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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 9, 1791 Invoice of Pay and Pensions for Invalids Henry Knox James Tilton The letter provides a list of pay and pensions due to military invalids in Delaware, with notation of those who have moved or are deceased. The second page concludes with an order to pay the pensions out of treasury funds.
February 13, 1794 Amount Charged for the Use of the Recruiting Service Joseph Howell John Crawford Captain Crawford is currently charged with the sum of $1200 for the use of the recruiting service and must submit his recruiting account with enlistments and receipts for bounty paid to settle his levy account.
January 23, 1794 Warrant for Ensign Levy McLean Joseph Howell George Clymer A warrant is issued in Clymer's favor for $200 to be remitted to Ensign Levy McLean at Lancaster for the use of the recruiting service.
August 1, 1798 Letters of Recommendation Enclosed Nathan Levy Alexander Hamilton Levy encloses letters of recommendation for himself for a commission as an officer in the Army.
April 30, 1794 Account of Levy Quick Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Levy Quick, late private in the 5th South Carolina Regiment.
April 25, 1792 Two Chests of Tea, Etc. Charles Wilkins Samuel Hodgdon Upon inquiry, Wilkins finds that Mr. Levy, one of the gentlemen that purchased the remains of Mr. Duncan's goods, has Hodgdon's two chests of tea in his possession. If Hodgdon has any ideas as to how to dispose of the tea, Wilkins awaits his instructions.
August 8, 1800 EXTRACT: Retention of Van Rensselear James Wilkinson James McHenry Advises retention of Major Van Renssalear despite the disbanding of some military units.
June 30, 1792 Note from the War Office ordering powder horns and levies' clothing to be forwarded to Pittsburg and wagons to Trenton [not available] [not available] War Office document directs 200 powder horns and bullet pouches and all the levy clothing in store to go on to Fort Pitt, and 2 four horse wagons to be hired to go to Trenton New Jersey, then to New Brunswick New Jersey if they should not meet the troops before, for Captain Phelan's detachment on the march to Fort Pitt.
March 28, 1791 Letter from the Governor of Connecticut Samuel Huntington Henry Knox This letter from the Governor of Connecticut confirms receipt of the federal levy for 152 soldiers.
January 10, 1792 Difficulty of Final Adjustment of Levy Accounts Samuel Hodgdon Henry Knox The loss of vouchers during the late action and the dispersal of the levies makes it difficult to settle all accounts but since all advances have been recorded, there will be no loss to the public.
January 24, 1794 Advance for the Use of the Recruiting Service Joseph Howell Levi McClean And advance of $200 has been remitted, through George Clymer, for the use of the recruiting service, for which duplicate receipts will be required.
November 5, 1792 Entries of Receipts Bezaleel Howe Melancton Smith Receipt for pay and pay of troops.
March 24, 1800 [Account of Halsted's losses] John Halsted [not available] Lists losses sustained by Halsted during his service in American Army. He was forced to abandon his home and property
November 1798 Beard's Account William Simmons Richard Sparks There appears to be a contradiction between the account stated for Levy Beard and the certificate. The first expresses that there is due him some articles of clothing and the other shows no balance. There is also information regarding Beard and a mare belonging to the United States so Simmons needs to know what became of the mare.
February 5, 1798 Request for Issue of Clothing to an Enlisted Man James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of various articles of clothing to an enlisted man.
February 4, 1796 Clothing Return Jonathan Meigs Samuel Hodgdon Clothing stores at Fort Washington accounted for in detail.
May 20, 1790 Samuel Hodgdon's Receipt for Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Stagg Return of clothing received of Smith & Sheppard for the use of the Levy Troops, Philadelphia May 20th 1791.
July 14, 1791 Troops to March for Fort Pitt, Recruiting Discussed Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler Troops to march to Fort Pitt, prior to departure for expedition to frontier in September. Deficiencies in troops must be made up through additional levy recruits.
January 27, 1790 Confirmation to Secretary of War of delivery of money Joseph Howell Henry Knox Confirmation of delivery of money to Levy Pease to be delivered Captain Joseph Savage.
March 2, 1790 Muster Rolls of Late Virginia Line Joseph Howell Henry Knox Writes the War Secretary that he has examined the muster rolls of the late Virginia Line, along with the accounts of the state of Virginia for depreciation granted to the troops. Proceeds to list various officers and soldiers of interest.
March 1, 1794 Circular Letter of 23rd January 1794 and form of a recruiting account Joseph Howell Cornelius Lyman Howell encloses a copy of his Circular letter of 23 January and a form of a recruiting account.
November 4, 1796 Examination of Casper Iserloan Casper Iserloan [not available] Iserloan attests that the two annexe powers of attorney are those described by him in his deposition. He states that the big man he mentioned in his deposition may be Thomas Aikens.
March 10, 1791 Knox discusses frontier defense with Peters Henry Knox R. Peters Letter, discusses measures for frontier defense; discusses state levy.
July 20, 1799 Certificate of John Dyer Mercier John Halsted [not available] Certificate respecting John D. Mercier, formerly of Canada, asserting that he was a successful merchant in Canada before siding with the Americans during the revolution.
March 11, 1799 Affidavit of Joseph Cormeir and John Baptiste Labonte Charles Platt [not available] Testament that Levitte, Canadian native supporter of American cause, sustained damage to his home and farm by British troops.