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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 24, 1784 Receipt for certificates Michael Connolly John Pierce Michael Connolly, a courier, issues a receipt for certificates obtained from John Pierce. Connolly also provides a statement of good faith that he will deliver the certificates as directed.
May 16, 1791 Letter Citation Michael Connolly Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Connolly, 05/30/1791.
May 25, 1791 Enclosed Certificate Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Agreeable to Connolly's request, the Commissioner of Army Accounts has transmitted the foregoing certificate, enclosed.
May 16, 1791 Obliging the Heir of a Faithful Soldier Michael Connolly Joseph Howell David Gregg, who served with Connolly during the late war under Captain Strong in the New Establishment , died before his three years expired. His brother is administering his estate and would like to apply for his wages (if any) and determine the amount of his brother's balance. Howell's attention to this matter will much oblige the heir of a faithful soldier.
April 21, 1785 Regarding the pay of Joseph Jones, 2nd New York Regiment Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Connolly opens by noting that the unfortunate has always claimed his attention. Regarding the pay of Joseph Jones, 2nd New York Regiment, he is sick and unable to travel to New York. As Agent for New York Line, asks that Howell send him certificates .
February 4, 1784 Letter from Connolly and Rensselaer Jere. V. Rensselaer John Pierce Connolly and Rensselaer say that they are not able to attend Pierce's office but may able to do so in the future. They add that the intelligence Pierce obtained regarding the forwardness of the General is not dependable.
August 20, 1796 Pay of Edward O'Connolly, Indian Captive William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $162.48 is due Corporal Edward O'Connolly of Capt. Richard Sparks' Company 3rd Sub Legion, being his pay from April 1, 1794, the day he was paid prior to being captured by Indians northwest of the Ohio, to Aug. 18 1796, the day of his arrival in Philadelphia.
May 30, 1791 Account of David Gregg, Deceased Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Howell has examined the returns from the westward and it appears there is due to David Gregg for his services until the day of his death the sum of $46.90. Gregg's brother may be informed that this sum will be paid on application to Howell's office.
March 5, 1784 Pay Transfer Samuel L. Logan John Pierce Order to transfer pay due to Logan to another officer
May 25, 1791 Certified Balance of Pay Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Certifies the balance of pay for Frederick Perkhoff
April 23, 1785 Regarding the treachery of Joseph Jones, Second New York Regiment Michael Connolly Joseph Howell Regarding the treachery of Joseph Jones, Second New York Regiment, he is a villain, having bargained away his wages and clothing, and imposed upon his acquaintances. Apologizes and asks that Howell take no notice of the villain further. If he contacts debts, send him to jail.
March 19, 1784 Authorization to transfer Hutchings' balance Amos Hutchings John Pierce Authorization to pay another officer the balance due on Hutchings account.
May 20, 1791 Account of Frederick Perkhoff Michael Connolly Joseph Howell Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts concerning the pay of a soldier, Frederick Perkhoff, under the command of Schuyler.
February 11, 1784 Settlement of Army Accounts John Pierce Jere. V. Rensselaer Status of the settlement of the Army's accounts. Request for a printer to print an advertisement.
June 14, 1784 Pay account of a New York regiment Michael Connolly Joseph Howell Discusses the settlement of the pay account of a New York regiment.
June 5, 1794 Account of Lewis Dubois Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Colonel Lewis Dubois of the 5th New York Regiment.
March 7, 1800 Reimbursement Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Receipt for money advanced to Connolly received. Mentioned that Wilkins was not pleased that the accounts of the armorers was refused, and threatened he would in turn refuse requests made on the Hospital Department. Mentioned requisition for camp equipage for troops to camp near Pittsburgh.
January 31, 1797 Pay of Michael Upton William Simmons Michael Kalteisen Discusses the pay of Michael Upton who was paid twice for the same period. Mentions that Upton sold his claim for pay to Colonel Stephen Morrison of Kentucky.
September 1, 1792 Regarding case of Michael Stevor Henry Knox Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon will inquire into the case of Michael Stevor and will be punished if he deserves it.
May 25, 1799 Requests Assistance with Objections to Michael Gunkle Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Refers to Michael Gunckle's employment to supply boats at fort with provisions, but objections have been made. Requests assistance with objections to Gunckle's activity.
September 26, 1787 Petition of Michael Henderson John Pierce Secretary of Congress Report on the Petition of Michael Henderson to the Secretary of Congress.
October 28, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Lt. Michael William Simmons Lieutenant John Michael William Simmons informs Lt. John Michael that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
June 6, 1799 Requests Muskets in Albany for Michael Houdin Samuel Hodgdon Edward Jones Believes that the stores in Albany have stocked muskets. Commends storekeeper Michael G. Houdin as a careful, precise accountant. The muskets should be inspected before they are offered to Houdin.
February 6, 1793 Payment to Michael Wilkinson Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $70 to Private Michael Wilkinson of 6th Virginia Regiment.
March 11, 1796 Payment to Captain Michael Kalteisen Daniel Stevens William Simmons Simmons affirms that he made the designated payment to Captain Michael Kalteisen and encloses the receipt.