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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 20, 1799 Instructions to Charge Accounts to Capt. Vance Samuel Hodgdon James Miller No need to apologize for needed information and direction. The storekeeper is right to charge all deliveries to Captain Vance to the Quartermaster General, and Vance must be debited accordingly and all articles must be classed and charged.
April 2, 1799 Regarding a Confrontation between Vance and Simmons Samuel Vance William Simmons Following a February confrontation between the two, Vance is responding to Simmons regarding his accusations and behavior. Vance demands satisfaction from Simmons.
August 9, 1799 Samuel Vance, Paymaster Caleb Swan William Simmons Description of Samuel Vance having been paymaster for a militia expedition; 3,201 dollar balance remains in his hands. They have already used some of that money for recruiting services. Notification that paid accounts and vouchers are being returned for final adjustment.
February 20, 1799 Hagner's Statement: Confrontation Between Samuel Vance & William Simmons Peter Hagner [not available] This is a formal statement by Peter Hagner regarding the confrontation between William Simmons and Captain Samuel Vance in which Vance accused Simmons of being a villain.
January 17, 1799 Certification of payments; Captain Samuel G. Vance William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $200 pay to Captain Samuel G. Vance.
December 26, 1797 Certification of payments; pay & subsistence of Lieutenant Vance William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $111.74 is due Lieutenant Samuel C. Vance, late of Guthrie's Company of Levies, being for the balance of his pay and subsistence from April 19 to November 16, 1797.
February 20, 1799 Statement Regarding the Confrontation between Vance and Simmons John Abbot [not available] Abbot, a clerk in the Accountant's office, gives his formal statement regarding tthe confrontation between Capt. Vance and William Simmons, in which Vance accused Simmons of being a rascal.
March 27, 1799 A Decision in the Case of Captain Vance Alexander Hamilton Charles W. Hare Hamilton notifies Hare of his decision regarding the case of Capt. Vance [relative to his confrontation with William Simmons].
April 3, 1799 Challenges Captain Vance's Conduct James McHenry William MacPherson Reports Captain Vance's challenge to a War Department accountant. Requests appointment of another person to lead volunteers and that the Quartermaster General should appoint another person. Believes that actions should be taken against Vance's conduct.
December 1, 1798 Certification of payments; Captain Samuel Vance William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; Captain Samuel Vance of infantry, sum of $7.20, for subsistence.
March 21, 1799 Trial of Capt. Samuel Vance Charles W. Hare Alexander Hamilton Hare transmits the proceedings of the General Court Martial held for the trial of Capt. Samuel Vance. Since there are no other cases, the court will be adjourned.
March 28, 1798 Request for Vacation Samuel Vance James McHenry Lieutenant Samuel Vance requests a short time of leave, after six years at work without relaxation.
February 20, 1799 Grossly Insulted by Samuel Vance William Simmons James McHenry Simmons asserts that he has been grossly insulted by Capt. Samuel Vance and asks that Vance be detained in Philadelphia until statements from the witnesses to the incident can be collected.
April 2, 1799 $5000 to Captain Vance [not available] James McHenry McPherson asks McHenry to issue his warrant to place five thousand dollars in the hands of Captain Samuel Vance, paymaster of the troops called into service, so he can advance the pay that has been authorized.
February 20, 1799 Ellis's Statement: Confrontation between Vance & Simmons Unknown Clerk [not available] The formal statement of Robert Ellis, bookkeeper in the Accountant's office, regarding an angry confrontation between Captain Samuel Vance and William Simmons.
February 15, 1799 Certification of payments; Captain Samuel Vance, 3d Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $55.34 to Captain Samuel Vance, 3d Regiment, for pay and subsistence.
August 8, 1798 Certification of payments; compensation of Lieutenant Samuel C. Vance Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $81.18 is due Lt. Samuel C. Vance of the 3rd US Regiment, being his pay for July 1798, his subsistence at Pittsburgh for June and July, and the bounty for reenlisting one soldier.
February 21, 1799 Knight's Statement: Confrontation between Vance & Simmons John Knight [not available] This is a formal statement by Lieut. John Knight of the 2nd Regiment of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers regarding the angry confrontation between William Simmons, Accountant for the War Department, and Captain Samuel Vance.
July 31, 1799 Regarding Your Accounts William Simmons Samuel Vance Simmons tells Vance that he has given his accounts to Caleb Swan, paymaster general, for examination, and that all explanations should be given to him first.
February 20, 1799 Statement by James Hodnett: Confrontation between Vance & Simmons James Hodnett [not available] Hodnett, a clerk in the Accountant's office, gives his formal statement regarding a confrontation between William Simmons and Captain Samuel Vance.
April 1, 1799 Certification of payments; Captain Samuel L Vance, 3d Regiment of Infantry William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $120.20 to Captain Samuel L Vance, 3d Regiment of Infantry, for pay, subsistence.
January 5, 1799 Certification of payments; Captain Samuel C. Vance, 3d Regiment of Infantry William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $16.74 to Captain Samuel C. Vance, 3d Regiment of Infantry, for subsistence.
August 8, 1799 Invoice of Articles Sent Ahead for Captain Vance [not available] [not available] Invoice of articles forwarded to Major Isaac Craig in Pittsburgh for Captain Samuel C. Vance. Includes notes on when the items were dispatched and received.
March 28, 1799 Supplies, Sentencing Capt. Vance, & the Division of States into Districts Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton discusses supply concerns, Capt. Vance's trial and sentence, and the need to divide sundry States into miltiary districts, and sub-districts.
August 10, 1799 Compensation of Samuel Vance James McHenry William Simmons Capt. Samuel C. Vance acted in the capacities of Deputy Paymaster and Deputy Quartermaster General on the recent expedition to Northhampton. Simmons should pay him for these extra duties according to established principles based on former cases that are similar.