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April 24, 1798 Hyde's Delinquent Accounts William Simmons Charles Hyde Simmons informs 1st Regiment paymaster Charles Hyde that he stands charged with upwards of $140,000, the expenditure of which have not been rendered in any accounts. Hyde is requested to render his accounts and vouchers to Simmons' office for examination without delay.
November 25, 1800 Captain Charles Hyde and his neglected accounts Samuel Dexter Caleb Swan This letter informs the Paymaster General that the Secretary at War will take severe measures against Captain Charles Hyde unless Hyde's accounts are exhibited immediately.
November 24, 1800 Simmons Reporting Captain Charles Hyde to the Secretary of War William Simmons Samuel Dexter A significant amount of public money in the charge off Captain Charles Hyde, acting as paymaster for the 1st U.S. Regiment, remains unaccounted for. The amount now attributed to his debit stands at $79,000, and although Hyde has been repeatedly called upon by Simmons in line with the request of the Paymaster General, Hyde has not yet complied. The instructions of the Comptroller General of the...
November 24, 1800 Delinquent Account of Charles Hyde William Simmons Samuel Dexter Capt. Charles Hyde of the 1st US Regiment, was appointed paymaster to that regiment sometime in 1794, and received considerable sums of money of which a greater part remains at this time unaccounted for. $79,000 currently stands in his debt and he has been repeatedly called upon to settle his account. To grant further indulgence would not be performing Simmons' duty to the public so the matter is...
April 1, 1794 Account of Lieutenant Charles Hyde Joseph Howell Charles Hyde Lieutenant Hyde is accountable for $746.81 from which he is urged to take immediate measures to exonerate himself.
November 19, 1800 Delinquent Account of Capt. Hyde William Simmons Charles Hyde Capt. Hyde is once again urged to settle his account immediately or Simmons will report his case to the Comptroller of the Treasury and the Secretary of War.
June 3, 1798 Settling Lt. Hyde's Account Charles Hyde William Simmons Lt. Hyde explains in detail his accounts and notes that when he left Detroit on furlough, he deposited his baggage, regimental books, and vouchers for the pay, forage, and subsistence of the 1st Sub Legion with Colonel David Strong, Commandant of that post, from which they will be transmitted to Simmons' office for a final adjustment.
November 20, 1800 Capt. Hyde's Delinquent Account Charles Hyde William Simmons Capt. Hyde assures Simmons that, despite the dreadful disease in his breast, he intends to settle his public accounts without a moment's delay. It is his intention to close this business quickly so that he can voyage to a warmer climate to avoid the ensuing winter because his existence depends upon doing so.
April 17, 1800 Pay of Lt. Breck, Deceased William Simmons Charles Hyde Simmons certifies that Capt. Charles Hyde of the 1st US Regiment, administrator of the estate of Lt. John Breck , deceased, received the sum of $1,252.40, the pay of Lt. Breck from April1, 1794 to April 12, 1796, the day of his death.
June 6, 1798 Certification of payments; account of Lieutenant Hyde William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $42.53 is due Lieutenant Charles Hyde, paymaster to the 1st Regiment, being the payments made by him to Private William Barker for his pay from November 12, 1797 to May 31, 1798 and for bounty paid and premium allowed for enlisting him.
April 22, 1799 Efforts to Better Organize the Troops James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Refers to Captain Charles Hyde as settling large sums of money, working with the regimental paymaster. Refers to an act to better organize the troops and plans for promotions. Mentions potential role as principal accountant of the War Department.
April 24, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons discusses the accounts of Lt. Charles Hyde with the Secretary at War.
July 17, 1798 Citation Only Charles Hyde William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Hyde, 8/1/1798
November 17, 1800 Simmons Requests Hyde's Compliance to Avoid Referral to the Comptroller of the Treasury and the Secretary of War William Simmons Charles Hyde Recent instructions from the Comptroller of the Treasury make it necessary that anyone who received public money which remains unaccounted for must immediately forward and settle their accounts. Simmons again, despite frequent reminders of the consequences to Hyde, reminds him that he has been requesting a settlement from Hyde, and that failure to comply will result in referral to the...
March 17, 1797 Receipt needed William Simmons Charles Hyde Requests a receipt needed to clear a charge from Hyde's account
April 24, 1798 Settling Lt. Hyde's Accounts William Simmons James McHenry Simmons informs McHenry that since 1st Regiment Paymaster Lt. Charles Hyde is in Philadelphia, he should be brought in to settle his long-standing accounts which are of great magnitude.
August 1, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Charles Hyde Simmons informs Hyde that Doctor Elliot's receipt was received.
November 30, 1799 Capt Hyde's Account William Simmons Caleb Swan Simmons discusses the account of Capt. Charles Hyde, late paymaster to the 1st US Regiment. He has received large sums of public monies from Simmons and agents of the War Department which continue to remain unaccounted for. He should be called upon for them.
April 24, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Charles Hyde Simmons directs Lt. Hyde to submit his accounts to the Accountant's Office without delay.
August 20, 1800 Deliver Summer Allowance of Clothing to Private George Groses Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Request to deliver completion of summer allowance of clothing to Private George Groses of the First Regiment of Infantry as requested by Captain Charles Hyde. Includes shirts, shoes, overalls, to complete summer allowance for year.
November 19, 1800 Cited Letter William Simmons Charles Hyde Citation only.
July 6, 1798 Request to Attend to Returns for Rations Owed Hyde Charles Hyde William Simmons Hyde believes he may have left a return for provisions and a ration order on Simmons' table and asks that Simmons complete the work for him if possible. He discusses popular opinion of Adams and Gallatin and mentions the Independence Day celebrations in Pittsburgh.
November 1, 1799 Certification of payment; Sergeant Major Josiah Taylor, 1st Regiment of Infantry for sundry articles of clothing William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $25.79 to Sergeant Major Josiah Taylor, 1st Regiment of Infantry for sundry articles of clothing agreeably to certificate of Lieutenant Charles Hyde, paymaster to 1st Regiment.
May 12, 1798 Request for Issue of Private's Clothing, With Return & Note from Commanding Officer James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of clothing to a private in the 1st Infantry Regiment, who serves as a waiter to Lt. Hyde. Hyde's confirmation that the private has not yet drawn clothing is included, as is a return of the articles sent.
May 1, 1800 Administration of Individual Officers and Soldiers Alexander Hamilton Charles Hyde Routine correspondence concerning the appointment, transfer, promotion, discharge, desertion, leave, and assignment of individual officers and soldiers.