Viewing 1–25 of 48 documents: "Dan Tillinghast"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 30, 1800 Acknowledged Receipt in Absence of Accountant Peter Hagner George Tillinghast Hagner acknowledged receipt of letter from Tillinghast for Simmons who was absent from the War department. Delay in response due to move of office from Philadelphia to Washington. Mr. Boss's accounts settled, balance paid to him was done so a long time ago. Payment was for overdrawn rations by Tillinghast, Tillinghast to have sum deducted from pay.
April 16, 1800 Overdrawn Rations in Error William Simmons George Tillinghast Simmons noted that Darling drew double rations in error and compared Darlings' privileges to Tillinghast. Simmons charged Tillinghast with overdrawing rations in the sum of $111.60 which was owed the Pay Master General.
April 27, 1800 Letter Citation George Tillinghast Peter Hagner Cited in Hagner to Tillinghast, 06/30/1800.
April 15, 1800 Letter Citation George Tillinghast William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Tillinghast, 04/16/1800.
March 6, 1800 Inquiry on Additional Rations William Simmons George Tillinghast Simmons recounted Tillinghast's overdrawn rations and reminded him of his allotted amount. Simmons notified Tillinghast he will be held accountable at contractor price for the rations he withdrew. Simmons requested an answer to his assessment.
March 28, 1800 The Case of Capt. Tillinghast Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice As with the case of Capt. George Tillinghast, officers should apply to Hamilton through their commandant whose comments will then help him to ascertain the proper response to each case. Noted it was desirable for officers to be with regiments in May which was a proper time of year for the improvement in exercise.
November 1, 1799 Citation Only George Tillinghast William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Tillinghast, 11/08/1799.
November 22, 1792 Account and vouchers of Ensign John Tillinghast Joseph Howell Samuel Hodgdon Howell transmits to Samuel Hodgdon the account and vouchers of Ensign John Tillinghast for sundry expenses, and erecting a public blockhouse.
November 8, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons George Tillinghast Simmons directs Tillinghast to submit his accounts to the Paymaster General.
July 6, 1794 Request for Information on Promotion to Capt. and Closure of Accounts John Tillinghast Joseph Howell Request for verdict on whether Tillinghast will be allowed Captain's pay from the date he was promoted to the present. Hopes his accounts will be closed as quickly as possible, can provide any missing documents that are required to settle the account.
June 21, 1800 Letter to the Accountant of the War Department George Tillinghast Peter Hagner Letter from Captain George Tillinghast to Peter Hagner, War Department clerk. Citation only.
February 27, 1800 Rations Overdrawn, Deductions From Pay William Simmons George Tillinghast Settlement of account for contractor at New Port Rhode Island revealed Tillinghast overdrew rations not entitled to him by law. Amount overdrawn at contractor's price to be deducted from his pay by Paymaster general.
August 18, 1798 Receipts William Littlefield William Simmons Enclosed receipts for bounty paid, discharge papers, and pay vouchers.
December 9, 1800 Cited letter or document, Thomas Tillinghast to Daniel Jackson Thomas Tillinghast Daniel Jackson Letter, Citation only
April 27, 1792 Preparations at Marietta Jonathan Haskell Samuel Hodgdon It took seventeen days for Haskell to travel from Fort Washington to Marietta. He has applied to Major Craig for clothing but has not received any. Haskell's troops and those already at Marietta are in a wretched situation with respect to clothing and accoutrements. Ensign Tillinghast has been employed to erect a blockhouse which is not yet finished. Haskell has been at some expense in putting it...
April 26, 1799 RE Applications for Army Appoinments and Promotions George Tillinghast Alexander Hamilton Routine applications for Army appointments and promotions.
July 23, 1792 Return of public stores Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter to Secretary Knox. Directs public stores forwarded to West Point; discusses artillery field pieces. The artillery pieces were delivered to Colonel Tilinghast by order of General Sullivan during the expedition at Rhode Island in 1778. Permitting the artillery to them with this company will be productive of much good, as they take pride in exhibiting a martial appearance. With the...
April 25, 1791 Supplies for two companies Henry Knox Jeremiah Olney Knox informs Colonel Olney that he has directed clothing to be shipped from New York via Providence, Rhode Island, for two companies - one at Boston, and the other at Exeter, New Hampshire. Requests that Mr. Tillinghast, the contractor, be paid the freight from New York to Providence, and to forward them instantly to Boston, addressed to Stephen Bruce, merchant in Boston. Requests that Olney urge...
April 15, 1800 List of Officers Charged for Rations William Simmons Caleb Swan Simmons listed officers accountable for rations.
April 9, 1792 New Block House John Tillinghast Joseph Howell Hast informs Howell that he found it necessary, both for the necessary accomodation of his men and the strength of the works which were in a weak state, to erect a block house which he has done and for which he encloses the bills of expense. The house is the best and strongest which has been built on the grounds and when the public no longer needs it, will command a price more than the cost.
April 19, 1794 Error in Paymaster Turner's Account Edward D. Turner Joseph Howell Paymaster Turner discusses an error in his account for which he has not yet had time to identity the source.
July 14, 1792 Forwarding of public stores to West Point; request for information regarding field pieces. Henry Knox Jeremiah Olney Letter, in response to Olney's request, directs public stores forwarded to West Point by water, addressed to Captain George Fleming. Was not conscious of a considerable quantity being at Providence Rhode Island. Regarding the artillery pieces, asks by what means they came into possession of the artillery company under Colonel Tillinghast.
June 17, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Dexter Simmons authorizes Dexter to make payment to Major Lewis Tousard.
April 3, 1800 Letter Citation Timothy Darling William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Overing, 04/16/1800; Cited in Simmons to Danforth, 04/03/1800; Cited in Simmons to Darling, 04/16/1800; Cited in Simmons to Lovett, 04/16/1800; Cited in Simmons to Clarke, 04/16/1800; Cited in Simmons to Tillinghast, 04/16/1800.
July 16, 1793 Discussion of Return of Receipts for Military Stores Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, discusses return of receipts re military stores.