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September 22, 1800 Simmons Refuses to Pay Thomas Holt due to Discrepancies William Simmons Thomas Holt Holtís accounting differs significantly from that of the Accountantís Office, to the point where Holt owes the United States $507.82. As a result, the Secretary of War has refused payment of Holtís drafts.
June 5, 1798 Settling Mr. Holt's Account Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon requests a warrant in [Thomas] Holt' s favor so that his drafts can be met.
March 1, 1799 Draft and Balance of Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Thomas Holt Requested draft and balance have been paid. Has received balance due Holt from the accountants, which shall be sent next month. Noticed Holt's ability to act with caution.
July 21, 1795 Instructions for paying Thomas Holt William Simmons Edward Carrington Directs Edward Carrington to pay Thomas Holt for accounts to be settled at the armory in New London.
November 4, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Thomas Holt William Simmons Thomas Holt William Simmons confirms receipt of vouchers sent by Thomas Holt.
October 21, 1800 Simmons Informs Carrington that Thomas Holt is Unauthorized to Draw from the Department William Simmons Edward Carrington Simmons received Carrington's letter of the 17th which contained Thomas Holt's draft for $165.70, which Simmons is obligated to return, as Holt was unauthorized to request such a draft from the Department.
June 14, 1796 Seeks Information about Legal, Just Payment Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Notes that Thomas Holt showed a letter from the "Minister" of War stating Perkins is allowed $70. Perkins notes that he has referred Holt to Hodgdon and relies on justice agreeable to contract.
February 29, 1796 Report from Thomas Holt, New London Connecticut on blacksmiths and returns Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Thomas Holt, writing from New London Connecticut, reports that John [Stiles?], a blacksmith, has abandoned him. Notes that he won't be missed. Forwards the balance of his claims. Forwards his returns; discusses a replacement blacksmith named John; he is experienced and Holt comments he will carry on with some spirit than heretofore.
July 3, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Thomas Holt William Simmons Thomas Holt William Simmons informs Thomas Holt that Edward Carrington has been remitted funds for his pay.
October 1, 1795 Concerning Thomas Holt's receipts William Simmons Edward Carrington Informs Edward Carrington that Thomas Holt's receipts have been passed to his credit.
May 22, 1799 Estimate by Thomas Holt of rents due to James Callaway Thomas Holt [not available] From New London, Holt forwards estimate of rents due James Callaway until end of May, amounting to $180, which please pay to Mr. Hodgdon as usual.
September 1, 1795 Receipts of Thomas Holt William Simmons Edward Carrington Informs Edward Carrington that the receipts of Thomas Holt have been received at the Accountant's Office.
October 12, 1795 Instructions to pay Thomas Holt William Simmons Edward Carrington William Simmons, accountant at the War Department, directs Edward Carrington, agent in Virginia, to pay Thomas Holt at New London.
August 18, 1795 Concerning future pay Peter Hagner Thomas Holt Informs Thomas Holt that Edward Carrington will pay him.
September 28, 1797 Warrant Approved William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Warrant made out in favor of Hodgdon as agent to Thomas Holt for $1,420.00 Warrant for arms at New London agreeable to estimates sent by Holt for July and August.
August 16, 1798 Estimate of expenses from Thomas Holt Thomas Holt William Simmons Estimate of expenses at New London Virginia from Thomas Holt for $150 to be paid to Samuel Hodgdon.
August 18, 1794 Requests Inspection of Mis-sized Cartridges Tench Coxe Samuel Hodgdon Reports questions about cartridge boxes ordered from Mr. Tinsley of Columbia, Virginia, which are smaller than the pattern provided. Tinsley insists that the pattern was altered. Requests conference with Capt. Thomas Holt to inspect cartridges.
October 31, 1796 Balance Due on Holt's Pay Estimate Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt confirms that he received Hodgdon's letter containing $556.26, being the balance due on his pay estimate.
May 22, 1799 Estimate by Thomas Holt of rents due to James Callaway Thomas Holt William Simmons Holt forwards an estimate of rents due to James Callaway until the 30th of May, 1799 amounting to $185 to be paid to Mr Hodgdon.
January 18, 1801 Certification of payment; Thomas Holt, Store Keeper at New London Connecticut William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $39 to Thomas Holt, Store Keeper at New London Connecticut, settlement of account and salary.
December 28, 1796 Pay advanced William Simmons Thomas Holt Notification that the Secretary of War has advanced Holt money that Simmons paid to Samuel Hodgdon per Holt's direction.
October 7, 1794 Delays in Transmitting Returns Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt had hoped to prepare every paper which is to be transmitted to Hodgdon but has found it impractical to do so before Mr. Parker's departure. Mr. Parker is taking a week longer to get to Philadelphia with the papers that have been completed. Holt finds himself so exhausted that he is scarcely able to attend to his business but promises that he will soon send his return of stores.
October 8, 1796 Advances of pay William Simmons Thomas Holt Notifies Holt that the Secretary of War has authorized advances of his pay, which have been paid to Samuel Hodgdon, per Holt's order.
October 27, 1795 Who Approved Holt's Leave of Absence? William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Thomas Holt has notifed Simmons that he received a leave of absence of two or three months and asked Joseph Perkins, Superintendent of the Armory, to act for him during that period. Simmons wants to know who authorized the leave of absence for Holt.
August 16, 1798 Estimate of expenses from Thomas Holt Thomas Holt [not available] Estimate of expenses at New London Virginia from Thomas Holt for $150 to be paid to Samuel Hodgdon.