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December 26, 1793 Barbarous and Treacherous Murders William Blount Henry Knox Blount reports on the murder of two peaceful Cherokees by villainous North Carolinians who tried to transfer the blame for their barbarous acts to the people of the territory south of the Ohio. It is important to note that no citizens of North Carolina have been killed by Indians since the Treaties of New York and Holston.
August 10, 1796 Enclosed Statements for North Carolina William Polk William Simmons Polk encloses an account of money he has paid per instruction.
August 7, 1798 Certification of payments; pay of detachment at Fort Johnston, North Carolina Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $216 is due a detachment of recruits at Fort Johnston, North Carolina, being their pay for May and June 1798.
April 22, 1799 Discusses Officers in North and South Carolina and Kentucy James McHenry John Adams Expresses consideration of troops, numbering regiments, and appointment of officers. Lists officers in North and South Carolina and Kentucky.
October 13, 1788 Outrages on Cherokees by people of State of Franklin Richard Winn Henry Knox Following several outrages on Cherokees by people of Franklin, Winn sent letter to Governor of North Carolina to put a stop to future hostilities. Also contacted commanding officers on frontiers of state. Discusses supplies granted by Congress to carry treaty into effect.
February 16, 1791 Pay of the North Carolina Line Joseph Howell William Skinner Howell acknowledges receiving the duplicate receipts for the bills transmitted for the pay of the North Carolina line. He would have acknowledged them earlier but for the increase of business in his office during the session of Congress.
February 2, 1789 Accounts of those who have designs on Indian lands Joseph Martin Henry Knox Martin describes efforts by a convention of people to enter into resolves to raise men to defend themselves outside of the authority of the North Carolina legislature. Mentions a certain Alexander Outlaw as the leader. Corntassel has thought it best to burn the towns of the culprits, by which means they would return to their allegiance. So great a thirst for Indian lands prevails that every...
February 8, 1790 Regarding a settlement for North Carolina Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Relays the request of the Secretary at War that Howell determine the reason that an officer was not included in the settlement for North Carolina.
August 6, 1799 Discussion of Appointment for North Carolina Regiment James McHenry William Davies Recommends Robert Goodloe as a trustworthy, hard-working gentleman. Provides his opinion on the responsibilities of the role. Understands that General Pinckney has already made his selections. Seeks a native of North Carolina.
September 29, 1787 Claims of North Carolina officers John Pierce Robert Fenner Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding the claims of the North Carolina officers for subsistence.
September 29, 1788 Certificates issued to North Carolina Line Joseph Howell Doctor Williamson Certificates issued to North Carolina Line by Mr. Jackson, Assistant Commissioner.
February 11, 1794 Account of Thomas Perkins Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Perkins, late private in the North Carolina line.
September 12, 1797 Inadmissable Charges for Travel to North Carolina William Simmons Griffith James McRee McRea's request for reimbursement regarding trip to North Carolina was denied. Simmons admonished McRea for requesting payment.
May 14, 1800 Contract for Rations in North Carolina [not available] [not available] Copy of a contract for supplying rations in North Carolina by merchant Daniel Wheaton of New Hanover North Carolina.
February 9, 1790 Settlement for North Carolina Joseph Howell Henry Knox Howell's report on the case of a North Carolina officer who was not included in the settlement for the state. Answer to Secretary of War request of 2/8/1790
February 10, 1799 Forwarding Assignments of North Carolina Officers in Provisional Army [not available] James McHenry In an enclosure [not included], Pinckney sends the assignments of most of the officers from North Carolina being given positions in the provisional army, having been selected by the governor from the list prepared by the War Department. Also includes several officers from Tennessee, who are in the same regiment as these North Carolinians, so that relative rank within the regiment might be fixed.
September 6, 1796 Account of William Polk Superintendent of North Carolina William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $33.82 is due William Polk, Superintendent of North Carolina, being his commission on receiving and paying sundry sums of money from the War Dept. between April 2, 1794 and February 21, 1795.
September 30, 1794 Fortifications in North Carolina Nicholas Martinan Henry Knox Letter regarding the progress of the works off the coast of North Carolina. After two months' work, the job at the fort of Cape Fear "is not very much advanced." There are about 200 logs on the spot. The workmen have been in little activity. Mentions other various details about North Carolina coastal projects.
February 5, 1795 Account of John Meaderis Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Captain John Meaderis, late of the North Carolina Line
July 27, 1793 Account of Will Adams Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Will Adams, late private in the 1st North Carolina Regiment.
September 16, 1794 Fortifications in North Carolina Nicholas Martinan Henry Knox Letter to the Secretary of War, regarding progress on the fortifications on the coast of North Carolina
September 13, 1798 Discussion of Appointments of Brooks and North John Adams James McHenry Returns blank commissions. Speaks disparagingly of Major Brooks's appointment. Defers to McHenry and Stoddart to make decision as he considers Brooks a total stranger. Discusses appointment of General North. Requests attention to troops of North Carolina.
January 15, 1786 Journal of the Treaty at Hopewell Commissioners Plenipotentiary Congress of the United States PRINT document. Journal of the Treaty at Hopewell 7-15 January 1786
February 17, 1797 Credit to Read's account William Simmons James Read Acknowledges receipt of receipt rolls of Sergeant Philip Williams and his men at Fort Johnston, North Carolina that will be credited on the books of the War Department accountant’s office.
July 7, 1789 Deplorable Situation of the Cherokees Henry Knox George Washington Knox addresses the current situation pertaining to the Cherokee nation. He estimates the number of Cherokee warriors between 2,000 and 2,650. He observes that the Treaty of Hopewell "has been entirely disregarded by the white people inhabiting the frontiers." This is the third report in a four part series of briefs regarding Indian Affairs that Knox sent to the President.