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April 13, 1793 Letter from Bird King Cussetas King to Major Gaither on trouble caused by Halfway King Bird King Cussetas King Henry Gaither Bird King has heard that Halfway King is causing trouble. Says it is not wish of Creek nation be at war; it is only one town, the Halfway House King and obstinate mad persons who will not listen. Says he abides by talks from Major Seagrove. Expects matters to be settled when he arrives. Says it is a pity United States should suffer because of a party of bad people. Advises to guard against...
June 2, 1792 Modern Printed Transcription of Letter/Document, James Durouzeaux to James Seagrove James Durouzeaux James Seagrove Durouzeaux reports on the activies of sundry Indian chiefs.
August 20, 1798 Payment to William King David Henley James McHenry Request for money due W. King for payment of army.
February 15, 1794 [PRIVATE] Meeting with King and Jay George Washington Henry Knox Discusses offensive correspondence and possibility of meeting with King and Jay to discuss its contents.
August 19, 1785 Cited letter or document, Joseph King to John Pierce Joseph King John Pierce cite only Cited inPierce to King, 09/01/1785.
April 22, 1795 Meeting with Mr King on the matter of reducing copper Timothy Pickering Tench Francis Mr King will reduce the large copper. Terms of payment discussed. Mr King can reduce the copper bolts at Baltimore. Discusses how much copper should be forwarded.
April 19, 1793 Letter from Major Henry Gaither to Secretary of War Henry Knox on the robbery and murder at Traders Hill St Marys Henry Gaither Henry Knox Report, based on information from Bird King and Cussetah King, that Halfway House King and his warriors are determined to shed blood. Has informed militia officers; some have offered services and are scouting. Many fires on Indian side of Oconee. Will send spy for more information. Soldiers are healthy; received stores from Rocklanding.
[not available] Catalogue of Books and Maps purchased of the Hon. Rufus King ($1334) Rufus King William Faden Catalog of Books and Maps purchased of the Hon. Rufus King ($1334).
August 26, 1799 Requests Payment for Mr. King and Mr. Cozier to Pay Army David Henley James McHenry Requests payment for Mr. King and Mr. Cozier to pay the army from April to June 1799.
March 9, 1798 Enlistment Pledge of Mathias King Mathias King [not available] King 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.
April 4, 1794 Account of Robert King Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Robert King, late lieutenant in the 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment.
June 14, 1799 Paid Advance to Mr. King; Sent Letter to Broome Littler & Co. Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Includes Mr. King's receipt for his advance. Delivery of letter to Broome Littler & Co.
April 16, 1788 Certificates of Joseph King John Pierce Captain Thomas Patton Discusses the settlement with Joseph King for the certificates he received as agent for Colonel Baldwin's Regiment.
March 13, 1785 Rufus King encourages Knox to accept nomination to Secretary at War Rufus King Henry Knox Rufus King sends to Henry Knox a letter acknowledging the insufficiency of the salary of Secretary of War. But King asks Knox to consider reimbursement for travel and rent to assuage any inclinations Knox may have about rejecting the appointment due to low pay.
September 1, 1798 Seeks Commission for Mr. King for France William Vans Murray James McHenry Seeks commission for Mr. King, who recently agreed to take Mr. Dandridge for his secretary. Briefly mentions diplomatic efforts with France. Requests that he be firm and persuasive.
November 6, 1791 Contemporary Copy of Letter made from Recipient's Files, Joseph Ellicot to Henry Knox Joseph Ellicot Henry Knox Surveyor Joseph Ellicott tells Knox of his contacts with several southern chiefs, each of whom expressed a desire for peace
December 13, 1787 Joseph King discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell Joseph King explains to Joseph Howell what he wants from Mr. Phillips.
February 2, 1787 Cited letter or document, Joseph King to John Pierce Joseph King John Pierce Cite only; no image Cited in Pierce to King, 03/12/1787.
May 24, 1794 Letter Citation John King Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to King 07/16/1794
May 15, 1799 Recommendation of Ezekial King Robert Ellis Samuel Hodgdon Ellis and Betterton certify that they have known Ezekial King for many years and consider him fully qualifed to fill the vacancy in Major Craig's office.
November 1, 1797 Mr. King's Secretary William Vans Murray James McHenry Letter, encloses letters for Washington and Adams; discusses Mr. King's hiring of secretary.
September 26, 1789 Talk of the White Bird King to US commissioners [not available] [not available] Pays compliments to the US Commissioners, but says the Creeks have been at the river for a long time and have become tired. Hunting time is coming soon. Hopes that the whites behave and do not steal the Creek's horses. Says that although nothing to be done about the treaty, hopes it may be done hereafter. Then the Cussetah King arose and lighted a pipe and presented it to the commissioners. The...
January 28, 1788 Joseph King discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell Joseph King request a certificate from Joseph Howell.
April 19, 1787 Settlement of accounts Joseph Howell Thomas Patten Settlement of account for certificates received of Mr. King will be necessary previous to Patten receiving any compensation. Howell doubts that Patten can be considered an agent as Mr. King has receipted to Mr. Pierce for all the certificates.
August 4, 1797 Request to Forward Enclosed Request for Secretary Rufus King James McHenry Enclosed letter to William Hemsley of Baltimore requesting him to sail to London and serve as King's secretary in place of King's brother. King uncertain if he can send medals to McHenry. Trumbull promised to "prepare the devices" and "Bollen is ready to receive and execute them."