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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 19, 1787 Deduction for the Society of Cincinnati John Pierce James Tilton Informs Dr. Tilton that his assertion in his recent letter is correct and the deduction for the Society of Cincinnati was not properly entered in the public books because of a clerk's error.
September 5, 1797 Receipt of Muster and Pay Roll William Simmons Andrew Marschalk Simmons received Marschalk's letter dated September 2nd regarding Muster and Pay rolls for recruits under Marschalk's command. Simmons deducted $1.69 from sum leaving $192.24 as payment. Fish will issue money upon receipt of duplicate receipts. Simmons enclosed receipt roll to explain deduction.
September 27, 1800 Delivery of musket barrels for manufacturing muskets Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of musket barrels for manufacturing muskets.
January 24, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Henry Simmons informs Henry that a deduction will be made from his pay. Simmons also discusses room rent and expenses for attending court martials.
March 28, 1797 Pay deduction William Simmons Jonathan Robeson Simmons notifies Robeson that he has deducted the money Robeson owed to the War Department from Robeson's pay.
February 27, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Captain Presley Thornton Simmons informs Thornton that he has overdrawn rations and the excess will be deducted from his pay.
July 10, 1797 Deduction of $1.20 Captain Samuel Nicholson William Simmons Nicholson expresses concern regarding the $1.20 that Simmons had deducted as an over-charge in Nicholson's subsistence account. His pay and subsistence for April 1 to June 30 is $334.20 and if he made a mistake he has been making the same mistake for three years.
December 20, 1799 Price of Carriages Samuel Tredwell William Simmons A deduction in the price of carriages stipulated in Tredwell's first agreement with Jacob Blount will be required to meet the specifications of the Secretary of War. Since the value of the carriages are not known, that account will be left open. As soon as that amount is known, it should be transmitted so as to be drawn by Mr. Blount.
April 3, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Peter Shoemaker Simmons provides Lt. Shoemaker with his account balance.
August 18, 1795 Deduction from the Account of John Dunwoody Richard Harrison Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon's account of advances agrees with the charges exhibited except for the sum of twenty dollars which appears to have been paid on account of John Dunwoody. Should there be any pending claim by him, that sum should be deducted therefrom.
December 3, 1789 Refund of the Deduction from My Pay John Mercer Joseph Howell Mercer finds that $38 has been deducted from his pay which ought to be refunded because he drew that money for Ensign Luce and paid it to him and took his receipt. Both Capt. Beatty and Mr. Luce have informed Mercer that the sum was charged to Mr. Luce and already deducted from his pay. The account should be examined and the money sent by Doctor Scott.
December 25, 1795 Objections to Deduction in Pay Nehemiah Freeman William Simmons Freeman received blank receipt rolls and letters from Simmons. Freeman objected to the deductions in pay of Luke Aisal. The soldier served until late November when he was claimed by his master, his pay was paid up by order of the Commanding officer. Questions regarding a refund of pay, Freeman requested answers from Simmons.
September 12, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Isaac Craig Simmons states that officers were overpaid subsistence by Craig.
December 31, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Alexander Thompson Simmons informs Thompson of his account balance.
November 25, 1796 Account and balance due William Simmons George Fleming Cover letter for a copy of Fleming's account current with statement of differences as settled at the War Department and notifies Fleming of the balance due to the United States
March 15, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Russell Bissell Simmons provides the balance of Bissell's account given the receipts at hand.
June 23, 1797 No increase in pay William Simmons Caleb Swan Discusses accounting matters. Informs Swan that Congress intended no increase in his pay when it gave him the title "Paymaster General."
July 26, 1798 ENCLOSURE: Clothing Pattens Thomas Ewing James McHenry Advises on uniform coats not made to pattern.
January 4, 1799 Treaty of Holston, Etc. James McHenry Senator Joseph Inslee Anderson In this mostly illegible letter, the following can be read; Cherokee Indians; William Blount, Governor of the Southwestern Territory; Treaty of Holston; steal a horse; laws of the United States; property stolen; Indian tribes; frontier; value of the property; deduction for stolen horses; Intercourse Law; compensation; application to Congress; General Daniel Smith; Power of Attorney;
June 11, 1784 Settlement of account Hezekiah Wetmore John Pierce Discusses settlement of his account.
January 9, 1796 Concerning Payments and Vouchers Peter Hagner Nehemiah Freeman Letter from the War Accountant's Office concerning payments and vouchers in relation to Nehemiah Freeman.
May 28, 1798 A Discount on the Enormous Freight Charges Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith In addition to discussing the shipment of sundry cannon, Hodgdon asks Smith to inquire about a possible reduction of the freight charges for the heavy 24 pounders and carriages.
February 18, 1784 Settlement of pay accounts F. De Brahm John Pierce De Brahm discusses the settlement of his pay account with the Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts.
November 11, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Ensign Bowyer William Simmons Henry Bowyer William Simmons informs Ensign Bowyer that Edward Carrington will pay him.
March 26, 1800 Questions on Accounts of Elias B. Dayton William Simmons James McHenry Dayton, Contractor for New Jersey paid considerable sums upon orders of Officers for bed sacks for soldiers in Union camps. Simmons requested guidance on the requirements and rules for billing.