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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 7, 1786 General correspondence Doctor Joseph Savage Thomas Parker Doctor Savage writes Doctor Parker on various matters, including service.
September 10, 1792 Assignment of Doctor Thomas Fairly Henry Knox [not available] Doctor Thomas Fairly assigned to service in Georgia to remain with troops.
February 11, 1801 Doctor Thomas' Accounts Have Been Sent for Examination William Simmons Thomas Turner Accounts of Dr. Philip Thomas have been sent for examination to Turner's office
January 7, 1800 Certification of payment; Doctor Thomas Sim, for medicine furnished and attendance on the recruits in Captain Henry Pierceís Company William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $50 to Doctor Thomas Sim, for medicine furnished and attendance on the recruits in Captain Henry Pierceís Company. agreeably to report of Doctors Gillaspy and Strong.
July 9, 1787 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Dr. Thomas Bond Letter to Doctor Thomas Bond from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General.
February 22, 1793 Account of Doctor Hutchinson Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Dr. Thomas Hutchinson has informed Howell that he has settled his account with Mr. Britt through August 1, 1792 and received a balance of $45. Lest there be a mistake, Howell has enclosed a copy of the account as settled by him in October, the balance of which has been paid to the doctor's attorney.
February 14, 1801 Certification of payment; Doctor Philip Thomas, for medicines furnished and attendance on recruits stationed at Frederick Town Maryland William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $93.60 to Doctor Philip Thomas, for medicines furnished and attendance on recruits stationed at Frederick Town Maryland.
June 13, 1786 Letter Citation Thomas Parker Doctor Joseph Savage Cited in Savage to Parker, 07/07/1786.
May 9, 1788 Certificates John Pierce Dr. Thomas Bond Encloses an extract of a letter from Andrew Dunscomb respecting certificates
June 2, 1800 Certification of payment; Doctor Thomas Welsh for services as surgeonís mate attending the sick of Captain Lemuel Gateís company of Artillerists and Engineers at Boston, Charleston, and Fort Independence William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $570.26 to Doctor Thomas Welsh for services as surgeonís mate attending the sick of Captain Lemuel Gateís company of Artillerists and Engineers at Boston, Charleston, and Fort Independence
August 2, 1787 Mr. Pierce's request regarding Doctor Bond Joseph Howell Edward Williams Mr. Pierce says Doctor Bond has requested attention to claim of Doctor David Gould, who is charged with 2400 pounds. Information is sent for Williams' government.
November 6, 1797 Recommendation of Doctor Balfour Captain Thomas Truxtun James McHenry Truxton reaffirms his recommendation of Doctor Balfour for the position of Surgeon on the frigate "Constellation." He notes that he has received a letter from General Wilkinson who also speaks of Balfour as an officer of professional skill, honor, and strong sensibility.
January 31, 1801 Certification of payment; Doctor Joseph Strong, for medicines furnished and attendance on recruits under Major Thomas Cushing William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $40 to Doctor Joseph Strong, for medicines furnished and attendance on recruits under Major Thomas Cushing, seven miles from Philadelphia, in the yellow fever of 1798, and for expenses while detained by summons by Judge Advocate as witness in Court Martial.
April 2, 1789 Order for payment from James Wilkinson James Wilkinson Colonel Patterson Orders to pay doctor for services.
October 8, 1787 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with Doctor Thomas Bond Joseph Howell Dr. Thomas Bond Joseph Howell issues a pay certificate to Thomas Bond.
May 11, 1784 Inability to certify a doctor's pay John Pierce Charles McKnight John Pierce encloses a letter to Doctor McKnight indicating his inability to certify the doctor's pay for 1781.
July 8, 1786 Affidavit of Doctor Joseph Savage John S. Woodcock Unknown Recipient Woodcock testifies that Doctor Joseph Savage swore under oath his previous service in the Army.
June 25, 1794 Financial and business matters Thomas Porter David Henley Will write to Captain Mackay. Hopes Henley will recover from bad health. Not heard from Doctor Walton. Was tired of waiting on Mr. White. Request Mr Magill for suit against Henshaw. Discusses bond.
June 22, 1784 Request for certificates Isaac Ledyard John Pierce Doctor Issac Ledyard sends a request for certificates to the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General.
May 14, 1800 Inquiry for more information on accounts and billing William Simmons Josias Carvel Hall Inquires about a bill from Doctor Sappington claiming attendance on the sick, and notes that there is no certificate. Also asks about Doctor Hamilton's bill for services. Requests more information on services.
July 19, 1786 Certification in favor of Dr. Savage John Nevill [not available] Certifies that Doctor Joseph Savage was a surgeon's mate in the 4th Virginia Regiment.
June 11, 1790 On the petition of Doctor Hosmer Joseph Howell Henry Knox The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes the War Secretary on the petition of Doctor Timothy Hosmer of Connecticut.
September 21, 1799 Adjusting Doctor Coffin's Account William Simmons Alexander Hamilton "I have received your letter dated the 18th instant enclosing the account of Doctor Coffin. As soon as that officer arrives, every facility will be given to the adjustment of them, as you have requested."
August 27, 1796 Transportation of Stores Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Notification that stores of various types transported to Pittsburgh of Doctor [Fiffer]. Discussed cost and payment of transportation.
January 31, 1801 Certification of payment; Doctor Gillaspy and Doctor Strong for reporting and examining accounts of physicians who were employed in the service of the United States William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $48 to Doctor Gillaspy and Doctor Strong for reporting and examining accounts of physicians who were employed in the service of the United States