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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 28, 1798 Reprehensible & Vindictive Behavior of Mr. Smith, Etc. James McHenry Robert Oliver Among other topics, McHenry assures Oliver that he approves of his conduct and finds the behavior of Robert Smith highly reprehensible.
March 21, 1792 Robert Smith and partners forward a contract to Knox Robert Smith Henry Knox Letter, encloses proposal for contract.
March 10, 1798 Account Settled for George and Robert Cochrain John Steele Samuel Hodgdon Account Settled for George and Robert Cochrain for supplies furnished by them to detachment of troops commanded by Lieutenant Percy Smith Pope.
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.
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.
March 10, 1800 Keeping Col. Smith Out of Jail Alexander Hamilton William Burrows Hamilton applauds Burrows for not forcing the issue on Col. Smith's debt to the extent that he would have gone to jail, which would have ruined Smith. Hamilton seconds Col. Troup's advice to use anonymous names for the bail of Smith.
November 15, 1785 Inquiries regarding accounts Richard Humpton Joseph Howell Inquiries regarding accounts of Captain Robert Patten, Edward Evans, and James Smith.
June 25, 1799 Request to pay Robert Bowne of New York City Nathaniel Smith James McHenry Request to pay Robert Bowne of New York City $1050.
February 14, 1792 Accomodation of Sixty Horses John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith assures Hodgdon that rather than be judged as an enemy of his country, he would resign his business. But if the accomodation of Hodgdon's horses is acceptable to Hodgdon Smith can take in sixty for the time prescribed.
November 1797 Request for payment to Robert Bowne Nathaniel Smith James McHenry Request for payment of $1000 on account of money advanced towards cartouche boxes.
May 12, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Alexander Orr William Simmons Alexander Dalrymple Orr William Simmons informs Alexander Orr that Robert Smith has received funds for payment of the Kentucky Scouts from Mason County.
January 14, 1800 Recommendation of Mr. W. Wilson Samuel Smith Alexander Hamilton In the past Smith had recommended W. Wilson and he obtained a commission that he had to relinquish due to ill health. His health restored, Smith recommends him again to command a Company in the 4th battalion of the 2nd Regiment of Artillery.
February 6, 1792 Memorandum of discharges for 1792 in the Hands of Robert Smith Lieutenant Smith [not available] List of officers and soldiers discharged for services in the Western Territories.
November 30, 1785 Examination of Books of Pay Office Joseph Howell Richard Humpton Has examined the Books of the Pay Office; no charges found against Captain Robert Patton. Appears by books of auditors of Army that he settled his accounts for recruiting. Edward Evans of 6th Regiment is returned in rolls as deserter; John Smith, 10th Regiment as prisoner. No James Smith. Requests that Humpton be particular in names of soldiers.
January 8, 1800 Payment to Benjamin Smith for purchase of his lots in Smithville Griffith James McRee James McHenry McRea request for payment of $200 to Benjamin Smith for purchase of his lots in Smithville falling within the plan of Fort Johnston.
June 2, 1796 Pay & Subsistence of Lieutenant Robert Lee William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $45.20 is due Lieutenant Robert Lee, being the balance of his account for pay and subsistence through April 1796, payable to Robert Gray.
August 1, 1794 Exoneration of Accountability of Lt. Campbell Smith Joseph Howell Campbell Smith Receipts have been received from Mr. Swan for the money transmitted to Lt. Smith for the pay of troops so Smith is exonerated from any accountability in the transaction.
January 16, 1797 Pay & Subsistence of Lieutenant Robert Lee William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $66.64 is due Lieutenant Robert Lee, being his pay and subsistence for November and December 1796.
December 20, 1798 Defending reputation against political charges William Smith James McHenry Smith responds to what he considers "erroneous" political charges against him, claiming that he is uninfluenced by British or French politics, only believing in the politics of independence. Smith is exceptionally worried about his reputation as these alleged charges of misconduct seek to undermine his integrity. Smith defends himself against charges from William Burrows and William Constable.
March 17, 1800 Restrained St. Patrick's Day Mirth William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Smith assures Hamilton that he declined an invitation to spend St. Patrick's Day in New Ark and, though there was much mirth at camp, it was not improper. Enclosed letter pertaining to dispute of Courtlandt and Livingston;
April 26, 1792 Account of Robert Provost Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Account of Robert Provost with the United States.
December 1, 1794 Letter to Baltimore merchants Alexander Hamilton William Buchanan Hamilton informs two Baltimore merchants - William Buchanan and Samuel Smith - that a bill from them for $10,000 in favour of Philips & Cramond (Philadelphia merchants) has been presented and will be paid tomorrow.
October 17, 1797 Notification of Mailed Receipt Roll William Simmons John Steele Steele notified he will receive receipt roll for the pay of troops under his command. Sum will be remit to Steele by Samuel Lewis. Amount rendered to Steele by Lewis did not include the pay of Robert Young and John Smith. Simmons advised Steele that all future recruits must be made known to the Office through a muster roll before they are paid. Simmons noted that Steele received double rations...
May 26, 1800 Appointing officers in the artillery John Adams James McHenry Responds to a letter concerning appointments for Major Tousard. Adams states that he will omit appointing any officer in the artillery, except for Robins Chamberlain. Notes that he will inform Benjamin Stoddert and McHenry's successor of a petition by Robert Gilmore.
April 17, 1796 Do Not Trust Professions or Promises James McHenry Robert Oliver McHenry expresses his wish that the instructions have been received and that Oliver will urge the return of Mr. Smith.