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September 10, 1796 Transport to Oswego and Albany James McHenry Henry Glen Secretary of War James McHenry informs Henry Glen that Glen is responsible for providing the transportation of ninety troops to their post in western New York. Two thousand dollars will be remitted to Glen for this purpose.
June 24, 1799 RE Individual Officers and Soldiers Henry Glen Alexander Hamilton Routine correspondence concerning the appointment, transfer, promotion, discharge, desertion, leave, and assignment of individual officers and soldiers.
September 2, 1800 Settling Lieutenant Glen's Account, Etc. Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is the draft on General Wilkinson for $650, being the amount of Lieutenant's Glen's draft in his favor which was drawn on his father, Henry Glen. The bill has been remitted to Daniel Hale at Albany in order to have it accepted and paid. It was protested and Stevens has not been able to get it settled.
January 20, 1796 Regarding Henry Glen Charges for Storage William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Simmons reports that Henry Glen, member of congress from New York, sent charges to accountant's officer against United States for storage of military stores at his store at Schenectady, New York. Asks Hodgdon if articles are still in Glen's possession and what agreement has been made.
June 8, 1799 Refers to Accounts of Mr. Glen and His Public Statement Samuel Hodgdon William Simmons Refers to Mr. Glen's remarks on his account to the public pertaining to the advance made to Glen from Hodgdon. The Secretary of War believes that additional evidence is needed from Glen. Perhaps Simmons should peruse the accounts.
July 27, 1799 Seeks to Understand Account Discrepancies Samuel Hodgdon Henry Glen Cannot forward money that he cannot obtain until Glen's accounts are fully adjusted. Mr. Simmons cannot do anything with Glen's account without an explanation. Simmons plans a visit to go over accounts and make adjustments where the disbursements were made, to find the necessary additional information. Hodgdon requests that Glen not blame Hodgdon as he has done all in his power.
January 22, 1796 Account of Henry Glen William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $22 is due Henry Glen, being the amount of his account for storing shells and cannon balls in Schenectady from June through December 1795.
July 30, 1800 Letter Citation Henry Glen Peter Hagner Cited in Hagner to Glen, 08/13/1800.
May 27, 1799 Citation Only Henry Glen James McHenry Enclosed in Glen to Hamilton, 06/24/1799.
June 8, 1799 Citation Only James McHenry Henry Glen Enclosed in Glen to Hamilton, 06/24/1799.
February 25, 1799 Suggests Warrant for Mr. Glen's Disbursement Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Has examined accounts and vouchers of Mr. Glen to present information to Accountant for adjustment. Refers to other charges under Mr. Glen's responsibility. Suggests issuing a warrant in his favor to obtain vouchers for a full adjustment of his disbursement.
June 27, 1800 Obliged to pay the enclosed certificate... Henry Glen Samuel Hodgdon Glen is obliged to pay a certificate for which he feels the War Department should be responsible.
February 28, 1799 Certification of payments; Henry Glen for storing shells, cannon balls in town of Schenectady, New York William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $13.19 to Henry Glen for storing shells, cannon balls in town of Schenectady, New York.
September 12, 1799 Mr. Glen's Account Samuel Hodgdon David Tomlinson ` Responding to Tomlinson's inquiry to the Secretary of War, Hodgdon discusses the facts relative to the account of Mr. Glen.
July 3, 1800 Warrant Issued Never Picked Up William Simmons Tobias V Cuyler Claim presented by Mr. Glen at the Office, Warrant issued in his favor by Treasurer, but Glen never picked up warrant.
March 31, 1798 Explanation from Mr. Glen Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon notes that Mr. Glen's explanation is enclosed so a decision will be required from McHenry.
January 20, 1796 Charges by Henry Glen for Storage William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Concerning a charge that U.S. Congressman Henry Glen of New York made against the United States for storing military stores.
May 25, 1798 Rendering My Quarterly Accounts Samuel Hodgdon Henry Glen Hodgdon is completing his quarterly accounts so he asks Glen to forward his account with the expenditures for his advances.
February 4, 1795 Delivery of a Land Warrant Richard Lush Timothy Pickering Richard Lush requests from Pickering - interim Secretary of War - the delivery of a land warrant to Henry Glen for 100 acres of land.
May 19, 1796 Deliver Three Three-Handed Boats from Schenectady to Jacob S. Glen James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon McHenry orders Hodgdon to deliver three three-handed boats to Jacob S. Glen.
August 20, 1799 Seeks to Provide Payment upon Receipt of Vouchers Samuel Hodgdon Henry Glen Reports endorsement of accountant for Glen's transportation of troops to Oswego. Vouchers must be submitted to the proper officers. Requests information to prevent an embarrassing procrastination of payment.
July 8, 1799 Seeks to Settle Accounts Samuel Hodgdon Henry Glen Apologizes for inconveniences with public accounts. Had adjusted Glen's accounts with his own, which has produced some difficulty in separating the two. Mr. Simmons will be in town and will try to gather the necessary information while he is there. Will advise on any progress made. The medical and hospital stores have not yet arrived.
August 13, 1800 Vouchers Required to Settle Accounts Peter Hagner Henry Glen No further advances to be made without settlement of existing accounts. To settle the accounts, vouchers required. Subject of letter from Glen to be dealt with by Simmons upon his return.
January 11, 1798 Offering Myself for a Staff Appointment John V. Glen Alexander Hamilton Because the climate of the Mississippi does not agree with him, Glen would like to return to the Atlantic states and offer himself for a position on Hamilton's staff.
August 21, 1799 Requests Report for Quartermaster Accounts Samuel Hodgdon William Simmons Is grateful for the prompt response to his previous letter and accounts. Requests report for Quartermaster accounts, as he wishes to settle with the Quartermaster General. Expresses fear of fever and wonders if it would be better to credit Hodgdon's account and debit Mr. Glen's.