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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 1, 1796 Credit to Steven's Account William Simmons Daniel Stevens Lists receipts that are to be entered as a credit on Steven's account in the books of the War Department Accountants Office
October 12, 1791 Settlement of public account with waggoner William Knox [not available] William Knox informs McClure and Smith of Carlisle that money to waggoner George Hensar was stopped on information of the transaction from Major Hodgdon.
March 15, 1794 Assignment and Power of Attorney Matthew Allhouse Daniel Steven Power of attorney for Matthew Allhouse, late a soldier in the 1st Pennsylvania Regiment, to Daniel Steven.
April 17, 1794 Assignment and Power of Attorney John McIlvain Daniel Steven Power of attorney of John McIlvain - late a soldier in the 2nd Pennsylvania Regiment - for Daniel Steven.
April 3, 1794 Assignment and Power of Attorney John White Daniel Steven Power of attorney of John White - late a soldier in the Pennsylvania Line - to Daniel Steven.
March 22, 1794 Assignment and Power of Attorney Thomas Lloyd Moore Daniel Steven Power of attorney for Thomas Moore - late a private in the Pennsylvania Line - to Daniel Steven.
September 1, 1792 Major Craig's Invoice of Military Stores Samuel Hodgdon Henry Knox The Commissary of Military Stores encloses Major Isaac Craig's invoice of military and Quarter Master stores to Secretary Knox. The invoice was said to be missing. Supplies include cutting knives, gun powder, cartridges, muskets, writing paper, stationary, and other military provisions.
August 24, 1792 Regarding Invoices, Shipments, Separation of Gun Powder; Level of Ohio River Isaac Craig Henry Knox Reports on receipt of invoices and wagon shipments. Craig is working on separating different kinds of powder. A small proportion is fine enough for rifle; not 1/4 musket powder. Mentions Captain Smith and Captain Mills detachments. Comments that the Ohio River is so low as to be impassable for any craft of burden to descend.
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.
October 11, 1791 Assignment and Power of Attorney Michael Faust Unknown Recipient Power of Attorney for Michael Faust to John Snell. Document certifying the service of Michael Faust, late soldier in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolutionary War.
May 22, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Michael Houdin William Simmons Michael G. Houdin William Simmons notifies Michael Houdin to expect pay from Nicholas Fish.
March 31, 1798 Just Due for Michael LaFlache Horatio R. Dayton William Simmons Since there is no law authorizing money in lieu of rations for privates and non-commissioned officers, what method is there for Michael LaFlache to receive his just due following his discharge?
June 11, 1791 Estimate of money due in the Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] Estimate of money due in the Quartermaster's Department.
May 6, 1796 Receipt of J. Mitchell on Behalf of Michael Kalteisen J. Mitchell [not available] Receipt for money received of David Stevensfor Captain Kalteisen.
October 27, 1794 Pay of Michael G. Houdin [not available] Nicholas Fish The sum of $120 will be remitted to Fish to be paid to Michael G. Houdin at Albany for six month's service.
August 18, 1795 Account of Capt. Michael Kalteisen Daniel Stevens William Simmons $1063.99 has been remitted to be paid to Capt. Michael Kalteisen for which receipts will be required.
November 22, 1796 Pay of Captain Kalteisen's company William Simmons Daniel Stevens Notification to Stevens that he will receive funds that he is to pay to Captain Michael Kalteisen at Fort Johnston for the pay of Kalteisen and his company and the pay of Michael Upton, late a sergeant in Captain William McRea's company.
November 22, 1796 Pay of Sergeant Michael Upton of Captain William McRea's Company William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $18.29 is due Sergeant Michael Upton of Captain William McRea's Company, being his pay from June 1 to August 15, 1795, the date of his discharge.