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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 5, 1800 Amount Due Meeker & Co. Samuel Lewis James McHenry Lewis had earlier delivered Mr. Pytchlim's papers relative to his claim as an Indian interpreter. Included was an order to Lewis to pay the amount of the claim, when received, to Meeker & Co. Lewis has been informed that the amount can now be paid.
February 26, 1796 Transmit the Amount to the Supervisor at Baltimore Alexis De Leyritz William Simmons de Leyritz has only been paid up to November third. He suggests that Simmons send the money to the Supervisor at Baltimore.
January 8, 1795 Amount of My Account is In Hand Jeremiah Olney Samuel Hodgdon "Your letter of the 30th ultimo enclosing a post note for the amount of my account came safely to hand."
September 26, 1795 Difference between the Amount Counted & the Bills of Lading John Harris Samuel Hodgdon The lead transported on board Captain Gardner's sloop "Pomona" and Captain Daggot's sloop "Heziah" is received. The pigs and bars have been weighed and counted and there appears to be a significant difference between the amount counted and the amount shown on the bill of lading. The bill of lading for each vessel is shown.
September 14, 1796 The price of a ration in Boston William Simmons George Ingersoll Simmons explains his reasons for denying the amount Ingersoll claimed for a ration allowance on furlough in Boston and states the amount he will allow. Notifies Ingersoll that he is advancing him an amount of money and that he will receive it from Jonathan Jackson, federal supervisor for Massachusetts.
August 8, 1793 Probable Amount of Rations for the Western Posts Joseph Nourse Alexander Hamilton "Sends 'an estimate of the probable amount of rations which have been and which may be issued from the 1st January 1793 to the 30th September following by Messrs. Elliot & William, contractors for supplying the western posts with provisions.'"
September 8, 1800 Probable Amount of Expenditures Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is Williams' estimate of the probable amount of expenditures on account of the Armory for September. A larger proportion of smaller bills would accommodate him better.
September 16, 1794 Amount of Sundry Advances Richard Harrison Joseph Howell Samuel Hodgdon has been debited with the sum of $24,786.81 being the amount of sundry advances made to him.
January 14, 1798 Amount of Clothing James McHenry William Simmons Since no contract has been been formed for 1798, Simmons is instructed to report the amount of clothing according to the contract for 1797.
May 25, 1798 Estimates to an Amazing Amount, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon John Wilkins, Jr. Hodgdon assures Wilkiins that his drafts have been presented and honored.
September 30, 1797 Receipt of Pay and Susistence William Simmons Ferdinand L. Claiborne Simmons received account of pay and subsistence for July August and September. Total amount: $117.60. Claiborne will receive amount from Carrington upon acquisition of necessary receipts.
March 7, 1800 Query on amount expended on Northampton Expedition William Simmons James Miller Register of Treasury Department requests to know amount expended on late expedition to Northampton County in the military department;
July 6, 1798 Expenses for Quarters and Portage John Jacob Rivardi William Simmons Rivardi has been advised by Mr. and Mrs. McClallen that his expenses for portage and quarters will not be allowed although he still hopes to be reimbursed since the amount he charged was not one-fourth the amount he was forced to disburse. Patrick McDonnell's second enlistment needs to be checked since it seems that he had deserted during his first enlistment.
January 4, 1796 My Account for the Amount Due George Claghorn William Simmons In response to Simmons' letter, Claghorn forwards his account for the amount due him as his salary as a constructor at the Navy Yard. He will be obliged if Simmons directs the money to be sent to him.
November 24, 1797 Amount Advanced by Hodgdon to Colonel Wilkins Samuel Hodgdon Steel Semple Colonel Wilkins should be paid $319.25, being the amount advanced by Hodgdon on account of Colonel Thomas Butler.
March 19, 1800 Credit to Account, with details William Simmons Jonathan Jackson Account for horseman's tents and mess bowls, axes and wooden trenchers for the 14th and 15th Infantry examined, sum credited to Jackson's account. Differences in amount requested and amount reimbursed, differences and explanation annexed.
August 24, 1795 Account of William Powers William Powers William Simmons Powers explains that he is due $269 which is the balance of his account so, if is proper, that amount should be directed to his account current.
March 6, 1797 Dates & Sums of the Respective Bills Samuel Lewis Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War wants Hodgdon to insert in the enclosed letter the dates and sums of the respective bills comprising the indicated amount along with the names of the persons who drew them. The requisition for that amount has been sent to the Treasury.
January 18, 1797 List of Invalid Pensioners and Compensation Amount James McHenry [not available] List of names, rank, state, and amount of compensation pensioners should receive.
March 16, 1797 Treasurer Remit Sum, Details on Warrants Jonathan Jackson William Simmons Sum remit by Treasurer included amount for commissions, John Bryant never appeared for amount remit to him. Jackson never possessed warrants mentioned by Simmons, he only knew of them by number and form.
January 29, 1801 Informing Colonel Everett of the Receipt and Examination of his Account William Simmons Reuben Everett Amount in favor of Everett $138.03
October 7, 1790 Receipt for Salaries Paid John Stagg [not available] This is the receipt of Stagg and five other officers acknowledging the payment of their respective salaries by the Secretary of War.
January 8, 1799 Requests Signature for Salary Adjustment; Inquires after Clothing Supply Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin Corrects the amount of salary for the previous quarter. Requests a signature before the amount can be credited and paid. Has not heard regarding the clothing supply forwarded by the way of York for the northern posts. Hopes that his health is restored.
June 8, 1798 Advancing the Amount of the Missing Notes Samuel Hodgdon Thomas Holt Hodgdon discusses the missing post notes and assures Holt that the Secretary of War has agreed to advance him the amount of the missing notes.
March 10, 1788 Regarding money intended as a gift Eleanor Healley Joseph Howell From the letter book of the assistant commissioner of army accounts, Joseph Howell. Discusses an amount of money intended as a gift to an individual.