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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 1800 Bill for Food and Lodging [not available] [not available] Bill for food and lodging, paid to William Shriner
December 13, 1800 Bill for Food and Lodging at White Horse [not available] [not available] Bill for food and lodging for General Wilkinson, his suite, and their horses at White Horse. Reverse of bill has some notes.
December 17, 1794 Accomodations & Clothing for Workmen, Etc. David Ames Samuel Hodgdon Ames observes that the workmen are opposed to living in barracks since they believe they deserve better lodging than that which is fit only for soldiers. Suitable lodging should be provided for them including beds with covering. When they draw their rations at different facilties, the men are scattered which makes for a loss of time. They should also be clothed differently from soldiers.
February 22, 1801 Certification of payment William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; Francis Mentges for sundry articles of clothing, boarding, lodging of four Senecas and one Tuscarora Indian.
December 6, 1800 Receipt for Food and Lodging [not available] [not available] Receipt for food and lodging for General Wilkinson and his party.
October 27, 1798 Military Court Expenses James McHenry William Simmons The officers and witnesses who attended the late military courts held at Trenton, New Jersey are to be allowed expenses for their board and lodging and travel expenses travelling to and from Trenton. The gentlemen who acted as Judge Advocates are also entitled to similar allowances.
April 24, 1799 Letter to the Superintendent of Military Stores Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Requests a response to his inquiry on what do with arms received from the Watsons. Mentions that he has provided lodging for his accommodation at the house of Anthony Marcellin.
July 27, 1796 Reward of James West for apprehending deserter Peter Hagner James McHenry Hagner certifies that ten dollars is due James West, being a reward for apprehending and lodging in the Philadelphia jail Charles McIness, a deserter from Captain Thomas Hughes' Company.
September 20, 1796 Premium of John Wilson & Thomas Durnel William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that ten dollars is due John Wilson and Thomas Durnel, being the premium for taking up and lodging in the Philadelphia jail [gaol] James Wright, a deserter from Fort Mifflin where he was confined to hard labor.
April 16, 1788 Large Warrant Transmitted to Fund the Recruiting Service Henry Knox Col J. Wadsworth Thanks Wadsworth for willingness to attempt to obtain payments on warrants from the Treasury Board; transmits warrants for $25,000, itemized. The bearer, Lt. Pratt, has been given instructions to recruit and to apply to Wadsworth for various items and lodging needed by the recruits. Gives instructions for prices to be paid for goods; mentions instructions to Pratt regarding when to march...
December 9, 1799 Certification of payment; Frederick Barthold, reward for apprehending L. Miller, a deserter from Captain Cochran’s Company, and Nicholas Pallerd, deserter from Captain Henry’s Company William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $97.86 to Frederick Barthold, reward, jail fees, lodging in apprehending L. Miller, a deserter from Captain Cochran’s Company, and Nicholas Pollerd, deserter from Captain Henry’s Company.
April 8, 1791 Plans for Arrival Caleb Swan William Duer Letter, discusses plans for arrival.
May 12, 1798 An order for six muskets for the President's household James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon Requests a delivery of six muskets to the house of John Adams, to be done secretly and without attention.
August 18, 1797 Lodging with Craig and Expenses Jesse Lukens William Simmons Lukens lodged with Major Craig and incurred unavoidable expenses. Lukens requested an adjustment supported by Simmons to settle accounts.
August 31, 1784 Arrival and care for horses John Pierce John White Discusses arrangements for his arrival and care of his horses.
December 20, 1796 Letter to James McHenry Joshua Seney James McHenry Joshua Seney returns an unused draft for lodging to James McHenry.
March 25, 1795 There is But One John Brown in the Regiment, Etc. Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton After examining the muster and accounts of Colonel Spencer's regiment, Howell concludes that there is but one John Brown in the regiment. He asks Dayton to provide lodging for his son when the time comes to part with him.
April 22, 1800 Extract from Instructions Given to Samuel Annin James McHenry Samuel Annin With the approbation of the President of the United States [Adams] Annin is appointed to succeed John Mackey as paymaster and storekeeper for the Arsenal, Magazine, and Armory at Harpers Ferry on the Potomac in Virginia. His salary will be $600 per annum and one ration per day with the necessary rooms for lodging and reasonable expenses incurred on journeys that involve public business.
December 10, 1800 Receipt of Henry Deal [not available] [not available] Receipt for money paid Henry Deal for goods provided General Wilkinson
May 4, 1799 Letter of Thanks and Offer of Hospitality James Wilkinson Peter Walker Wilkinson thanks Walker for offering his help when Wilkinson moved his family to Concord; asks Walker to accept his family's hospitality there.
December 8, 1800 General Wilkinson's Expenses at Big Spring [not available] [not available] General Wilkinson's bill from Big Spring.
December 18, 1800 Bill for General Wilkinson [not available] [not available] Bill for various expenses of General Wilkinson, paid to Mr. Lyons.
December 1800 General Wilkinson's Expenses at Hancock Town [not available] [not available] Expense of General Wilkinson and his traveling suite in Hancock Town.
December 17, 1800 Receipt of Archibald Johnston [not available] [not available] Receipt for food and lodging for General Wilkinson provided by Archibald Johnston.
July 8, 1799 Regarding locations for the War Office James McHenry Timothy Pickering Talks of the advantages and disadvantages of having his office in Trenton or Philadelphia, mentioning family as an issue. Agrees with the Treasury Secretary that a date for a meeting between all officers and departments should be fixed.