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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 12, 1798 Request for Issue of Banners for a Warship Timothy Pickering John Harris Directs issue of a "French jack, ensign, and pendant [pennant?]" for a warship, perhaps a U.S. privateer.
December 11, 1797 Large Jack Screws for Captain Barry James McHenry John Harris Harris is directed to deliver a pair of large jack screws to Captain John Barry of the frigate "United States."
December 30, 1797 Letter Citation John Steele William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Steele, 01/16/1798. William Simmons informs Lt. Steele that Christian Hildebrand's receipt is received.
October 28, 1797 Pay of John Steele & Recruits John Steele William Simmons Steele affirms that he has received $420. 37 for his pay and the pay of his recruits through September 1797. Robert Young's and John Smith's pay were not included so they have been added to the Receipt Roll and paid accordingly.
December 11, 1797 Large Jack Screws for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris "Be pleased to deliver to Captain John Barry for the Frigate United States a pair of large jack screws."
December 11, 1797 Jack Screws for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris "Be pleased to deliver to Captain John Barry of the Frigate United States a pair of large jack screws."
May 23, 1797 Late Pay for Sgt. Hackett John Steele William Simmons Sgt. George Hackett has a warrant showing that his enlistment has expired but he has not been paid for two years. Lt. Steele gave him two month's pay in the amount of $14, so that he can proceed to Philadelphia to settle his account. Steele asks that this sum be deducted from Hackett's account and credited to his own.
October 17, 1797 Notification of Mailed Receipt Roll William Simmons John Steele Steele notified he will receive receipt roll for the pay of troops under his command. Sum will be remit to Steele by Samuel Lewis. Amount rendered to Steele by Lewis did not include the pay of Robert Young and John Smith. Simmons advised Steele that all future recruits must be made known to the Office through a muster roll before they are paid. Simmons noted that Steele received double rations...
December 8, 1797 CITATION ONLY John Steele William Simmons Letter, citation only. Document gist from 12/15/1797 as follows: William Simmons informs Lt. Steele that Major Craig will pay him. Simmons also informs Steele that his claim to be reimbursed for musicians has been rejected.
December 7, 1797 CITATION ONLY John Steele William Simmons CITATION IN FULL TEXT DOCUMENT. GIST OF F.T. DOC. AS FOLLOWS: [William Simmons informs Lt. Steele that Major Craig will pay him. Simmons also informs Steele that his claim to be reimbursed for musicians has been rejected.]
December 15, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with John Steele William Simmons John Steele William Simmons informs Lt. Steele that Major Craig will pay him. Simmons also informs Steele that his claim to be reimbursed for musicians has been rejected.
November 8, 1797 Pay of John Steele and His Detachment of Recruits William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments to Lieutenant John Steele and the recruits under his command
February 14, 1798 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with John Steele William Simmons John Steele William Simmons discusses the accounts of Caleb Swan with the Comptroller of the Treasury, John Steele.
June 29, 1797 Horses for the Service of the War Department Steele Samuel Hodgdon Steele asked the Secretary of War about the proability of his wanting horses for the use of the War Department. The Secretary indicated that horses would be needed so Steele examined the two that are currently at Knight's Stable. To avoid complications regarding Knight's commission for selling them, Hodgdon should say nothing to him about the price or payments.
April 16, 1797 Concerning an appointment for commissioner John Steele James McHenry Steele stresses that his removal from the Executive Council was procured by the denunciation of his character made by an individual to McHenry. Steele announces that he has written to John Adams to replace Alexander White - who is likely to resign - as a commissioner to establish the nation's capital. Steele notifies McHenry that he listed him as a reference.
1797 Cheerful Acquiescence John Steele William Simmons Steele assures Simmons that he will cheerfully acquiesce in the course that may be adopted.
June 12, 1798 Delivery for the Ship of War Ganges Secretary of War John Harris Harris is to deliver to Josiah Fox a French Jack, ensign, and pendant
October 16, 1797 Certification of payments due; pay of Lt. Steele & Recruits William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $429.33 is due Lt. John Steele and the recruits under his command, being his pay for March through October 1797 and their pay from their dates of enlistment through October 1797.
February 26, 1799 Letter Citation Thomas Lewis John Steele Cited in Steele to Simmons, 03/01/1799
November 13, 1797 Cited letter or document, John Steele to William Simmons John Steele William Simmons Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in Simmons to Steele, 11/18/1797.
July 16, 1800 Letter Citation Samuel Dexter John Steele Cited in Steele to Simmons, 11/12/1800.
April 6, 1795 Cited Document William Simmons John Steele Cited in Steele to Simmons, 04/07/1795 and Steele to Simmons, 06/01/1795.
November 4, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with John Steele William Simmons John Steele William Simmons confirms receipt of pay and muster rolls sent by Lt. John Steele.
March 1, 1800 Expenses, No New Developments; Doctor Foster a fictitious name Benjamin Hawkins Samuel Dexter Alias of Doctor Foster discussed, mentions drawing money for expenses. Foster's real name is George Martin Rodington. Jack Kinnard ordered him to quit the Indian Agency.
December 29, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with John Steele William Simmons John Steele William Simmons informs Lt. John Steele that Capt. Lewis's muster rolls are received.