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January 25, 1793 Captain Slough's Payroll Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Enclosed is the payroll of Captain Jacob Slough's detachment so that Swan can discharge the balance of $59 due them.
April 27, 1796 Captain Jacob Slough's accounts William Simmons Jacob Slough Discusses the state of Slough's accounts in the War Department. Simmons desires a settlement and requests Slough's accounts and vouchers
May 8, 1795 Pay of Captain Jacob Slough William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $160 is due Captain Jacob Slough for his pay for the first four months of 1795.
October 17, 1796 Capt. Jacob Slough's bond William Simmons Matthias Slough Informs Slough that the bond in which he is associated with his son, Capt. Jacob Slough, for the settlement of Jacob's account with the War Office must be complied with or Simmons will refer the matter to the Attorney General
February 14, 1797 Settling Slough's accounts William Simmons Jacob Slough Repeats his request that Slough provide the account and vouchers required to settle his accounts with the War Office and warns of legal action.
February 16, 1796 Pay & Subsistence of Captain Jacob Slough William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $104.40 is due Capt. Jacob Slough for his pay and subsistence for October and November 1795 and for subsisting his waiter for the same period.
February 14, 1797 Compliance with a bond William Simmons Matthias Slough Repeats his request that Slough ensure compliance with the terms of the bond entered into with his son and warns of legal action if the amount is not paid or proper vouchers submitted to the War Office
October 17, 1796 Captain Slough's bond William Simmons Jacob Slough Informs Slough that he must comply with the terms of the bond for the settlement of his account or Simmons will refer the matter to the Attorney General
January 27, 1797 Closing of Jacob Slough's account William Simmons Jacob Slough Requests that Captain Slough provide his account and vouchers for monies received from the War Office so that Simmons can close his account
May 26, 1796 Request concerning bonds William Simmons Jacob Slough Requests that bonds be signed.
June 26, 1797 Receipts from Jacob Slough Jacob Slough [not available] Slough promises to deliver $100 to Capt. Cornelius Lyman and take his duplicate receipts for this sum and forward them by post from Pittsburgh.
June 6, 1797 Pay of Private John Chapman of Captain Jacob Slough's Company of Levies William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $21.10 is due Private John Chapman of Captain Jacob Slough's Company of Levies, being the balance of pay due him from April 11 to November 15, 1791, including the time allowed for him to go home.
May 20, 1796 Pay of men enlisted by Captain Jacob Slough, under command of Captain James Bruff William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $311.10 is due the men enlisted by Captain Jacob Slough, now under the command of Captain James Bruff, being their pay through April 1796.
November 24, 1794 Supplies & Horses Furnished to Colonel Jones Matthias Slough Edmund Randolph Slough transmits a letter written by Colonel Jones regarding the supplies that Slough furnished to him. The letter has also been sent to John Helmouth who transacts Slough's business in the absence of his son who is in the Army fighting the insurgents. He has also furnished horses to Jones for which payment will also be required.
October 18, 1794 He Appeared Much Intoxicated Matthias Slough Samuel Hodgdon Slough discusses the pay of an employee who may be afflicted with an attachment to intoxicating spirits. He knows of some gentlemen from Philadelphia who encountered him while he appeared to be much intoxicated with liquor. As a result, Slough gave him a reprimand and hurried him on his way.
March 12, 1796 Pay of Private Thomas Wellington, of Captain Jacob Slough's recruits William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $52 is due Thomas Wellington, private in Captain Jacob Slough's recruits, being the balance of his pay from November 1794 through February 1796.
October 24, 1794 Delays of Dispatches Matthias Slough Samuel Hodgdon Slough discusses the reasons for the delays of dispatches including the fact that he does not have a public horse at his command. He notes also that some old soldiers's clothing has been given to him by Captain Thompson.
October 6, 1795 Pay and subsistence of Captain Jacob Slough and Waiter William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $356.26 is due Captain Slough of the 4th Sub Legion, for his subsistence and the subsistence of his waiter from September 1794 through September 1795 and for his pay from May through September 1795.
June 8, 1793 Balance Due a Detachment of Captain Slough's Men Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Enclosed is a continuation of payments made until March 1st. Also forwarded is a packet of payrolls for payments made to detachments previous to March. There is a balance due Captain Slough's men which should be paid. Those men have been settled with except for Marcus O'Donald.
September 1, 1794 Horses Calculated For Service Matthias Slough Samuel Hodgdon Slough finds that horses calculated for service made be had in Lancaster for from one hundred to one hundred twenty dollars. Slough feels that he can get them on as reasonable terms as any other man in the county.
May 25, 1793 Clothing for Captain Jacob Slough's Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon should have forwarded to Lieutenant Robert Thompson at Lancaster for the recruits belonging to Captain Jacob Slough, twelve complete suits of infantry clothing.
May 20, 1794 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Matthias Slough Cited in M. Slough to Hoddgdon, 05/20/1794.
December 7, 1794 Horses Are Us Matthias Slough Samuel Hodgdon In exhausting detail Slough discusses the state of his business stabling and hiring out horses for expresses and other purposes.
October 25, 1794 The President Will Be Here Tomorrow Matthias Slough Samuel Hodgdon Slough discusses the preparations being made for the President's visit and assesses the progress he is making on his journey through Pennsylvania.
May 24, 1794 Clothing for Slough's Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Send to Cornet Matthias Slough at Lancaster twenty suits of cavalry clothing for the recruiting service.