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May 5, 1794 Subsistence Pay due Major Thomas Hunt's Wife Joseph Howell Mrs. Hunt In accordance with the Major Thomas Hunt's request, $150 has been remitted to Nathaniel Gorham to be paid to Mrs. Hunt for the subsistence due her late husband.
September 30, 1800 Receipt for Payment for Advances Made by Abijah Hunt [not available] [not available] Jesse Hunt received $18,500 in full of the advance made by Abijah Hunt to William R. Boote, Paymaster 3d Regiment.
October 5, 1798 Major Hunt's Account Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Hodgdon thanks Hunt for his promptness in settling his business and informs him of another account with an order in Hunt's favor.
October 2, 1794 Major Hunt's Accounting Failures Francis Mentges Samuel Hodgdon Mentges comments on Peter Hunt's failure to obtain Mentges's signature for many of the articles he has delivered but he will require Hunt's adjutant to provide an exact return before he leaves Trenton.
March 22, 1797 Account closed William Simmons Abraham Hunt Notifies Hunt that he has received a certificate at the War Office that will allow him to close Hunt's account.
July 11, 1794 Account of Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Hodgdon discusses details of Hunt's account.
April 9, 1794 Compensation Should Match the Charge Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt will follow Hodgdon's directions to the letter but reminds him that this is a considerable charge which Hodgdon should keep in mind when deciding on Hunt's compensation.
August 11, 1797 Money Transit Thomas Hunt James McHenry Hunt requested money being transmitted regarding the balance of Mr. Pope and his brother be stopped for fear of its loss. Hunt requested McHenry's clerk enclosed a receipt signed by an Indian and witnessed by a white person for money given out to detect a deserter.
December 6, 1799 Accepting Hunt's resignation James McHenry Robert Hunt McHenry apologizes for forgetting to mention it in his previous dispatch but notes that the President has accepted Hunt's resignation of his commission.
[not available] Account of Peter Hunt, Etc. Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Upon examining Hodgdon's remarks regarding his account, Hunt finds them perfectly right. There are two mistakes on Capt. Howe's account, the first in faking a receipt and the other in the charge in the account furnished.
November 8, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Major Hunt William Simmons Thomas Hunt William Simmons informs Major Hunt of an error in his accounts.
August 11, 1797 Cited letter or document, Thomas Hunt to William Simmons Thomas Hunt William Simmons Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in Simmons to Hunt, 11/08/1797.
September 13, 1794 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Cited in Hunt to Hodgdon, 09/14/1794; Hunt to Hodgdon, 09/16/1794.
March 7, 1796 Submission of Returns with Explanations from Peter Hunt Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt, writing from Lamberton New Jersey submits his returns; encloses copies with explanations.
February 14, 1797 Letter Citation Abraham Hunt William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Hunt 03/22/1797
September 1, 1796 Bills of Exchange Payable to Jeremiah and Abijah Hunt Caleb Swan James McHenry Bills of exchange for $1,000 and $4,500 to be paid to Jeremiah and Abijah Hunt, with note on reverse that they were paid on December 2.
January 11, 1799 Requests Warrant for Quartermaster General & Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Seeks to discharge bills drawn by Quartermaster General amounting to $1,828.78, and to pay a balance to Peter Hunt for $719.93. Requests warrant for $2,548, charged to the Quartermaster General.
July 25, 1799 Execution of Hunt or Perkins may as yet be respited. James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry discusses the impending execution of Sergeant Richard Hunt and allows for the possibility that the execution may as yet be overruled.
July 29, 1799 As to the execution of Sergeant Hunt, I incline to the side of forebearance. Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton reports that the President has granted amnesty to Sergeant Hunt, an act of forgiveness that will save him from being put to death. Hamilton argues that Hunt's execution would have been counter to the sentiments of the public and perhaps even have damaged the reputation of the military establishment.
November 4, 1797 Request to pay Jesse and Josiah Hunt [not available] [not available] Request to pay Josiah and Jesse Hunt $500.
September 1, 1794 Purchasing of Horses Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt has applied himself in the purchase of six horses which he hopes will answer Hodgdon's purpose. If he could keep them a few days, their appearance might be helped.
September 15, 1794 Issuing Stores Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon [Partly illegible] The stores are safe and Hunt is issuing them out.
September 19, 1794 Readiness of the New Jersey Regiment Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt notifies Hodgdon that the boxes of arms have been opened for the purposes of delivery and that General Bloomfield's infantry is ready to march, although there is still a need for camp kettles and drumheads.
November 24, 1797 Account of T. & A. Hunt Caleb Swan James McHenry Certification that $1000 has been drawn in favor of T. & A. Hunt, dated November 24, 1797 at Lormiers, on account of the Pay of the Army through September 1797..
November 24, 1797 Account of T. & A. Hunt Caleb Swan James McHenry Certification that $1000 has been drawn in favor of T. & A. Hunt, dated November 24, 1797 at Lormiers, on account of the Recruiting Service.