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September 23, 1794 Letter from the Attorney General of Pennsylvania Jared Ingersoll Alexander Hamilton Jared Ingersoll, Pennsylvania State Attorney General, writes that the military stores from Samuel Hodgdon have not arrived, and the Cavalry of the Jersey & City Militia may arrive tomorrow. Insists that this would be highly inconvenient. Hodgdon is the Supervisor of Military Stores and Hamilton has already talked to Hodgdon about a problem with delays. Ingersoll concludes by stating that there is...
October 10, 1794 Homicide during Whiskey Rebellion Alexander Hamilton Jared Ingersoll President Washington has directed Hamilton to write to Jared Ingersoll, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, regarding two murders against the insurgents of the Whiskey Rebellion. Washington wants the guilty parties to be placed under the charge of the civil Magistrate.
September 25, 1794 Irregularities in This Town Jared Ingersoll Alexander Hamilton Ingersoll wants to collect the necessary information regarding the irregularities at Carlisle before he proceeds to the westward with the militia.
February 6, 1796 Enclosed Receipts for Pay and Subsistance of Ingersoll George Ingersoll William Simmons Ingersoll hoped Caleb Swan forwarded a certificate to Simmons regarding the pay of Ingersoll during his furlong. Ingersoll submitted account for pay and subsistance. Requested information on an Order for Mr. Gorham for money. With details.
July 21, 1796 Ingersoll's Account George Ingersoll James McHenry CITATION only. Hagner to Ingersoll 07/27/1796. [Discusses Ingersoll's account of pay and subsistence; discusses the accountant's objections to Ingersoll's subsistence account and terms for its settlement.]
July 12, 1799 Requests Report on Uniform for Jared Brooks, Cadet James McHenry William Simmons Announces that Jared Brooks has been appointed cadet in regiment of artillerists and engineers. Requests report on uniform.
September 28, 1796 Enclosed Receipts of G. Ingersoll Jonathan Jackson William Simmons Encloses George Ingersoll's receipt for $150.
December 7, 1798 Request for Money to Pay Postmaster George Ingersoll William Simmons Ingersoll requested money be furnished to Lieut. Freeman, Paymaster, for the purpose of paying the Postmaster for November accounts. Ingersoll postponed the muster for November to await the reply from the Secretary of War on the practice of mustering and Ingersoll's questions regarding practice.
April 30, 1796 Captain Ingersoll's Account William Simmons George Ingersoll Received Ingersoll's account of pay and subsistence. Forwards funds for travel to West Point. discusses particulars of the settlement of Ingersoll's account
August 6, 1796 Regarding Laws Governing Pay of Officers, with account details George Ingersoll Peter Hagner Ingersoll requested information on the rules governing the pay of officers. Ingersoll disputed with accountant regarding how he was to be paid, hoped for a compromise.
February 8, 1797 Account of pay with remarks William Simmons George Ingersoll Cover letter for Captain Ingersoll's account of pay and subsistence. Simmons remarks on Ingersoll's "unright" and "illiberal" sentiments regarding Simmons' policy on a demand by Ingersoll for a payment.
July 27, 1796 Ingersoll's account Peter Hagner George Ingersoll Discusses Ingersoll's account of pay and subsistence; discusses the accountant's objections to Ingersoll's subsistence account and terms for its settlement
August 10, 1796 Settlement of Ingersoll's account William Simmons George Ingersoll Requests information needed for the settlement of Ingersoll's account with the War Department
December 31, 1796 Ingersoll's pay account William Simmons George Ingersoll Discusses the settlement of Ingersoll's account for pay and subsistence.
April 11, 1796 Pay to Captain Ingersoll William Simmons Nathaniel Gorham Requests that Gorham pay $500 to Capt. Ingersoll
May 2, 1796 Pay for Captain Ingersoll William Simmons Nathaniel Gorham Directs that funds be sent to Captain Ingersoll for his pay and subsistence/
February 27, 1796 Account Suspended William Simmons George Ingersoll Simmons applied to Mr. Butt, late Paymaster, but he had no record of Ingersoll's accounts. Therefore Simmons suspended the accounts. If Ingersoll needed money, he was to apply to Nathaniel Gorham.
September 6, 1793 Deposition of Henry Carrel take by Jared Irwin Jared Irwin [not available] Jared Irwin takes the deposition of Henry Carrel. Carrel gives report of Indian crimes.
April 21, 1796 Account of Ingersoll, with details [not available] William Simmons Enclosed accounts for February and March, requested a draft against Mr. Gorham to settle Ingersoll's accounts. Plans on leaving town for West Point, requests accounts be settled by that time as Ingersoll needs money to travel.
February 10, 1796 George Ingersoll's Account of Pay 1795 George Ingersoll [not available] Ledger-like account of Ingersoll's pay and subsistence for 1795.
September 14, 1796 Captain Ingersoll's subsistence pay William Simmons Jonathan Jackson Notification that Jackson is to transfer money to Captain George Ingersoll for his subsistence pay.
September 13, 1799 Acceptance of Peters' Draft Lawrence Huron Samuel Hodgdon Not knowing Hodgdon's determination respecting Huron's acceptance of Peters' draft on him in favor of Ebenezer Stevens, Huron offers to pay it down to Hodgdon as far as $2000 with the balance either from his note or from a good discountable one.
June 17, 1799 Citation of Document in Printed Work James McHenry George Ingersoll Enclosed in Ingersoll to Hamilton, 06/21/1799.
May 22, 1797 Letter Citation George Ingersoll William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Ingersoll, 05/27/1797.
February 8, 1797 Letter Citation George Ingersoll William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Ingersoll 02/08/1797