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June 6, 1791 Difference in Price of Musicians' Coats Henry Knox Oliver Wolcott, Jr. The subscriber, having inspected the clothing furnished by Shepherd & Smith for the non-commissioned, privates, and musicians of the levies agreeable to the contract made with the Secretary of the Treasury, judges that there ought not to be any difference in price between the non-commissioned and privates but the musician's coats, made of red cloth of a better quality ought to be more than the...
June 16, 1794 Contract Price of a Complete Ration Joseph Howell John Meyer Howell wants to know the contract price of a complete ration in the present year.
February 5, 1798 Request contract price for rations at Elizabeth Town New Jersey William Simmons Nathan Jones Simmons requests that Jones provide the contract price for rations at Elizabeth Town New Jersey.
April 17, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Thomas Underwood Simmons directs Underwood to provide verification of the contract price of a ration.
March 26, 1798 Question about the contract price for rations at Niagara William Simmons Mr. Jones Simmons asks Jones at Treasury Department to inform him of contract price for rations at Niagara for 1798-1798.
August 2, 1800 Request for Issue of Rifles to Complete Indian Annuity Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Hodgdon requests that Harris deliver five rifles to Israel Whelen which will complete the annuities [presents] granted to the Indians and for which the purveyor will pay the contract price.
[not available] Contract Prices for Rations by Location William Simmons Nathan Jones Accountant for War Department requests Mr Jones to inform of contract price for rations at New Brunswick New Jersey for 1797 and 1798. Note below indicates 16 cents.
March 12, 1787 Contract to Clean French Carbines William Price Henry Knox Price certifies for Knox that James Morrow has cleaned 480 French carbines at a total cost of $75.
January 30, 1798 Contract price of rations at sundry places as ascertained from Treasury Department William Simmons Nathan Jones Simmons requests that Nathan Jones find out the contract price for rations in previous year at Fort Washington, Detroit, New Brunswick New Jersey, Windsor Vermont, Elizabeth Town, New Jersey, Lorimier's.
February 10, 1798 Contract price of rations for 1797 and 1798 R. J. Heath William Simmons Contract prices of rations Fort Fayette, Fort Massac, Fort Knox, Michilamackanac, Fort Wayne.
December 1, 1796 Contract price for officer's rations William Simmons John Steele Simmons requests the at the various Army posts in the country to guide him in settling accounts. Cited in Steele to Simmons, 12/13/1796.
July 26, 1795 Contract Price of Rations at Boston William Simmons Edward Jones Simmons asks Jones to inform him of the 1795 contract price of rations at Boston.
December 13, 1796 List of the Contract Prices of Rations John Steele William Simmons Steele is transmitting a list of the contract price of rations and, in some cases, the price of component parts of a ration that are furnished to the troops of the United States at sundry posts. This information is gleaned from the respective contracts on file at the Comptroller's office.
March 15, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Caleb Swan Order from Simmons to hold Capt. J.W. Patterson accountable for extra rations drawn for 24 recruits in June. Patterson to be charged $3.88 at the contract price of $0.16 per ration.
October 21, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons informs the Secretary at War that a balance cannot be rendered in the case of Capt. Lewis until the contract price of rations is obtained.
June 2, 1797 Pay as a Major William Simmons Jesse Lukens Informs Lukens that he is entitled to receive the pay of a Sub Legionary Major to the 2nd Sub Legion. Cited in Simmons to Lukens, 06/09/1797.
March 24, 1800 Certificates Given to Contractors, Etc. Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Certificates given to contractors should express the quantity of articles supplied but contain no opinion on their price. If the price is unusually high, Rice should make a note on the certificate or communicate the matter to Hamilton. No standards on price have been approved yet.
May 24, 1791 Smith & Shepherd's Contract for Clothing Henry Knox Alexander Hamilton Smith & Shepherd have completed their contact for the clothing for the levies and Mr. Hodgdon has receipted to them for same. Some of the articles were not equal to the pattern and others were superior but on the whole Hodgdon judges that Smith & Shepherd have successfully executed their contract. Additional overalls have been commissioned so that the soldiers will have clean pairs.
October 31, 1798 An Advance of One-Third James McHenry William Simmons In settling the accounts for retained rations at the garrisons on the seaboard and at the several recruiting rendezvous, McHenry proposes that an advance of one-third of the contract price, previous to its augmentation, may be allowed.
January 19, 1798 Contract price for rations at Windsor Vermont William Simmons Nathan Jones Simmons request to be informed by Mr. Jones the contract price of rations at Windsor Vermont since last July.
January 28, 1796 Court Martial at West Point William Simmons James McHenry Discusses with the Secretary of War the sentence at a court martial for three men at the garrison at West Point, whereby they will be required to reimburse out of their pay for clothing and arms.
April 16, 1798 Contract Price for Rations at the Natchez Accountant's Office Mr. Jones Notification that the Accountant of the War Department (Simmons) would like to know the contractor price of rations at "the Natchez" between April and October 1797.
September 8, 1786 Report on Completion of Arms Cleaning Contract William Price Henry Knox Reports the execution of James Manon's contract to clean arms at West Point, with the particulars and prices involved.
June 6, 1798 Answers to Questions Regarding Standard Operating Procedures James McHenry James Deblois Price of rations, payment of officers, seamen, and marines to be standardized at a later date.
October 11, 1798 Price of Rations and Component Parts James McHenry George Washington Enclosed is a schedule showing the price of rations and component parts at certain posts for the year from October 1798 through September 1799, agreeably to the contract.