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May 12, 1800 Enclosed letter to Deputy Paymaster Caleb Swan William Simmons Caleb Swan, Army Paymaster General, encloses a copy of Major General Alexander Hamilton's letter to Captain Benjamin Williamson, Deputy Paymaster General of New York, in respect to regimental paymasters or agents.
September 12, 1787 Deputy Paymaster of the Southern Army John Pierce Nathaniel Pendleton Discusses Joseph Clay, the Deputy Paymaster to the Southern Army, and money which was lost, along with provisions and related acts of Congress; also mentions Treasury Board.
April 23, 1800 Tardy Report from the 12th Regiment Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice It appears that no report has been made by the Deputy Paymaster of the 12th Regiment respecting the clothing on hand. Therefore, the Paymaster is guilty of great neglect and ought to be made responsible.
August 11, 1797 New storekeeper and deputy pay master James McHenry David Henley Regarding Edward Wright, the new storekeeper and deputy paymaster. McHenry gives Henley permission to keep Mr. Hillis on staff.
February 18, 1784 Settlement of pay accounts F. De Brahm John Pierce De Brahm discusses the settlement of his pay account with the Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts.
August 10, 1799 Compensation of Samuel Vance James McHenry William Simmons Capt. Samuel C. Vance acted in the capacities of Deputy Paymaster and Deputy Quartermaster General on the recent expedition to Northhampton. Simmons should pay him for these extra duties according to established principles based on former cases that are similar.
August 25, 1797 Receipt of William Simmons warrant to Edward Wright for salary as deputy paymaster and stock keeper Tennessee Edward Wright Samuel Lewis Lieutenant Wright receive $250 from clerk Samuel Lewis on account of salary as deputy paymaster and storekeeper at Tennessee.
May 7, 1784 Report from Deputy Paymaster of the Main Army John Pierce Thomas Mifflin John Pierce sends a cover letter to the President of Congress that has enclosed a report from H. Whitmore, Deputy Paymaster of the Main Army, that indicates a discrepancy of 873 dollars.
September 15, 1786 Accounts of Harrison and Stockley John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter to the Board of Treasury respecting the accounts of Mr. Harrison (deputy paymaster in Virginia) and Lieutenant Charles Stockley, paymaster in the Line.
June 2, 1790 Abstracts of payments by William Blount Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Transmits to the Auditor of the Federal Treasury sundry abstracts of payments made by William Blount, the late Deputy Paymaster General of North Carolina.
August 19, 1797 Receipt of William Simmons warrant to Edward Wright for salary deputy paymaster and store keeper Tennessee Samuel Lewis William Simmons Lewis received $250 from Simmons which he will transmit to Edward Wright for salary as deputy paymaster and storekeeper in Tennessee.
September 12, 1787 Account of Joseph Clay John Pierce Nathaniel Pendleton Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding the account of Joseph Clay, deputy paymaster to the Southern Army.
May 6, 1790 Account of William Blount Joseph Howell Nicholas Eveleigh The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes the Comptroller of the Treasury Department that William Blount - late Deputy Paymaster of North Carolina - stands charged on the books of the Pay Office for $150,000.
August 14, 1799 Compensation of Samuel Vance James McHenry William Simmons Captain Samuel Vance acted as Deputy Paymaster and Deputy Quartermaster General during the late expedition to Northhampton, Pennsylvania. It should be an established principle that whenever an officer performs the duties of several officers he should be entitled to the emoluments of each.
February 27, 1798 Henley's examination of Captain Rickamís Account David Henley William Simmons Henley reports that he examined account of Captain William Rickard, who acted as Deputy Paymaster to the troops, and found he is due a balance of $686.60.
May 20, 1800 Dues of the Troops to be Disbanded Alexander Hamilton Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Hamilton asserts his sense of urgency respecting the necessity of ensuring that the disbanded troops are paid what they are owed by the Deputy Paymaster Generals within Pinckney's district.
September 8, 1800 Returned Account William Simmons Moses M Bates Simmons returned accounts of Bates with note from Mr. Swan stating that Bates should apply to the Deputy Paymaster General of New York, Benjamin Williamson, for settlement.
September 19, 1799 The Business of Paying the Troops Caleb Swan Alexander Hamilton Swan discusses his proposals for improving the process of paying the troops. The appointment of deputy paymasters to the various regions would help immensely as would the addition of regimental paymasters.
May 16, 1785 Secretary at War writes to Deputy Paymaster General Henry Knox Philip Audebert Henry Knox sends to Philip Audibert a letter discussing the stoppage of subsistence payment for Captain Oliver.
October 30, 1799 Staffing and Duties of the Office of the Paymaster General Alexander Hamilton Caleb Swan Hamilton explains his expectations regarding the staffing and duties of the office of the Paymaster General.
May 18, 1797 Regarding proof of payroll fraud James McHenry David Henley Directs for proof of payroll fraud by Captain James Gillespie. McHenry announces that he will procure a qualified person to fill the place of Deputy Paymaster and Storekeeper.
August 19, 1797 Filling the vacancy of deputy pay master and store keeper James McHenry William Simmons Informs the accountant of Edward Wright's appointment to the office of Deputy Pay Master and Store-keeper in Tennessee, with a salary of $600.
July 28, 1788 Concerning charges in the Pay Office books Jonathan Burrall Joseph Howell Discusses charges on the books of the Pay Office, relating to Major General Joseph Spencer and Peter Phillips.
December 12, 1788 Captain Taleaferro's account A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell Regarding Captain Taleaferro's account, notes a certificate signed by Benjamin Harrison Jr. as Deputy Paymaster General. Certify to Mr. Hopkins that the notes for Taleaferro's pay may be received.
February 25, 1801 Certification of payment; Captain Hugh McCall, Deputy Paymaster General, for payment of troops in South Carolina and Georgia William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $243.88 to Captain Hugh McCall, Deputy Paymaster General, for payment of troops in South Carolina and Georgia, and travel expenses from Fort Wilkinson to seat of government, by order of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Gaither.