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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 1, 1791 Bad Weather Prevents the Expense Report Thomas H. Cushing Joseph Howell Reports bad weather that has prevented him from submitting and expense report, but will send it at the next post.
December 11, 1800 Receipt for Bills of Expense [not available] [not available] Receipt for $38.12 paid Spencer for bills of expense of Brigadier General Wilkinson.
April 21, 1792 Discusses Expense of Horses and Transportation in Kentucky James O'Hara Henry Knox Discusses number of horses required for the western counties of Kentucky and the expense of transportation.
October 5, 1793 United States Relieved from a Heavy Expense William Blount Henry Knox After being warned of the danger of the fever at Philadelphia, the Chickasaw delegation have cancelled their trip to meet the President which saves the United States the expense of their journey.
April 17, 1795 Expense Related to Pursuing Deserters William Simmons Michael Kalteisen Simmons announces that he is returning Doctor Gillaspy's accounts due to irregularities therein. Kalteisen's recruiting account will remain unsettled until all the monies given him for that purpose are accounted for. The expense involved in the pursuit of deserters must be set forth and all accounts must be certified with receipts included.
July 15, 1799 Expense Report of John McClallen John McClallin Alexander Hamilton McClallen's expense report enclosed in McClallen to Hamilton, 7/19/1799.
August 23, 1790 An Estimate of the Expense of Troops for an Expedition Against the Wabash Henry Knox [not available] An estimate of the expense of employing, for three months, one thousand seven hundred militia, and four hundred continental troops, in an expedition against the Wabash Indians--two hundred of the militia to be mounted. Includes pay and subsistence of militia and Continental troops; Quarter Master's Department, including hire of horses and boats.
March 31, 1794 Regarding Accumulated Expense by the Retail Purchase of Medicines Samuel Hodgdon Henry Knox Regarding accumulated expense by the retail purchase of medicines, where no provision is made. Has consulted with Doctor Balfour and Messrs Jackson and Smith, and has made out an invoice containing every article necessary for the year.
December 31, 1789 Statement of $20,000 Appropriated by Congress Henry Knox [not available] Statement of $20,000 appropriated by Congress on the 20th August, 1789, for the expense of negotiations with the Indian tribes. Monies expended by the commissioners, by superintendent of Northern Department for George M. White Eyes, an Indian youth of the Delaware tribe, in order to return to his country, having been educated at the expense of United States.
January 31, 1798 Saving the Expense of Rent John Steele Samuel Hodgdon An account has been adjusted at the Treasury in which $192 is due Hodgdon, the sum paid to William Smith for two years' rent of store No. 2 in which the rigging and sails of the ship "Cassius" are deposited. The sum will be paid at the Treasury but the expense can be saved in the future if these articles are moved to a public store.
February 3, 1797 Justififying the Expense of Supplies Delivered to Fort Norfolk Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Colonel Carrington has reported that the Commanding Officer of Fort Norfolk in Virginia has directed that his supplies be delivered to the fort rather than to the nearby town. Wolcott wants to know if the extra expense involved in agreeing to this demand is justified.
January 1790 Regarding Knox's Proposals on the Militia Benjamin Lincoln Henry Knox Lincoln notes that although Knox's proposals would make for the strongest militia in the world, the people of Massachusetts will not support it on the basis of expense, pay of officers, no pay of men, burden on masters, calling the youth indiscriminately, and time of service.
December 31, 1789 An estimate of the annual expense of a corps, to consist of two regiments of infantry, of ten companies each, and one battalion of artillery of four companies, each company to be composed of four sergeants, four corporals, two musicians, and sixty privates, amounting in the whole to one thousand six hundred and eighty non-commissioned officers and privates. Henry Knox [not available] An estimate of the annual expense of a corps, to consist of two regiments of infantry, of ten companies each, and one battalion of artillery of four companies, each company to be composed of four sergeants, four corporals, two musicians, and sixty privates, amounting in the whole to one thousand six hundred and eighty non-commissioned officers and privates.
September 8, 1796 Expense of the Late Militia Army Joseph Nourse Samuel Hodgdon In response to a resolution of Congress, the Treasury is preparing a statement showing the annual expenditures of the War Department through December 1795 in which the expense of the late Militia Army of the Western Expedition is shown. Nourse wants an account of the articles furnished the Militia by the War Department listed under appropriate headings.
November 1, 1784 Harmar's Receipts Josiah Harmar Joseph Howell Josiah Harmar forwards expense receipts to Joseph Howell.
November 18, 1799 French Instruction on the Use of the Sword Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Hamilton assures Smith that he has no objection to officers being taught the use of the sword by French gentlemen as long as there is no expense to the public.
September 14, 1798 Seeks Assistance for Sick Sailors Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Reports leaving sick sailors at various ports. Doctors have been employed at great expense. Seeks assistance with arrangements for troops and surgeons to be stationed.
June 14, 1789 Estimate of the Expense of the Treaty [not available] Henry Knox Estimate of the expense with which a treaty with the Indians of the Wabash and Miami rivers would probably be attended. Numbers supposed to be between 1200 to 1500 men.
September 12, 1796 Money not to be sent by water William Simmons Joshua Wentworth Notification that because of its possible risk and expense Simmons prefers that Wentworth not send a sum of money by water transport, requesting him instead to convert it to a note or send it by land
March 14, 1800 Regulations Respecting Certain Supplies James McHenry William Simmons Enclosed are regulations respecting certain supplies and objects of extra expense. Simmons should communicate these regulations to the parties affected by them and regulate and facilitate the settlement of their accounts.
May 5, 1791 Great Expense Incurred by the Militia Henry Knox Major General Richard Butler Knox stresses the importance of marching regular troops and levies to the western frontier so as to relieve the militia whose service is purchased at great expense to the United States.
August 23, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons provides the Secretary at War an estimate of the expense involved in moving the Accountant's Office from Philadelphia to Trenton, New Jersey.
March 14, 1800 Regulations Governing Purchase of Supplies James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Enclosed regulations regarding supplies and objects that are of "extra expense". McHenry ordered Hamilton to take the regulations under advisement and to execute the purchase of supplies per regulations.
December 8, 1797 Discussion of Tradesmen, Frigate Constellation, and Expense Estimates James Sterrett Josiah Fox Letter, discusses tradesmen relative to Frigate Constellation; discusses estimate of expense.
March 17, 1800 Regulations Concerning Construction & Repair of Buildings Alexander Hamilton [not available] General Orders: "Presents regulations concerning the construction and repair of buildings or barracks and concerning objects of special expense."