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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 1, 1797 Marine Clothing to Captain William MacRea William Jones John Harris "Be pleased to deliver to Captain William MacRea of the frigate United States, twelve suits of marine clothing."
August 22, 1797 Listed Articles to Captain MacRea James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver the listed articles to Captain MacRea.
November 18, 1797 Clothing and Cartridges for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver one sergeant's suit of Marine clothing and thirteen dozen musket cartridges to William MacRea, Lieutenant of Marines on board the frigate "United States."
January 10, 1798 Clothing & Arms for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver 18 Marine muskets with accoutrements, one suit of sergeant's clothing, and three dozen flints to Lieutenant MacRea for the Marines on board the frigate "United States," John Barry, commander. The muskets McRea now has on hand should be returned to the store.
December 16, 1797 Drum-Sticks for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris "Be pleased to deliver Lieutenant William McRea for the Marine service on board the 'United States' one pair of drum-sticks."
December 1, 1797 Knapsacks, Drumheads, and a Company Book to MacRea James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver ten knapsacks, a pair of drumheads, and a company book to Lieutenant MacRea for the use of the Marines on board the "United States."
March 20, 1797 MacRea's Just Compensation William MacRea William Simmons MacRea points out that while he was in Detroit during the derangement he was doing the duty of Sub Legionary Major after Capt. Guion went on furlough. Therefore, it would only be fair for him to receive the extra pay and rations for those additional duties that he never obtained before leaving the Army.
April 4, 1797 Charges to MacRea's Account William MacRea William Simmons MacRea expresses his surprise that he is charged with monies from 1792 and 1793 related to his own pay and that of a detachment he marched to Pittsburgh. He has always been careful about transmitting his receipts and arranging for the proper deductions from his account.
April 17, 1797 MacRea's Account William MacRea William Simmons MacRea discusses his account and hopes that the certificate respecting the contingent money proven before the Mayor of the City will be sufficient to have said account credited with $57.
April 11, 1797 Captain MacRea's account William Simmons William MacRea Cover letter forwarding a copy of MacRea's account with the War Office.
January 20, 1798 Drum Heads for the Frigate "United States" James McHenry John Harris "Be pleased to deliver to Lieutenant William MacRea for the Marines on board the frigate 'United States' two drum heads."
June 25, 1800 Advance of pay and subsistence Captain William MacRea Samuel Dexter Paymaster General Dexter refers to copy of letter from Captain William MacRea of Second Regiment Artillerists and Engineers. Dexter approves MacRea's request for settlement of his account.
May 16, 1798 Marine Clothing to Lieutenant McRea James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver six complete suits of of Marine's clothing to Lieutenant William McRea for the Marines on board the Frigate "United States."
February 16, 1796 Regarding Marine Committee & Building of Frigates Captain Thomas Truxtun Josiah Fox Letter, asks for information regarding Marine committee; mentions Congress; alludes to raising Frigates.
March 24, 1797 Pay & Subsistence of Captain William MacRea William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $421.84 is due Captain William MacRea, being for the six month's pay and subsistence allowed him by the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797.
February 9, 1798 Muster Roll of Officers & Men on the Frigate "United States" Captain John Barry [not available] Muster Roll of the Officers, Petty Officers, Seaman, Ordinary Seaman, and Marines on board the Frigate "United States" under the command of Captain John Barry in the service of the United States from the 8th of January 1798, the time they were last mustered, to the 9th of February 1798.
September 4, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of William Thurston William Thurston [not available] Thurston acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
June 25, 1800 Advance of Pay and Subsistence Captain William MacRea William MacRea Samuel Dexter MacRea received furlough for health reasons. He requests that Dexter direct paymaster general to pay him pay and subsistence and advance him three months pay.
September 2, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Thomas Gordon Thomas Gordon [not available] Gordon acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
June 4, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Fitzgerald Simmons informs Fitzgerald that Capt. William MacRea's receipt was received.
October 30, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Hamilton Lowry Hamilton Lowry [not available] Lowry acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
September 1, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of John McCue John McCue [not available] McCue acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
August 24, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Robert Hasen Robert Hasen [not available] Hasen acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
March 30, 1797 Accounting for money received William Simmons William MacRea Notification that MacRea stands charged on the accountant's books with monies received for his pay, the pay of a detachment, and the contingencies of marching the detachment to Pittsburgh. Simmons requests accounting for the sums before he will issue MacRea's six months pay
December 1, 1800 Request for Blankets for Use of the Marine Corps Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Directs the delivery of 1102 blankets for the use of the Marine Corps.