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October 28, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Henry Smith William Simmons Henry Smith William Simmons informs Henry Smith that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
July 5, 1794 Knox appoints Gurney and Smith as agents for the port of Philadelphia Henry Knox Lieutenant Smith Henry Knox offers the agency of the port of Philadelphia to Mr. Gurney and Mr. Smith. Responsibilities of the position are elaborated in the letter.
July 27, 1791 Smith appeals to Knox to authorize military leave for a brother William Smith Henry Knox Letter, due to family hardship Smith asks for leave for his brother, Captain Smith.
May 24, 1791 Closing the Accounts of Burbeck and Smith Joseph Howell Henry Burbeck A bill has been transmitted on John Habersham, Collector for the Port of Savannah, being for the seven month's pay needed to complete the pay of Burbeck's and Smith's Companies for the year 1790. Howell is anxious to have Burbeck's and Smith's muster rolls and receipts for the monies paid their men so that he can close their accounts in the books of his office.
December 5, 1791 Letter Citation Melancton Smith Henry Knox Cited in Smith to Hamilton, 12/23/1791, and Knox to Smith 12/09/1791.
August 1, 1794 Exoneration of Accountability of Lt. Campbell Smith Joseph Howell Campbell Smith Receipts have been received from Mr. Swan for the money transmitted to Lt. Smith for the pay of troops so Smith is exonerated from any accountability in the transaction.
July 29, 1799 Letter to Mr. Smith Henry W. Ludlow William S. Smith Letter from Henry Ludlow to William Smith. Image not available.
April 5, 1792 Bill of Lading from Melactin Smith [not available] [not available] Bill of lading from merchant Melancton Smith of New York to General Knox. Letter refers to a transaction of freight with Capt George Fleming.
August 31, 1784 All is Well at French Creek Frederick Foose Samuel Hodgdon Reports that all is well at the magazine at French Creek and requests one month's pay to be given to the bearer, Henry Smith.
October 14, 1798 Receipt for Simeon Smith Transmitted Jedediah Huntingdon William Simmons Encloses the receipt of Simeon Smith.
March 1, 1799 Reports Loss of Key to Mr. Smith's Store; Injury and Ruin of Stores Samuel Hodgdon William Nichols The key to Mr. Smith's store has not been returned. This will cost the US. Requests return of key. Smith is not entitled to the rent already received. He has removed stores for his own accommodation. Many articles injured; some ruined.
April 28, 1792 Knox directs interpreters tasked to support the relocation of the Senecas Henry Knox Mr. Jones Knox issues direction to Messers Jones and Smith. Jones and Smith are interpreters assigned to accompany the relocation of the Senecas to Genesee.
October 18, 1794 Requests Direction on Account of General Smith's Detachment of Surgeon Griffiths Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton Refers to account of General Smith's detachment of surgeon Griffiths. Requests information on how to proceed.
December 7, 1791 Letter Citation Henry Knox Melancton Smith Cited in Knox to Smith, 12/09/1791.
July 17, 1793 Letter Citation Daniel Smith Henry Knox Cited in Smith to Knox, 07/27/1793.
October 3, 1791 Letter Citation Henry Knox William Smith Cited in Smith to Knox, 10/21/1791.
July 30, 1799 RE Army Supplies, Quarters, and Pay William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army supplies, quarters, and pay
April 11, 1794 More Equipage for Lieutenant Campbell Smith Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon In addition to what has already been requested for Lieutenant Campbell Smith, he needs horse saddle and bridle holsters and pistols.
April 9, 1792 Bushels of Lime John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith informs Hodgdon that he has procured 8 bushels of lime and would have sent more but it is so bad in quality that he would rather have sent none. Miten [?] would not trouble himself to go and would not send a hand to the hill and said he must have $15 a bushel for it. Smith would have lost a guinea rather than take it had it not been to oblige Hodgdon and had he not given his word to Mr....
June 3, 1796 Answers about Smith's account William Simmons Campbell Smith Simmons answers several of Smith questions regarding his account with the War Department and other matters.
January 27, 1797 Letter for David Henley regarding Captain Smith delinquent account and vouchers William Simmons David Henley Requests that Henley forward a letter to Captain Smith concerning Smith's accounting for money paid to him for the pay of Smith's company of militia
October 20, 1800 Simmons Requests that Smith Forward Important Papers of Elias B. Dayton William Simmons William S. Smith Simmons wrote to Elias B. Dayton regarding some original papers which are vital to the admission of his accounts. Dayton's reply informed Simmons that they are in Smith's possession and that Dayton asked Smith to transfer them. However, writes Simmons, Smith conceived that these papers were his vouchers for the orders which he drew, and as a result Smith did not feel he had the authorization to...
March 10, 1800 Keeping Col. Smith Out of Jail Alexander Hamilton William Burrows Hamilton applauds Burrows for not forcing the issue on Col. Smith's debt to the extent that he would have gone to jail, which would have ruined Smith. Hamilton seconds Col. Troup's advice to use anonymous names for the bail of Smith.
December 13, 1798 Unfounded Suspicions of Colonel Smith William Smith James McHenry An alternative to William Smith has been presented for the post of Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. Apparently Smith has been charged in the opinion of his fellow citizens with serious misconduct.
1797 Lists Latest Business; Sends Greetings to Friends William Vans Murray James McHenry Encloses letter to Mr. J. Mentions the Mr. Scolten, brother of a friend who acts as the Danish legislative secretary. Requests meeting with young friend John W. Henry. European reactions to Congress. Sends greetings to Mr. Caldwell, Mr. Hindman, and Mr. Smith of Charlestown.