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September 26, 1799 Whether or Not to Repay Colonel Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Encloses extract of Lieutenant Colonel John F. Hamtramck's letter of July 1, 1799 concerning his failure to be repaid for expenses incurred fo the First Regiment. States: "I would request your particular attention to this subject. You will be so good as to inform me whether the payment will be made or if there are special objections to the measure, communicate them to me that I may be able to...
March 12, 1798 Letter Citation John Francis Hamtramck William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Hamtramck, 05/04/1798. Simmons informs Hamtramck that he may forward his vouchers until the paymaster can settle his other claims.
April 16, 1798 Major Hamtramck's Debit John Steele Joseph Nourse Major Hamtramck stands debited on the books of the Treasury for $250 advanced to him by Arthur St. Clair. Steele has transferred this debit to the books of the Accountant of the War Department so Hamtramck's account should be resolved by him with that office. Nouse is asked to close Hamtramck's account with suitable entries and to furnish Steele with a certificate so that the sum may be placed to...
July 27, 1794 Request for Stoppages to Pay John Francis Hamtramck Joseph Howell Swan informed Hamtramck of his responsibility regarding monetary advances paid to officers. Hamtramck was unaware of his responsibility when he paid officers, and now requests a stoppage to their pay due to his lack of records and assistance in facilitating the settlement of accounts.
April 18, 1798 Closed Account of Major Hamtramch for Funds Advanced Him by Arthur St. Claire John Steele William Simmons Letter, encloses certificate signed by the Register regarding the account of Major Hamtramck.
March 28, 1792 Letter Citation James Wilkinson John Francis Hamtramck Cited in Hamtramck to Knox, 03/31/1792.
July 2, 1799 Letter Citation Alexander Hamilton John Francis Hamtramck Cited in Hamtramck to Hamilton, 09/19/1799.
December 1, 1799 Citation Only John Francis Hamtramck James Wilkinson Cited in Hamtramck to Hamilton, 12/1/1799.
January 31, 1797 Closing Hamtramck's account William Simmons John Francis Hamtramck Requests that Colonel Hamtramck provide his account and vouchers for monies received from the War Office so that Simmons can close his account
July 11, 1798 Request for Letter to be Forwarded to Col. Hamtramck C. Sands William Simmons Sands asks that Simmons forward a letter to Colonel Hamtramck, as the War Department knows where the Colonel is. Sands also asks Simmons for help negotiating the payment of money owed to him by Hamtramck.
March 18, 1800 Response to Colonel Hamtramck's Letter Alexander Hamilton Samuel Hodgdon Hamilton notes that he has received a copy of a letter from Hamtramck to Wilkinson with the enclosed paragraph. He wants to know what measues have been taken to respond to the requisitions discussed in the paragraph.
November 1, 1799 Citation Only John Francis Hamtramck James Wilkinson Citation only, enclosed in Hamtramck to Hamilton, 11/01/99.
November 8, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with LtCol Hamtramck William Simmons John Francis Hamtramck William Simmons sends a second request to LtCol Hamtramck to submit vouchers for expenditures.
November 1, 1799 RE Organization of Individual Regiments. John Francis Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton Routine instructions and correspondence concerning the organization of individual regiments.
December 19, 1799 Reports from Loftus's Heights John Francis Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton Hamtramck explains that he has had no reports from Loftus's Heights because it appears that the troops on the Mississippi consider themselves independent of his command in the absense of General Wilkinson.
December 4, 1799 Ignorance of Particular Officers of the Old Regiments Alexander Hamilton John Francis Hamtramck Hamilton orders Col. Hamtramck to identify those officers of the old regiments who are incapable of reading or writing.
August 12, 1788 Cited letter or document, John Francis Hamtramck to Josiah Harmar John Francis Hamtramck Josiah Harmar Letter, Citation only Cited in Harmar to Hamtramck, 10/13/1788.
February 3, 1795 Recruiting Money Paid, No Settlement Yet Reached John Francis Hamtramck Joseph Howell Hamtramck seeks answer to question posed last July regarding the payment of officers for recruiting services. Recounts conditions under which he paid officers and he assumed his account would be credited.
February 5, 1800 Confusion Pertaining to the Assignment of Officers John Francis Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton John Hamtramck comments that the confusion over the assignment of officers to regiments has to do largely with the great distance of communication between him and General James Wilkinson.
May 12, 1798 Fear of Mailing Vouchers, Request to Settle with Agent of Accountants Office John Francis Hamtramck William Simmons Hamtramck wont send vouchers through the mail, requested Simmons send representative to settle account.
January 25, 1798 Suggested Changes to Regulations John Francis Hamtramck James McHenry Hamtramck returns changes he made in the regulations sent by McHenry.
October 29, 1797 Cited letter or document, John Francis Hamtramck to William Simmons John Francis Hamtramck William Simmons Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in Simmons to Hamtramck, 11/08/1797.
May 4, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Francis Hamtramck Simmons informs Hamtramck that he may forward his vouchers until the paymaster can settle his other claims.
December 19, 1799 Ignorance of Some Officers in the Old Regiments John Francis Hamtramck Alexander Hamilton John F. Hamtramck explains his reference in an earlier letter to the ignorance of some officers in the Old Regiments. By using the term "ignorance" he meant to convey the want of the necessary education for an officer to do the duties of his profession.
July 15, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Francis Hamtramck Simmons forwards Mr. Sands letter to Col. Hamtramck.