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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 23, 1795 Pay of Lott Curtis, deceased soldier of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $16.67 is due the estate of Lott Curtis, late a soldier of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery, being the balance of his pay to the time of his death, payable to Caleb Strong esquire, attorney to Vinson Curtis, administrator of estate.
May 3, 1790 Report on the petition of the Curtis's Joseph Howell Henry Knox Report on the petition of Elijah and Sarah Curtis on behalf of the children of the late Capt. Robert Lewis of the Connecticut line.
February 12, 1787 Pay Request David Adkins John Pierce Notarized statement from Adkins stating that he wants the balance of his Army pay given to Lyman Curtis.
February 27, 1801 Certification of payment; Ephraim Curtis, Charlestown New Hampshire for quartermaster, hospital supplies, expenditures for recruits of 16th Regiment at same place William Simmons [not available] Certification of payment; $161.01 to Ephraim Curtis, Charlestown, New Hampshire for quartermaster, hospital supplies, expenditures for recruits of 16th Regiment at same place.
January 17, 1792 Claims for Land George Moore Unknown Recipient List of land claimants, provided by George Moore.
April 20, 1790 Investigating various claims Caleb Swan Joseph Howell The chief clerk of the War Department informs the Commissioner of Army Accounts that Secretary Knox wants the claims of four different soldiers and officers investigated; encloses papers and petitions for each claimant.
August 3, 1798 Request for Information on Enclosed List of Officers Alexander Hamilton Unknown Recipient Hamiliton requested recipient (possibly McHenry) offer his opinions on list of officers enclosed.
January 20, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney George Moore John Moore Assignment and Power of Attorney for George Moore; Moore is making his son, John, attorney, to take out warrants specified in the document.
July 24, 1789 Certification for entitled land John Nicholson Unknown Recipient Certifies that George Francis was a sergeant in the 1st Pennsylvania Regiment is entitled to lands. Francis was discharged from service at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War. Francis places his signature on the document.
December 15, 1797 Supply Order for Tench Francis James McHenry John Harris Order for armaments and ammunition to be delivered to Tench Francis, Purveyor.
December 27, 1794 Money for Tench Francis Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue writes that Tench Francis requires $35,000 cash for various government expenditures.
March 29, 1797 Permission for Tench Francis to Examine Cannon Balls John Stagg John Harris The Secretary of War wants Harris to permit Mr. Francis to examine and prove whatever number of iron cannon balls Francis thinks proper. He wants a number of them for a particular use and, if these answer, an order should be given for their delivery.
December 9, 1800 Settlement account of Tench Francis William Simmons Thomas W. Francis Settling account of Tench Francis, delayed due to the fire in the War Department
April 10, 1792 Account of Francis Bevier Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Account of Francis Bevier, surgeon's mate in the 7th Massachusetts Regiment, for pay.
September 9, 1797 Letter Citation Tench Francis Unknown Recipient Cited in Unknown to Francis 09/14/1797
June 17, 1797 Delivery of Items Wanting Repair to Tench Francis James McHenry John Harris McHenry asks Harris to deliver to the Purveyor for the Naval Service, Tench Francis, articles to be repaired and returned to the store when repairs are completed.
July 25, 1797 Junk and Old Copper to Tench Francis James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver to Tench Francis such quantities of junk and old copper deposited by him in the public store as he may occasionally want for the use of the frigate "United States."
January 1, 1795 Estimates from T. Francis Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton Notification of receipt of T. Francis estimates (for the fortification the port of Philadelphia). If the need for supplies is urgent, Francis believed import of goods from Great Britain and Ireland on credit would be a sufficient choice.
March 10, 1797 Forty Tons of Lead to Tench Francis James McHenry John Harris "Please deliver Mr. Francis, the Purveyor, forty tons of lead."
August 6, 1799 Reports Interaction with Tench Francis about Simmons's Character James McHenry William Simmons Encloses letter to Tench Francis regarding unfavorable opinion of Simmons's character. Questions idea of an assistant purveyor.
March 30, 1797 Cannon Ball and Shells for the Dey of Algiers James McHenry John Harris Harris is ordered to deliver to Tench Francis, the Purveyor, as many of the cannon balls and shells as Francis thinks will be needed to supply the Dey of Algiers.
June 24, 1800 Settle Previous Account between Tench Francis and John Ketland concerning Gunlocks Purveyor's Office Samuel Hodgdon Encloses letter from the late Tench Francis to the late John Ketland, and an invoice regarding imported gunlocks on orders from Francis. Clerk Mr. Govett confirms Mr. Ketland's statement.
July 9, 1792 Account of Francis Schreinemacher Joseph Howell [not available] Account of Francis Schreinemacher, late Sergeant Major of Paluski's Legion.
March 8, 1798 Request for Issue & Sale of Shot and Grapeshot to Ship Owners; Response as to Payment James McHenry John Harris Directs issue and sale of shot and grapeshot to Willings & Francis, 2 owners of a ship, with postscript from Willings & Francis.
August 3, 1797 Certification of payment; pay of Francis Mentges William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $62 is due Francis Mentges, Inspector of the Troops and Garrisons of the US, being his pay for July 1797.