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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 14, 1790 Submission of Vouchers Charged Aganist the United States Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, encloses account with vouchers against the United States.
August 27, 1792 Account against the United States Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Encloses account against the United States to include public stores to be shipped to West Point, New York, with exception of cannon, which will be left at Newport, Rhode Island.
December 22, 1795 Letter of accounts against the United States government Jonathan Robeson William Simmons From Baltimore, Lieutenant Jonathan Robeson of Corps of Artillerists and Engineers is transmitting his account against United States. Colonel Rochefontain, West Point, desired he enclose it.
July 1, 1791 Account of Richard Wylly Richard Wylly Henry Knox The United States (for invalid pensioners) on account current with Richard Wylly, Commissioner of Loans for the State of Georgia.
October 31, 1791 Manifestation of Your Zeal George Washington Senate of the United States Washington thanks the Senate for their kind words in response to his message of 10/25/1791 and assures them that his efforts on behalf of his country will continue unabated. He congratulates them for their contributions to the welfare and progress of the United States.
September 26, 1797 Request for Vouchers Regarding Payment of A. Kirkpatrick William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Kirkpatrick owes United States $2,000.00 according the Books of the War Department. Kirkpatrick claimed he settled account with Hodgdon. Simmons requests account information and necessary vouchers from Hodgdon so Kirkpatrick may receive appropriate credit to his account .
August 31, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Daniel Jackson Simmons directs Jackson to forward his oath and designated vouchers to the Accountant's Office.
October 21, 1786 [Circular] Increasing Troops Charles Thomson Patrick Henry Enclosed Congressionally approved act for increasing the number of troops.
January 23, 1787 Account current for Col. Harrison John Pierce Joseph Howell Account current of Colonel Charles Harrison with the United States for his service during the Revolutionary War
December 17, 1794 Accounts Current for Incidental and Contingent Expenses John Habersham Joseph Howell "I hearby enclose my accounts current with the United States for the incidental and contingent expenses of the Department of War in the State of Georgia commencing the 1st of April and ending the 31st day of December 1793, balance in my favor being one thousand nine hundred and seven dollars 76/100 with the several vouchers in support of same."
March 9, 1790 The current account of the paymaster general Joseph Nourse [not available] Account current of Joseph Howell with the United States.
May 29, 1800 Account against the United States for commission and purchases made Joseph Miller William Simmons Miller encloses account against United States for commission on purchases made by order of Secretary of War.
February 5, 1800 Report of Mr. Hillis's Vouchers as Accurate; Forwards Accounts David Henley William Simmons Examined Mr. Hillis's vouchers, which shall be sent to Mr. Herbert. Mr. Hillis will enclose abstracts and vouchers for Henley's expenditures in the Indian Department.
December 5, 1784 Monthly Return for Pennsylvania and Jersey Troops near Fort Pitt Josiah Harmar Richard Henry Lee Josiah Harmar sends a monthly return of troops to the President of Congress for the Pennsylvania and Jersey troops. Reports visit of Commissioners for Indian Affairs to hold a treaty. Awaits orders to evacuate the British posts
February 15, 1796 Enclosed Duplicate Account Joshua Wentworth William Simmons Fear of mislaid account led Wentworth to enclose duplicate copy of account requiring adjustment. Account included in document file. Officers pay.
November 24, 1793 Neutrality Henry Knox George Clinton Threats to neutrality.
October 7, 1798 Letter to the Accountant of the Navy Charles Wadsworth Navy Accountant Wadsworth encloses several receipts for seamen's pay and recruiting that should be added to his credit in his account at the War Department. He also has forwarded several vouchers the amounts for which should also be added to his credit.
December 24, 1789 Protection of Frontiers Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Protection of Virginia frontier to be addressed at next session of Congress. U.S. indebted to state for their supply of ammunition and will be reimbursed.
November 9, 1793 Prevention of French Aggression Against Spain Henry Knox Isaac Shelby Aggression by French towards landholdings of Spanish along Mississippi discussed, U.S. peace with Spain authorized the use of military force to prevent French action.
January 6, 1791 On the Claims of George Smith Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. The Auditor of the Federal Treasury on the claims of George Smith, late deputy judge advocate of the army. Smith was in fact overpaid.
December 29, 1800 Claims of Certain Canadian Refugees Samuel Dexter Thomas Jefferson "I have the honor to enclose to you a Report on the claims of certain Canadian refugees, under the Act of the 7th of April 1798."
March 17, 1800 Request for Forwarded Accounts and Vouchers William Simmons Solomon Ellis Simmons requested the accounts and vouchers for supplies to United States troops in Georgia during 1799 to exonerate Ellis from charges of the advanced amounts.
August 2, 1798 Documents that Establish the Claim of Maryland Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Enclosed are vouchers considered essential to establish the claim of Maryland against the United States for arms lost in the campaign against the insurgents in the Fall of 1794.
February 25, 1796 Funds to be Received William Simmons John Bryant Informs John Bryant at Springfield that Nathaniel Gorham - Supervisor at Boston - will deliver him the sum of 500 dollars for the armory. Discusses vouchers as well.
August 3, 1786 Request for the charges against General DeHaas Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell The author requests the charges against General DeHaas so his account can be drawn and sent with the vouchers for examination. Also John Pierce needs to send the injunctions regarding the transmission of money to Colonel Wood.