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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 23, 1799 Charge for Repairing Arms at West Point Joseph Cranch Samuel Hodgdon Cranch wants to know what the gunsmiths of Philadelphia charge for the individual parts of the muskets they repair. If he should be required to repair more arms at West Point, should he charge for each stand of arms of for each article? Respecting swivel bands, should he charge for the band and swivel or for the band only?
January 8, 1801 Simmons Informing Orne that a Particular Charge is Too Vague William Simmons Joshua Orne When looking at Orne's accounts as Agent of Fortifications last September, Simmons found a rather vague charge of $60 charged to Jacob Putnam. Simmons is returning the bill so that Orne can better explain the charge.
March 10, 1800 Charge for William Craft's Services James McHenry William Simmons Simmons should state the amount of the expenditures of William Craft as agent for the Department of War, and if Craft has exhibited a charge for his services, its nature and amount.
March 9, 1797 Charge as battalion adjutant not allowed William Simmons Nehemiah Freeman Notifies Freeman that a charge on the payroll of the 4th Battalion at West Point for an officer, Mr. Dransey, acting as adjutant cannot be allowed as no members of the battalion are present at West Point
February 15, 1791 Directions to take charge of public stores at Fort Pitt Henry Knox Isaac Craig Order to take charge of all public stores, which shall be deposited at Fort Pitt.
April 10, 1796 Passes Charge to Captain Boyd M. Reeve James McHenry Intends to pass charge to Captain Boyd.
September 8, 1788 Charge against Colonel Lee Joseph Howell John White Refers to charge against Colonel Lee for purchases and asks if White will close the accounts by arrearages due the Legion.
April 9, 1794 Compensation Should Match the Charge Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt will follow Hodgdon's directions to the letter but reminds him that this is a considerable charge which Hodgdon should keep in mind when deciding on Hunt's compensation.
February 9, 1797 Charge on the War Office books William Simmons Thomas Hunt Notification to Major hunt that he is charged on the books of the War Office with a sum of money paid to him (incomplete letter, missing second page)
June 18, 1784 Charge of stores at French Creek Frederick Foose Samuel Hodgdon Agreement to take charge of the U.S. military stores at French Creek.
April 20, 1799 Instructions to Charge Accounts to Capt. Vance Samuel Hodgdon James Miller No need to apologize for needed information and direction. The storekeeper is right to charge all deliveries to Captain Vance to the Quartermaster General, and Vance must be debited accordingly and all articles must be classed and charged.
October 17, 1797 Notification of Closed Account William Simmons Surgeon's Mate Thomas Farley Simmons searched records in Office prior to the arrival of Farley's letter and was able to close Farley's account. Farley was exonerated from every charge.
September 4, 1793 Letter Signed [not available] [not available] Letter, directs charge of stores; directs return of Indian conferences.
October 4, 1797 My Opinion Respecting the Charge for the Casks Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Tench Francis Respecting the charge for casks mentioned in Mr. Arden's letter, Wolcott observes that his proposal seems reasonable depending of course on what the market indicates. He inquires about the safety of the frigate in Boston.
October 1, 1799 Charge for Postage Samuel Park Samuel Hodgdon Notifies Hodgdon that the charge for postage is $45.46. Once paid, that sum will be placed to Hodgdon's credit and a settlement reached upon Park's return to Philadelphia.
September 7, 1798 Receipt of John Wrenshall of Five Hundred Dollars. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Bill of exchange payable to John Wrenshall. Charge to Quartermaster's Dept.
November 29, 1786 Charge for goods received John Pierce John D. Alvey Informs Alvey that he stands charged in his books with the sum of six dollars for goods received.
1794 Quarterly Returns by Persons in Charge of Public Property Samuel Hodgdon Quartermaster General's Department A detailed draft by Hodgdon of the information required on the quarterly returns made by persons in charge of public property.
April 25, 1789 List of Pensioners Received Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Acknowledged receipt of list pensioners Virginia can charge the United States.
November 26, 1795 Letter from the War Department Accountant William Simmons Caleb Swan Informs Caleb Swan that Ebenezer Sproat has charge of certain funds for the pay and forage of the Army.
May 26, 1800 Seeks to Settle Clothing Account Alexander Hamilton Aaron Ogden Col. Taylor has presented a charge for the transportation of clothing. Seeks to settle account before troops are disbanded.
November 18, 1799 Expenses Related to the Removal to Trenton James McHenry William Simmons Accounts related to extra expenses for the removal to Trenton should conform to the following principles: married men can charge for house rent, transportation of furniture, carriage hire for their familes and expenses on the road; single men can charge for the difference between board in Trenton and in Philadelphia and for stage-hire and expenses on the road.
November 3, 1796 Regarding Blacksmiths' Work Aboard Frigate Josiah Fox Tench Francis Letter, describes terms of blacksmiths helping construct elements for a frigate.
July 14, 1792 Letter from Captain Nicholas Hannah, 3d U.S. Regiment regarding charge exhibited by Major Bedinger against Ensign Grayson Nicholas Hannah [not available] Hannah discusses a pay charge exhibited by Major Bedinger against Ensign Grayson, formerly of his company, for one month's pay. He states that he does not know of monies received. He lists payments that are not legible and suggests there may be a mistake. He notes that Ensign Grayson is at Winchester Virginia. When Hannah receives an answer, he will forward to the recipient.
March 21, 1800 Major Buell's Charge for Double Rations Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton states that Major Buell's charge for double rations is irregular since his post is part of the fortifications of Detroit and cannot be called a distinct post. This case is different from that of officers whose districts contain a number of independent fortresses. Col. Strong appears to be the one entitled to double rations. The excess that Maj. Buell has received should be charged...