the Port of Savannah, for the sum of $819, $456 of which is for a bounty of six dollars each for 76 non-commisioned officers and privates. The residue is to be appropriated for the pay of Rudolph and his officers and men through December 1790. Howell is anxious to have the muster rolls and receipts of monies...
May 25, 1791 Drafts in Favor of Four Officers Joseph Howell John Habersham Enclosed are four letters containing drafts drawn by the Treasurer of the United States in Howell's favor and endorsed by him in the following gentleman's favor: Capt Henry Burbeck of the 1st Battalion of Artillery for $2,590; Capt. John Smith of the 1st US Regiment for $1652; Lieut. Moses Porter of the 1st Battalion of Artillery for $1,784.60; and Capt. Michael Rudolph of the 1st US Regiment for...
December 7, 1798 Pay of Troops in Georgia Joseph Howell Captain Michael Rudolph Rudolph's letter containing a receipt for $819 was received. Capt. Miles will sail immediately and Howell must hurry in obtaining drafts on Charleston for the pay of the troops in Georgia of which Rudolph will receive a portion agreeable to a schedule established by the Secretary of War.
August 17, 1792 Request for Supplies to be Forwarded Rudolph Elkton Constant Freeman Major Rudolph waited on Captain Freeman for clothing.
September 19, 1792 Every Exertion to Complete the Troop William Winston Henry Knox Winston writes from Richmond, where he hopes to be absent from his public duties only a short time. Moreover, he hopes to do some recruiting while in Richmond. Major Rudolph has only twenty men at the Head of Elk; Rudolph had promised Winston that his troops would be complete at that place and so Winston has not been recruiting. He will make ever exertion to complete his troops as soon as he can.
September 10, 1791 Letter Citation Captain Michael Rudolph Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Rudolph, 12/07/1791.
October 17, 1792 Dispatch about Food for Animals at Various Posts James O'Hara Major John Belli Refers to dispatches about horses and oxen. Reports that the Commander in Chief has ordered 50 bushels oats and corn in addition to previous orders. Lists requests of General Wilkinson and Brigadier General Rudolph. Encloses list of regulations.
June 6, 1786 Application for Arrears John Pierce Colonel Henry Lee Informs Col. Lee that Major Rudolph, in behalf of his deceased brother, has applied to the office for the monies owed. Rudolph's vouchers are missing, apparently lost or stolen by a deserter.
June 7, 1790 Raising a Company in Georgia Joseph Howell John Habersham Habersham is provided a bill of exchange for $561.24 for Capt. Michael Rudolph to raise a company of men in Georgia. If Capt. Rudolph declines the appointment, it should go to Lt. Thomas Martin. If neither accepts the appointment, the bill should be held pending further orders.
April 7, 1786 Settlement of officer's account John Pierce Tobias Rudolph Jr. Discusses the settlement of the account of an officer of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Lee's Legion.
April 16, 1800 Account of Lieutenant McDermott William Simmons [not available] Statement of the account of Lieutenant McDermott.
July 3, 1798 Receipt for cannon balls at Cornwall Furnace [not available] Samuel Hodgdon Rudolph Kelker sends 280 cannon balls weighing 12 pounds each, part of the shot remaining at Cornwall furnace since the Revolution. Carriages are $22. Subsequent receipts signed by John Smith, Samuel Hodgdon, and William Bass.
December 14, 1792 Refers to Business among Various Officers James O'Hara Henry Knox Writes of receipts and money. Refers to Indian affairs. Lists boats and loads.
April 4, 1791 Receipts from Officers John Habersham Joseph Howell The nine post notes of the Bank of North America, amounting to $185, shall be applied as directed by Howell . Habersham had not previously transmitted Captain Rudolph's receipts but those will be sent together with those of Captains Smith and Savage.
July 26, 1793 Orders to March to Frontier Henry Knox William Winston Reiterated orders to march to frontier post of Major General Anthony Wayne so as to accept the command of a cavalry squadron recently vacated by Major Rudolph.
July 20, 1793 Colonel Strong's Movements Alarm Indians; Logistics & Personnel of Legion Henry Knox Anthony Wayne The peace commissioners are alarmed by Col. Strong's movements so they must be halted immediately. Various logistical and personnel matters are discussed.
March 1790 List of Fiscal Responsibilities Henry Knox Edward Rudolph Request for financial information to assist in committee ruling.
January 16, 1786 Army Pay Issues John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Pierce discusses various accounting and army pay issues
January 16, 1786 Discusses Issues Related to Officer Pay John Pierce John White Discusses several officers' accounts, accounting records, and the disposition of pay certificates.
October 26, 1792 Winter Quarters, Etc. Doctor Charles Brown Samuel Hodgdon General Wayne and four hundred men have for several days been examining the Indian shore of the Ohio for a place for winter quarters. He will probably fix on a spot 23 miles below Pittsburgh. Major Rudolph with the dismounted cavalry and a party of infantry went down the river for what looks like a long passage. Asks Hodgdon to give his plant a place in his house over the winter.
September 28, 1792 Measures to Protect the Frontier Anthony Wayne Henry Knox In response to a complaint by a militia officer, Wayne explains all the measures he is taking to ensure the safety of the frontier, including the use of frequent and multiple patrols to intercept any marauding Indians.
[not available] Request for Supplies Rudolph Constant Freeman Unsigned, undated request for sword and uniform for dragoons.
September 12, 1800 One or Two Instances of the Fever, Etc. Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon In addition to a discussion of accounting matters related to General Wilkinson and Rudolph Tellin [?], Stevens notes that only two instances of the fever have occurred and it appears to be healthy in general.
October 19, 1792 Estimate of Expenses for 1792 James O'Hara Henry Knox Encloses estimate of expenses for 1792.
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.