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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 11, 1797 Accounts of David Henley David Henley James McHenry Henley discusses his accounts and apologizes for the tardiness of their transmission but the Quartermaster and Commanding General have kept him occupied with additional duties.
November 2, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with David Henley William Simmons David Henley William Simmons forwards sundry letters to David Henley. Simmons asks Henley to furnish the necessary addresses.
April 4, 1798 Funds for the Recruiting Service David Henley James McHenry Agent Henley requests a Bill of Exchange for $1000 to be paid to Robert Preston for value received in specie from King J. Crozier, which sum is to be applied to the recruiting service and for which Henley holds himself responsible.
May 17, 1797 Estimate of Stores Required by David Henley Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Estimate of stores required by David Henley, an agent of the War Department.
February 28, 1798 Receipt of Samuel Henley Samuel Henley William Simmons Payment made to Henley did not cover cost of subsistence. Recounted details of expenses accrued and how they were submitted. Request Henley be paid for subsistence that he justly earned.
May 21, 1799 Samuel Henley's Account James McHenry William Simmons Mr. Samuel Henley's account as Conductor of Military Stores should be settled upon the principle of compensation that has been previously admitted. Henley cannot proceed to join the Army without his pay.
April 30, 1800 Money Owed David Henley William Simmons Henley financed personal property to repay Thomas Lee money owed him by government. Henley requests money to settle accounts. Henley is willing to make over his property in Alexandria to the government in order to be free of the mortgage.
December 27, 1797 Letter Citation David Henley William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Henley, 01/26/1798.William Simmons explains to David Henley the authority of his position as well as how to enforce his accounting demands through the chain of command.
December 1, 1800 Simmons Requesting that Henley Forward Papers Relating to Johnson's Expedition William Simmons David Henley Simmons is notifying Henley that the militia of Johnson's expedition must be settled agreeably to the provisions of law, and thus requests that Henley forward to Simmons the muster and payrolls as well as any other documents in his possession which establish that payment should be authorized.
April 24, 1796 "Indian Curiosities," Etc. David Henley William Simmons CITATION only. Simmons to Henley 06/11/1796 [Notes receipt of vouchers. Notifies Henley that the money to cover his estimates will be forwarded as soon as available. Mentions receipt of a bag of "Indian curiosities" destined for a Mr. Dunsmore.]
September 19, 1786 Final settlement certificate to David Henley and Otis Henley Benjamin Walker [not available] Final settlement certificate by Benjamin Walker to Otis Henley and certificate to David Henley from Joseph Howell.
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.
July 11, 1797 David Henley's Receipt William P. Smith William Simmons Enclosed is David Henley's receipt for the sum of money that was delivered to Ensign Smith to forward to Henley.
January 2, 1797 Settlers on the Indian Lands David Henley James McHenry CITATION Only. Cited in McHenry to Henley, 02/10/1797 in which McHenry directs Henley to send spies among the whites who have illegally settled on Indian lands. Also discusses Army affairs in Tennessee
May 20, 1794 Letter Citation David Henley James King Cited in King to Henley, 07/27/1794; Rickard to Henley, 07/20/1794.
August 6, 1800 Letter from David Henley to William Simmons regarding entries for month of June 1800 David Henley William Simmons Henley informs Simmons that he is forwarding a copy of the orginal entries of his office.
April 16, 1795 Payment of David Henley William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $30 is owed David Henley for the quarterly pay that was due March 31st 1795.
May 24, 1799 Certification of payment; Samuel Henley William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $146.45 to Samuel Henley for pay and subsistence.
November 2, 1797 Request to deliver several letters William Simmons David Henley Simmons asks Henley to deliver a number of letters to different persons. If place of residence known, asks Henley to address the letters as well.
September 1, 1797 Inadmissible Account of William P. Smith William Simmons David Henley Simmons received letter from Henley on July 31 covering the account of Ensign Wiliam P. Smith in the amount of $60.00. It is inadmissible to the Office and therefore returned to Henley. Herewith Henley will receive an abstract of the Warrant from August 11th to 19th.
February 28, 1801 Simmons Confirming Receipt of Several Letters Sent by Henley William Simmons David Henley Simmons received Henley's letters of January 21st, February 4th, and February 11th as well as their accompanying accounts and vouchers.
January 27, 1800 Payments Made by Henley, 1800 David Henley William Simmons Abstract of payments made by David Henley, Agent of the Department of War, on account of the Army Department from 1st of January to the 31st day of December 1800. [Given the date of this document, "1800" probably should be "1799"]
March 19, 1799 Request to Pay Herbert, the Wagoner Samuel Hodgdon David Henley Reports that Herbert the wagoner is on his way back with a few loads of various stores, including those for Mr. Wright. Requests Henley to receive Herbert and credit his account. Hodgdon paid Herbert for his previous load. Henley's payment will allow Herbert to proceed without an advance.
October 28, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Samuel Henley William Simmons Samuel Henley William Simmons informs Samuel Henley that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
February 7, 1798 Claims Against Mr. Allison David Henley William Simmons Henley notes that he will forward Captain Rickard's accounts although he can find nothing unusual in them. It appears that Mr. Allison has used the money from the three schedules of discharges for other purposes than that for which they were intended. Smith, Evans, and HInds are the three claimants who are making this charge so Henley asks Simmons to render a judgement.