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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 24, 1800 Notification of Erroneous Information Transmitted Regarding Colonel Butler William Simmons David Henley Simmons notified Henley previous letter regarding pay subsistence and forage for Colonel Butler was not correct. Butler now owed the United States a balance of $888.51. Colonel Butler was allowed to refund the amount to Henley or Henley was authorized to stop pay until the account was balanced.
November 12, 1800 Colonel Hayes Accounts David Henley William Simmons Reasons for Colonel Hayes not settling accounts with Henley as Muster Master. Henley thinks Hayes has been overpaid for that work.
August 28, 1786 Report on David Henley John Pierce Unknown Recipient Report on the accounts of Colonel David Henley for his service during the Revolutionary War.
April 26, 1797 Account of Colonel Robert Hayes with the United States David Henley [not available] Discusses accounting procedures and monies advanced to Colonel Hayes as muster master. Laments that some are not acquainted with accounts; Henley having been called upon active business has prevented inspection. Includes Hayes accounts.
May 30, 1797 Stationery & Putty Requested by Colonel Henley Samuel Hodgdon John Stagg Hodgdon wants to know what action was taken in response to the request for stationery and putty by Colonel Henley for the garrison at Knoxville. On the order, it is not clear who is to provide the articles.
September 10, 1798 Load Intended to Go Forward by Phillips Samuel Hodgdon Col. Alexander Anderson The load intended for Colonel Henley at Knoxville has arrived safely but late so money should be deducted from Phillips' advance. If he refuses to pay, a suit should be instituted to recover what the law allows.
April 24, 1800 Notification of New Statement Issued to Colonel Butler William Simmons Richard Chandler Simmons reprimanded Chandler for misinformation regarding the pay subsistence and forage of Col. Butler. Copies of improper information sent to Mr. Henley. Simmons created new statement with correct information on Colonel Butler.
January 7, 1797 Extract of Warrants for Colonel Henley's government drawn by Secretary of War on the Treasurer [not available] [not available] Extract of Warrants for Colonel Henley's government drawn by Secretary of War on the Treasurer. Warrants favor Cherokee and Choctaw Indians, Indian Agents, and interpreters.
October 22, 1800 Payment of Traveling Expenses David Henley William Simmons Money owed Lieut. Sharp, Henley to pay him upon his return to Knoxville. Colonel Butler ill.
November 10, 1796 Delays in the Delivery of Vouchers James Byers Samuel Hodgdon Invoices of goods, including those from Hodgdon, Colonel Henley, and Colonel Pickering, have not been arriving in a timely manner. Byers attributes these delays to the neglect of one of the Post Officers and recommends that in the future invoices be sent with the goods.
February 16, 1795 Settlement of Colonel Hays' account as muster master Joseph Howell David Henley Howell reports to Henley that he received Colonel Hays account as muster master. Allowance described by Simmons as very liberal considering that the militia not constantly employed.
January 21, 1797 Receipt of Francis Mentges for sorrel horse [not available] Francis Mentges Copy of receipt for Colonel Henley, made by John Stagg chief clerk, for sorrel horse received from Colonel Mentges to James Casey.
November 17, 1793 Insufficient Funds Available for Mustered Militias to go into Service Colonel Robert Hays David Henley Insufficient funds available for mustered militias to go into Service
April 18, 1800 Notification on Actions to be Taken with Butler William Simmons Richard Chandler Chandler to hold Butler accountable for double rations taken. Money charged to Butler to be paid to Chandler should be forwarded to Mr. Henley.
January 18, 1794 Request Granted Henry Knox David Henley Henley's request to return to the seat of government to complete an unspecified task granted by Knox.
January 27, 1800 Payment of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler David Henley James McHenry Henley requests payment of $412.12 to John Wilkins Jr for regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler.
June 5, 1800 Payment to Joseph McKean for payment of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler, Tennessee David Henley James McHenry Henley makes payment of $5531.21 to be appropriated for payment of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
February 26, 1800 Requests Payment for Samuel Chew Hall to Pay Troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler David Henley James McHenry Henley requests payment of $2000 to Samuel Chew Hall for paying the regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler.
December 3, 1799 Request for Commssion Samuel Henley James McHenry Letter, asks for officer's commission; describes Revolutionary War service; mentions Great Britain; describes battle wound.
September 9, 1800 Bill of exchange, pay George Bell for the paying of the regular army under Lieutenant Colonel Butler, Tennessee David Henley Samuel Dexter Henley paid $8367.37 to George Bell to be appropriated to the paying of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
April 5, 1797 Credit to Wade's account William Simmons John Wade Acknowledges receipt of receipt roll of payments to Captain Gibson's recruits and a receipt for money paid to Colonel Henley that will be credited on the books of the War Department accountant’s office. Notes deductions for deserters.
January 6, 1795 Request for Pay Daniel Ball Samuel Hodgdon Ball asks Hodgdon to forward Ball's pay, as well as the pay of Colonel Henley if that has not already been done.
1797 Abstract of Warrants drawn to be transmitted to David Henley War Department [not available] Extract of Warrants drawn by the Secretary of War on the Treasurer of United States to be transmitted to David Henley, agent for War Department. Payments for Indian Agent expenses, interpreters.
February 16, 1795 A Liberal Allowance for the Militia Joseph Howell David Henley The militia have been advanced their pay and forage, having been given a very liberal allowance considering that they were not constantly employed. It will be proper for Henley to pay Colonel Hay whatever is allowed for his services.
April 14, 1800 Payment Henry & Boggs value received in specie of Nathaniel Shaw for paying regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler David Henley James McHenry Henley makes payment of $700 to Henry & Boggs for paying regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.