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June 19, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John King Simmons provides accounting instructions to King.
April 15, 1793 Talks from Bird King to James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent regarding perpetrators at robbery and murder Traders Hill St Marys Bird King Cussetas King James Seagrove Talks from Bird King, also known as Bird Tail King. He sends the beloved white wing and asks that Seagrove see it as a symbol of friendship. Asks that Seagrove send the white wing and talks to great father General Washington. Bird King wishes for peace; wants his women and children to grow up. Reports that upper towns have sent off to have Galphin and Upton taken. Indians say Galphin was the...
March 12, 1785 Petition for pay Joseph King Congress of the United States Petition of Joseph King to Congress concerning pay for service in the Revolutionary War
May 16, 1788 Account of Mr. Joseph King Joseph Howell James Mott From the letter book of Joseph Howell, Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts in the Board of Treasury's Office of Army Accounts. Discusses the account of Mr. Joseph King.
March 12, 1787 Settling of accounts John Pierce Joseph King The Commissioner of Army Accounts asks Joseph King to come to New York to personally settle his accounts.
April 10, 1787 Securities received Thomas Patten John Pierce Joseph King has written to Patten concerning securities that he received for his men.
1793 The speech of Nioctsaw Mico or Sick King a Simanolla. Chief Sick King James Seagrove Undated letter, presumably written during spring or summer of 1793, translated by Langley Bryant with sworn testimony by Joseph Ellicot, surveyor, that the document is an exact copy. Addressing James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent, the Sick King of the Simanolla gives assurances that his people will not join the mad people and go to war against the whites. His people are not like those in the mad...
May 20, 1794 Letter Citation David Henley James King Cited in King to Henley, 07/27/1794; Rickard to Henley, 07/20/1794.
November 13, 1787 Cited letter or document, Joseph King to Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to King 11/25/1787
November 15, 1787 Cited letter or document, Joseph King to Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to King 11/25/1787
March 6, 1793 Power Which Must be Granted Governor of Kentucky Rufus King Henry Knox King writes that Knox must give the Governor of Kentucky the power to protect the road between Virginia and Kentucky.
April 15, 1793 Letter from Alexander Cornell on behalf of self and upper Creeks on the robbery and murder at Traders Hill St Marys Alexander Cornell James Seagrove Cornell reports that war is imminent. Old Tallissic [sp] King, and his people are at war, joined by the Colummys. Indians are like mad people; running crazy. Cornell says he has done in the upper towns what Seagrove instructed and there is nothing more to do. Upper towns want peace, except for two towns. This King, who once gave land away; now wants to do mischief against whites. Whatever...
November 13, 1799 Certification of payment; King and Crozier for articles and merchandise furnished for the Indian Quartermaster and War Department William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $411.89 to King and Crozier for articles and merchandise furnished for the Indian Quartermaster and War Department.
January 11, 1788 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with Joseph King Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell informs Joseph King that he is not entitled to be issued a certificate.
July 15, 1793 Indian Land Treaty of 1783 Federal Commissioners Treaty at Sandusky [not available] Ownership of land near Great Lakes is erroneous. United States gained the right to claim land through the grant of the King of England, but the Indian Nations decided to revoke that right to claim.
July 16, 1799 Cited Document John King William Simmons Cited letter or document; cited in Simmons to King, 07/18/1799.
March 14, 1793 Joseph King late Agent to the Regiment of Artificers in Account with the United States. Joseph Howell Joseph King Settlement with Joseph King late Agent to the Reg. of Artificers in Account with the United States.
July 1, 1794 Payment of Accounts James King David Henley King does not have funds to pay money due men for service. Accounts are forwarded to Henley, or in his absence Oliver Wolcott, for payment.
July 17, 1795 Concerning future pay William Simmons Edward Voss Informs Ensign Edward Voss that Edward Carrington will pay him and the recruits at Fort Nelson.
August 16, 1799 Acknowledgement of Receipt of Medical Officer Recommendation James McHenry John Adams Acknowledges receipt and filing of recommendations for Dr. David King to be appointed medical officer.
September 12, 1799 Account for John King for the 11th Infantry Regiment William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Statement of articles furnished 11th Infantry Regiment at Elizabeth Town New Jersey upon order Colonel Ogden by John King contractor.
May 7, 1799 Filling the Position of Clerk to Colonel Craig Ezekiel King Samuel Hodgdon Having heard that Colonel Craig is looking for a clerk to come to Pittsbugh, King declares that he is interested in the position. Though he wishes to leave Philadelphia with his family , he is concerned about the expense in moving so great a distance. Therefore, in addition to requesting a recommendation, he asks Hodgdon about possible assistance.
September 22, 1794 Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton Rufus King Letter from Secretary Hamilton to Senator Rufus King of New York. Image not available.
September 28, 1799 Forwarding letters to and from Count Rumford Rufus King James McHenry Forwards a copy of the correspondence between Rufus King and Count Rumford, in which Rumford politely declines the appointment for Inspector General of the Artillery.
July 27, 1794 Thanks for Advance James King David Henley King thanks Henley for the advanced money, mentioned difficulty purchasing goods.