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November 1, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Doctor Allison William Simmons Richard Allison William Simmons informs Doctor Allison that his pay was sent to his attorney, Matthew Earnest.
May 19, 1797 Dr. Allison's account William Simmons Caleb Swan Requests that Swan review and verify the pay account of Dr. Allison so that Simmons can complete a settlement with him.
July 24, 1797 Financial affairs at Army Headquarters William Simmons Caleb Swan Acknowledges receipt of Major Jonathan Cass's "account current." Mentions the recruiting service. Requests a muster roll. Discusses the accounting of pay and subsistence due to Doctor Allison and advances by Swan to Allison for supplying the Hospital Department
August 7, 1791 Extract of Orders Given by St Clair Arthur St. Clair [not available] Appointment of Dr. Allison to Surgeon General until further orders received.
August 5, 1793 Pay of Matthew Ernest Richard Allison Joseph Howell Dr. Allison requests of Howell that the sum of $275.68 be paid to Matthew Ernest, being the amount of the annexed account for Allison's extra pay as Surgeon General .
January 27, 1796 Names of Sick Officers John Mills Richard Allison Mills sends the names of the officers who reported sick this morning.
October 23, 1790 General Orders: Conduct of Brigade Major Ormsby Josiah Harmar [not available] Harmar recognizes the conduct of Brigade Major Ormsby, in rallying a party of militia and firing upon savages, whereby he destroyed several of them and expresses his thanks. Although they have been galled, the enemy may hover about the encampment. Cautions to maintain vigilance. Wounded militia to be collected in one place, where Doctor Allison and Doctor Carmichael will attend and dress them....
August 30, 1797 Request for Stoppage of Payment Richard Allison William Simmons R. Allison requested a stoppage to the payment of his account due to a misunderstanding regarding the power of attorney given to Matthew Ernest. Allison requested a certificate of the stoppage in order to settle accounts with the paymaster general.
July 25, 1797 Account of Richard Allison, surgeon at Fort Washington William Simmons Richard Allison William Simmons sends Allison's "account current" and informs Allison that he is holding $1031.20 pay, based on an examination by Caleb Swan, Paymaster General, until Allison produces wanted vouchers. Cited in Allison to Simmons, 08/30/1797.
January 27, 1797 Request for overdue vouchers William Simmons David Allison Requests that Allison send in overdue vouchers that Simmons needs to complete the settlement of Allison's account
August 5, 1793 Accounts of Dr. Allison and Matthew Ernest Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan encloses to Howell the accounts of Dr. Richard Allison and Matthew Ernest. Dr. Allison desires that his subsistence be allowed under his present appointment and that $16 forage be sent to him each month.
July 7, 1786 General correspondence Doctor Joseph Savage Thomas Parker Doctor Savage writes Doctor Parker on various matters, including service.
July 3, 1797 Error in the Pay of Dr. Allison Caleb Swan William Simmons Swan is returning Dr. Allison's account wih observations regarding the discovery that he has been paid $200 more than was his due.
August 11, 1795 Cited letter or document, David Allison to William Simmons David Allison William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Allison 09/01/1795
November 24, 1792 $1500 Bond for Mr. Allison R.J. Vandenbrock Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Allison has executed a bond with security for $1500 to be advanced by Hodgdon to him on account of the Quartermaster's department. The Secretary of the Treasury has made out a warrant for this sum in Hodgdon's favor.
September 1, 1795 Regarding certain claims William Simmons David Allison Informs David Allison that his claims require further explanation.
October 20, 1797 Certification of payments due; account of Richard Allison William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $282.46 is due Richard Allison, late Surgeon General, being the balance of his account current, including six months pay and subsistence allowed by the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797.
November 13, 1795 Pay of Captain Tinsley, Ensign Allison, & Their Men William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $274.68 is due Captain Samuel Tinsley, Ensign Samuel Allison, and the men under Captain Tinsley's command, being his and their pay for October 1795.
October 18, 1797 Account of Richard Allison John Steele William Simmons The Auditor has designated the sum of $827.54 to be paid to Richard Allison, Surgeon General of the Army of the US, being for the sundry purchases made by him, and for the salaries of the storekeeper and nurses employed at the hospital at Fort Washington, from 16 August 1793 to 28 August 1795.
November 27, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons David Henley Simmons asks Henley to provide further information regarding the accounts of Mr. Allison.
July 2, 1789 Doughty introduces Allison to Knox John Doughty Henry Knox Letter, recommends bearer.
January 2, 1796 Pay Relinquished by David Henley, Agent of the War Department William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $30 is due David Henley, Agent of the War Department, being the part of his pay relinquished quarterly to the Reverend Burgiss Allison from October to December 1795.
January 17, 1800 Receipt of letter and forwarding of letter to Henley’s son William Simmons David Henley Forwarded letter to Henley's son. Mr. Allison reports that son is better than he had been for many months before.
May 10, 1793 Governor Blount's Letters in Hand Henry Knox Tobias Lear "Mr. Allison has just arrived from Governor Blount with the enclosed letters. He says he thinks the Governor may be here in about three weeks."
November 4, 1790 General Orders to Kentucky and Pennsylvania militia Josiah Harmar [not available] Harmar says the order and regularity of the militia on their return to the Ohio River was highly commendable. Notwithstanding losses, notes the destruction of corn and vegetables, and killing of 100 warriors. Militia from Kentucky to receive pay until 10th instant, then draw provisions and march home. General returns thanks to every officer and private for good conduct, and discharges them with...