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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 12, 1796 Request for Payment for Exchange for John Brown Daniel Haragan Samuel Hodgdon Haragan requests that Hodgdon pay John Brown $700.
August 20, 1798 Receipt of John Brown. John Brown Capt. Smith Browne acknowledges receipt of two sticks of port-fire and fifteen four-pound flannel cartridges to prime cannon at the Eagle Furnace agreeable to an order of the War Office.
February 4, 1797 Forwarded Receipt of Pay of Capt. Brown Joseph Guimpe William Simmons Guimpe forwards Captain Brown's receipt of pay for November 1796.
March 11, 1801 Certification of payment; Privates John Brown and James Scott, of Captain Eddins' Company, 2d Regiment Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons [not available] Certification of payment; $40 to Privates John Brown and James Scott, of Captain Eddins' Company, 2d Regiment Artillerists and Engineers.
May 26, 1795 The Pay of Charles Brown Daniel Stevens Joseph Howell Stevens has received the $42 remitted to him by the Treasurer and has paid same to the agent at George Town, Charles Brown.
October 21, 1800 Request to Deliver to Francis Brown, Quantity of Cloth and Materials for Coats Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Request to deliver to Francis Brown, quantity of cloth and materials for cutting out and completing infantry and musician sergeant's coats
March 25, 1795 There is But One John Brown in the Regiment, Etc. Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton After examining the muster and accounts of Colonel Spencer's regiment, Howell concludes that there is but one John Brown in the regiment. He asks Dayton to provide lodging for his son when the time comes to part with him.
October 24, 1794 Arms for Brown & Francis at Providence John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War requests that another set of fittings for 24 and 32 pounders be prepared for the service of the United States and addressed to Brown and Francis at Providence, Rhode Island.
March 26, 1800 Dr. Brown's Traveling Expenses James McHenry William Simmons Dr. Brown is entitled to one servants, thus he should be allowed to include his servant in his traveling expenses from Detroit.
October 28, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Patrick Brown William Simmons Patrick Brown William Simmons informs Patrick Brown that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
March 27, 1795 Sum to be Transmitted to Charles Brown Joseph Howell Daniel Stevens The Treasurer will remit to Stevens a sum advanced by Charles Brown, agent for procuring materials for the fortifications at George Town, to Paul Hyacinte Perault, Temporary Engineer. That sum will be paid to Mr. Brown, for which a receipt will be transmitted.
April 2, 1799 Business with 24-pounders and Transportation. James McHenry Lewis Tousard Promises to present his case before the President. Reports number of 24-pounders on Mr. Brown's wharf in Providence. Suggests communication with Mr. Craig about transportation.
May 23, 1800 Notification of Payment William Simmons Staats Morris Simmons received returned account of Yundt and Brown Printers. Payment for Yundt and Brown remit to John Kilty, Supervisor at Baltimore.
September 20, 1797 Cited letter or document, to William Simmons [not available] William Simmons Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in Simmons to Brown, 10/19/1797.
May 16, 1797 Letter Citation Matthew Brown William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Brown, 05/30/1797.
April 27, 1793 Regarding Accounts and Supplies Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara Mentions bills and remittances; Captain Prior. Hopes that Doctor Brown's pay is agreeable to draft. Is preparing supplies for current year.
November 18, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Charles Brown William Simmons Charles Brown William Simmons informs Charles Brown that the receipt of Mr. Desaussures was received.
February 5, 1794 Account of Thomas Brown Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and pay for Thomas Brown, late private in the 2nd Regiment of Light Dragoons.
April 26, 1794 Account of Samuel Brown Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Samuel Brown, late private in the 1st Regiment of Light Dragoons.
October 22, 1796 Advance Received John McKee William Simmons Notification of pay received for interpreters and seven Chickasaws en route to visit President of U.S. in Philadelphia.
August 7, 1795 Two Plated Board for Brown & Francis Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War reminds Mr. Hodgdon of the two-plated board to be sent to Brown & Francis at Providence and requests him to send to the War Office his gauges for 24 and 32-pound shot.
December 17, 1799 Incidental and Contingent Expenses David Henley William Simmons Henley acknowledges receipt from Samuel Meredith by way of Thomas Brown, Collector of Revenue and Agent for John Overton, Supervisor for the District of Tennessee, a sum to be used for the incidental and contingent expenses of the War Department in that place.
May 4, 1793 Remittances, Payments, Shipments of Goods Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara Reports on receipt of money and warrants. Makes mention of Captain Prior, Doctor Brown and Indian goods sent.
June 24, 1795 Cannon Searcher to Providence Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon The cannon searcher should be sent to Brown & Francis at Providence on a vessel bound for that place or for Providence. If neither is available, it can be transported via New York on a packet. It should be forwarded as soon as possible because Mr. D'Acosta needs it to examine the cannon cast by Brown & Francis.
April 12, 1799 Expresses Concern about Delivery of Supplies Samuel Hodgdon John Jacob Rivardi Has sent the articles requested in the enclosed invoice. Dealing with complaints of detention, damage, and embezzlement along the route. Requests acknowledgment of receipt. Reports loss of trunk belonging to Mr. Shieffelin while en route. The trunk contained 5 skins for Hodgdon from Dr. Charles Brown. They hope to recover the trunk and seek information. Both Hodgdon and Brown have not heard...