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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 11, 1797 Pay and rations due to deranged officers William Simmons James McHenry Discusses the pay due to deranged officers that exceeds the amount appropriated by Congress. Discusses the price of rations allowed to deranged officers
May 19, 1797 Authorization and Deranged Pay Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed two extracts of letters from Quartermaster General authorizing Craig to proceed with his estimates for May. Requested trunk forwarded to Mr. Heath. Not yet determined if Polhemus should receive deranged pay. Request from Turner for silver Prussian binding.
December 5, 1798 Certification of payments; List of deranged officers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $277.21 in reference to act to ascertain and fix military establishment to all officers deranged.
January 31, 1798 Abstract of Payments to Deranged Officers James McHenry [not available] List of deranged officers who have received six months pay and subsistence at the Accountant's Office agreeably to the Act of Congress of March 3rd 1797 and a list of deranged officers who not yet received their six months pay and subsistence.
July 12, 1797 Pay to a deranged officer William Simmons Nicholas Fish Advises Fish that he will receive money from the Treasurer of the U. S. that he is to pay to Lieutenant Andrew Marschalk for his pay and subsistence owed to him as a deranged officer (demoted, apparently in an Army reorganization)
March 13, 1797 Pay of Deranged Officers James McHenry William Simmons Since the appropriated money is not sufficient to pay all of the officers deranged under the Act of 1796, it would be inappropriate to select which to pay and which not to pay . Therefore, warrants will continue to be granted to those who call until the appropriation is expended.
March 10, 1797 List of Deranged Officers James McHenry [not available] List of officers deranged in pursuance of an "Act to ascertain and fix the military establishment of the United States," passed the 13th of May 1796.
February 22, 1798 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with William Polk William Simmons William Polk William Simmons informs William Polk that he is not considered to be entitled to land because his eligibility as a deranged officer remains in question.
February 26, 1785 Commutation due deranged officers of German Regiment; fraudulent claims Jonathan White Joseph Howell Mentions commutation due deranged officers of German Regiment. Requests guidance on delivery of certificates. Discusses the fraudulent obtaining of certificates.
January 31, 1798 Certification of payments; account of Major Jonathan Haskell William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $234.01 is due Major Jonathan Haskell, being the balance of his current account which includes his pay and subsistence as a deranged officer, in pursuance of the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797, payable to Nathaniel Cushing, Attorney, Power of Attorney.
September 6, 1798 Business Being Much Deranged by the Fever, Etc. David Acheson Samuel Hodgdon Acheson has enclosed to Peter W. Gallaudent & Co. William H. Harrison's draft on Hodgdon for $500 in favor of Jesse and A. Hunt which has been endorsed by them to Acheson and by him to Peter W. Gallaudet & Co. Hodgdon needs this information in case of an accident due to business being much deranged in the city by the fever.
November 22, 1797 Certification of payments; account of Captain John Webb William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $375 is due John F. Webb, late captain of a troop of dragoons, being the six months pay and subsistence allowed to deranged officers by the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797.
March 9, 1797 Questions regarding an Act of Congress William Simmons James McHenry Simmons requests a list of officers deranged under the 3 March 1797 Act "To Ascertain and Fix the Military Establishment of the United States" and the offers allowed six months pay under the act
November 22, 1797 Certification of payments; account of Lt. Cobb William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $191.35 is due Howell Cobb, late a lieutenant in the Army of the United States, being the six months pay and subsistence allowed deranged officers by the Act of Congress of March 3, 1797.
January 5, 1795 Enclosed Account of Provisions David Henley William Simmons Provisions of forage for dragoons. Settlement of deranged officer wrong.
May 5, 1797 Pay for Troops and Compensation for "Deranged Officer" Isaac Craig William Simmons Enclosed muster and pay rolls along with updates of several companies. Discussed compensation for Polhemus as a "deranged officer". List of vouchers enclosed.
September 16, 1784 Settlement matters John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb John Pierce communicates to Andrew Dunscomb in reference to commutation for deranged officers, the status of prisoner release, and the transmission and reciept of vouchers and certificates.
November 1, 1800 Account of Lieutenant Mosely Jonathan Newman William Simmons Respecting the account of Lt. Mosely, the Secretary of War has communicated his opinion that a deranged officer employed in the public service is entitled to reasonable compensation.
January 14, 1785 On the forwarding of muster records and pay books Jonathan White Joseph Howell Discusses arrangements to forward muster records and pay books
November 30, 1796 Enclosed Muster and Receipt Roll, Posted Late due to Missing Receipt of Lieut. Bissell Edward Miller William Simmons Submits receipts for money received from Chester. Cannot submit receipt for Bisseel since he is absent. Request for information on the "deranged" state of Lieut. Bissell, i.e. whether or not he has been removed from office.
March 9, 1797 Pay & Subsistence of Captain William Lewis, 3rd US Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $183.78 is due William Lewis, late a captain in the 3rd US Regiment, being the balance of his pay and subsistence up to October 31, 1796, the day he was deranged.
February 7, 1784 Pay of Continental Army Officers John Pierce Henry Livingston Discusses the entitlement of certain officers to commutation pay by act of Congress.
September 14, 1796 Appointment of Captain Bartholomew Shombergs James McHenry Anthony Wayne Notification that Captain Joseph Dickinson was a deranged officer and Captain Bartholomew Shombergs should receive a new appointment.
July 26, 1797 Credits, accounts, and appointments William Simmons Hugh McCall Mentions documents that will be credited to McCall's account. Notification that he has sent the money for the pay of the Army troops in Georgia to Mr. Habersham. Requests that the accounts of retired officers be forwarded to the War Office. Account of Captain Webb, deranged and now appointed a Lieutenant of Dragoons. Notifies McCall that as a consequence of Captain Howell Lewis' resignation...
July 12, 1797 Receipts for bounty and Marschalk's pay William Simmons Andrew Marschalk Acknowledges receipts for bounty paid to recruits. Explains accounting procedures for bounty pay and the reenlistment of "old soldiers" (men who previously served in the Army). Advises Marschalk that he will receive pay authorized him as a deranged Captain from Nicholas Fish, federal supervisor at New York.