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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
1793 A List of Murders and Deprediations Committed on the Frontiers William Blount [not available] A list of murders and depredations committed on the frontiers of Jefferson and Knox counties in Washington District.
March 31, 1793 A List of Murders and Depredations Committed by Indians William Blount [not available] A list of murders and depredations committed on the citizens of the United States by Indians during the period March 19th-31st, 1793.
March 12, 1793 Murders Committed by Indians in the District William Blount [not available] A list of murders committed by Indians, from the 1st of February to the 12th of March,1793, in the district.
1793 A List of Murders and Depredations Committed by Indians William Blount [not available] A list of murders and depredations committed by Indians from the 16th to the 26th January 1793 in the District of Mero.
May 20, 1793 Murders Committed by Indians in Mero District, William Blount [not available] List of murders committed by Indians in Mero District since the 20th of May, 1793.
December 3, 1792 Deposition of Owen T. Bowen Owen T. Bowen [not available] Bowen attests to the murders of Mrs. Crockett and several others, which he believes were committed by Cherokee Indians.
April 4, 1798 Policy on Murders of Creeks James McHenry James Jackson Wish for system to deal with murder of Indians and discourage future occurrences.
November 18, 1794 Murders by Cherokee Indians William Blount Henry Knox Governor William Blount of Southwest Territory insists that in case of a murder committed by a Cherokee, "satisfaction shall instantly be demanded of the town, or towns, in which the murderer, or murderers, live." This action, he believes "will probably prevent a repetition of murders, without bringing on a national war." If it does bring war, "it could be terminated in the course of a few...
July 30, 1800 Enclosed List of Invalid Pensioners for Pennsylvania Samuel Dexter Stephen Moylan List of pensioners and warrant for their payment, request for list of deaths to remove names from list.
July 1, 1790 Invalid Pensioners List Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln After receiving a list of invalid pensioners from the Sec. of Massachusetts, Knox enclosed a list to Lincoln that contained names absent from list.
September 29, 1798 Enclosed List of Receipts John Hancock William Simmons Request for list of receipts received and answered.
June 8, 1797 Advice on Returned Information & Armaments Samuel Hodgdon Josiah Fox Letter, encloses list re information requested; mentions guns.
October 19, 1789 Exact List of Invalids Henry Knox Thomas Mifflin Request for exact list of military invalids that received or are due a pension. States. Additional list of widows and orphans who have received pay.
April 25, 1789 List of Pensioners Received Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Acknowledged receipt of list pensioners Virginia can charge the United States.
May 17, 1792 Pernicious Counsels of Mr. Bowles William Blount Alexander McGillivray Governor Blount creates for General McGillivray a long list of murders, horse stealings and other depredations by the southern Indians, particulary the Creeks and Cherokees. He has been informed that William Bowles may be the mastermind behind these atrocities.
August 9, 1793 Invalids and the Pension List Edmund Randolph Henry Knox The Attorney General is trying to work with the Secretary of War to deal with the issue of invalids and the Pension List. Suggests writing a letter to some of the invalids to make them aware of the present situation.
October 19, 1789 Request for List of Invalids Henry Knox John Collins Requested list of invalids to follow enclosed format.
April 13, 1799 List of Officers Assisgned to Different Sub-Districts Alexander Hamilton Colonels Ogden & Moore Hamilton wants a list of the principal officers being assigned to each sub-district.
August 12, 1798 List of Recruits George Washington Duncan William Simmons Duncan sends Simmons the list of recruits and their receipts for bounty.
August 6, 1793 The Law of Blood for Blood William Blount Henry Knox Blount and Pickens discuss the dilemma regarding the murders of Cherokees by white marauders. The Cherokees want the perpetrators to be put to death according to their laws but the only way that could be done is following a verdict of guilty by a jury in a trial. But, it will be nearly impossible to find a jury of frontier people who would find white men guilty of killing Indians.
July 25, 1793 Account Adjustments and Peace with Cherokees Henry Knox Henry Lee Knox related troubles in obtaining account information from Virginia, problems with peace accord b/w U.S. and Cherokees.
1798 List of Officers in the Late Army to End of War James McHenry [not available] Illegible list.
May 28, 1799 Approval of Amendment to List of Officer Appointments John Adams James McHenry Adams approves of the changes to the list of officer appointments for Taylor's regiment proposed by McHenry in a recent letter.
July 29, 1798 List of vouchers sent to accountant. Constant Freeman [not available] List of payments made to Wylie Pope, Paymaster of the Militia in Georgia, at Savannah.
1800 List to the Keeper of Military Stores Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Illegible document.