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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 2, 1799 Deposition of Jane Vander Heyden, supporting claim of Abraham Livingston Jane VanderHeyden John Taylor Certified employment of Livingston and that he did not return to "the domains of his Britanick Majesty".
September 17, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department to Messrs Fuller & Barber William Simmons [not available] Simmons informs Messrs Fuller and Barber to expect payment from Jedidiah Huntingdon.
July 26, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Nanning J. Vischer Simmons informs Vischer that his subsistence claim was disbursed to Messrs. Bleckers.
November 7, 1799 Bill fo Exchange for Tousard's Traveling Expenses Lewis Tousard James McHenry Request to pay Messrs. Gibbs and Channing $400 for Tousard's traveling expenses.
December 11, 1794 Letter to Messrs. Gurney & Smith regarding payment of men at naval ship yard at Philadelphia Henry Knox [not available] Knox requests that Messrs Gurney and Smith pay the men at the ship yard on Saturday at the time of quitting work.
November 30, 1799 Letter to the Superintendent of Military Stores Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Stevens notifies Hodgdon that he has drawn on him for the sum of $895.83 in favor of Messrs John Hollingsworth & Co. Stevens also requests a reply to his letter asking about his compensation.
February 23, 1797 Request to deliver iron to Messrs. Hill, contractors at Portsmouth New Hampshire [not available] Jacob Sheafe Request that Jacob Sheaffe, naval agent at Portsmouth New Hampshire, deliver six tons of iron from public stores to contractors Messrs. Hill for iron work on Algerine frigate. Contracted rate agreed upon: $120 per ton.
1800 Supporting Documents for Canadian Refugees [not available] [not available] Table of supporting documents for claims of refugees from Canada.
August 1, 1799 Payment to Messrs. Bennett and Walls John Armistead James McHenry Requests payment to Messrs. Bennett and Walls.
April 1, 1799 Personal and Business Matters Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Stevens' sister-in-law has appealed to him to purchase her house and mortgage, and he asks Hodgdon to stand as executor of the business. Other business matters discussed.
June 20, 1793 Opinion Respecting a Communication from the Spanish Commissioners Thomas Jefferson [not available] Respecting the letter to the Secretary of State from Messrs. Viar & Jaudenes, it is recommended that a detailed response be prepared regarding the proceedings of the U.S. with respect to the southern Indians and the Spaniards and presented to the Court of Madrid by the U.S. Commissioners.
July 3, 1798 Enclosed Subsistence Account Nanning J. Vischer William Simmons Vischer encloses his subsistence account with a request that it be paid to the order of Messrs. Bleeckers of Albany.
December 11, 1794 Instructions to William Doughty Clerk of the Naval Yard at Philadelphia Henry Knox William Doughty Knox orders Doughty to report weekly to Messrs. Gurney and Smith on the number of men employed at the ship yard and the amount of their wages.
June 8, 1797 Request for Reimbursement John McKee James McHenry In this letter McKee requests 300 dollars in post notes from the Secretary at War. McKee justifies the funds as being necessary for "purchasing horses and paying my expenses here and on my action." To secure the reply, McKee suggests the answer be entrusted to the care of Messrs. Gardner & Mitchell of Savannah. Gardner and Mitchell will then forward the reply to Panton, Leslie and Company. This...
January 1, 1799 Payments to Messrs. Kennedy and Lynch for Nickajack Expedition David Henley James McHenry Pay Messrs. Kennedy and Lynch $1500 for value received payment of Nickajack Expedition on account of defensive protection estimate.
September 25, 1791 Possession of Stores Henry Knox Isaac Craig Messrs. Turnbull and Marnie informed Knox of their legal right to possession of all public stores in Pittsburgh. Knox ordered stores be given over to them upon receipt of proper proof.
January 22, 1795 Payment of Downings Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton Clarification on payment of Messrs. Downings for supplying the Philadelphia and Chester militia divisions with rations. Coxe wants Downings paid for rations supplied.
August 8, 1793 Probable Amount of Rations for the Western Posts Joseph Nourse Alexander Hamilton "Sends 'an estimate of the probable amount of rations which have been and which may be issued from the 1st January 1793 to the 30th September following by Messrs. Elliot & William, contractors for supplying the western posts with provisions.'"
November 14, 1799 Accounts of Messrs. Parrish and Murdoch William Simmons [not available] Simmons explains to Messrs Parrish and Murdock the adjustments made to their accounts.
March 31, 1794 Regarding Accumulated Expense by the Retail Purchase of Medicines Samuel Hodgdon Henry Knox Regarding accumulated expense by the retail purchase of medicines, where no provision is made. Has consulted with Doctor Balfour and Messrs Jackson and Smith, and has made out an invoice containing every article necessary for the year.
September 12, 1800 Inadmissable Charges William Simmons Messrs. Carpentar and Findlay Charges by Messrs. Carpenter and Findley for printing the returns of recruits, monthly returns, and advertising on their paper were inadmissible. the vouchers necessary for settlement are the responsibility of an officer and the authorization of the Secretary of War for printing. None exist, therefore Simmons cannot reimburse them.
October 2, 1799 Bill of Exchange for James and William Park David Henley James McHenry Bill of Exchange for $1,000 due James and William Park for money for paying the regular troops in Tennessee under Lt. Col. Butler.
August 1, 1796 Recommendation for a Building in Which to Store Government Military Stores Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon recommends building a store for nitre alongside an existing store in Campington rather than continuing to store it in the magazine which belongs to Messrs. Wheelen & Miller.
June 27, 1795 Letter to Messrs. Gurney & Smith on their resignation as naval agents and assignment of Tench Francis as replacement Timothy Pickering Messrs. Smith and Gurney Pickering acknowledges receipt of letter by Messrs. Smith and Gurney informing of intention to resign as naval agents at Philadelphia. Purveyor Tench Francis will assume duty as naval agent in their place. Asks that Smith and Gurney transfer papers to Francis.
April 26, 1800 Certification of payment; Messrs. A. Buel and D. Greenleaf for manufacture of cavalry swords, scabbards, and belts at Hartford Connecticut William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $133.40 to Messrs. A. Buel and D. Greenleaf for manufacture of cavalry swords, scabbards, and belts at Hartford Connecticut, agreeably to contract with Department of War.