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April 1, 1794 Report on accounts; duties as Muster Master, and lack of free time due to work Colonel Robert Hays David Henley Discusses accounts and pay as a muster master. Laments how busy he is; cannot devote a day in a month to private business. Mentions muster rolls and procedures. Indians have done a good deal of mischief. Mentions the matter of settlements and General Robertson.
November 12, 1800 Colonel Hayes Accounts David Henley William Simmons Reasons for Colonel Hayes not settling accounts with Henley as Muster Master. Henley thinks Hayes has been overpaid for that work.
June 27, 1795 Insertion of Names to Muster and Pay Rolls Michael Kalteisen William Simmons Letter, encloses a pay roll for March and a muster and pay roll for April and May; mentions that recruiting and contingent accounts will follow.
May 12, 1797 Muster and pay rolls William Simmons Isaac Craig Acknowledges receipt of muster, pay rolls, and accounts. Discusses the account of Lieutenant Polhemus.
April 2, 1796 Payrolls and recruiting accounts William Simmons Edward Miller Payroll issues, muster rolls, and accounts and vouchers for recruiting.
June 16, 1797 Muster and pay rolls and Captain Rickard's accounts William Simmons William Rickard Acknowledges receipt of Rickard's muster and pay rolls of recruiting accounts. Requests that Rickard settle his accounts with the agent of the War Department in Knoxville.
May 26, 1797 Muster Rolls Required for Settlement Forwarded Jesse Lukens William Simmons Upon settlement of his accounts, there was a remaining balance due Lukens for his services in the sublegion. Was not paid out due to "want of evidence" of Lukens being mustered, but he referenced a muster roll that was submitted to Simmons that stated such.
December 18, 1797 Request for Directions on Proper Method of Signing Muster Rolls Nehemiah Freeman William Simmons Freeman is having difficulty getting the muster rolls signed. He will send his accounts in a few days.
April 26, 1800 Request for Evidence of Muster William Simmons Caleb Gibbs Simmons received accounts for muster and inspection by Capt. Samuel Gates and Company. Simmons noted that the company was not mustered for several months, and requested evidence as to the number of months they were mustered.
November 25, 1795 Account information William Simmons David Thompson Acknowledges the receipt of Ensign Thompson's letter enclosing muster rolls, recruiting accounts, accounts current, and vouchers. Proceeds to inform him of the deductions made to his account.
March 13, 1788 Employment of additional clerks Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson From the letter book of the assistant commissioner of army accounts, Joseph Howell. Requests forwarding of muster and pay rolls and the employment of additional clerks
October 11, 1797 Muster and Pay Rolls William Simmons Nehemiah Freeman Muster and pay rolls for troops at West Point for September plus abstract of the subsistence accounts for officers received. Simmons will adhere strictly to principle established in regards to settlement of subsistence accounts. Vouchers transmitted by Freeman passed examination leaving a positive balance of $230.74.
April 4, 1788 Bank note and muster rolls Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson From the letter book of Joseph Howell, Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts in the Board of Treasury's Office of Army Accounts. Discusses the deposit of a bank note and forwarding of muster rolls.
August 25, 1800 Accounts and Vouchers Received William Simmons Caleb Swan Accounts received accompanied by two bundles of muster, payroll, and warrant No. 151 to 226. All to be filed and examined.
January 4, 1795 Muster Roll and Receipts from Captain Ledam [not available] [not available] From Governors Island New York, Captain Ledam sends to an unknown recipient his Muster Roll for December and requests a draft on Colonel Fish. Ledam will deliver his receipts when he visits Philadelphia in February to close out his accounts for 1794.
January 1, 1794 Pay Rolls and Muster Roll John Bryant Joseph Howell Updates on accounts kept by Bryant for Company in Springfield, location of accounts in military stores.
November 11, 1796 Muster and Pay Rolls Isaac Craig William Simmons Letter accompanied by muster and pay rolls for the detachments at the upper posts of the Ohio, with several accounts for pay, forage, and subsistence. Account of expenditures of Serjeant Easton accrued while in pursuit of deserters also enclosed with vouchers. Receipt rolls for Ensign John McCearys detachment enclosed.
February 15, 1794 Muster Roll of Recruits at Springfield Massachusetts Cornelius Lyman Joseph Howell Enclosed is a muster roll for the recruits at Springfield and forwarded with Captain Lyman's accounts
February 28, 1787 Request for muster Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Howell is organizing the papers in his office, particularly the Musters of Pay Rolls, so Nicholson is requested to send the muster which the Howell had previously given him on June 13,1785.
September 3, 1798 Muster and Pay Rolls George Fleming William Simmons Muster and pay rolls of ordnance detachment enclosed. Accounts and receipts of Thomas Hughes included. Vouchers to be arranged shortly.
July 15, 1796 Payment of Troops Isaac Craig William Simmons Muster and pay rolls enclosed, Craig will transmit appropriate paperwork necessary for payment of troops.
June 4, 1798 Explanation of Previous Letter David Hale William Simmons Hale felt no error was made by him regarding accounts. Enclosed muster roll show date of muster for Isaac Williamson and John Henry Aymor.
April 4, 1794 Accounts of Captain Cornelius Lyman Cornelius Lyman Joseph Howell Captain Lyman encloses to Howell the muster rolls at his rendezvous and, having received Howell's letter of March 20, will forward a receipt in a few days.
July 13, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Abraham R. Ellery Simmons informs Ellery that his pay and muster rolls were received and that these accounts will be attended to by the Paymaster General
February 17, 1794 Pay matters at West Point, New York George Fleming Joseph Howell Cover letter for several accounts - his account current, muster and pay rolls of the ordnance detachment, Captain Scott's and his own accounts for salary, and the artificers' accounts for pay. Discusses his account currently. Mentions his "immediate want" of 2,000 dollars for "contingent expenses." Requests a "statement of accounts"