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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 22, 1792 Compensation Henry Knox Isaac Craig Compensation for additional service promised. Updates on forges and clothing.
June 15, 1792 Craig's Compensation Henry Knox Isaac Craig Knox notes that Craig's conduct has been subject to the strictest examination and he is convinced that the compensation stipulated for Craig's services is inadequate. Knox will endeavor to see that satisfactory compensation is provided and will contact Samuel Hodgdon regarding past compensation. Present compensation will be as Deputy Quartermaster General.
May 28, 1796 Charges for Tracking Indians Unallowable William Simmons James McHenry Enclosed account of Capt DeButts for tracking Western Indians. Compensation cannot be given to DeButts who requested compensation for additional services; an act not authorized by law.
February 20, 1801 Clothing Orders and Compensation Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon In the future, clothing orders will be packed up based on the needs of entire companies. Details on obtaining compensation for services rendered the Ordnance and Clothing Departments.
April 26, 1800 Compensation of Officers of the Quartermaster's Dept. James McHenry William Simmons In order to make a determination regarding the compensation of officers and agents employed in the Quartermaster's department, McHenry will need the Report of the Quartermaster General on each particular case with his reasons for the compensation or allowance authorized.
April 3, 1800 Compensation for Superintending the Canal James McHenry William Simmons The reasons stated by John Mackey, paymaster and storekeeper for the armory at Harpers Ferry, for the compensation he allowed Mr. Shepherd for superintending the canal convinces McHenry that a man of character qualifed for the task could not have been procured on lower terms. The compensation therefore should be approved.
August 24, 1792 Regarding inadequate compensation as clerk in Quarter Master office Archibald Read Samuel Hodgdon Asks about compensation as clerk in Quarter Master office, which Read believes was inadequate.
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.
March 13, 1800 Answers to Questions Regarding Payment William Simmons Joshua Orne Letter sent by Orne forwarded to Secretary of War who will decide on proper compensation. In regards to Orne's question on additional compensation for the master mason Simmons advised Orne to refer to the instructions given to him by the Secretary of War.
December 31, 1794 Compensation for Duties Performed Henry Knox George Fleming Knox congratulated Fleming on the work he performed over the past year and felt Fleming was due monetary compensation for his labors. If the repairs to Fort Clinton and Fort Duham were not carried on then the rate of compensation was to decrease.
July 6, 1799 Compensation for Slaves' Services Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton "...Some of the officers wish to take their own slaves as servants and wish to be informed whether any and what compensation will be made for their services..."
January 25, 1793 Returns of Ordnance and Military Stores; the Matter of Craig's Compensation Henry Knox Isaac Craig Received returns of ordnance and military stores. Asks for monthly returns. Addresses Craig's rate of compensation. Does not believe Craig entitled to separate compensation for erection of block houses at Pittsburg. Notes that a public officer should have a fixed and known compensation.
October 1, 1795 Compensation of John Vermonnet, temporary engineer Georgetown William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $958.00 is due John Vermonnet, temporary engineer at George Town, being the balance of his account for compensation from May 17th 1794 to September 30th 1795.
March 25, 1800 Cover Letter of Supporting Documents on Refugee Status John Torrey James McHenry Explains that his health and remote residence are the reason why his request for compensation offered by Congress to refugees from Canada is submitted so late.
October 20, 1800 Compensation of Captain Guion Samuel Dexter William Simmons Even though at the time of his service the office of Deputy Paymaster was not in the law, Captain Guion is entitled to the thirty dollars compensation per month that the law now allows because he did in fact perform those duties with efficiency and accuracy.
November 24, 1798 Applications for compensation and allowances James McHenry [not available] Refers several applications from officers and agents for compensation for services performed, or allowances for expanses.
March 4, 1795 Compensation to Supervisors, Etc. Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Enclosed is the account of Colonel Edward Carrington, Supervisor of Virginia, for commissions on moneys he has disbursed. General Knox has informed Howell that the compensation authorized by his letter was intended for actual disbursements only. Both Knox and Colonel Hamilton agree that some compensation should go to the supervisors for monies paid through their hands to recruiting officers.
December 29, 1800 [Report submitted to Congress]. Oliver Wolcott [not available] Compensation of specific Canadian refugees relative to law passed by Congress April 7, 1798.
April 2, 1800 Compensation of Simmons' Clerks James McHenry William Simmons McHenry has received the list of Simmons' clerks and the sums to which each may be entitled during the coming year. According to the law, the Accountant's office is entitled to $6,340 but compensation is to be based on the previous year and Simmons never submitted the appropriate application. The compensation of clerks may vary as Simmons sees fit but the total cannot exceed the stated...
June 13, 1794 Enclosed Receipt of Isidore Stouff for Compensation as Temporary Engineer John Habersham William Simmons Acknowledges Simmons' of May 17, encloses a receipt from money paid Isidore Stouff for compensation as a temporary engineer.
November 13, 1800 Expenditures David Henley William Simmons Notification that estimate of expenditures has been forwarded along with second submission of claims by several officers for compensation. Cites movement of office to different locations as reason for possibly missing the request for compensation.
April 19, 1800 Concerning the compensation claims of Silas Dinsmore Henry Knox James McHenry Addresses the compensation claim of Silas Dinsmore. Does not recall Dinsmore's claim of a promise for rations and payment for horses.
April 13, 1790 Investigation into Cannons, Shot, and Shells Henry Knox William Finnie Investigation into cannons, shot, and shells at various locations to be brought to Knox. Compensation to follow.
September 20, 1784 Compensation for widow John Pierce Mrs. Vergereau Informs Mrs. Vergereau of the process required to receive compensation as a widow of a fallen soldier.
March 15, 1798 Certification of payments; compensation of Augustus DeGrasse Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $230 is due Augustus DeGrasse, temporary engineer at Charleston, being his compensation for October through December 1797.