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April 30, 1798 Powder to be Remanufactured Joseph Miller Samuel Hodgdon Miller observes that he has the full quantity of powder on hand that was rejected because of the proof and therefore must be remanufactured. Having nothing to do during the winter except remanufacture the powder, he thought it best to discharge the hands until the weather is warmer. If there is a need for manufacturing powder, Miller will be happy to do it. Joseph Davidson will handle his...
January 20, 1797 Pay of Miller's Recruits Edward Miller William Simmons CITATION Only. Cited in Simmons to Miller 01/25/1797. Submitted receipt roll for Miller, Lieutenant Daniel Bissell, and the recruits under Miller's command to the War Dept. Accountant's Office
June 22, 1796 Money for Retained Bounties, Etc. Edward Miller William Simmons CITATION only. Simmons to Miller 06/30/1796. [Simmons will examine Miller's accounts and vouchers. Notifies Miller that George Fleming will give him the money for paying the "retained bounties" due to soldiers enlisted by Miller. The Secretary of War will write Miller in regards to his request to stay with the Army.]
July 20, 1797 Modes of Proofing Powder Joseph Miller Samuel Hodgdon The requested powder has been ready for some time. As soon as Miller's team returns from Jersey the powder will be delivered. It is fine powder that must be proved. Miller will not make common powder for Hodgdon until some other mode has been found to prove it.
December 25, 1796 Updates to Accounts, Letter to Joseph Shayler to be Forwarded Edward Miller William Simmons Miller corrected missing signature of James Blakeslee on receipt rolls, received Bank Bill from John Chester. Bill exchanged with William Plumb and Miller is waiting for note to clear in New York.
March 28, 1795 Suspending the Settlement of Miller's Accounts Joseph Howell Edward Miller Howell informs Miller that his accounts for recruiting have been called into question. The settlement of his accounts will be suspended and warrants cancelled until these questions have been resolved.
June 7, 1797 Capt. Miller's Account Edward Miller William Simmons Enclosed is Capt. Miller's recruiting account for 8 July 1796 to 28 March 1797 on which are shown the sums paid and the balance due each recruiter. Also shown is the bounty of five dollars paid to Joseph Blossom who has now had a discharge signed by Major Buell.
July 20, 1795 Account of Joseph Howell William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $9.38 is due Joseph Howell being a like sum paid by him to the order of Captain Edward Miller.
June 30, 1796 Apprehension of Deserters, Etc. Edward Miller William Simmons CITATION only. Hagner to Miller 07/06/1796. [Explains the reasons why Miller's recuiting account cannot be placed to Miller's credit on the War Department accountant's books. Speaks of a "premium" paid to soldiers who apprehend Army deserters.]
April 18, 1800 Joseph Miller is Not to be Regarded a Purveyor or Agent to a Purveyor Joseph Miller William Simmons Conversation with Secretary of War confirms opinion stated to Simmons; that Miller not to be considered a purveyor or agent to a purveyor. Discusses Secretary of Navy, who made purchases by agent when Mr. Francis was well.
July 9, 1796 Receipts and pay Peter Hagner Edward Miller Acknowledges receipt of Miller's receipts for bounty paid. Discusses Miller's account and the pay of Miller and his men.
September 24, 1800 Warrant from James Miller James Miller William Simmons Warrant for $7650 Miller requested from Secretary of War. Asks Simmons to deliver it to Mr. Miller Esquire.
June 30, 1796 Money for the pay of Miller's recruits William Simmons Edward Miller Simmons will examine Miller's accounts and vouchers. Notifies Miller that George Fleming will give him the money for paying the "retained bounties" due to soldiers enlisted by Miller. The Secretary of War will write Miller in regards to his request to stay with the Army.
October 20, 1797 Pay of Capt. Miller & His Men Edward Miller William Simmons Miller has received from John Chester, Supervisor for the District of Connecticut, the sum of $92, being the pay of himself and his men for September 1797.
March 14, 1796 Pay of Miller's Company William Simmons Edward Miller Notifies Miller that John Chester will deliver money for Miller's pay and the pay of his men. Discusses issues concerning the pay account of Miller's company.
September 5, 1797 Receipt of Muster and Pay Rolls William Simmons Edward Miller Simmons received letter from Miller dated August 31st which contained muster and pay rolls of his recruits. Total amount: $88.80. Simmons deducted $0.08 for John Deming and $0.10 on the pay of []Martin and Joseph Voughan. New total of $88.52 which Miller will receive from Chester, Supervisor at Weatherfield. Simmons requests duplicate receipts from Miller.
April 3, 1798 Enclosed Muster and Pay Rolls, Status of Pay Edward Miller William Simmons Miller noted that the men had not been paid for three months and were uneasy. Miller advanced as much money as was in his power.
July 10, 1800 Authorization to Receive Answer On Subject of James Miller's Warrant William Miller William Simmons Secretary of War told William Miller he should have answer on warrant applied for by Miller's brother, James. Encloses letter authorizing Miller to received it
May 5, 1796 Pay for Captain Miller and his men William Simmons Edward Miller Notifies Miller that John Chester will provide him the money for the pay of Miller and his men.
March 2, 1797 Capt. Miller's Accounts Edward Miller William Simmons Enclosed is the receipt roll for Capt. Miller, Lt. Daniel Bissell, and the men under Miller's command for January 1797, amounting to $128.34. Also included are the muster and payroll of the recruits at Middletown for February 1797, amounting to $138.13.
October 1, 1795 Settling with Those Who Received Advances Isaac Miller Samuel Hodgdon Miller has settled only with those who received advances and are shown on his return. Parker, Miller, Martin, and Davis have not settled. Parker and Miller have rendered an account of their advances but their accounts cannot be closed until they have settled with those to whom they have made payments. Miller has never seen Martin or Davis.
June 25, 1796 Statement of Bounty Due Edward Miller William Simmons Bounty due soldiers under command of Miller, Capt Bissell, and Eaton enclosed. Miller to give command of his detachment to Lieut.Nisher [Fisher?] at West Point, so Miller can travel to Middletown.
December 29, 1797 Letter Citation Edward Miller William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Miller, 01/08/1798.William Simmons informs Capt. Edward Miller that John Chester will pay him. Simmons provides Miller with his calculations for pay.
November 11, 1796 Money for the pay of Captain Miller's men Peter Hagner John Chester Notification to Chester that he will receive funds that he is to transfer to Captain Miller at Middletown for the pay of Miller, Lt. Daniel Bissell, and Miller's men
November 15, 1800 Payment to James Miller Samuel Dexter James Miller This letter informs Miller that he will be paid for supplies provided to the Quartermaster General.