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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 4, 1800 Resignation of Maj. Mahlon Ford Mahlon Ford Alexander Hamilton Ford contends that when he reported to Fort Norfolk the post was a picture of destruction due to the incompetence of Capt. Richard Blackburn. He was faced with the choice of either giving up the command or arresting Blackburn. He chooses the former.
March 28, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons forwards the claims for reimbursement made by the state of Virginia to the Secretary at War.
January 8, 1795 Legal Action Against Illegal Stills Alexander Hamilton Tench Coxe The Secretary of the Treasury requests the Commissioner of the Revenue to take measure with District Attorney for illegal stills found in the fourth District (region where Whiskey Rebellion took place in 1794).
July 19, 1798 Certification of payments; compensation of the State of Virginia William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $542.25 is due the State of Virginia, being the expenses incurred by the officers of a court martial convened for the purpose of trying Colonel Wells and Captain Caperton and Hawkins for expenses incurred in arresting the ship "Unicorn", an illicit privateer, which sum is payable to John Lawson, by order of the executive of the said State.
September 3, 1787 Statement to the Board of Treasury John Pierce [not available] Statement to the Board of Treasury from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General regarding public monies, certificates, and other fiscal issues. Discusses Joseph Clay - Deputy Paymaster of the Southern Army - with the Board.