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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 16, 1787 Account of John Savage Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Howell seeks to close out the account of John Savage who both owes the US and is owed by the US. Several men for whom Savage claims credit are not on the Army Account muster rolls so Nicholson is asked to check whether they should be credited to Savage.
November 19, 1789 Letter of Attorney John Sagasue Robert Prise Document certifying the service of Richard Savage, late soldier in the Pennsylvania Line, and John Sagasue.
August 10, 1792 Order to Stop Payment of Injured Soldier Joseph Howell William Powers Return from Caleb Swan showed payment of Richard Savage, Howell ordered a stop in payment if further application was made and requested immediate notification. Accounts enclosed.
April 13, 1788 Regarding promotion Joseph Savage Edward Carrington Correspondence between Savage and Colonel Carrington on military matters. Savage writes that if he is not allowed a certain promotion, it will be the "highest degree of Injustice". Requests a reply as soon as possible.
July 19, 1786 Certification in favor of Dr. Savage John Nevill [not available] Certifies that Doctor Joseph Savage was a surgeon's mate in the 4th Virginia Regiment.
August 15, 1790 Knox writes to Savage about his son Henry Knox Samuel Phillips Savage Henry Knox writes to Samuel Phillips Savage regarding allegations pertaining to his son, Captain Joseph Savage.
August 22, 1790 Knox sending Samuel Savage letters from his son Henry Knox Samuel Phillips Savage Knox forwarded Samuel Savage letters from his son, who is a captain. Mentioned publication of Savages son's death in the paper, as unexplained.
October 26, 1791 Letter to the Secretary at War Joseph Savage Henry Knox After 16 years of military service, Joseph Savage resigns his commission.
July 8, 1786 Affidavit of Doctor Joseph Savage John S. Woodcock Unknown Recipient Woodcock testifies that Doctor Joseph Savage swore under oath his previous service in the Army.
April 3, 1792 Pay of Captain Savage's Company Moses Porter Joseph Howell $1644 has been received by Porter for the completion of the pay of the officers and men of Capt. Savage's Company of Artillery through December 1791.
June 13, 1786 Letter Citation Thomas Parker Doctor Joseph Savage Cited in Savage to Parker, 07/07/1786.
May 28, 1787 Accounts, including Captain Savage recruiting account Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Encloses accounts desired and the recruiting account of Captain Savage.
January 27, 1791 Victims of Savage Barbarity Henry Knox Rufus Putnam Knox deplores the unhappy fate of those who have been victims of Indian depredations and hopes that establishing strong military posts in the region will prevent such unhappy occurences in the future.
July 7, 1786 General correspondence Doctor Joseph Savage Thomas Parker Doctor Savage writes Doctor Parker on various matters, including service.
November 19, 1789 Letter Citation Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Cited in Knox to Burbeck and Savage, 12/08/1789.
December 5, 1792 Savage Principle of Retaliation Governor Edward Telfair Henry Knox Governor Telfair discusses the measures taken to prevent further violence between whites and Indians on the western frontier of Georgia.
September 29, 1788 Examination of accounts Joseph Howell Edward Carrington Reports on examining accounts of Major Croghan, Captain Francis Minnis, and Doctor Savage.
June 23, 1795 Pay of Lott Curtis, deceased soldier of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $16.67 is due the estate of Lott Curtis, late a soldier of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery, being the balance of his pay to the time of his death, payable to Caleb Strong esquire, attorney to Vinson Curtis, administrator of estate.
April 12, 1790 Captain Burbeck, Captain Savage, and Captain Smith have all Recruited their Number Henry Knox Josiah Harmar From Lieutenant Frothingham, Harmar reports that Captain Burbeck, Captain Savage, and Captain Smith have all recruited their number and are bound to sail for Georgia to protect its frontiers.
May 25, 1791 Pay of Captain Savage's Company of Artillery Joseph Howell Moses Porter Howell is transmitting to Lieut. Porter the first bill of exchange drawn by the Treasurer on John Habersham, Collector for the Port of Savannah, for $1784.06. This sum is in full the pay due the officers, staff, non-commissioned officers, and privates of Capt. Joseph Savage's Company of Artillery through December 1790. Howell expects Major Gale to muster Porter's troops through May 1791.
January 27, 1790 Confirmation to Secretary of War of delivery of money Joseph Howell Henry Knox Confirmation of delivery of money to Levy Pease to be delivered Captain Joseph Savage.
November 20, 1787 Henry Knox discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell Henry Knox Joseph Howell The Secretary at War directs Joseph Howell to settle the accounts of Colonel Jackson's Regiment and those of Captains Burbeck and Savage.
June 9, 1787 Protection of Arsenal at Springfield Henry Knox Henry Burbeck Burbeck and Capt. Savage (plus the companies under their command) are to be posted at Springfield to protect the arsenal. Highest discipline and general rules of military book keeping to be followed.
November 6, 1792 Details of Reconnaissance Mission on Savage Indians James Wilkinson Henry Knox Wilkinson gave detailed account of intelligence mission to determine path of savage Indians who previously assaulted garrison of Fort Hamilton. Safety of roads to frontier posts and transportation of materials compromised by savages.
November 8, 1794 Power of Attorney for Robert Price Robert Price John Schaffer Power of Attorney for Robert Price; addressed to John Schaffer.