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February 8, 1791 Account and service of Colonel Rawlings Joseph Howell Henry Knox Discusses the account and service of Colonel Moses Rawlings of the late Maryland Line, taken captive during the Revolutionary War.
January 24, 1799 Disability Payment for Nathan Rawlings James McHenry Unknown Recipient Secretary McHenry authorizes Nathan Rawlings, captain of a company of Kentucky volunteers under the command of Major General Charles Scott, to receive disability pay ($10 per month until no longer disabled).
April 8, 1791 Take the Command of General St. Clair, Etc. Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler General Butler should locate the person commanding the Virginia battalion and give him the necessary money and orders. Colonel Rawlings has declined the Maryland battalion but might accept the regiment if Colonel Hall declines. General Butler is to go to Carlisle to repair deficiencies in the battalions of levies at that place and then he should proceed to the frontier to take the command of...
February 10, 1801 Certification of payment; Private William Alvery, in Captain Rawlings Company, Colonel Bensonís Regiment Maryland Militia, ordered into service to suppress an insurrection in the Western Counties of Pennsylvania William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $11.59, Private William Alvery, in Captain Rawlings Company, Colonel Bensonís Regiment Maryland Militia, ordered into service to suppress an insurrection in the Western Counties of Pennsylvania
[not available] Regarding the actions of Rawlings and his men at the siege of Fort Washington Colonel Moses Rawlings Henry Knox Regarding his denied claim for warrant for military bounty land, Rawling recounts the actions of himself, and his officers and men during the siege of Fort Washington during American Revolution. Of the 274 men in his Regiment, 52 officers and soldiers were killed or wounded. Says that Gordon's History of America reports that Rawling's regiment killed or wounded upwards of 600 men. Rawlings was...
March 17, 1800 Granting warrant for military bounty land James McHenry Colonel Moses Rawlings Secretary McHenry states that although he is acquainted with Moses Rawlings' merits as an officer in American Revolution, based on his examination of records, he cannot justify granting request for warrant for military bounty land.
April 12, 1785 Maryland prisoners Joseph Howell John White Has compared to return of the Maryland prisoners with Treasury Books and those of pay office and encloses accounts of monies advanced. Lists the prisoners.
January 18, 1800 Cited letter or document, Colonel Moses Rawlings to James McHenry Colonel Moses Rawlings James McHenry Letter, Citation only
May 13, 1791 Account of Major Finley Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Encloses the statement of accounts for Major Samuel Finley of the late line of Virginia, concluding that Finley is entitled to pay.
May 11, 1791 Certifying the Service of Major Finley Christian Lebiger Joseph Howell Lebiger certifies that when he took command of the troops at Cumberland Courthouse after the surrender of Yorktown, he directed Major Finley, then posted at Penn's Tavern in Amherst County, to join with his detachment. Finley was Major at the post until March 1782 when he marched with the battalion under command of Lieutenant Colonel Rawlings to join the southern army under General Green and...
April 5, 1791 Two Battalions of Levies from Maryland & Virginia Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler Knox provides detailed instructions for raising two battalions of levies from Maryland and Virginia.
May 4, 1793 Account of Galbraith Wilson Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Galbraith Wilson, late private in Rawling's Regiment.
February 14, 1785 Musters of Rawling's Regiment; request for set of enlistments; Captain Norwood's claims for clothing Jonathan White Joseph Howell Requests musters of Rawling's Regiment. A great many drafted into the Line during a period for which there are no musters. Asks for a set of enlistments; is doubtful that Captain Norwood can prove that articles of clothing charged were purchased by him.
January 12, 1787 Request for response on Colonel Harmer's account Major Erkuries Beatty Joseph Howell Beatty had written an earlier letter to Howell asking for a prompt response on Colonel Harmer's account and has yet to receive a reply.
January 18, 1787 Account of Colonel Harmar John Pierce Major Erkuries Beatty Informs Beatty that the most efficient method of settling Colonel Harmar's account is by a settlement with the Corps in which all of Harmar's vouchers are available and in which he is given credit for all his payments.
June 30, 1788 Settlement of Colonel Woods accounts Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Will endeavor to have a copy of all accounts of Colonel Wood prepared. Not in his powers to close the accounts without Colonel Bayard's vouchers.
February 26, 1793 Payment to Colonel Benjamin Holden Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $434.16 to Colonel Benjamin Holden of Massachusetts Line in Colonel Hutchinson's Regiment.
January 6, 1789 Case between Jonathan Polhemus and Colonel Ogden Joseph Howell Jonathan Polhemus The accounts Polhemus alludes to Colonel Conway says are respecting stoppages made from the men in 1776 of the 1st Regiment, which Howell supposes to have been received by Colonel Ogden.
April 23, 1787 Request for Colonel Baylor's accounts John Pierce Joseph Howell Requests Colonel Baylor's papers respecting his accounts to be sent by next post. Pierce arrived in Richmond in perfect health this evening.
May 26, 1796 Request of Colonel Dekeyser William Simmons William Grove Discusses the request of a Colonel Dekeyser for accounting information and his reasons for denying the Colonel's request.
August 2, 1799 Paymaster Accounts William Simmons Caleb Swan Accounts of paymasters and their debits. Lists payments for regiments as well as their commanding officers. Has furnished instructions relative to duties.
November 14, 1794 Substantiating Charges Against Colonel Butler Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Howell "The post has brought me the three receipts enclosed with the money to Colonel Butler. I send you one of them to substantiate the charge against him in your affair."
August 3, 1798 Will Colonel Talmage Take a Regiment? Alexander Hamilton Uriah Tracy Hamilton regrets that the post of Adjutant General is occupied by William North but urges Colonel Talmage instead to consent to lead a Regiment.
April 16, 1784 Settlement of the accounts of French officers John Pierce Robert Morris Discusses the settlement of the accounts of French officers in the American Army.
April 12, 1794 Balance Due Colonel Butler Butler Joseph Howell Colonel Willis to receive balance due Colonel Butler as his proxy.