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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 8, 1784 Pay of Pennsylvania Continental Army Regiments Joseph Howell A. Fowler Cited in Fowler to Howell 05/25/1784. Settlement of accounts of officers and soldiers in the Pennsylvannia line regiments
May 23, 1799 Presidential Confirmation for Mr. Fowler; List of Officers James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Speaks of presidential confirmation of appointment of Mr. Fowler. Lists names for additional appointments.
April 28, 1784 Letter Citation Joseph Howell A. Fowler Cited in Fowler to Howell, 05/25/1784.
March 31, 1792 Payments Made by the Treasurer for the Use of the War Department, 3 March 1791 to 31 March 1792 Treasurer of the United States [not available] Lists payments to various individuals by name, date, and amount; summarizes totals to each contractor and overall total at end of document. Concludes by stating that advances were made "by the Bank of North America for the use of the Department of War."
June 3, 1788 Pay of Drum Major Philip Fowler James Carr John Pierce Discusses late payment of Drum Major Philip Fowler, 2nd New Hampshire Regiment and a matter of counterfeiting.
May 2, 1787 Regarding loan of Alexander Fowler Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Mentions certificate in favor of Alexander Fowler signed by John Pierce, offered for a loan. Nicholson postpones loan until he hears from Howell respected debt and whether this is the same Fowler late auditor of army accounts.
August 30, 1792 Contractor Obligations Alexander Hamilton Richard Harison Notification that T. Fowler, contractor, agreed to supply army with provisions. Copies of agreement and bond enclosed. Contract states W. Duer is Fowler's attorney. Requests Harison's opinion on liability of contractor.
April 3, 1784 Back Pay Patrick Fowler Joseph Howell Fowler requests that Howell transmit a sufficient portion of his back pay to enable him to avoid continued incarceration.
May 7, 1792 Knox issues license to trade with the Six Nations to Abraham Fowler Henry Knox A. Fowler Knox issue a license to trade with the Indians of the Six Nations to Abraham Fowler.
October 28, 1790 Contract for Army Rations Alexander Hamilton Theodosius Fowler "Alexander Hamilton for and in behalf of the United States of America, and . . . Theodosius Fowler, a New York merchant, have mutually covenanted and agreed that Fowler shall supply and issue as many rations as shall be required of him for the service of the United States, during 1791 at the Western Army Posts."
February 16, 1796 Payment to Captain Theodore Sedgewick, 2d Sub Legion United States Theodore Sedgwick Joseph Howell Captain Sedgewick requests payment of $120 as his pay for months of October, November, December 1795.
August 30, 1792 Opinion on Contractor Alexander Hamilton William Rawle Requests Rawle's opinion concerning Theodosius Fowler's contract for supplying the Army.
September 30, 1785 Examination of pay stoppages John Pierce Board of Treasury The Commissioner of Army Accounts reports to the Board of Treasury on the stoppages made by the Pay Office in the case of Alexander Fowler. Pierce's findings are in Fowler's favor. Pierce indicates that the pay stoppages were the result of a request received from Mr. Morris.
1788 Power of attorney given by troops raised in New York New York troops Isaac Faerlie Subscribers are commissioned, non commissioned officers, and privates of the troops raised in New York in service of United States. They nominate Isaac Faerlie and Jeremiah Rensalaer as attorneys or agents on their behalf.
February 18, 1791 [Article of agreement] Unknown Clerk [not available] Official agreement making Alexander Hamilton Executor of Theodasius Fowler's estate.
March 23, 1799 Certification of payments; Lieutenant Theodore Meminger Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification of payments; $29.70 to Lieutenant Theodore Meminger, for subsistence.
May 15, 1797 Regarding vouchers for secret service James Wilkinson William Simmons Regarding vouchers for secret services; addresses money paid to Mr. Fowler for fraudulent pretensions to service as a spy.
July 7, 1786 Letter to the Auditor John Pierce Alexander Fowler Writes the Auditor that he has received the letter informing him that the papers of Fowler's late office have been forwarded to Philadelphia, and that he is advised to pick them up as soon as possible.
May 5, 1787 Certificate issued to Alexander Fowler Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Certificate alluded to in letter of 2 May was issued to Alexander Fowler, late auditor of Western District, in consequence of sundry goods supplied a detachment of the Maryland Troops under Major Marbury at Fort Pitt, 1784.
February 8, 1797 Pay & Subsistence of Captain Theodore Sedgewick, of the 4th Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $268.85 is due Captain Theodore Sedgewick of the 4th Regiment, being his pay and subsistence from September 1796 through January 1797.
September 12, 1796 Pay & Subsistence of Captain Theodore Sedgewick William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $283.07 is due Captain Theodore Sedgewick of the 2nd Sub Legion, being the balance of his pay and subsistence from January through August 1796.
March 18, 1786 Request for Pay Vouchers John Pierce Alexander Fowler Requests Fowler's papers and vouchers to assist in the settlement of the Army's accounts
June 22, 1799 Refers to Letter from Col. Smith about Presidential Appointment Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Comments on the tone of a letter from Col. Smith, between an officer and a private. Requests that the President decide to recall the appointment to Fowler and award Fonda instead.
January 17, 1801 Certification of payment; Captain Theodore Sedgwick, 2d Regiment of Infantry for delivering annuities to certain nations of Indians William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $93 to Captain Theodore Sedgwick, 2d Regiment of Infantry for superintending the delivering of annuities to certain nations of Indians.
July 7, 1786 Letter from Office of Army Accounts John Pierce Alexander Fowler Informs Fowler that his pay as Judge Advocate has been settled; mentions that laws of Congress do not permit pay twice for different work.