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October 18, 1797 Notification of Forwarded Sundry Receipts of Posts Saint Tammany & Pickering John Habersham Constant Freeman Submission of receipts from posts Saint Tammany and Pickering received and approved by H. McCall. Details of the receipts included.
May 9, 1797 Compensation of Captain A. Y. Nicholl William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $385 is due Captain A. Y. Nicholl, the sum allowed him by the Secretary of War for performing the duty of Surgeon to a detachment of regular troops at Fort Tammany in Georgia from October 15, 1792 to December 31, 1795.
January 17, 1800 Certification of payment; James Seagrove, for rent of grounds for buildings at Colerain, Fort Tammany, and Point Petre on St. Mary’s River, Georgia William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $2578.91 to James Seagrove, for rent of grounds for buildings at Colerain, Fort Tammany, and Point Petre on St. Mary’s River, Georgia, occupied by miltia as stores and garrisons, and whereon fortifications have been erected.
July 2, 1798 Certification of payments; Private David Corker, deceased William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $24.50 is due the estate of Private David Corker, late of the detachment of Lt. A. Y. Nicholl at Fort St. Tammany, being the balance of pay due him from November 1, 1792 to July 5, 1793, the date of his death.
May 9, 1797 Pay for acting as regimental surgeon William Simmons Captain A. Y. Nicholl Notification that his account for pay for acting as surgeon to a detachment of Army troops at Fort St. Tammany in Georgia has been approved and that he will receive his pay from John Habersham, collector of customs at Savannah.
July 2, 1798 Certification of payments; Private John Stanley, deceased William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $49.60 is due the estate of Private John Stanley of the detachment commanded by Lt. A. Y. Nicholl at Fort St. Tammany, being the balance of pay due him from November 1, 1792 to March 6, 1794, the date of his death.
July 9, 1798 Proposal for Improving Defenses at Newport, Rhode Island William Littlefield James McHenry Contains plans and cost estimates for improving the defenses of Newport, Rhode Island. These include mounting additional cannon at Fort Wolcott and sending cannon "for the use of the citizens." Also recommends two additional forts, one at Brenton Point and one on Tammany Hill; for the purpose of building these forts, requests the sending of engineers to Newport.
December 12, 1796 Pay for Giradeau's Troops Constant Freeman William Simmons Freeman discusses the pay due to Capt. Giradeau's troop of dragoons.
June 14, 1793 Requests Clothing to be Sent to Georgia John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Requests immediate delivery of clothing for troops in Georgia under the command of Major Henry Gaither. Lists forts and numbers needed. Requests 3 pairs of linen and one pair of woolen overalls for each suit.
July 29, 1796 Request for Information on Pay of Soldiers Constant Freeman William Simmons Freeman requested information on Christopher Keppard, of Porteis Company, 9th battalion of artillery, discharged from Fort Wayne and John White of Peine's company of the same corps. Requested information on payment of soldiers for apprehending deserters. Mr. Whitney, Conductor of Military Stores at Fort Fidius made paymaster by Freeman due to sickness of Ensign McCall.
August 8, 1795 Muster Roll with details and enclosure Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Letter, discusses muster and pay rolls for June and July which he is transmitting, as well as a duplicate of his letter of the twenty third of July.
April 30, 1798 Perfect State of Peace & Friendship with the Indians, Etc. Henry Gaither Samuel Hodgdon Gaither assures Hodgdon that he is in a perfect state of peace and friendship with the Indians and has the honor of being in command of the frontier. Enclosed is a return of the clothing needed in his command. The infantry clothing for Ensign Thompson at Fort James should, if possible, be forwarded to Captain Nicoll at Fort St. Tammany on the St. Marys River and, if not, to John Habersham at...
January 1, 1797 Account Current No. 12 Enclosed (Duplicate) Constant Freeman William Simmons DUPLICATE: account No. 12 enclosed with vouchers. Troops paid. Supplies so low that it was impossible for officers to supply themselves with provisions.
April 13, 1797 Clothing & Equipment for the Troops in Georgia James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon The infantry clothing and cavalry clothing & equipment for the troops in Georgia should be transported by water to Major John Habersham in Savannah. It will then be forwarded to Captain Henry Gaither at Fort Fidius. The artillery clothing is to be sent to Captain Abimael Nicoll at Fort St. Tammany in St. Marys.
December 17, 1796 Accounts of Hugh McCall Hugh McCall William Simmons Freeman submits the accounts of Ensign Hugh McCall, paymaster.
October 18, 1796 Request for Efficient Route of Remittance Constant Freeman William Simmons Freeman unable to go to Charleston to pick up money for pay due to tedious tasks. Unable to provide a more efficient route for remittance to be delivered than current route via Charleston. ILLEGIBLE TEXT FOLLOWS.
August 18, 1796 Charges Against Captain Eaton, Etc. Henry Gaither Samuel Hodgdon Gaither observes that the soldiers are healthy and living in peace and friendship with their Indian neighbors but that is not true of the officers' relations with each other. He wants a copy of the ordnance and public stores shipped to the frontier for the use of the troops in the care of Captain Eaton who is on trial as a result of charges against him by another officer.
April 30, 1793 Letter from James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent, to Henry Knox Secretary at War regards aftermath of robber and murder at Traders Hill on St Marys James Seagrove Henry Knox Seagrove reports that he has received notification that Chiefs of Creek Nation will comply with demands to hand over the perpetrators and hostages. Seagrove is embarrassed by the lack of a secure jail facility; and Fort St. Tammany [on the St. Mary river] is no more secure. Previous Indian captives have escaped. Reports that interpreter Mr. Bryant has returned from a visit with the Simonolas...
February 27, 1796 Account Current for Ensign Hugh McCall, Paymaster at Fort Pickering Hugh McCall William Simmons A three-page listing of the accounts of Ensign Hugh McCall, paymaster.
December 19, 1796 State of Ensign McCall's Account, Etc. Constant Freeman William Simmons Freeman informs Simmons of the state of Ensign McCall's account as well as that of Colonel Pope whose men will be paid as soon as Freeman can find time to see him. There is a question regarding whether the militia cavalry is allowed pay for more than one horse.
January 16, 1796 State of the Fortifications of the United States. Timothy Pickering [not available] Updates on the progress made to building fortifications from Maine to Georgia, with a summary for each location and and estimate for cost to complete each.
March 17, 1793 Alarming & Melancholy Account of Creek Depredations James Seagrove Henry Knox Seagrove provides a detailed account of depredations apparently committed by renegade Lower Creeks.
July 26, 1797 Statement of Powder at Various Places Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Statement of the quantity of powder at various places.
April 1, 1797 Statement of Brass Cannons and Carriages Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Statement of brass cannons and carriages on books of intendant of stores
February 10, 1798 Contract price of rations for 1797 and 1798 R. J. Heath William Simmons Contract prices of rations Fort Fayette, Fort Massac, Fort Knox, Michilamackanac, Fort Wayne.