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October 2, 1801 Be Nice to Lieutenant Strong James Wilkinson Samuel Vance This letter is handed to you by Lieutenant Strong, who travels with his mother up the Ohio. Please afford them every attention they might need. The party going with Strong is to be immediately remanded to this place, in the same craft. Please also send every man belonging to the Corps in this quarter.
March 27, 1800 Procuring Clothing for John Strong Philip Church Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a paper signed by Captain Nicholls certifying one suit of clothes due to John Gold and a Power of Attorney from Gold to John Strong. Church wants to know how to procure clothing for Strong who is an orderly to Major General Hamilton.
June 2, 1791 Opinion on Warham Strong Joseph Howell Joseph Nourse Howell could not say if Strong was a member of Colonel Wi[ttet]'s regiment, but he noted Strong was of good character and deserving of a commission by Connecticut.
July 27, 1793 Delay in Transmitting Dr. Strong's Receipt Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Being transmitted is an abstract of warrants drawn by the Secretary of War in continuation to July 27th. It is hoped that Swan will have sent the receipt for the sum remitted by Doctor Strong since it's delay has caused Howell great inconvenience.
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.
May 31, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Cornelius Lyman Simmons directs Lyman to provide Col. Strong's authorization for enlistments.
June 21, 1791 Letter from Mr S. Strong to Colonel Samuel Hodgdon asking for job providing packhorses from Kentucky S. Strong Samuel Hodgdon Strong is making application for the position of providing pack horses from Kentucky. He asks that he be given the job over others who may apply and he says he would give much satisfaction if given the job.
September 28, 1796 Want of Medicines that are Necessary but not in the Chest Michael Kalteisen Samuel Hodgdon The medicine chest sent with Captain Strong arrived, as has the clothing. Doctor Dalcho will write separately to state which medicines are needed but were not in the chest.
December 21, 1798 The Fate of Clothing Shipped to Colonel Strong Samuel Hodgdon Henry Glen Hodgdon wonders why the clothing sent to Colonel Strong in September 1797 did not reach him until August 1798, much of it in damaged condition.
May 28, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Edward D. Turner Simmons encloses an order drawn from Doctor Joseph Strong payable to Capt. Turner.
January 20, 1796 Pay of James Voorhis, Deceased, of Captain A. Prior's Company 1st Sub Legion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $72 is due James Voorhis, a Sergeant in Captain A. Prior's Company 1st Sub Legion, being his pay from August 1, 1793 to August 1, 1794, the day of his death. Sum is payable to Joseph Strong agreeable to the last will and testament of said Voorhis.
December 9, 1795 Pay of Private Abiather Alvord, deceased, 2d Regiment under Captain Phelan William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies $8.63 due Private Abiather Alvord, 2d Regiment under Captain Phelan to 4 November 1791, the day of his death, payable to Caleb Strong, Esquire, Attorney for Jonathan Alvord, father and heir.
May 2, 1796 Pay, Subsistence, & Forage of Surgeon's Mate Joseph Strong William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $100.30 is due Joseph Strong, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay, subsistence, and forage from January through April 1796.
January 27, 1801 Consulting Dr. Weems on Charges Made by Dr. Bullus William Simmons Doctor Weems Simmons requests Dr. Weems' assistance in evaluating the validity of Dr. Bullus' charges. Dr. Strong was also consulted, but Doctors Strong and Bullus are involved in trade, and thus his opinion may not be entirely impartial. As Dr. Bullus is requesting an advance, Dr. Weems' opinion will determine the amount which can reasonably be allowed Dr. Bullus.
September 30, 1800 Simmons Writes the Secretary of War About the Expenses of Doctor Humphreys William Simmons Samuel Dexter Doctor Humphreys has appeared before Simmons to request payment for his provision of medicines to the soldiers at Staunton, VA under the command of Captain Alexander Gibson between June 9th and December 31, as well as a surgeon's fee. The amount in question for the medicine is 162 dollars and 93 1/3 cents, and 306 dollars and 66 2/3 cents for the surgeon's fee, bringing the total to $469.60. ...
February 15, 1799 Citation Only Alexander Hamilton David Strong Cited in Strong to Hamilton, 05/07/1799.
January 25, 1793 Outlines Accounts for Horses and with Various Drafts Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig discusses the procurement and distribution of horses with Samuel Hodgdon. Receipted Captain Prior for horses and equipment. Refers to money and instructions to pay traveling expenses for Indians and translators. Regrets that horses purchased are worthless. Ensign McCleary and Dr. Strong have not yet arrived. Gave Colonel Nevill a draft to purchase necessary items for his family....
May 15, 1800 Certification of payment; Doctors Gillaspy and Strong, for medicine, advice, and attendance on sick belonging to Captain Gibbs’ detachment of 16th Regiment of Infantry William Simmons Benjamin Stoddert Certification of payment; $85 to Doctors Gillaspy and Strong, for medicine, advice, and attendance on sick belonging to Captain Gibbs’ detachment of 16th Regiment of Infantry, agreeably to report of Doctor William Shippen.
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...
May 21, 1796 Pay of Joseph Strong, Assistant Hospital Storekeeper William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $168 is due Joseph Strong for his extra services rendered as an assistant hospital storekeeper from Nov. 12, 1793 to July 24, 1794.
January 29, 1800 Certification of Payment; Gillaspy and Strong William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $71.34 to Gillaspy and Strong for medicines and attendance on sundry officers and privates in service of United States, agreeably to certificate of Doctor William Shippen.
June 23, 1795 Pay of Lott Curtis, deceased soldier of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $16.67 is due the estate of Lott Curtis, late a soldier of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery, being the balance of his pay to the time of his death, payable to Caleb Strong esquire, attorney to Vinson Curtis, administrator of estate.
June 7, 1787 Movements of troops, protection for surveyors, disposition of Western Indians Josiah Harmar Henry Knox Harmar reports that he is executing orders of congress and has evacuated Fort Stueben, and transmitted orders to Captain Ferguson to withdraw from Fort Pitt. Has detached Captain Strong and Captain Mercer, with their companies, for the Rapids. Surveyors have requested military escorts. Reason for assembling troops on Rapids of Ohio is to prevent Indians from attacking settlements. Western...
August 7, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons David Strong Simmons directs Strong to close his account by making the necessary remittance to the Treasurer.
April 7, 1794 Pay of the Troops on the Ohio River Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Howell remarks that Swan did not accept for the full amount of $14,851. Howell states that this act has "necessarily suspended the debit of the same or of any part thereof to your account." Howell requests that Swan sign for the certificate acknowledging his indemnification of the remainder so it may go to Doctor Strong and be confirmed with the warrant with which the certificate is related.