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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 24, 1786 Report on the Petition of Nathan Fuller John Pierce Charles Thomson Report on the petition of Nathan Fuller, to the Secretary of Congress.
November 10, 1785 Concerning the settlement of Mr. Oliver's account John Pierce Captain John Fuller The Commissioner of Army Accounts requests that Captain John Fuller obtain a power of attorney for the settlement of Mr Oliver's account. Pierce intends to pay the balance of the late Mr. Oliver's account to the widow.
April 19, 1800 Acknowledged Receipt of Letter William Simmons Jedediah Huntingdon Simmons received letter from Huntington regarding the accounts of Fuller and Barber for $38.51, information will be entered on the Books.
March 8, 1800 Remit Sum by Treasurer William Simmons Jedediah Huntingdon Treasurer of United States will remit sum due to Fuller and Barber of Hebron for their supplies to the recruits under command of Lieutenant P.N Brinsmacle.
September 17, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department to Messrs Fuller & Barber William Simmons [not available] Simmons informs Messrs Fuller and Barber to expect payment from Jedidiah Huntingdon.
May 20, 1792 Relinquishes Appointment William Hull Henry Knox Colonel Hull writes to Knox that he will be unable to accept the appointment Knox has offered, as his father in law, Judge Fuller, is ill, and is solely dependent on Hull to take care of his business.
November 7, 1798 Abstract and Vouchers David Henley William Simmons Fuller forwarded abstract of charges, Henley to submit in a few days vouchers to support charges made.
September 16, 1799 Certification of payment; Fuller Barber, contractor for rations, quartermaster and hospital supplies furnished troops of United States at Hebron, Connecticut William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $354.35 to Fuller Barber, contractor for rations, quartermaster and hospital supplies furnished troops of United States at Hebron, Connecticut.
October 21, 1798 Enclosed Supporting Document for Charges William Littlefield William Simmons Objection of charges by Ephraim Fuller caused Littlefield to submit documents to support charges made to military stores to provide advanced pay to freight captain.
March 8, 1800 Certification of payment; Fuller and Barber of Hebron Connecticut for rations, quartermaster and hospital stores furnished recruits under command of Lieutenant P. Brinsmacle William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $38.51 to Fuller and Barber of Hebron Connecticut for rations, quartermaster and hospital stores furnished recruits under command of Lieutenant P. Brinsmacle.
May 4, 1793 Power of Attorney Zebulon Fuller Samuel Shannon Power of attorney given by Zebulon Fuller to Samuel Shannon.
May 14, 1790 Information on Thomas Fall William Knox Joseph Howell A clerk in the War Office informs the Commissioner of Army Accounts that Secretary Knox desires information on Thomas Fall, who was wounded at Fort Washington in 1776, and whether or not he is on any of the muster rolls in Howell's possession. The Secretary also requests that Howell investigate the merits of a claim by Nathan Fuller.
November 2, 1795 Payment for subsistence Peter Hagner William Littlefield Informs Capt. Littlefield that he will receive from John Dexter the sum of 254 dollars for recruiting and subsistence.
September 17, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Jedediah Huntingdon Simmons authorizes Huntingdon to make payment to Mr. Fuller and Mr. Barber.
September 19, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Simmons notifies Hodgdon of a transaction to be recorded on the accounts of the Quartermasters Department.
November 2, 1795 Instructions to pay Capt. Littlefield Peter Hagner John Dexter Informs Dexter that the Treasurer will remit him the sum of 254 dollars in order to pay Capt. William Littlefield in Newport.
July 17, 1786 Claims for pay George Stevens John Pierce Claims for pay due soldiers in Philadelphia
March 8, 1800 Deductions Taken from Statement William Simmons Fuller and Barber Accounts and vouchers for supplies to recruits at Hebron examined, deductions taken. Quotation from Secretary of War regarding the allowance of fuel for officers.
1797 Contractors for rations Unknown Author [not available] Lists the names of contractors for rations; includes location.
April 23, 1800 Proposing the Establishment of a National Gazette John Adams Timothy Pickering Adams wrote the heads of the departments about the need for a gazette similar to those in France and Britain, provided justification for the use of the gazette. Such a gazette in the U.S. would print proclamations, articles of war, articles of the navy, appointments in the army and navy and other branches of public service. To publish said gazette he requested the appointment of a President's...
June 1, 1800 Account of Lt. Col. Timothy Taylor Regarding Purchase of Cockades Timothy Taylor [not available] Taylor's account for for funds spent on cockades for his men. Taylor includes a copy of a circular letter sent by Hamilton regarding cockades in 1799, as well as the individual vouchers for cockade expenses from each Captain or Lieutenant.
May 27, 1792 Declined promotion William Hull Henry Knox Colonel Hull advises Secretary Knox of his declining a position that he had previously solicited. Cites his family, wife, and children. Also appears to have been offended that General Brooks was preferred.
March 7, 1800 [John Starr Depostion fav.r of John McGowan] John Starr [not available] Certified residency of John McGowan and his service with American troops in fighting against British during American Revolution. His subsequent losses described.
October 2, 1795 Instructions to pay John Vermonnet William Simmons John Kilty Directs John Kilty to pay John Vermonnet at Georgetown.
April 3, 1799 Advantageous Placement of John Perkins, Etc. John Mackey Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a discussion of other matters, Mackey observes that Mr. Perkins, with a solicitude peculiar to all parents, wants to ensure the future independence and happiness of his son John. He wants John placed under the supervision of an able merchant and good citizen and asks for Hodgdon's assistance in seeing that John is advantageously placed.