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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 23, 1794 Reverend Doctor Jones Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Letter from Major General Wayne to the Secretary of War concerning the Reverend Doctor Jones and Isaac Zane.
December 4, 1792 Account of Reverend Mansfield Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Reverend Isaac Mansfield, late a chaplain. Mansfield is owed 249 dollars.
March 21, 1800 The Reverend Mr.Hill Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Alexander Hamilton Pinckney extols the virtues of the Reverend Mr. Hill whose oration commemorating the military and civic virtues of the late Commander in Chief is a specimen of his talents. Inquired if Capt. Izard accepted his appointment under Mr. Smith for foreign diplomacy.
December 11, 1788 Accounts of Reverend William Plumb Joseph Howell William Plumb Howell examined accounts of Reverend William Plumb. Notes that he is not authorized to issue the certificate only to the Treasurer of the state on whom it was drawn. Disagrees that the certificate should bear interest from the year 1777.
July 31, 1786 Memorial of Reverend Robert Smith John Pierce Unknown Recipient Mentions a resolution from Congress of 1785, along with a memorial of Rev. Robert Smith, chaplain of the General Hospital for the United States of America, out of Charleston.
January 2, 1796 Pay Relinquished by David Henley, Agent of the War Department William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $30 is due David Henley, Agent of the War Department, being the part of his pay relinquished quarterly to the Reverend Burgiss Allison from October to December 1795.
July 31, 1786 Memorial of Reverend Robert Smith John Pierce Nathaniel Gorham Letter to the President of Congress, Nathaniel Gorham, respecting the Memorial of Reverend Robert Smith. Mentions Doctor David Oliphant, deputy director of the Southern Hospital.
April 16, 1795 Payment of Reverend David Jones, Chaplain to United States Legion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $315 is due to the Reverend David Jones for the balance of his compensation as Chaplain to the Legion of the United States from May 1794 to March 1795.
December 29, 1800 Claim for bounty lands Samuel Dexter Reverend Thomas Ellison Dexter informs the Reverend of the status of Mrs. Martha Bogart's claim for bounty lands. Bogart is the widow of a Canadian refugee.
March 5, 1800 Recommendation for Chaplain Alexander Hamilton Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Thomas Parker has recommended the Reverend William Hill for chaplain.
January 13, 1790 Accounts of the Late Virginia Line Joseph Howell Henry Knox Letter discusses the accounts of two members of the late Virginia line, Reverend John Hurt and John McGarragh.
July 25, 1786 Concerning service as chaplain Timothy Dwight John Pierce Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts from the Reverend Timothy Dwight, concerning his account as chaplain under the army.
July 25, 1786 Account of a Reverend Timothy Dwight, chaplain in the army John Pierce Timothy Dwight Concerning the account of Reverend Timothy Dwight, who served as chaplain in a brigade of the army between 1777-1779.
October 13, 1795 Pay Relinquished by David Henley, agent of War Department William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that thirty dollars is due David Henley, Agent of the War Department, being the part of his pay relinquished quarterly to the Reverend Burgess Allison from July through September 1795.
July 6, 1795 Pay relinquished by David Henley, Agent War Department William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of thirty dollars is due David Henley, being so much of his pay relinquished quarterly to the Reverend Burgess Allison for April-June 1795.
June 28, 1794 Transport of Supplies Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Request for special solder, and amounts of money required to purchase necessary Quartermaster General's stores. Notification that a number of loaded waggons are on the road. Canteens requests to arrive shortly.
June 17, 1795 Crimes and Punishment for Murder Anthony Wayne Timothy Pickering Described "dark and mysterious business" of persons in Kentucky not paying taxes on stills and whiskey, advised that Reverend Doctor Flaget might be able to provide information on the subject. Mentioned breaking laws, murder, and trying criminals in Spain for crimes committed in Kentucky.
April 21, 1792 Letter from Secretary of War Henry Knox to the Reverend Samuel Kirkland informing that the President of United States General George Washington can accomodate twenty two of the Indians Chiefs for dinner on 22 April 1792 Henry Knox Reverend Samuel Kirkland Knox informs the Reverend Kirkland that President of United States General George Washington has invited 22 of the most respectable Indian Chiefs, exclusive of Kirkland and interpreter, to dinner on 22 April 1792.
December 12, 1800 Letter Citation Reverend Thomas Ellison Samuel Dexter Cited in Dexter to Ellison, 12/29/1800.
September 15, 1796 Secretary at War directs the conduct of Indian affairs with Chapin James McHenry Israel Chapin Jr Letter, informs re Indian annuities; mentions compensation for Indian murder.
February 10, 1794 Debts of an Oneidan Indian Joseph Howell Reverend Samuel Kirkland The sum of $17.79 is being provided to Rev. Kirkland for the purpose of discharging the debts of an Oneidan Indian named Peter [illegible}.
January 29, 1794 Letter from the Sachems and Warriors of Oneida Nation complaining of the Reverend Samuel Kirkland Sachems and Warriors Oneida Nation Timothy Pickering Communication from the Oneida Sachems and Warriors to Timothy Pickering (addressed as Konnehsut) Board of Commissions. Sachems ask that Pickering hear their voices. They relate that their forefathers lived in ignorance; the people of the great waters extended their charity and sent missionaries among them who proclaim good tidings to their ears. At length was sent Samuel Kirkland and Mr...
November 25, 1791 Indian Affairs George Clinton Henry Knox Discusses current Indian Affairs [largely illegible burned fragment].
May 31, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Reverend Wm. A. Boyd Pierce informs Boyd that his claim for arrears is already settled. Pierce says he does not want to establish a precedent of settling the current certificates issued to the Army for arrears at market prices.
May 31, 1786 Old cash accounts settled John Pierce Reverend Wm. A. Boyd Old cash accounts are settled. The danger of establishing a precedent for payments or loan on the certificates will prevent any success that Boyd would otherwise meet with in application to Congress for that purpose.