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March 14, 1793 Joseph King late Agent to the Regiment of Artificers in Account with the United States. Joseph Howell Joseph King Settlement with Joseph King late Agent to the Reg. of Artificers in Account with the United States.
February 28, 1800 Settlement for Deputy Agent to the Cherokee James McHenry William Simmons Letter from Secretary James McHenry to William Simmons, War Department Accountant. Silas Dunmore, late deputy agent to the Cherokee Nation, is to be settled with for the necessary expences which he incurred in the discharge of his trusts as Deputy Agent from June 1794 to February 1799.
December 8, 1788 Settlement of Colonel Nicola accounts Joseph Howell Colonel Lewis Nicola Certifies that Colonel Lewis Nicola late commanding the Invalid Regiment and agent, has settled accounts as agent to the Regiment.
May 8, 1799 Reports Interactions with Indian Agents David Henley James McHenry Reports letter from Cherokee chief, Doublehead. Mr. Mitchell, resident agent for the Chactaw, reports that all is well. At his death, chief Appomingo counseled his people to remain friends with the whites. Encourages the government to maintain good relationships with his children.
April 21, 1786 Pay settlement John Pierce Talmadge Hall Request for Hall to come to the Board of Treasury to provide an account of a transaction necessary for the settlement of his pay as agent of the Invalid Corps during the Revolutionary War.
September 12, 1786 Petition of Daniel Pendleton John Pierce Charles Thomson The Commissioner for Settling the Accounts of the late Army has reported on the Petition of Daniel Pendleton, late captain of artificers.
July 2, 1800 Request for Cooperation in Settling Contracts Made By Tench Francis Samuel Dexter Israel Whelen Letter, discusses contracts for gunlocks and cartouch box blocks. Directs Whelen to settle these and all contracts made by the previous purveyor, Tench Francis.
August 16, 1800 Accounts and Vouchers Received Peter Hagner George Harrison Accounts and vouchers for late purveyor Tench Francis received. Vouchers bear signature of Harrison as agent, but was unaccompanied by letter from Harrison. Accounts to be placed under examination.
October 24, 1791 Request from North Carolina Line Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Cover forwarding a request from the agent of the North Carolina Line.
January 11, 1788 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with Joseph King Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell informs Joseph King that he is not entitled to be issued a certificate.
January 25, 1800 Agent has Reported in Favor of Claim David Henley [not available] Reports that the agent has reported in favor of McCroy's claim.
April 22, 1792 Robertson Temporary Agent Henry Knox William Blount Mentioned President approving General Robertson as temporary agent for Chickasaws. Discussed conciliatory actions between Chocktaws and Chickasaws.
February 3, 1790 Account settlement Joseph Howell Joseph Nourse Concerning the settling of Capt. David Bushnell's account, late agent for the Corps of Supplies.
March 31, 1797 Notification of Estimated Costs for Posts, Appointment of Agent for Q.Master's Dept. in Philadelphia John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon Wilkins directed by Sec. of War to appoint an agent for the Quartermaster's Department in Philadelphia, Wilkins notified Hodgdon he would receive a letter of Attorney authorizing Hodgdon to act as agent for Wilkins.
June 1793 Appointing a Confidential Agent of the Quartermaster's Department Henry Knox Isaac Craig Craig must appoint a confidential agent of the quartermaster department if one does not already exist and balance [Lieutenant Colonel] Sprout in Marietta.
February 8, 1793 Petitions of Hunt, Fox, and Bacon Henry Knox [not available] Knox reports on the petitions of Sergeant Isa Day and Private William Perkins who were in the Third Massachusetts Regiment. Arrears due them for pay were placed in hands of the Regimental Agent, who became bankrupt. Mentions the petitions of Thomas Hurrt, John Fox, and Henry Bacon as being the same.
March 13, 1800 Enclosed Report on Silas Dinsmoor, Temporary Indian Agent William Simmons John Adams Simmons enclosed the final report on the claim of Silas Dinsmoor, Temporary Indian Agent, and sent it directly to Adams because he and the Secretary of War differed in opinion over the authority exercised by the Secretary of War. Simmons requested private audience with President on the subject to more fully explain his situation.
November 2, 1796 Pay for acting as agent for the War Department William Simmons Nicholas Fish Notification that he will be paid for acting as an agent for the War Department in paying and receiving monies.
April 26, 1793 Gunn discusses Indian affairs in the South with Knox James Gunn Henry Knox Letter, describes problems with Indian affairs, the Indian agent, and the army command in the south.
February 19, 1800 Reports Questions about Lieutenant Davidson's Claims David Henley William Simmons Seeks to understand the facts of Lieutenant Davidson's claims. Received report from William Blount. Information proves that Mr. Allison was paid. Refers to records of Mr. Howell, late paymaster. Refers to tribute to the late General Washington.
September 18, 1800 Simmons Receives Accounts from the Late Trench Francis, with Signature from George Harrison William Simmons George Harrison Simmons recovered a packet containing sundry accounts and vouchers of the late Purveyor Tench Francis bearing Harrison’s signature. However no letter from Harrison on the subject accompanied the packet. The packet will be examined and Harrison will be informed of the result.
March 24, 1795 Account of Edward Carrington David Lenox Joseph Howell Edward Carrington has transmitted to Lenox his account which states a balance of $12,575.94 due him as an agent for the Virginia line of the late militia army against the insurgents.
July 5, 1797 Enclosed Copy of Waste Book of the Agent for the Dept. of War Stephen Hillis William Simmons Copy of waste book of the Agent of Department of War for monies paid by him May to June 1797.
March 19, 1797 Indian Agent Report from Hopewell in Georgia Benjamin Hawkins James McHenry Hawkins' report on his activities as Indian agent at Hopewell in Georgia and general observations on his travel through Georgia.
July 13, 1791 Red Jacket's Speech Red Jacket [not available] In his speech, Red Jacket discusses the peace talks, the British forces on the frontier, British and Indian relations, and Indian independence.