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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
[not available] Powers of Attorney John Schaffer William Simmons John Kline called on Shaffer before he was apprehended and told him that he had Powers of Attorney, 20 in number, ready for filling up from the States of Vermont and Connecticut and five counties in the State of New of New York and Albany.
July 29, 1788 Regarding the pursuit of the men who apprehended Pickering Timothy Pickering Benjamin Franklin Pickering reports on the status of the men who apprehended him and the subsequent pursuit of the suspects by Captain Rosewell Franklin. Captain Franklin followed the offenders up the river. Joseph Dudley, Nathan Abbot, and Benjamin Abbot were all apprehended after a confrontation. Captain Franklin is coordinating with people upriver to ensure the capture of all offenders. John Jenkins is...
August 17, 1795 Two Men Have Deserted, Etc. David Thompson Unknown Recipient Since the most recent muster and pay roll has not been received, Thompson assumes that there was an omission by the Postmaster. He notes that since the last muster roll two men have deserted--who may be apprehended for lack of cothing--and one has enlisted.
March 4, 1795 Pay of Prisoners and Deserters Joseph Howell William Eaton In addition to a discussion of Eatons' pay, Howell notes that he has decided to pay of prisoners from the time they were apprehended until they are discharged, deducting the expenses incurred during their capture. The pay of deserters is to apply only to the period before their desertion and the period after they have resumed their duties.
April 4, 1799 Concern about Money for Troops J. Stiles William Simmons The orderly sergeant and a private of the author's company deserted, stealing over $200. He caught the men outside of Baltimore.
February 10, 1796 Confirms Receipt of Vouchers William Simmons David Hale Informs Lt. Hale at West Point that the office received his letter enclosing vouchers. Discusses a deserter who has been apprehended.
February 17, 1787 Update on Shay's Rebellion Benjamin Lincoln Henry Knox Lincoln assures Knox that the magazine is secure and that the rebellion itself seems to be on the wane. (Shays' Rebellion)
August 5, 1788 Regarding the insurgents who apprehended Pickering and the need for military force Peter Muhlenberg Timothy Pickering Requests that Pickering give opinion as to whether armed force is necessary to restore order and good government.
June 12, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James Bruff Simmons informs Bruff to expect pay from John Kilty.
March 4, 1800 Expenses in Apprehending Deserters, Etc. Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Hamilton explained that no contingent fund were been provided for expenses related to the apprehension of deserters but the sums can be deducted from the future pay of the persons apprehended.
October 16, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons states the policy of the Accountant's Office governing settlements for expenses incurred in pursuit of deserters.
September 3, 1795 Deserter Captured William Eaton William Simmons Henry Stacks, a deserter, apprehended in Stafford, Connecticut. Eaton requested guidance on what to do with him. Also discusses issues with muster rolls.
July 31, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Alexander Thompson Simmons informs Thompson to expect payment from Samuel Lewis.
January 29, 1796 Query on Payment of Deserter Captured by Enlisted Men David Hale William Simmons Hale sends his recruiting account, and hopes to pay the men their full bounties once mustered. He asks whether he should pay the full bounty on a deserter apprehended by men of the corps.
October 12, 1794 Notifcation of Payment Owed, Deserter Captured Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Money drawn in favor of Jeremiah Barkey, the bearer of the letter. Deserter Robert Newman apprehended this morning, to be transported to Fort Fayette.
March 28, 1790 Knox discusses inspection of invalids with Doctor Eustis Henry Knox William Eustis Letter, discusses general inspection of Invalids.
February 6, 1795 Money Received, Update of Accounts Paid Frederick Frye Joseph Howell Received money for payment of recruits, only has $0.50 remaining in his possession. W. Rice deserted and has yet to be apprehended. Frye advertised for his capture in the two most popular newspapers, offered a $10 reward. Enclosed a muster roll for January.
July 25, 1786 Concerning Judiciary and Counterfeit Certificates John Pierce [not available] Discusses a Major accused of counterfeiting certificates; notes that he will travel to New Hampshire tomorrow morning. Mentions Judge Sullivan, Judge Morris, and chief justices.
June 7, 1797 Money for the pay of Miller's recruits William Simmons Edward Miller Acknowledges receipt of muster and pay rolls for Miller and his recruits. Money for the pay will be forwarded by John Chester, federal supervisor at Weathersfield. Mentions an apprehended deserter, "Stephen Russ alias Dorsey"
November 19, 1794 Army In Motion Homeward, Etc. Alexander Hamilton George Washington Hamilton observes that the sundry units of the Army are returning to their homes in Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The judiciary continues to interrogate the prisoners apprehended following the insurgency. [Whiskey Rebellion]
September 28, 1787 On general measures to preserve the peace between the states Arthur St. Clair Benjamin Franklin Governor Clinton is well disposed to concur in any general measure that may preserve peace of the two states, but perceives no danger from most of the persons mentioned in papers, particularly Ar. Moodrey. General Irwin and Mr. Bingham are going to Philadelphia and they can provide more information. As to Jenkins and Franklin, suggests that they be apprehended.
November 15, 1794 Apprehending Suspects from the insurgency Alexander Hamilton George Washington Hamilton names those who have been apprehended for their part in the insurgency in western Pennsylvania and one who has escaped. He believes that a permanent military presence will be required in the area.
January 16, 1799 United States & British Trade Agreements Concerning St. Domingo [Haiti] Rufus King [not available] Relates that the British have determined to send a Colonel Maitland, the man who struck their existing agreement with Toussaint L'Overture of St. Domingo [Haiti], to America. There he will be able to express its details to the U.S. government at Philadelphia, so an arrangement between the U.S. and Great Britain concerning Haiti may be fully worked out. Addresses trade, via U.S. shipping,...
May 21, 1800 Fifty Dollars Reward for Suspects in the Murder of William Shelly William Rickard [not available] This is a printed notice declaring that General Winchester delivered to Rickard a pocketbook proven to be the property of William Shelly, a sergeant of the 3rd Regiment, who is believed to have been murdered by Joseph Hargrove and William Johnson while travelling from Knoxville to Nashville. If these two deserters are found, they should be apprehended and delivered to the headquarters of the 4th...
October 4, 1794 Report of Deserter Claiming to Have Been Captured By Indians & Escaped John Stagg Anthony Wayne An alleged deserter claims that he was captured by Indians and later released. If he appears in Pittsburgh, he is to be apprehended and sent to Fort Washington and on to Legion headquarters.