Viewing 1–9 of 9 documents: "Mr. Ritchie"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 30, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Abner Ritchie Simmons informs Ritchie that his accounts remain open on the books of the Accountant's Office. Simmons directs Ritchie to close his accounts as soon as possible.
December 1, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting Abner Ritchie William Simmons Abner Ritchie William Simmons informs Abner Ritchie that his account records have been received.
November 26, 1797 Accounts Received Abner Ritchie William Simmons William Simmons informs Abner Ritchie that his account records have been received.
November 23, 1791 Suggests Purchase of Corn for Horses in Winter John Armstrong Samuel Hodgdon Reports that Mr. Ritchie has delivered a few barrels of corn. Suggests they buy more corn from him for horses during the winter months going to and from Jefferson.
March 30, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Abner Ritchie Simmons discusses settlement of the Maryland Militia's account of expenses incurred during the Whiskey Rebellion.
October 23, 1795 Quartermaster General's Intention of Resigning, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon The fifteen post notes of $100 have arrived. The Quartermaster General says he intends to resign and believes that he will not be replaced. The four wagons that James Ritchie loaded with hospital stores have arrived. Since winter is imminent, any additional wagons should hasten to their destinations.
June 1, 1798 Contents & Value of the Missing Box Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Hodgdon cautions that one of Major Swan's ten boxes is missing and it is essential, prior to settling George Rictchie's account, to know the contents and value of the missing box.
April 27, 1795 Abstract of Payments Made by David Henley Office of Army Accounts [not available] Abstract of payments made by David Henley, Agent to the Department of War, on account of expenses arising in his office from October 1794 to April 1795.
July 10, 1800 I hear several of the public offices are removed to Washington... Maria Hodgdon Samuel Hodgdon Mrs. Hodgdon reminds Samuel not to work too hard and to try and get some exercise. She chides him for visiting a friend and not extending his journey to her nearby village. She refers to the removal of some public offices to the new seat of government.