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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 20, 1786 John Smith Certificate Joseph Howell Richard Humpton There are two John Smiths in the 10th Regiment but the one referred to in a previous inquiry by the recipient is the one who should apply to Mr. Nicholson for his Certificate.
June 17, 1786 Pay of John Smith Richard Humpton Joseph Howell The author seeks the pay for John Smith who was a prisoner and wants his pay for the time he was held in captivity. The author had written an earlier letter in which he had mistakenly referred to "James Smith." The author does not know how long Smith was a prisoner but every time he sees him he asks about his settlement.
April 9, 1792 Bushels of Lime John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith informs Hodgdon that he has procured 8 bushels of lime and would have sent more but it is so bad in quality that he would rather have sent none. Miten [?] would not trouble himself to go and would not send a hand to the hill and said he must have $15 a bushel for it. Smith would have lost a guinea rather than take it had it not been to oblige Hodgdon and had he not given his word to Mr....
May 24, 1791 Closing the Accounts of Burbeck and Smith Joseph Howell Henry Burbeck A bill has been transmitted on John Habersham, Collector for the Port of Savannah, being for the seven month's pay needed to complete the pay of Burbeck's and Smith's Companies for the year 1790. Howell is anxious to have Burbeck's and Smith's muster rolls and receipts for the monies paid their men so that he can close their accounts in the books of his office.
March 10, 1800 Keeping Col. Smith Out of Jail Alexander Hamilton William Burrows Hamilton applauds Burrows for not forcing the issue on Col. Smith's debt to the extent that he would have gone to jail, which would have ruined Smith. Hamilton seconds Col. Troup's advice to use anonymous names for the bail of Smith.
August 1, 1794 Exoneration of Accountability of Lt. Campbell Smith Joseph Howell Campbell Smith Receipts have been received from Mr. Swan for the money transmitted to Lt. Smith for the pay of troops so Smith is exonerated from any accountability in the transaction.
December 3, 1798 Enclosed Receipt of Campbell Smith John Kilty William Simmons Encloses receipt for sum remitted to Lieutenant Campbell Smith.
May 22, 1800 Reaction to Col. Smith's Proposal John Adams Alexander Hamilton Adams encloses a letter from Lt. Col. William S. Smith to which he requires Hamilton's reaction. Smith asks that his brigade, which has been dismissed, be taken to fill up the second regiment of the Artillerists and Engineers which is currently vacant.
December 2, 1800 Pay to Captain Campbell Smith of the 4th Infantry Regiment John Wilkinson Caleb Swan Order for payment to Captain Campbell Smith.
October 3, 1791 Bounty & Premiums for Recruiting Joseph Howell John Smith The Secretary of War has directed that $320 be transmitted to Smith for the bounty and premiums awarded for the recruitment of forty men. Smith will receive Post Notes of the Bank of North America for that sum for which duplicate receipts should be returned to the Secretary.
May 13, 1797 Account of David Smith David Smith William Simmons Smith explains the details of his account.
June 16, 1795 Certificate of Discharge for John Smith by George Gillaspy George Gillaspy Constant Freeman Certificate, surgeon's mate certifies that John Smith is unfit for military service because of lameness and impaired vision.
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.
October 14, 1798 Receipt for Simeon Smith Transmitted Jedediah Huntingdon William Simmons Encloses the receipt of Simeon Smith.
March 1, 1799 Reports Loss of Key to Mr. Smith's Store; Injury and Ruin of Stores Samuel Hodgdon William Nichols The key to Mr. Smith's store has not been returned. This will cost the US. Requests return of key. Smith is not entitled to the rent already received. He has removed stores for his own accommodation. Many articles injured; some ruined.
April 25, 1794 Letter from Ensign Campbell Smith John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War has directed Stagg to transmit to Hodgdon the enclosed letter from Ensign Campbell Smith at Lancaster and dated April 23rd.
February 17, 1794 Account of John Smith Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for John Smith, private in Warley's Company, 3rd South Carolina Regiment.
March 6, 1793 Account of John Smith Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for John Smith, late sergeant in the 4th South Carolina Regt.
July 27, 1791 Smith appeals to Knox to authorize military leave for a brother William Smith Henry Knox Letter, due to family hardship Smith asks for leave for his brother, Captain Smith.
November 27, 1794 Account of John Smith Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for John Smith, late Sergeant in the 1st South Carolina Regiment
February 14, 1792 Accomodation of Sixty Horses John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith assures Hodgdon that rather than be judged as an enemy of his country, he would resign his business. But if the accomodation of Hodgdon's horses is acceptable to Hodgdon Smith can take in sixty for the time prescribed.
July 23, 1800 Necessary Portions of Meat and Vegetables, Etc. John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith has received the bill of fare and thanks Hodgdon for his kind attention. The provisions they have received are satisfactory and Smith has written to Jones & Thompson since they furnished the supplies. He has specified the portions of meat and vegetables that he thinks is necessary for each man.
[not available] Regarding John McClennon's Business Anthony Dey William Simmons Dey has followed instructions regarding John McClennon's business. Tracks McClennon's service, and is not sure that he ever received his pay.
July 24, 1799 Fortifications at Baltimore and a request for more funds Samuel Smith John Adams Congressman Samuel Smith requests more money be allotted to the erection of fortifications surrounding Baltimore than the $20,000 that Smith deems a deficient sum.
May 24, 1800 Regarding Colonel William S. Smith James McHenry John Adams Responds to Adam's note of the previous day enclosing a letter from William S. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel of the 12th Regiment of Infantry. McHenry considers the legality, justice, and pridence of Smith's request for a special appointment and his own battalion.