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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 21, 1784 Supplies to a gun powder manufacturer Samuel Hodgdon James Milligan Discusses the accounting of supplies furnished to a gun powder manufacturer and the amount of powder delivered by him.
August 30, 1800 Settlement of Account of Supplies William Simmons Elijah and Simon House Settlement of account of supplies in Connecticut.
August 5, 1796 Account of supplies returned Peter Hagner Stephen Rochefontaine Two bills of the commissary should be deducted from the account of supplies delivered for the Corps at West Point.
July 12, 1798 Supplies to be Forwarded to Baltimore Samuel Hodgdon Benjamin Stoddert Hodgdon pledges to forward supplies to Baltimore for the two ships being equipped there on the public account. Articles not available in the public store will be requisitioned.
September 15, 1800 Account Suspended William Simmons Elias B. Dayton Accounts for supplies examined and suspended. Simmons requested further vouchers to settle account and pass amount to credit of Dayton.
April 16, 1800 Pay Jonathan Dayton for Supplies to United States Troops in New Jersey Elias B. Dayton James McHenry Request to pay $10,000 to Jonathan Dayton on account of Elias Dayton's account of contract for supplies to troops of United States in state of New Jersey.
June 30, 1787 Account of Costs John Doughty Dr. Pratt Expenses and related costs. List of supplies and associated costs.
January 12, 1797 Edward Carrington's account William Simmons Edward Carrington Notifies Carrington that his account with the War Department as agent for military supplies is debited the sum on the books of the Treasury until the accounts of the Militia Army are placed under examination.
May 26, 1800 Payment Samuel Meeker on account of Dayton contract for supplies to United States troops in New Jersey Elias B. Dayton James McHenry Elias Dayton makes payment of $6000 to Samuel Meeker on account of contract for supplies of troops of United States in New Jersey.
April 12, 1796 Account returned William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Account returned because the charges are for the purchase of stores and supplies, which the are to be paid by the Treasury Department
July 31, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Ebenezer Stevens Simmons discusses the account for supplies to the troops on Governor's Island.
August 31, 1789 Hill acknowledges Knox's receipt of monies for supplies William Hill [not available] Knox's receipt, issued by William Hill, for supplies of Indian Commissioners.
September 6, 1800 Settling Daniel Wheaton's Account William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Simmons discusses the settlement of the account of Daniel Wheaton for his supplies to the troops at Fort Johnston. There are four bills with no receipt that have been deducted. The power of attorney has been given to Thomas Ewing and transmitted by Hodgdon to Mr. Hagner.
October 17, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Samuel Marshal Simmons provides a balance of Marshal's account of supplies provided to Capt. A. C. Randolph's troops.
September 6, 1800 Settlement of account William Simmons Daniel Wheaton Settles account for supplies to garrison at Fort Johnson North Carolina.
February 24, 1800 Notification by William Simmons to Edward Carrington that examination of Godlove Heiskell's account for supplies to troops at Fredericksburg, Virginia is closed William Simmons Edward Carrington William Simmons informs Edward Carrington that examination of Godlove Heiskell's account for supplies to troops at Fredericksburg, Virginia is closed. Balance against Heiskell of $46.56, which Simmons directed Heiskell to pay to Carrington. In account records, five bills for Dr. George French listed without receipts. Simmons reported amount in favor of the doctor who was to be paid by...
September 1, 1800 Accounts and Vouchers Received William Simmons Dodridge Crocker Accounts for supplies received and placed under examination.
February 12, 1800 Receipt of William Simmons to Elias Dayton contract for supplies to United States troops Elias B. Dayton James McHenry Request from Elias B. Dayton to pay Jonathan Dayton $10,000 on account of contracts for supplies to troops of United States.
April 26, 1800 Settlement of Suspended Account William Simmons John S. Boss Notification that account for supplies to the troops of Rhode Island previously suspended was settled with account differences. A balance in Boss' favor will be paid to Boss by John Dexter, supervisor.
September 18, 1799 RE Army Supplies, Quarters, and Pay Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton Routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army supplies, quarters, and pay.
April 29, 1800 Balance in Favor of Wheaton William Simmons Daniel Wheaton Simmons received account for supplies to garrison at Fort Johnson. Balance due Wheaton, to be paid to him by Robert Ball, his attorney.
June 8, 1799 Response to Request for General Account of Military and Medical Supplies Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Hamilton Expresses concern about feasibility of an account of expenditures for military and medical supplies. The general return requested by Hamilton will be completed as soon as possible, though he has little assistance and much to do and will require two weeks' time for one clerk. The necessary documents are vague.
June 5, 1800 Payment to Samuel Meeker for supplies to United States troops in New Jersey Elias B. Dayton Benjamin Stoddert Dayton asks that $5000 be paid Samuel Meeker on account of Dayton's contract for supplies to United States troops in New Jersey.
November 10, 1797 Dicussion of Bills Drawn, Settling of Wilkins' Account, & Plans for Transporting Supplies to Frontier Posts John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon Discusses recent bills drawn, the cheapest and best mode transportation of supplies to Tennessee and the Mississippi region, and the settlement of bills drawn on Wilkins' account.
October 31, 1800 Bills, Transportation of Supplies, and Elections Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig States elections in Pennsylvania are "generally against the Federal interest." Requests to be informed on whether or not Capt. Turner has paid his bill, discussed the unusual detention of his box. Notification that cannons, fish, and other supplies will be sent to Pittsburgh shortly. Sec of War uncertain of the longevity of his post, will only deal with present duties and demands.