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May 19, 1796 Transportation of Supplies Benjamin Hawkins James McHenry Creeks might travel to Mr. Seagrove in June, per his invitation. Discussed arrangements with Mr. Johnson for delivery of provisions and issuing them to the Indians.
January 27, 1797 Report of the Secretary of War on the Petition of Michael Van Kleeck and Mary Hibborn James McHenry Congress of the United States Cover letter accompanying letter to Congress from M. Hibborn and M. Van Kleeck, both of which request compensation for military service.
February 15, 1798 Letter Citation Robert Johnson William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Johnson, 04/06/1798; Cited in Simmons to Johnson, 05/02/1798. Simmons informs Johnson that his receipts have come to hand.
January 23, 1797 Petition of Michael Van Kleek and Mary Hibbern James McHenry John Adams Petitions to Congress related to service in Revolutionary War.
December 29, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Robert Johnson William Simmons Robert Johnson William Simmons informs Robert Johnson of the charges against him. Simmons also directs Johnson to send vouchers without delay.
December 17, 1789 Knox writes to Doctor Samuel Johnson Henry Knox Samuel Johnson Letter, advises Johnson re officer at Fort Pitt.
March 9, 1797 Pay of troops at Fort Johnson Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Acknowledges receipt of receipt rolls and pay for the men at Fort Johnson
July 1, 1797 Pay matters at Fort Johnson Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Notifies Simmons that he has paid the men at Fort Johnson two months pay. Discusses hiws receipt and muster rolls. Cited in Simmons to Kalteisen, 07/22/1797.
March 1, 1798 Pay matters at Fort Johnson Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Acknowledges receipt of money for the pay of the Fort Johnson garrison. Discusses his pay roll and receipt roll. Discusses the rules for payment of re-enlistment bounty for soldiers. Sends muster and pay rolls and his "account current." Cited in Simmons to Kalteisen, 05/02/1798.
July 1, 1798 Clothing is Safely Stored at Fort Johnson Michael Kalteisen Samuel Hodgdon The clothing is safely stored at the garrison of Fort Johnson. Enclosed are the returns for the months of May and June 1798.
[not available] Quote from Samuel Johnson James McHenry [not available] One side begins to tell the recipient about something received from Philadelphia. The other quotes Doctor Johnson "It was a most mortifying reflection for any man to consider what he had done, compared with what he might have done." Follows this with a reflection on a historical figure who expected people to keep appointments to the minute.
November 30, 1797 CITATION ONLY Robert Johnson William Simmons CITATION IN FULL TEXT DOCUMENT, GIST OF F.T. AS FOLLOWS: [William Simmons informs Robert Johnson of the charges against him. Simmons also directs Johnson to send vouchers without delay.]
October 28, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Robert Johnson William Simmons Robert Johnson William Simmons informs Robert Johnson that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
October 9, 1795 Certifies bounty entitlement William Simmons Unknown Recipient Certifies that Jacob Johnson of the 5th Maryland Regiment and George Johnson and Patrick Mooney of the Sixth Maryland Regiment were killed in action on 16 August 1780. As such, the administrators of the deceased veterans are entitled to bounty lands authorized by Congress.
November 13, 1798 Comments on Inappropriate Behavior of James Jordan Edward Price James McHenry Reports that James Jordan of St. Mary has departed for Philadelphia, and that his conduct has been very inappropriate.
April 27, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Mary Dunn William Simmons Mrs. Mary Dunn William Simmons informs Mary Dunn that an order in her favor will be issued.
January 27, 1797 [Petition of Mary Hibborn] James McHenry [not available] Requests land promised those in military service due her deceased husband.
May 31, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Daniel Stevens Simmons authorizes Stevens to make payment to Capt. M. Kalteisen at Fort Johnson.
December 1, 1798 Medicine for the Troops Samuel Hodgdon Commanding Officer, Fort Johnson A box containing medicine for the troops at Fort Johnson has been transported.
May 10, 1788 Memorial of Mary Cransbury John Pierce Board of Treasury Report on the Memorial of Mary Cransbury, widow of the late Francis Cransbury in the New York battalion
December 1, 1800 Simmons Requesting that Henley Forward Papers Relating to Johnson's Expedition William Simmons David Henley Simmons is notifying Henley that the militia of Johnson's expedition must be settled agreeably to the provisions of law, and thus requests that Henley forward to Simmons the muster and payrolls as well as any other documents in his possession which establish that payment should be authorized.
July 1, 1798 Pay matters at Fort Johnson Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Acknowledges receipt of money for the pay of the Fort Johnson garrison. Discusses his pay roll. Sends his muster and pay rolls and "account current." Discusses pay due to a returned deserter. Cited in Simmons to Kalteisen, 07/26/1798; Cited in Simmons to Kalteisen, 07/30/1798.
November 24, 1795 Poor Conditions at Fort Johnson Timothy Pickering Daniel De Saussure Request for supplies to repair barracks and prison quarters at Fort Johnson. Captain Kalteisen to oversee building.
January 2, 1797 Pay matters at Fort Johnson Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Encloses receipt roll, muster roll, and pay roll for the Fort Johnson garrison . Discusses the arrival of a new detachment under Lieut. Robeson and their pay status. Encloses account current. His account with Ensign Torrent. Requests money for recruiting. Pay of a sergeant. Pay of soldiers soon to be discharged. Cited in Simmons to Kalteisen 01/02/1797
June 2, 1796 Pay for soldiers at Fort Johnson William Simmons Daniel Stevens Notifies Stevens that he will receive money from the Treasurer that he is to pay to Captain Michael Kalteisen for the pay of his men at Fort Johnson, S.C.