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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 19, 1800 Certification of payment; William Nicholson, deceased for rations, quartermaster and hospital stores furnished 7th Regiment of Infantry, Petersburg Virginia William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $54.97 to William Nicholson, deceased, for rations, quartermaster and hospital stores furnished Captain Daniel Ball's detachment, 7th Regiment of Infantry, Petersburg Virginia.
April 23, 1795 Pay of Lieutenant Henry Muhlenberg's Non Commissioned Officers and Privates William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $85.50 is due two non-commissioned officers and ten Privates, under the command of Lieutenant Henry Muhlenberg of the Artillerists and Engineers, who marched with Lieutenant Thomas Hutchins to Petersburg.
July 24, 1787 Account information John Pierce Captain Erasmus Gill Letter to Captain Gill from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding his account.
February 11, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons William Fulcher Simmons shows deductions made to Fulcher's claim and provides a new account balance.
February 19, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Edward Carrington Simmons authorizes Carrington to make payment to the executors of the estate of William Nicholson.
August 25, 1789 Parker requests appointment from Knox E. Parker Henry Knox Letter, asks for appointment.
November 2, 1785 Settlement certificate John Pierce James Gibbon John Pierce, Commissioner of Army Accounts, forwards a settlement certificate to Major James Gibbon.
September 10, 1788 Regarding Gibbon's claim and status of Brevet James Gibbon Joseph Howell Has been at a loss since death of Mr. Pierce as to where to apply for claim. Discusses the issue of whether his Brevet was resigned. Refers to letter from General Washington.
December 19, 1792 Request for Clothing John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Request for delivery of overalls for Captain Kerr's Company stationed in North Carolina.
January 15, 1801 Determining Charges for Additional Services William Simmons William Heth Simmons informs Heth that the allowance made in the general statement of Heth's duties encompassed his role as a collector of monies. Simmons requests that Heth direct any additional charges he feels are justifiable to the Secretary of War for the final decision-making, and to collect any still-outstanding monies.
May 24, 1787 William Alexander and Thomas Commander Russell John Pierce William Taylor Writes Colonel William Taylor for more information relating to William Alexander and Thomas Commander Russell, both of whom are in possession of sums of public monies. Alexander was quartermaster in Hillsborough, North Carolina during the Revolutionary War; Russell currently resides in Charleston.
July 24, 1787 Enclosed Copy of Account John Pierce Captain Erasmus Gill Informs Capt. Erasmus Gill that the office has received his letter; Pierce encloses a copy of his account; discusses depreciation.
September 4, 1793 Accounts of Joseph Ellicott Joseph Elliot William Simmons Lists accounts kept by Joseph Ellicott, surveyor.
September 4, 1793 Letter from Constant Freeman to Henry Knox on arms and ammunition for Georgia militia, James Seagrove's 10 September meeting with Creeks, on disagreement between Seagrove and Governor Telfair on whether there is peace with Indians in Georgia, Federal supply of militia troops, the cross-purposes effect of Georgia's war mobilization on Seagrove's meeting with Creeks, Constant Freeman Henry Knox From Augusta, Freeman, agent to Department of War in Georgia reports that arms and ammunition intended for Georgia will arrive in about 10 days. Discusses matter of paying militia and future musters of militia. Reports that there are about 600 militia in service. Seagrove reports that there have been no Indian depredations, but this assessment is at odds with Governor Telfair's. Both Georgia and...
October 16, 1788 Clothing and Foreign Relations William Knox Henry Knox W. Knox discussed military supply issues. Feared clothing would not be ready for troops by the contracted date. Knox not yet written to Col. Wadsworth for money to fund Pratt's march.
October 28, 1797 Regarding Fever in Philadelphia, and Foreign Affairs with France, Prussia, England, & Russia Timothy Pickering [not available] Comments on the likelihood of fever dying down in Philadelphia, allowing Congress to meet there. Informs Adams of meetings between a U.S. messenger and Talleyrand of France; comments on continuing friction between the U.S. and France. Mentions correspondence which covers the treatment of certain American ships in French ports. Mentions John Quincy Adams' inquiry to the Prussian minister of...
January 1, 1800 Balances Due the United States, 1st of January 1800 Unknown Author [not available] This is a 37 page list of those who have balances owed to the United States.