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February 16, 1798 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Ensign Chandler William Simmons Richard Chandler William Simmons discusses the advance pay of Ensign Bowyer with Ensign Chandler.
October 24, 1794 Pay of Ensign Harris Edwin L. Harris Frederick Dalcho Ensign Harris confirms that Capt. Morrison has paid the sum of $23 for his service as an Ensign in the Legion of the U.S.
April 24, 1795 Pay of Ensign Thompson, Ensign Yelverton and their Recruits William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $515.86 is due Ensign David Thompson and Ensign Yelverton Peyton for their pay and the recruits under their command for the first three months of 1795.
April 25, 1795 Pay of Ensign Thompson, Ensign Peyton, & Recruits William Simmons George Gale The Treasurer will remit to George Gale a sum to be transmitted to Ensign David Thompson at Winchester, being the pay of himself, Ensign Yelverton Peyton, and the recruits under his command for the first quarter of 1795.
June 29, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James Richmond Simmons forwards a letter from Ensign Schuyler to Ensign Richmond.
April 25, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance, and accounting with Ensign Thompson William Simmons David Thompson William Simmons notifies Ensign Thompson that George Gale of Baltimore will transmit funds to be disbursed as pay.
July 14, 1795 Ensign Harris's Pay & Subsistence Frederick Dalcho Joseph Howell The sum advanced by Major Habersham amounted to the whole of Ensign Harris's pay and subsistence from the date of his acceptance through October. Ensign Harris passed his return to the contractor and drew his subistence from him.
August 30, 1798 Requisite for the Frigate at Portsmouth Destined for Algiers Captain O'Brien Samuel Hodgdon The following are required for the frigate at Portsmouth destined for Algiers: one ensign jack and pendant, American; one ensign and pendant, Spanish; one ensign and pendant, British; one ensign and pendant, French. The ensigns should be 28 in size, agreeable to the standards established by the British navy.
May 15, 1796 Arrears Owed Ensign Polk William Polk Joseph Howell William Polk argues that the heirs of Ensign Polk are owed his pay since his absences from his post were due solely to the illness that eventually claimed his life.
February 28, 1798 Peter Hagner acts in the absence of William Simmons Peter Hagner Richard Chandler Peter Hagner discusses bounties paid by Ensign McCall with Ensign Chandler.
September 8, 1795 Integrity of Ensign Remington Discussed William Eaton William Simmons Remington put under civil arrest by creditors for debts, and Eaton had the ensign in close confinement. Man who arrested the ensign deserve no thanks from his country due to the debauchery and dissipation that tainted his personal record.
June 6, 1798 Certification of payments; account of Ensign Richmond William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $438.88 is due Ensign John Richmond of the 2nd Regiment, being for his pay, subsistence, and forage as Ensign and Adjutant for October 1797 through May 1798.
May 15, 1795 Pay of Captain Eaton, Ensign Rand & Ensign Remington, and Recruits William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $210.38 is due Captain William Eaton, Ensign Benjamin Rand and Ensign Jonathan Remington, and their recruits for their pay for the month of March 1795.
July 27, 1792 Captain Hannah's inquiry on Ensign Grayson's pay Nicholas Hannah Joseph Howell Hannah reports that he returned from Winchester Virginia, where he inquired about Ensign Grayson's pay, charged by Major Bedinger in his account. Grayson says he received no such money.
September 26, 1797 Accounts of Lieutenant Marks and Ensign Smith William Simmons Captain Edward Butler Discusses accounts of Lieutenant Marks and Ensign Smith.
April 25, 1795 Pay of Ensign Thompson, Ensign Peyton, & Recruits, Etc. William Simmons David Thompson George Gale, Supervisor of Maryland, will transmit a sum to Ensign David Thompson at Winchester, being the pay of himself, Ensign Yelverton Peyton, and the recruits under his command for the first quarter of 1795. It is expected that every officer will make out his payroll, accompanied by the muster, and transmit it to the Accountant's office at the end of every two-month period.
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.
June 19, 1798 Certification of payments; Ensign Samuel Parmele William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $50 is due Ensign Samuel Parmele, being his pay for April and May 1798.
June 21, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Habersham Simmons directs Habersham to make payment to Ensign McCall. Simmons also asks Habersham to explain irregularities in his accounting.
February 15, 1791 Ensign Morgan, Etc. David Zeigler Joseph Howell Ensign Morgan has been added to the muster roll of the garrison.
March 28, 1794 Ensign H. Leitheiser's Receipt Benjamin Mifflin George Clymer Ensign Leitheiser's receipt for $40.20 is returned because it should have been for $47.20.
January 16, 1798 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Ensign Boote William Simmons William R. Boote William Simmons informs Ensign Boote that his receipts are received.
June 8, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Ensign Thompson William Simmons David Thompson William Simmons requests a current account from Ensign Thompson.
May 11, 1798 Receipt for Ensign Merriwether Lewis Edward Carrington William Simmons Letter, enclosing receipt of Ensign Merriwether Lewis.
March 3, 1794 Pay Due Ensign Harman Leitheiser's Recruits Joseph Howell Hartman Leitheiser Ensign Leitheser is to be remitted the sum of $47.20 for pay due his recruits for four months pay in 1793.