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May 20, 1796 Captain Price Has Not Settled His Accounts William Simmons James McHenry Simmons complains that Captain Price has not submitted a single voucher or attempted to settle his accounts for years, despite being stationed very close to the Pay Master. He asks for McHenry's help to get Price to settle his accounts.
February 11, 1797 Settlement of Captain Price's accounts William Simmons Benjamin Price Simmons repeats his request that Captain Price provide the account and vouchers required to settle his accounts with the War Office
October 16, 1795 Accounts of Captain Price William Simmons Timothy Pickering Informs the War Secretary of the accounts of Capt. Benjamin Price in respect to pay.
October 17, 1795 Correspondence with Captain Price William Simmons Benjamin Price Informs Capt. Price that he will receive from John Kilty a warrant for 160 dollars.
October 20, 1795 Payment to Captain Price John Kilty William Simmons Acknowledgement of Simmons' directions to pay Captain Benjamin Price at Frederick Town
July 11, 1796 Pay of Private Jacob Strawhover, in Captain Benjamin Price's Company, 4th Sub Legion Peter Hagner James McHenry Hagner certifies that $16 is due Jacob Strawhover, private in Captain Benjamin Price's Company 4th Sub Legion, being his pay from March through June 1796.
February 19, 1787 Request for Powder Sieves William Price Henry Weisner Price wants to know how much Weisner is asking for his powder sieves. If Weisner has sold them, would he please let Price know where he could get some new ones made and how much they might cost?
October 17, 1795 Pay of Captain Benjamin Price, 4th Sub Legion at Fredericks Town, Maryland William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $160.00 is due Captain Benjamin Price of the 4th Sub Legion at Fredericks Town Maryland being his pay for February though May 1795.
June 12, 1787 Powder and Saltpeter Sold, Contracts Received, Shifts Needed William Price Henry Knox Per Knox's letter of the 9th, Price has weighed and delivered to Mr. Hensler all the damaged powder. It weighed 25276 pounds. Price weighed and delivered to Mr. Pitkin the saltpeter, per Knox's letter of the 5th. Receipts enclosed. Price will work to comply with the contracts enclosed in Knox's other letter of the 5th. If the shifts being made for Captain Molly are done, Price hopes Knox will...
September 2, 1785 Regarding Account Settlement William Price Samuel Hodgdon William Price notifies Samuel Hodgdon that he intends on traveling to New York in October to settle his accounts in person. Price also requests a certificate from Hodgdon.
March 22, 1787 Serial Deserter William Price [not available] Price has been informed by Captain Jefferd that a man enlisted with Jackson's Regiment at Boston is using an assumed name. Price and Jefferd believe that this man is the same he deserted from Captain Hamtramck's company in 1785, was confined by Captain strong, deserted again in January 1786, enlisted again in New York and again deserted. Price believes this man will continue to defraud the US of...
February 25, 1796 Pay of Private Jacob Strawlever, of Captain Benjamin Price's Company, 4th Sub Legion William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $36 is due Jacob Strawlever, a private in Captain Benjamin Price's Company 4th Sub Legion, being his pay from January 1795 through February 1796.
January 19, 1799 Certification of payments; Private Peter Green, Captain Abner Price’s Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $5.33 pay to Private Peter Green, Captain Abner Price’s Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry.
October 14, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James Little Simmons notifies Little that his account was suspended pending receipt of original returns from Capt. Bishop.
March 5, 1796 Pay of Sergeant James McManus, in Captain Benjamin Price's company William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $54.26 is due James McManus, late a sergeant in Captain Benjamin Price's company, being his pay from Jan. 1 to July 10, 1795, the day of his discharge.
January 23, 1798 CITATION ONLY Benjamin Price William Simmons Letter Citation Only Document Gist of 07/28/1798 as follows: Simmons provides Price a balance of his account
July 28, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Benjamin Price Simmons provides Price a balance of his account.
October 17, 1795 Instructions to pay Capt. Price William Simmons John Kilty Informs Kilty that the Treasurer of the United States will remit him 160 dollars to be paid to Capt. Benjamin Price.
April 21, 1787 Garrison and Hudson in Want of Payment, Captain Molly Needs Shifts William Price Henry Knox Mr. Garrison has repeatedly asked for payment for the cords of wood and carting which he furnished last winter. Mr. Hudson the carpenter has also asked for payment. Price does not have the funds to pay. Captain Molly is in need of shifts, which Price wants to know if he should order. Mr. Hog is not yet returned.
April 30, 1799 Certification of receipt of military goods at Frederick Maryland Benjamin Price James McHenry Price certifies he put into care of Peter Mantz of Frederick Town Maryland sundry military goods sent by Secretary of War for use of soldiers recruited by Captain Henry Carburry and Price;
April 5, 1790 Stores for Companies Mustered, Sent for a Doctor for Sick Men William Price Henry Knox Price has packed and delivered all the stores according to Knox's orders, except for square files because he has none, and transmitted returns and receipts for each Captain. Three companies have been mustered but Captain Smith's is incomplete. The detachment remaining at West Point consists of eighteen men of whom eight are sick. Price has sent for Doctor Adams to attend them but worries that...
October 20, 1785 Price Reports to Knox on Expiring Enlistments at West Point William Price Henry Knox William Price, Deputy Commissioner of Military Stores, expresses the impending difficulties experienced at West Point to the Secretary at War, Henry Knox. Price indicates the expiration of enlistments will reduce Johnston's Company to one man. Price also requests money to pay contracted artificers.
July 16, 1798 Price of refined salt petre John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Mentions price of refined salt peter.
March 6, 1799 Requests Payment for Samuel Price Samuel Hodgdon Edward Carrington Enclosed order for Samuel Price, a poor man, to pay Henry Fraley. Requests that the draft be paid for Price. Fraley wishes an honest compensation.
April 4, 1800 Acknowledging receipt of Price's letter James McHenry James Price Acknowledges that he has received Price's most recent letter. [Content of that letter not provided]