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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 16, 1785 Settling Lieutenant's Lawrence's Account Ebenezer Jackson Joseph Howell Jackson discusses the settlement of the account of Lieutenant Lawrence including his compensation for the time he was in captivity. Mr. Pierce passed through New Bern on his way to Charleston.
March 30, 1792 Petition of Lawerence Manning Lawrence Manning [not available] Discussion regarding Lawrence Manning memorial.
January 4, 1791 Examination of Account Joseph Howell John Lawrence Informs John Lawrence that he has not yet had the time to examine the account of Mr. Smith for depreciation of pay, but that he will soon endeavor to do so.
December 20, 1798 Replacing Young Lawrence with Young Harrison Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Since Mr. Lawrence has expressed his regret at the nomination of his son, perhaps young Harrison, the son of the District Attorney, could be nominated in his stead.
October 10, 1787 John Richardson discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell John Richardson Joseph Howell John Richardson presents land claims for himself and Captains Lawrence and Helms to Joseph Howell.
March 8, 1785 Regarding Resolve of Congress in favor of late Colonel John Lawrence Joseph Howell George Reid Encloses Resolve of Congress in favor of late Colonel John Lawrence; charges against the officers of South Carolina Line for pay and subsistence.
October 17, 1787 John Richardson discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell John Richardson Joseph Howell John Richards discusses settlements for himself and Captains Lawrence and Helms with Joseph Howell.
November 12, 1794 Account of Lawrence Murry Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Lawrence Murry, late private in the 1st South Carolina Regiment.
September 23, 1799 An epidemic is raging to an alarming degree in my garrison... Staats Morris Alexander Hamilton "...I am extremely sorry to inform you sir that an epidemic is raging to an alarming degree in my garrison, and on that account it is very fortunate that so many men have been sent away out of the way of it. My nephew Lieutenant Lawrence fell a victim to it yesterday after only four days of illness. I shall this day give orders to have the men encamped at a distance from the barracks and shall...
April 23, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Dwight Foster Simmons discusses the account settlement of Lt. Lawrence Manning of Lee's Legion with Rep. Foster.
February 15, 1792 Certification of pay and service Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Lawrence Crowley, 9th Pennsylvania Regiment
March 10, 1784 Commutation pay Joseph Carleton John Pierce Discusses the granting of commutation pay to Colonel Troup and the case of commutation pay for Lawrence Myers
March 16, 1785 Account of Lieutenant Nathaniel Lawrence of North Carolina Line Joseph Howell Ebenezer Jackson Jackson sends copy of account of Lieutenant Nathaniel Lawrence of North Carolina Line, settled at the Treasury. Also sends account of sundries received by Officers of North Carolina Line from the Quarter Master General Department.
November 6, 1799 Draft on Huron's Account; Supply of Clothing Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Acknowledges the receipt of Hodgdon's enclosure of a draft on the Bank of the United States for $2,000; mentions Lawrence Huron and supplies of clothing.
September 15, 1790 Arrearages Owed to Veterans, Widows, or Orphans Henry Knox Elisha Lawrence Knox inquires of Govenor Lawrence whether the state of New Jersey has provided arrearages of pay to any of its militry invalids, widows, or orphans. This information is needed so that the War Department can determine the amounts owed to these unfortunate people.
March 21, 1800 Exportation of Gun Powder James McHenry John Lawrence Respecting the petition of Robinson Heartshorn asking for permission to export gun powder, the Secretary of the Navy has directed the powder to be examined and it is found to be unsuitable for the military service.
November 16, 1799 Huron's Draft, Powder, and Cannon Shot Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Writes that Lawrence Huron has settled the amount of his acceptance on the draft. In a postscript, he notes that he has received an order from Mr. Francis to purchase powder and has suggestions for transporting it and cannon shot.
October 22, 1799 Remittances; Clothing Issued Captain Freeman Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Stevens thanks Hodgdon for a timely transmission of funds. He notes that he has supplied Captain Freeman with shirts, cockades, and eagles. He encloses Lawrence Huron's acceptance of a draft.
September 30, 1799 Condition of troops at Governor's Island Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon States that yesterday evening he visited the fortifications at Governor's Island, New York and observed that the troops there were in much want of shoes and woolen overalls. Complains about the quality of the Hamburg Arms. Encloses a document from Lawrence Huron.
June 4, 1799 Certification of payment; Lieutenant James McDonald, of Captain William Lawrence’s Company of Infantry Commanded by Colonel Francis Gurney called into service to suppress insurrection in Western Counties of Pennsylvania in 1794 William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $8.20 for returned rations to Lieutenant James McDonald, of Captain William Lawrence’s Company of Infantry Commanded by Colonel Francis Gurney called into service to suppress insurrection in Western Counties of Pennsylvania in 1794.
July 21, 1799 Certification of payment; Captain William Lawrence, 1st Regiment Philadelphia Militia, commanded by Colonel Francis Gurney, ordered out to suppress an insurrection in the Western Counties of Pennsylvania 1794 William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $13.50 for retained rations to Captain William Lawrance, 1st Regiment Philadelphia Militia, commanded by Colonel Francis Gurney, ordered out to suppress an insurrection in the Western Counties of Pennsylvania 1794.
March 19, 1799 Officers Detailed for a Court Martial Aaron Ogden Alexander Hamilton Ogden warns that Capt. Robert Hunt is in critical condition from a coughing fit that burst a blood vessel in his lung so he won't be able to attend the Court Martial. He is uncertain which officers will attend since he not heard from all those who have been detailed to attend.
October 17, 1797 Request for Account Information or Refund William Simmons John Schenck Money advanced to Schenck by James Mott, Treasurer of New Jersey, for pay of 3rd New Jersey regiment called up to suppress an insurrection in the Western counties of Pennsylvania. The money that was issued on the order of Thomas Lawrence, Paymaster to said regiment must be refunded to War Office since no vouchers were transmitted to Treasurer to exonerate Schenck. Col. Nevill was furnished with...
December 16, 1786 Return of Monies due the Officers of the Virginia Line John Pierce Unknown Recipient Return of monies due the Officers of the Virginia Line.
November 30, 1799 Letter to the Superintendent of Military Stores Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Stevens notifies Hodgdon that he has drawn on him for the sum of $895.83 in favor of Messrs John Hollingsworth & Co. Stevens also requests a reply to his letter asking about his compensation.