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December 20, 1785 Regarding settlement of pay and depreciation; request for assistance John Doyle Joseph Howell Mentions that there were stoppages in pay made. Says that Howell had settled with him at New Windsor and knows what loss Doyle sustained in taking Congress' money. Asks if Howell can do anything in Doyle's favor. Doyle says he is some who has sacrificed his limbs, constitution, property and almost his life in defense of his country.
March 29, 1786 Delivery of Doyle's certificate Joseph Howell Captain John Doyle Advises Doyle on the delivery of his certificate (settling his accounts with the Pay Office).
July 26, 1793 Account of Thomas Doyle Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Doyle, late in the 4th Maryland Regiment.
February 2, 1791 Pay Request Thomas Doyle Joseph Howell As a consequence of information from Capain E. Beatty regarding pay and subsistence lodged in Pay Office, Doyle draws in favor of Mr. Adam Reigart.
April 24, 1790 Receipts for Epaulets Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Howell Enclosed are receipts from Lt. Beatty and Lt. Doyle, each for two silver epaulets though, by mistake, Doyle signed the duplicate instead of the original.
June 13, 1791 Request for Clothing James Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Clothing for Captain Doyle's troops.
February 26, 1793 Payment to Richard Doyle Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $167.49 to Richard Doyle, late private in the 3rd Virginia Regiment Artillery.
January 30, 1786 Settlement of an Officer's Account John Doyle Joseph Howell The author notes that his receipts were lost along with his baggage but Lt.(?)Doyle made copies of the payrolls so that is the source of the amounts requested here. He also encloses the payrolls for four months' pay for five men but the allowances for enlisting them are not included in the payrolls so those amounts are not part of this claim.
May 15, 1786 Forwarding a Pay Certificate Joseph Howell James Cottinger The author encloses a Certificate for four hundred dollars to be forwarded to Captain John Doyle. Acknowledgment of receipt is requested.
June 2, 1789 Safe Conveyance of Doyle's & Ferguson's Stores John Ferguson Samuel Hodgdon Major Hodgdon should send by the first safe conveyance to Capt. John Irvin of Pittsburgh the stores for Capt. Doyle and Ferguson. Capt. Irvin will pay for the carriage. Or if the waggoner would accept an order on the paymaster, that would answer better.
September 3, 1798 Certification of payments; expenses in pursuing deserters William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $10.77 is due Lieutenant Theodore Meminger of the 2nd Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers, being the expense of John E. Morrison and two men pursuing John Doyle and John M. Donnel, deserters from the detachment at Mud Island Fort.
January 12, 1798 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Lt. Muhlenberg William Simmons Henry Muhlenberg William Simmons requests further information regarding the desertion of Nicholas Doyle from Lt. Henry Muhlenberg.
September 19, 1794 Additional woodsmen requested Thomas Doyle General James Robertson Major Thomas Doyle, commanding officer at Fort Massac, informs General James Robertson that several men at his garrison are sick, and so he is unable to track the movements of the Indians in his quarter, which requires about "fifteen or twenty woodsmen." Requests that he sends a sufficient number for a few weeks, arguing that "it is for the public good."
June 23, 1791 Letter from Samuel Hodgdon to William Knox on shipments of supplies to Pittsburg Samuel Hodgdon William Knox Hodgdon would have been glad to have seen a return and the supplies mentioned in a previous letter. Will call on Doyle for his receipt; is disappointed about not hearing from Colesworthy. Boyer has not yet arrived; expects him with the wagon next day. Will write more fully next conveyance; at present it is impossible.
October 1794 Protection in Southwest Territory Doyle General James Robertson Major Doyle informs General James Robertson that Ensign Bird and his detachment has arrived. Discusses protecting the territory at the mouth of the Cumberland River, along with much of the Tennessee River.
November 22, 1797 Certification of payments; pay of Captain Purdy's Levies William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $142 is due the following men late of Capt. William Purdy's Company of Levies, being their pay per Abstract D No. 5: Samuel Tom, Christopher Smootz, William Doyle, Moses Fisher, Martin Tanner, David Christy, and Nicholas Walker.
July 2, 1792 Receipt of Ann Vorhees for Money Received of Husband's Pay Joseph Howell [not available] Ann Vorhees received $2 from Joseph Howell on account of her husband's pay. Signed by Abram Vorhees of Captain Doyle's Company.
April 5, 1792 A Permanent Peace Thomas Doyle Samuel Hodgdon Doyle assures Hodgdon that any intelligence that is worth communicating from Fort Steuben will be done. He is astonished that his friend Ziegler may be induced to resign since his soul lays in the Army. He requests a supply of money for contingencies in accordance with Gen. Wilkinson's wishes. The express from Fort Knox mentions that the Indians wish for a permanant peace which he hopes is true...
February 20, 1786 Packet not Received John Doyle Joseph Howell The author notes that the packet he sent two weeks prior had not been received by the recipient. Apparently it was sent on to New York and, since the recipient is currently in Philadelphia, he asks that the recipient send for the packet which should then arrive promptly.
August 27, 1786 Report on Clerks to Commissioners Samuel Osgood [not available] Official report on James Riverside, Doyle Sweeny, Robert Underwood regarding the new rules regulation the compensation and book keeping of the Hospital and Clothing Stores. Resulting in a formal resolve to give Commissioners money to pay clerks.
June 23, 1794 Approved Accounts Doyle Sweeny Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon's account as Quartermaster General has been admitted and passed in the Comptroller's Office without any alterations. The remaining part of the account should be rendered without delay.
May 2, 1800 Transferred Accounts John Steele William Simmons The accounts listed have been closed on the books of the Treasury and should be transferred to the accounts in Simmons' office.
February 2, 1799 Crimes & Punishment William Littlefield James McHenry Littlefield discusses several instances when his soldiers have been caught and subjected to court martial or summary punishment.
June 30, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Samuel Vincent Simmons informs Vincent that his money is received
May 24, 1785 Regarding the resolution of Congress respecting a new arrangement of the Corps Josiah Harmar President John Dickinson Josiah Harmar acknowledges receipt of a resolution of Congress forwarded by President John Dickinson. This Congressional resolution pertains to the new structure of the 1st American Regiment. Harmar recommends that officers be retained on the basis of seniority and he expresses the officer's umbrage at having their pay reduced.