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December 21, 1792 Account of John Davis Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for John Davis, late surgeon in Colonel Patton's Regiment. Davis is owed 144 dollars.
November 21, 1791 Recommendation of John Davis, Etc. Thomas Bonds Samuel Hodgdon Relative to Dr. Bond's friend John Davis, he notes that if Hodgdon will take him by the hand it will be gratefully remembered. Hodgdon may feel confident in Davis's industry, sobriety, and integrity so Bond hopes that he can find something for him to do in this flourishing country. Bond is interested in whatever advantages may be in this part of the world as he holds a great deal of valuable...
November 16, 1797 Account of Amasa Davis Amasa Davis William Simmons Davis encloses his account of the expenditures placed in his hands by the Treasurer along with the appropriate vouchers. The balance has been deposited in the Branch Bank of Boston for the Treasurer.
December 8, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Thomas Davis William Simmons Thomas Davis William Simmons discusses the accounts of Joshua Barbie with Thomas Davis.
October 19, 1794 Fresh Teams Would Cause a More Rapid Push John Davis Samuel Hodgdon Davis announces that he has reached Shipingsburgh that morning along with Robert Young's load. The two-horse stages loaded on the 14th and 15th are on their way. Weaver is still twenty miles away. Davis wrote the previous day observing that fresh teams of horses would result in a more rapid push.
November 30, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Amasa Davis William Simmons Amasa Davis William Simmons requests the authority under which Amasa Davis spent public money.
May 3, 1795 Davis's Health Prevents Him from Taking a More Demanding Position Theodore Lyman Timothy Pickering Lyman warns that Mr. Davis probably will not accept the post for which he is being considered because his health is not sufficiently good for him to undertake more demanding duties that those he performs in his present position.
October 1, 1795 Settling with Those Who Received Advances Isaac Miller Samuel Hodgdon Miller has settled only with those who received advances and are shown on his return. Parker, Miller, Martin, and Davis have not settled. Parker and Miller have rendered an account of their advances but their accounts cannot be closed until they have settled with those to whom they have made payments. Miller has never seen Martin or Davis.
December 17, 1800 Accounts of Mr. Rogers and Colonel Davis William Simmons Edward Carrington Regarding accounts of Mr. Rogers and Colonel Davis, asks that Carrington forward information to the office in order that they be put before the comptroller for decision.
October 31, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Amasa Davis William Simmons Amasa Davis William Simmons informs Amasa Davis that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
July 18, 1794 Account of Edmund Davis Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Edmund Davis, late private in the 1st South Carolina Regiment
September 23, 1800 Forwarding of Recommendations for Army Appointments John Adams Samuel Dexter Forwards various recommendations for officer appointments.
May 20, 1799 Citation Only George Davis William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Davis, 05/22/1799.
August 12, 1800 Letter Received Regarding Pay, Late Reply Peter Hagner Samuel Davis In absence of Simmons, P. Hagner replied to Davis. Letter from Davis was unanswered due to removal of office from Philadelphia to City of Washington. Subject regarding pay, was answered: Pay and issues related to pay must be pursued with Pay Master or Paymaster General of each specific regiment.
February 20, 1795 Letter to the Superintendent of Military Stores Regarding Peter Davis' Request for Clothing Russell Bissell Samuel Hodgdon Bissell informs Hodgdon that Peter Davis, of the late artificers, requested clothing for which he possesses Hodgdon's signature. Bissell wishes Hodgdon's approval or denial of this request.
May 22, 1794 Account of Thomas Davis Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Davis, late private in the 10th Virginia Regiment.
October 20, 1794 Every Necessary Dispatch in My Power John Davis Samuel Hodgdon Davis promises to make every necessary dispatch in his power to ensure that his wagons arrive promptly
January 29, 1793 Payment to Captain James Davis Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $96 to Captain James Davis, 3rd Regiment in the Virginia Line.
January 17, 1800 Certification of payment; William Powells and John Moore, spies of Lincoln County, ordered into service by Isaac Shelby, Esquire, Governor of the State of Kentucky for the protection of the frontiers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; William Powells and John Moore, spies of Lincoln County, the sum of $23.33, ordered into service by Isaac Shelby, Esquire, Governor of the State of Kentucky for the protection of the frontiers, from 23 May to 5 June 1793. Sum is payable to W.J. Davis
May 11, 1795 George Allan's Horse John Davis Samuel Hodgdon Davis writes Hodgdon to inform him that George Allan refuses to part with the horse that belongs to Hodgdon's department. Davis' attempts to retrieve the horse were thwarted, and Allan is ignoring any orders which direct him to relinquish the horse.
March 30, 1791 Davis solicits an appointment from Knox William Davis Henry Knox Letter, asks for appointment to Inspector of Excise.
July 16, 1794 Funds for Mounting the Artillery at Boston Joseph Howell Amasa Davis The Secretary of War has directed a remittance of five hundred dollars to Davis for the purpose of mounting the artillery at Boston.
June 6, 1798 Orders & Requests Amasa Davis William Simmons Davis received Simmons' letter of November 30th and is sending the orders and requests Simmons requires.
November 12, 1795 Pay of Private Robert Davis, in Captain De Butt's Company, 4th Sub Legion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $22.40 is due Robert Davis, late a private in Captain De Butt's Company 4th Sub Legion, being his pay from January to June 12, 1795, the day of his discharge.
October 18, 1794 Arrival of Loaded Stages, Etc. John Davis Samuel Hodgdon The stages loaded on the 14th and the 15th have now arrived with Robert Young on board. The stages were unloaded with the assistance of Mr. Blane and Mr. Parker. Davis has not heard from Lesher who loaded on the 13th but he is probably ahead. Weaver has yet to come. Etc.