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March 22, 1796 Directing Talbot to take posession of Daniel Tingley's account books James McHenry Captain Silas Talbot McHenry directs Talbot to take possession of the deceased Daniel Tingley's books and oversee his duties until the wishes of Congress can be known.
May 4, 1795 Monthly Return Daniel Tingley Timothy Pickering Tingley informs Pickering that his letter contains the return for the month of April as well as the Constructor's receipt for what items Tingley has issued to him since Tingley assumed his office.
March 18, 1796 Appointing a new clerk of the yard after Tingley's death Captain Silas Talbot James McHenry Talbot informs McHenry of the orders Knox issued him eighteen months ago upon which he appointed Daniel Tingley as clerk of the yard. Tingley had recently taken ill and died that morning. Talbot wishes to know if McHenry wishes to appoint a new clerk or give someone at the yard directions to make the appointment.
August 4, 1795 Return for Logs Daniel Tingley Timothy Pickering Tingley writes Pickering to inform him that the oak and pine logs issued to the constructor have been sawed into planks and are ready for seasoning. Tingley also notes that he was not aware that the hogsheads of rum were under his jurisdiction, and will rectify this mistake along with any other omissions that may have resulted unintentionally.
May 30, 1795 Enclosed-Tingley's Return for the Month of May Daniel Tingley Timothy Pickering Tingley encloses his return for May along with the constructor's receipt for the articles issued to him for the use of the Naval Department. He also notes that the white oak logs have been sawed into four-inch plank, which are piled for seasoning.
December 28, 1794 Appointment of New York Clerk of the Yard Captain Silas Talbot Henry Knox Captain Talbot replies to Secretary Knox's letter of instructions and informs him of his choice of clerk of the yard for New York, Daniel Tingley. Talbot was in the city for the purpose of superintending the construction of the frigate. Also requests that Knox enclose the amount of all the timber which has hiterto been received in the yard. Finally, he encloses the return of the number and...
August 31, 1795 Details on Work at the New York Naval Yard Daniel Tingley Timothy Pickering Tingley, the Clerk of the New York Naval Yard, writes Pickering, the Interim Secretary of War, to provide him with a return for the past month and to provide him with a receipt for all the supplies being used by the site.
March 3, 1795 Recent Assumption of Duty as the Clerk of the Naval Yard Daniel Tingley Timothy Pickering Tingley states to Pickering that he has not made any return as of yet because he was only recently appointed Clerk of the naval yard; most of the business that the position is tasked with was accomplished prior to his assuming his position. He is enclosing an account of the supplies such as copper that are under his charge, and notes that he will be diligent in his duty and will report any...
1796 Officers appointed to build and equip frigates War Department [not available] List of officers appointed by the War Department to build and equip frigates at New York, Norfolk, and Portsmouth.
May 19, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Daniel DeSaussure William Simmons Daniel De Saussure William Simmons informs Daniel DeSaussure regarding an adjustment of his pay relative to Paul Perrault.
May 19, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Daniel Stevens William Simmons Daniel Stevens William Simmons informs Daniel Stevens of pay matters pertaining to Paul Perrault and Daniel DeSaussure.
November 10, 1798 Enclosed Receipts of Major Daniel Jackson Jonathan Jackson William Simmons Letter, encloses receipt of Major Daniel Jackson.
May 14, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Daniel DeSaussure William Simmons Daniel De Saussure William Simmons informs Daniel DeSaussure to expect to receive monies for mounting artillery at Charleston from Daniel Stevens.
May 23, 1798 Receipt for Daniel Bissell John Chester William Simmons Letter enclosing receipt of Lieutenant Daniel Bissell, made in conformity to Accountant's letter of May 14, 1798
May 14, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Daniel Stevens William Simmons Daniel Stevens William Simmons informs Daniel Stevens that he will receive money for payment to Daniel DeSaussure at Charleston.
July 2, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney Daniel Forbes Samuel Maus Power of attorney for Daniel McMullan and Daniel Forbes, late soldiers in a Pennsylvania Regiment.
February 12, 1796 Immediate Discharge for Daniel Downey due to Disability Stephen Rochefontaine William Simmons Immediate discharge of Daniel Downey requested, along with the paperwork for the discharge of Daniel Moses. Comments on Jordan Kersey, a man of color, enlisted in the corps of artillerists who was not allowed to march in ranks or wear the same uniform and his fellow soldiers.
December 12, 1800 Payment to Major Daniel Bradley William Simmons Caleb Swan Encloses statement of balance due Major Daniel Bradley.
March 18, 1794 Account of Daniel Burchet Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Daniel Burchet, late private in the 1st Regiment of Dragoons.
July 13, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Daniel Stevens William Simmons Daniel Stevens William Simmons confirms receipt of records sent by Daniel Stevens. Stevens sent the receipts of Daniel DeSassure to Simmons.
July 5, 1793 Account of Daniel De Benneville Accountants Office, War Department Unknown Recipient Certification of pay and service for Daniel De Benneville, late Sergeant in the 13th Virginia Regiment.
October 31, 1797 Receipt Transmitted, Cancelled Habersham to Daniel Stevens John Habersham Constant Freeman Habersham sends a receipt of money paid Captain A. Y. Nicoll, which cancels Habersham's to Daniel Stevens.
August 13, 1798 Certification of payments; compensation of Lieutenant Daniel Bissell Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $116.31 is due Lieutenant Daniel Bissell of the 1st Regiment for his pay and subsistence for May through July 1798.
September 16, 1795 Pay of Captain Daniel Tilton William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $320.00 is due Captain Daniel Tilton being his pay from January through August 1795.
September 13, 1794 Money Remitted to Me Daniel DeSaussure Joseph Howell DeSaussure has received from Daniel Stevens $2000 for which he has provided duplicate receipts.