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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 28, 1785 Request for assistance for two particular friends Matthew McConnell Joseph Howell Asks for assistance for a friend Captain Thompson of Hazen's Regiment regarding settlement of recruiting account, and for Captain Buchannon, formerly of 1st Regiment. Mr Nicholson has had difficulty in settling his account.
February 1, 1792 Power of Attorney Barney Cox Unknown Recipient Barney Cox, sergeant and private in the 5th and 6th Pennsylvania Line, assigns his power of attorney to Samuel Maus.
August 4, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney Charles White Jacob White Power of attorney of Charles White, late a soldier in the 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment, to Jacob White.
1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Nehemiah Freeman Simmons provides an account balance to Freeman and informs him to expect payment from Nicholas Fish.
April 8, 1800 Enclosures of Regulations Regarding Payment of Officers William Simmons Constant Freeman Simmons received letter from Freeman regarding Mr. Crocker, contractor. Simmons answered Crocker's letter regarding payment of officers for straw due the officers company. Simmons enclosed a copy of the letter sent to Crocker and Regulations issued by Secretary of War.
February 9, 1790 Settlement for North Carolina Joseph Howell Henry Knox Howell's report on the case of a North Carolina officer who was not included in the settlement for the state. Answer to Secretary of War request of 2/8/1790
September 15, 1790 Payment for Invalids, Widows, and Orphans Henry Knox Thomas Collins Legislature determined pay for invalids, widows, and orphans. If any partial payments have been made, government requires records of such payments for credit to be granted to the states.
August 19, 1799 Men and Supplies of the Twelve Additional Regiments Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton reports on sundry matters related to the officers and men and supplies of the twelve additional regiments.
March 13, 1784 Accounts of two New York Regiments Marinus Willett John Pierce Discusses settlement of the accounts of two New York Regiments.
March 9, 1791 Settling Accounts & Buying Lottery Tickets Joseph Howell Josiah Harmar Howell issues his instructions for settling the accountsof the men and units under General Harmar's command. He adds that even though he is in poor health, he will buy five lottery tickets for the General.
September 15, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney Robert Chambers Frederick Molineux Power of attorney for Robert Chambers - late a soldier in the 5th Pennsylvania Regiment - to Frederick Molineux.
April 15, 1790 Stores at New London and Other Business Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Powder and lead will be shipped from West Point to Richmond. Knox mentions the report of public stores at New London. The payment of invalids pensions has been increased, and any in arrears will likely be paid by Congress. Claims previously mentioned by Randolph discussed.
July 24, 1797 Mistaken discharges William Simmons Solomon Van Rensselaer Advises Captain Van Rennselaer that two soldiers of his troop were mistakenly discharged by another officer and have arrears of pay due to them. Mentions that his brother, Stephen G. Simmons, has been appointed a Lieutenant of Light Dragoons and assigned to Van Rennselaer's troop along with Cornet William Sharp
February 25, 1793 Paying Our Debt to France Thomas Jefferson George Washington In response to the request of the President to assess the application to redress the debt to France in an amount equivalent to three million livres, Jefferson, Knox, and Randolph favor providing the whole amount. Hamilton argues that the sum should not exceed $318,000 because of the effect of depreciation.
December 31, 1795 Sundry soldiers' claims William Simmons Charles Hyde Acknowledges the receipt of sundry soldiers' claims for pay due at the time they were discharged.
July 15, 1797 Decision of Court Martial Effects on Payment Nehemiah Freeman William Simmons The June pay roll for West Point included two soldiers who were past their service time, but who have been detained due to a court martial. The decision of the court martial was sent to the Secretary of War in May but there has been no reply. Freeman believes it is proper to pay them as they were detained as soldiers.
August 9, 1795 Treaty, Supplies, and Clothing for Soliders Anthony Wayne Timothy Pickering Peace treaty b/w U.S. and hostile tribes of North West of Ohio river signed and copy enclosed. Addressed concerns about soldiers receiving clothing due them after their discharge. Believed that poor book keeping lead to improper dispensation of clothing. Discussed treaty with Great Britain and the sentiments of the dissenters. Lack of supplies at post rampant due to late shipments.
March 28, 1793 Pay of Scouts in Pennsylvania Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan lists the counties in Pennsylvania that have been authorized to employ scouts and specifies the number of scouts for each county which has been limited to no more than eight at five to six dollars per day. He is not aware of any plan for paying those scouts employed in Kentucky.
November 4, 1791 Report on the Estimate of Expenditures for 1792 Alexander Hamilton Speaker of the House of Representatives This is the Secretary of the Treasury's budget estimates for 1792.
March 1, 1790 Letter of Attorney Charles White Robert Prise Power of Attorney from Charles White to Robert Prise. Acts as certification of White's service in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolutionary War.
January 10, 1798 Assignment and Power of Attorney John Maddis Robert Prise Document certifying the service of John Maddis, late soldier in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolutionary War.
April 10, 1786 Orders to take command on the Ohio Henry Knox Nicholas Fish Order for Major Nicholas Fish to proceed to the Ohio River and take command of the troops of the United States
November 10, 1783 Application for Pay David Brearly John Pierce Discusses his application for payment of arrears in his pay for service in the Revolutionary War
December 28, 1787 Abraham Smith discusses army accounts with John Pierce Abraham Smith John Pierce Abraham Smith accounts for the pay of the 6th Pennsylvania Regiment in March 1777.
March 24, 1787 Thoughts on the Constitutional Convention & Shay's Rebellion Henry Knox Jeremiah Wadsworth Knox relates to Wadsworth some of his thoughts about the upcoming [constitutional] convention and the recent insurgency [Shays Rebellion] in Massachusetts.