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November 11, 1795 Settlement of Price's Account Benjamin Price William Simmons Price would like to be allowed to settle his account without having to make the arduous journey to Philadelphia. As a result of a wound he received, he suffers from violent pressure on his breast which causes him much distress and prevents him from travelling great distances.
December 8, 1786 Letter Citation Henry Knox William Price Cited in Price to Knox, 12/09/1786, Price to Knox, 02/08/1787, and Price to Knox, 03/12/1787.
May 20, 1796 Captain Price Has Not Settled His Accounts William Simmons James McHenry Simmons complains that Captain Price has not submitted a single voucher or attempted to settle his accounts for years, despite being stationed very close to the Pay Master. He asks for McHenry's help to get Price to settle his accounts.
June 17, 1785 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to William Price Samuel Hodgdon William Price Letter, Citation only Cited in Price to Hodgdon, 08/02/1785, and Price to Hodgdon, 12/10/1787.
June 10, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Price Henry Knox William Price Letter, Citation only Cited in Price to Knox, 06/18/1788, and Price to Knox, 03/26/1789.
April 11, 1786 Shipment of arms, equipment, and ammunition Henry Knox William Price CITATION Only. Second of two letters from Knox of the 11th of April cited in Price to Knox, 04/15/1786 which appear to have requested that Price send him a shipment of arms, equipment, and ammunition from the stores at West Point. The list appears in Price to Knox, 04/15/1786.
November 28, 1798 Price of Increased Ration James McHenry William Simmons Enclosed is a copy of a letter to Tench Francis with his answer relative to the price of the additional articles of increased ration at Trenton.
February 11, 1797 Settlement of Captain Price's accounts William Simmons Benjamin Price Simmons repeats his request that Captain Price provide the account and vouchers required to settle his accounts with the War Office
February 19, 1787 Request for Powder Sieves William Price Henry Weisner Price wants to know how much Weisner is asking for his powder sieves. If Weisner has sold them, would he please let Price know where he could get some new ones made and how much they might cost?
July 16, 1798 Price of refined salt petre John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Mentions price of refined salt peter.
March 6, 1799 Requests Payment for Samuel Price Samuel Hodgdon Edward Carrington Enclosed order for Samuel Price, a poor man, to pay Henry Fraley. Requests that the draft be paid for Price. Fraley wishes an honest compensation.
April 4, 1800 Acknowledging receipt of Price's letter James McHenry James Price Acknowledges that he has received Price's most recent letter. [Content of that letter not provided]
October 16, 1795 Accounts of Captain Price William Simmons Timothy Pickering Informs the War Secretary of the accounts of Capt. Benjamin Price in respect to pay.
September 2, 1785 Regarding Account Settlement William Price Samuel Hodgdon William Price notifies Samuel Hodgdon that he intends on traveling to New York in October to settle his accounts in person. Price also requests a certificate from Hodgdon.
April 11, 1786 Shipment of arms, equipment, and ammunition Henry Knox William Price CITATION Only. Cited in Price to Knox, 04/15/1786. Requested that Price send him a shipment of arms, equipment, and ammunition from the stores at West Point. The list appears in Price to Knox, 04/15/1786
March 25, 1789 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Price Henry Knox William Price Letter, Citation only Cited in Price to Knox, 03/31/1789, and Price to Knox, 04/12/1789
March 16, 1787 Letter Citation Henry Knox William Price Cited in Price to Knox, 04/02/1787, Price to Knox, 05/04/1787, and Price to Knox, 08/27/1787.
March 24, 1800 Certificates Given to Contractors, Etc. Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Certificates given to contractors should express the quantity of articles supplied but contain no opinion on their price. If the price is unusually high, Rice should make a note on the certificate or communicate the matter to Hamilton. No standards on price have been approved yet.
May 21, 1789 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Price Henry Knox William Price Letter, Citation only Cited in Price to McHenry, 05/30/1789.
October 17, 1795 Correspondence with Captain Price William Simmons Benjamin Price Informs Capt. Price that he will receive from John Kilty a warrant for 160 dollars.
November 16, 1795 Request for vouchers William Simmons Benjamin Price Acknowledges the receipt of Capt. Price's letter. Requests that he forward the appropriate vouchers as soon as possible.
October 14, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James Little Simmons notifies Little that his account was suspended pending receipt of original returns from Capt. Bishop.
October 20, 1785 Price Reports to Knox on Expiring Enlistments at West Point William Price Henry Knox William Price, Deputy Commissioner of Military Stores, expresses the impending difficulties experienced at West Point to the Secretary at War, Henry Knox. Price indicates the expiration of enlistments will reduce Johnston's Company to one man. Price also requests money to pay contracted artificers.
May 20, 1785 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Price Henry Knox William Price Letter, Citation only Cited in Price to Knox, 09/19/1785, and Price to Knox, 10/22/1785.
January 8, 1787 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Price Henry Knox William Price Letter, Citation only Cited in Price to Knox, 01/15/1787, and Price to Knox, 02/08/1787.