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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 25, 1797 Letter Citation Josiah Fox Captain Thomas Thompson Cited in Thompson to Fox, 04/14/1797.
September 17, 1798 Thompson Added to Pay Rolls, Pay Received Horatio R. Dayton William Simmons Dayton has added Thomas Thompson, a deserter who turned himself in, to the pay rolls. Dayton also notes that he has received his pay and subsistence for June and July from Nicholas Fish.
June 29, 1797 Letter Citation Captain Thomas Thompson James McHenry Cited in McHenry to Thompson, 07/07/1797, also in War Office to Thompson 07/07/1797
November 30, 1785 Requesting information on Thomas Dickinson John Pierce Mr. Thompson The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes Mr. Thompson regarding Thomas Dickinson. Pierce asks for Thompson's knowledge and opinion of Dickinson's account. Dickinson is seeking payment for cartouch boxes.
February 20, 1795 Pay of Captain Thompson & His Men Joseph Howell Alexander Thompson The Treasurer has remitted a sum to Nicholas Fish to be delivered to Captain Thompson, being the pay of himself and his men through December 1794.
May 11, 1797 Request to deliver frigate timber and planks to Captain Thomas Thompson for Algerine Frigate [not available] Jacob Sheafe Request to deliver frigate timber and planks to Captain Thomas Thompson for Algerine Frigate. Also request James Hackett to procure maple timbers for launching ways. Hackett to be charged for any injury to said timbers.
January 12, 1797 Extract of Orders to Captain Thomas Thompson from the Secretary of War James McHenry Captain Thomas Thompson McHenry ordered Thompson to examine hulls and materials for Algerine Frigate Cresent to insure contractors Hackett and Hills fulfilled obligations. Extract is certified as exact copy of original found in Marine Book page 212.
August 15, 1797 Letter to the Auditor of the Treasury regarding completion of Algerine frigate Josiah Fox [not available] Josiah Fox reports via letter from Captain Thomas Thompson that the Algerine frigate, the Crescent, is complete and is agreeable to James Hackett contract. Fox provides extract of a letter from Captain Thomas Thompson from Portsmouth New Hampshire to the Secretary of War attesting to Hackett's work.
November 25, 1796 Captain Thompson's Accounts William Simmons Alexander Thompson Simmons has received Captain Thompson's accounts which will be placed under examination. Thompson should forward the receipt rolls for the payments to his men so that they can be included in the General Accounts.
June 13, 1797 Cited letter or document, Captain Thomas Thompson to War Department Captain Thomas Thompson War Department Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in War Office to Thompson 06/21/1797
April 28, 1797 Letter Citation Captain Thomas Thompson War Department Cited in War Office to Thompson 05/09/1797
February 14, 1797 Letter Citation Captain Thomas Thompson War Department Cited in War Office to Thompson 02/28/1797.
May 17, 1797 Letter Citation Captain Thomas Thompson War Department Cited in War Office to Thompson 05/27/1797.
May 3, 1797 Letter Citation Captain Thomas Thompson Josiah Fox Cited in Fox to Thompson 05/11/1797.
April 23, 1795 Pay of Captain Thompson & His Men William Simmons Alexander Thompson Simmons informs Captain Thompson that his returns to the former Accountant have come to hand. The pay of himself and his men will be transmitted soon.
July 7, 1797 Naming of Frigate to Sail for the Dey of Algiers James McHenry Captain Thomas Thompson Frigate intended for the Dey of Algiers to be named the Cresent. McHenry requested Thompson insert the name into the appropriate papers. Congratulates Thompson and Hackett for successful launch.
July 13, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Capt. Thompson William Simmons Alexander Thompson William Simmons informs Captain Thompson that Nicholas Fish will pay him. Simmons also notifies Captain Thompson that his pay has been adjusted.
July 11, 1795 Pay of Captain Thompson, Lieutenant Elmer & Lieutenant Hardy, & Recruits William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $433.57 is due Captain Alexander Thompson, Lieutenant Theophilus Elmer and Lieutenant George Hardy, and the recruits under Captain Thompson, being for his and their pay through June 1795.
March 4, 1787 Memorial of Captain Thompson John Pierce Office of Army Accounts Postpones settlement of the account of Captain Thompson until differences between Newman's petition and the account of Colonel Antill can be resolved.
April 29, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance, and accounting with Captain Thompson William Simmons Alexander Thompson William Simmons notifies Captain Thompson that Nicholas Fish will deliver pay for those under his charge.
August 14, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Nicholas Fish Simmons authorizes Fish to make payment to Mrs. Amelia Thompson. Mrs. Thompson is receiving the pay of her husband, Capt. Alexander Thompson.
April 23, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance, and accounting with Captain Thompson William Simmons Alexander Thompson William Simmons confirms receipt of pay records from Captain Alexander Thompson.
April 25, 1796 Pay & Subsistence of Captain Robert Thompson William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $174.60 is due Captain Robert Thompson for his pay and subsistence, and for subsisting his waiter, from January through March 1796.
April 27, 1797 Captain Alexander Thompson's account Peter Hagner Alexander Thompson Discusses various aspects of Captain Thompson's account, including money received for the recruiting service and charges for (pursuit of ?) deserters. Cited in Simmons to Thompson, 05/20/1797.
June 1798 Orders to got to Baltimore and examine and obtain vessels that can be furnished with guns [not available] [not available] Letter directs Joshua Humphreys and Captain Thomas Thompson to proceed to Baltimore. In Baltimore, Humphreys and Thomas are to identify private ships suitable for military use and negotiate the purchase of such vessels. Must be able to carry between 16 and 22 guns with six, nine and twelve pound cannon. Guidance provided on criteria; examine age;, state of hull; timbers; masts; rigging; sails...