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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 10, 1794 Obtaining Current Notes Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Notes made out to Caleb Swan, therefore Howell advised that Craig apply to Lieut. Smith for current bank notes to pay troops. Noted transportation of silver.
November 7, 1795 Hayes Account and Payment for People of Cumberland David Henley Joseph Howell Enclosed account of Robert Hayes. Difficulties for people of Cumberland obtaining payments and payment of Kerrs of Salisbury, NC noted.
December 12, 1794 Enclosed John Vermonnet's Receipts George Gale Henry Knox Enclosed John Vermonnet's receipt for $500.00 transmitted to him agreeable to Knox' orders.
September 10, 1795 On the approved furlough of Captain Richard Dale of the Navy John Stagg Joseph Howell Stagg informs Simmons that Captain Richard Dale is about to engage on voyage to China and is by authority of President of United States, on furlough. His pay and subsistence continue to be as if present.
December 17, 1794 Receipt of Samuel Hodgdon Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Hodgdon received $1004 due to the late William Knox for pay as clerk in military stores department.
February 15, 1792 Certification of pay and service Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Lawrence Crowley, 9th Pennsylvania Regiment
December 9, 1793 Account of Moses Nowton Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Moses Nowton, fifer in the late 2nd South Carolina Regiment.
March 25, 1794 Account of James Hamilton Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for James Hamilton, Senior Sergeant in the late 6th South Carolina Regiment.
March 28, 1790 Claim of Lt. Col. Mentges Joseph Howell Henry Knox Howell submits a claim by Lt. Col. Mentges that should be honored based on past precedents, despite the recent repeal of the resolution that legalized such claims.
March 16, 1795 Certificate of Jonathan Haskell regarding pay to deceased soldiers Jonathan Haskell [not available] United States to Major Jonathan Haskell regarding pay advanced to dead soldiers of the 4th Sub Legion.
March 16, 1795 Certificate of Jonathan Haskell of the 4th Sub Legion regarding pay to deceased soldiers Jonathan Haskell [not available] List of pay advanced to dead soldiers. Haskell notes that the men under his command who died were sick and there was no paymaster at the post; each of them had six months pay due from United States.
November 30, 1792 Account of William Belknap Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for William Belknap, late a lieutenant in Jason Livingston's Regiment.
May 26, 1795 Letter Citation Daniel Stevens Joseph Howell Cited in Simmons to Stevens 06/12/1795
September 15, 1797 Request for Delivery of Musket Barrels, Ramrods, & Bayonets William Joseph John Harris Letter, directs delivery of musket barrels, etc.
October 30, 1798 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Brock Cited in Brock to Hodgdon, 11/18/1798.
May 23, 1789 Speech of the United Indian Nations, at their confederate council, held near the mouth of the Detroit River between the 28th Nov. & 18th Dec. 1786. Captain Joseph Brant Congress of the United States Speech of the United Indian Nations seeking peace with United States.
July 7, 1793 Remarks from Captain Brant in the name of the Deputies, addressed to Governor Colonel Simcoe Captain Joseph Brant [not available] N.B. at the Council held at Niagara, before the arrival of the Federal Commissioners, Captain Brant spoke with Upper Canada Governor Colonel Simcoe. Brant gives greetings and expresses peaceful intentions and presents Wampum. Simcoe remarked that he was happy to see them well, and as the commissioners wished to meet the Indians in Simcoe's presence, he should be glad to hear what they have to...
July 9, 1793 Remarks of Federal Commissioners and Indian Chiefs at Sandusky Conference Captain Joseph Brant [not available] Council convened on 9 July 1793 at Navy Hall Niagara. Captain Brant, interpreter furnished opening remarks of good will and conducted ceremony with strings and belts. Chiefs state that the Western Indians are of one mind, and if they can agree with whites, peace may ensue. Prior treaties were not binding because they did not account for all the tribes as one. Chief then provide the nations in...
February 12, 1798 Letter Citation Senator Joseph Inslee Anderson John Adams Cited in McHenry to Anderson, 02/13/1798. Remarks on opinions of recipients regarding the proposed treaty with the Cherokee Indians.