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July 2, 1791 My Mare, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon William Knox Hodgdon's mare should have arrived at Pittsburgh and if neither Swan nor Pickering are willing to take her on account, deliver her to the person who brought this letter and, if necessary, provide him five dollars for her expenses on the road. Relative to the bells wanted for the pack horses, if they have not been made yet, Hodgdon recommends that they be made in Lancaster where they will be made...
March 15, 1799 Appeal of Capt. Lewis John Steele William Simmons Herewith is transmitted a copy of a report made by the auditor ,and admitted by the Comptroller, in favor of Capt. Thomas Lewis in answer to an appeal made by him to the Treasury in response to a decison made by Simmons on his claim.
July 26, 1798 ENCLOSURE: Clothing Pattens Thomas Ewing James McHenry Advises on uniform coats not made to pattern.
September 2, 1791 Payments Made on Account of Depreciation Joseph Howell General William Irvine Howell discusses the inquiry he has made into the payments or advances made by five States to their officers and men on account of depreciation.
March 16, 1790 Report on Army Accounts Memorialist by Commissioner Joseph Howell Henry Knox Howell reported on payments made and questions appropriations made.
August 25, 1799 Return of Clothing Made & Sent to the War Stores Thomas Billington Samuel Hodgdon This is the return of clothing made and sent into the War Stores by Thomas Billington from April 6th through August 24th. Billington also pledges to have 2,738 private infantry coats made within sixty days not withstanding the large number of people leaving the city because of the prevailing sickness. He hopes to be compensated for the extra effort he has expended in meeting his obligations to...
August 28, 1793 Prizes Henry Knox George Clinton Discusses the issue of prizes, governor of "this state" acted in accordance with Neutrality Act.
May 9, 1796 Payments Made to M. Kalterien, A. DeGrasse, Receipts Enclosed Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens made payments per Simmons' instructions and encloses receipts documenting the payments.
September 17, 1795 Account with Errors Corrected Received George Fleming William Simmons Letter from Simmons and Mr. Hagner received. Money for contingent and incidental expenses received and forwarded to Col. Fish. Repairs to Fort Putnam expected to by made shortly to secure repairs made last year. The purchase of materials and labor at lowest possible price has hurt Col. Tossard in his ability to fulfill tasks. Powder magazines and artillery stores to be made as soon as...
September 28, 1795 General Henry Miller certificate of stoppages made from waggoners employed on the late expedition against the insurgents Brigadier General Henry Miller Samuel Hodgdon Based on operations related to Whiskey insurrection in Pennsylvania, a signed letter from General Henry Miller, Quarter Master General of the Militia Army addressed to Samuel Hodgdon. Document contains a list of stoppages made by General Miller from the several waggoners to whom S. Hodgdons made advances.
June 29, 1793 Schedule of Payments Made at the Requisition of the Quartermaster General. Henry Knox [not available] A schedule of the payments made at the requisition of the Quartermaster General.
July 15, 1796 Balfour's Double-Dipping George Balfour William Simmons CITATION only. Simmons to Balfour 09/03/1796. [Discusses the circumstance and resolution of Balfour being paid twice in error for the same period - one payment made to his wife and one made to him at his Army post.]
February 11, 1794 No Stone Unturned in the Public Service Cornelius Lyman Joseph Howell Lyman asserts that he has made few charges against the public relative to his recruiting. He was on horseback most of the time and even went into Vermont. Even though he was responsible for the most of the recruits that were enlisted and was using his own horse in, he has left no stone unturned in the public service. The charges he has made have not only been just but made with the strictest...
July 24, 1791 Bells from Lancaster Samuel Hodgdon William Knox Captain [Jacob] Slough has informed Hodgdon that the bells for the horses that have been mentioned two or three times may be had in any numbers from the stores in Lancaster at a cost of from 26 to 39 each according to their size and other qualities. They are made better in Lancaster than any that may be imported or made elsewhere and at much cheaper rates.
November 14, 1785 Regarding certificates made in the name of the commonwealth Joseph Howell Colonel Lewis Nicola If Nicola wishes have certificate made in the Commonwealth, get Mr. Nicholson to corroborate what Howell has expressed.
September 2, 1800 Allowances in Comformity with Appropriations William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is informed that the statements of his salary accounts have been examined and the allowances made were in comformity with the appropriations made by Congress. No further sums can be allowed without the interference of that body.
August 23, 1793 Payment of Subsistence to Officers Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Alexander Hamilton Wolcott ponders the question of whether the relevant Act requires that when the payment of subsistence to officers is made in money, should it be made by the Paymaster of the Troops? If this is the case, the proposed arrangement must be abandoned.
January 4, 1794 Estimates of the expenses of building and equipping frigates Henry Knox Thomas Fitzsimmons Letter, discusses three estimates of the expenses of building and equipping frigates.
September 15, 1798 Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig discusses a request for supplies made by General Wilkinson and informs Hodgdon of drafts made against his account.
November 23, 1798 Allocation of Recruiting Funds Discussed Francis Kinloch Huger William Simmons Huger mistakenly made payments which should have been made by the contractor. Money furnished by Huger came out of recruiting funds. Capt. Kaltriten assured Huger recruiting advertisements were placed.
April 26, 1799 Attempts to Settle Accounts Following a Robbery Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Wolcott maintains that no loss should accrue to the United States as a consequence of a robbery. But should attempts be made to negotiate the bills, such attempts should be made public through the medium of the newspapers.
January 29, 1799 Request for Issue of Musket Components for Manufacture James McHenry John Harris Issue of various materials to be made into muskets and then returned to the military storehouse.
March 7, 1798 Flannel to be Made Into Cartridges James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver to Tench Francis, the Purveyor, flannel deemed proper to be made into cartridges for the frigates.
September 26, 1798 Payment Must be Made Through Your Employer Samuel Hodgdon James Caldwell Hodgdon notfies Cald\well that payments to him must be made by his employer who in turn must make his requisitions through the Treasury.
June 23, 1793 Blank Pay Rolls Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan wants Howell to send him three or four reams of blank payrolls. Otherwise the payrolls must be made on common paper which will be cumbersome and inconveniente and cannot be made to correspond to the common file.