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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 27, 1800 Enclosed Deposition John McGowen James McHenry Cover letter enclosing deposition of John Star in favor of McGowen's claim as a refugee from Canada. Another deposition to be forwarded later.
November 4, 1796 Examination of Casper Iserloan Casper Iserloan [not available] Iserloan attests that the two annexe powers of attorney are those described by him in his deposition. He states that the big man he mentioned in his deposition may be Thomas Aikens.
March 8, 1787 Identification of Willard John Pierce Samuel Keeler The Commissioner of Army Accounts received Keeler's letter containing his and Willard's deposition. He still wants a description of Willard and how he was dressed as well as a description of the man to whom he sold his certificate. He asks also if either of them are yet in Connecticut. (probably relates to counterfeiting)
May 23, 1797 Examination of Casper Iserloan Casper Iserloan [not available] Addendum to deposition given by Iserloan to the Commonwealth on the false powers of attorney documents. Iserloan declares that two annexed papers are the forged powers of attorney he refers to in his testimony.
August 7, 1795 Deposition of Jacob Heyer William Heyer Colonel Van Emburg Enclosed is the deposition of Jacob Heyer in which he attests to the poor condition of the muskets shipped on board the stage boat "Polly."
April 7, 1800 Deposition in favour of his Claims Lewis Frederick Delesdernier [not available] Cover paper regarding supporting documents for claims by refugees Lewis Frederick Delesdernier and his parents.
November 9, 1799 Deposition of Attwood Fales on behalf of John Pascell Attwood Falles [not available] Sworn testimony of Pascel's bravery and patriotism.
October 26, 1788 Captain Thacher's deposition Samuel Thacher Joseph Howell Presents Captain Thacher's deposition. Hopes this is sufficient to justify issuing certificate; asks for interest on the balance.
September 18, 1799 Deposition for William Maxwell David Alverson [not available] Confirms Maxwell's good reputation and his allegiance to the United States.
September 6, 1793 Deposition of Henry Carrel take by Jared Irwin Jared Irwin [not available] Jared Irwin takes the deposition of Henry Carrel. Carrel gives report of Indian crimes.
[not available] COPY: Deposition to Jury Unknown Author Casper Iserloan Threat to good name and soul if account given to Thomas the Constable is not repeated word for word before the jury.
September 9, 1796 Approved Receipt of Flour Isaac Craig James McHenry Ongoing problem with receiving instructions from War Department for the lawful acceptance of flour provided by the late contractors. Noted that a deposition to support contractors claim that the U.S. ordered flour had to be obtained by someone in McHenry's office.
April 23, 1800 Enclosed Letter James McHenry Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Encloses a letter and deposition from John McGown, refugee from Nova Scotia.
October 28, 1799 Deposition for William Maxwell Thomas Faulkner [not available] Describes Maxwell's destitute conditions after abandoning his profitable business for the American Revolution against the British.
August 6, 1795 Deposition of Jacob Heyer. Jacob Heyer Colonel Van Emburg Deposition of Jacob Heyer in which he attests to the fact that three of the four boxes of muskets shipped on board an Albany sloop were uncovered leaving the muskets contained therein in bad order. Hodgdon refused to receive the boxes until they were covered which was done in a rough manner under the orders of Captain Sedam.
April 29, 1800 Deposition of James Rouse James Rouse [not available] Rouse certified Joseph Luvetne's residence in Albany, Philadelphia, and Boston.
April 1, 1800 Deposition of Mathais Halsted Mathais Halsted [not available] Attests to locations of John Halsted during American invasion of Canada during Revolutionary War.
November 9, 1799 Deposition of Samuel Fales on behalf of John Pascell Samuel Fales [not available] Affirmed acquaintance with John Pascell during their time at Fort Cumberland.
September 7, 1792 The Deposition of William Cockran William Cochran [not available] Father lives on "waters of Holston" river and that he was attacked by Indians near his fathers home.
September 10, 1796 Deposition regarding French involvement with Indians [not available] [not available] Deposition of James Johnson and Louis Bolong regarding alleged French involvement with Indians.
March 8, 1787 Certifying the Certificate John Pierce William Inlay Orders William Imlay to include in his deposition specific information identifying the person, including a description, who presented a certificate for $480 to Imlay's office, the place where he belonged, and the time when it was presented. (Probably relates to counterfeiting)
April 13, 1799 Deposition before Mayor Richard Varick of NYC Edward Chinn [not available] Chinn certified he knew Joseph Biden and that Biden had to leave his home and property during the American invasion.
April 13, 1799 Deposition by Joseph Bindon in Favor of Edward Chinn Joseph Bindon Unknown Recipient Testament that Chinn abandoned his home and profitable trade business in Canada due to invading American troops and now lives poorly.
July 5, 1791 Deposition of Eleazer Lindley Eleazer Lindley [not available] In his deposition, Eleazer Lindley attests to the fairness of the exchange of money and goods for Indian land and also to the complete satisfaction of the chiefs of the Six Nations with the transaction.
November 15, 1796 Allowances Due Ensign Polk, Deposition of Thomas LeFevre William Polk William Simmons William Polk noted allowance due Ensign Polk from his time spent recruiting, in captivity, and marching prior to his departure for the West Indies. Wm. Polk also included a deposition from Thomas LeFevre regarding pay advanced to enlisted men in Fayetteville by Ensign Polk. Wm Polk stated charges against Ensign Polk were not founded on law and he sought attention of Simmons to Polk's case.