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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 21, 1799 Preferring a Commission Rather Than a Salary Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Stevens advises Hodgdon that of the three mehods of compensation--salary, commission per centum, or commission per disbursement--he prefers a commission for buying and superintending all military matters.
May 15, 1793 Rough Copy of Minutes Relative to Pay Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Memo, Hodgdon argues that his pay as both Quartermaster General and Commissary of Military Stores was not unreasonable.
December 6, 1790 Act for Raising and Adding Another Regiment to the Military Frederick A Muhlenberg [not available] Full title: An Act for raising and adding another Regiment to the military after establishment of the United States and for making farther provisions for the protection of the frontiers. Official Congressional involvement in the protection of the frontiers of Virginia and Kentucky. Adds a regiment to the United States army, establishes the enlistment bounty as $6. The increase in troops will be...
July 7, 1792 Pay warrant and receipt for salaries of the War Office War Department Unknown Recipient Account of War Office salaries paid.
January 2, 1789 Salaries of the War Office Employees Unknown Clerk [not available] Salaries of the War Office employees for November and December.
March 14, 1799 Compensation for My Services Ebenezer Stevens Alexander Hamilton Stevens requests Hamilton's assistance in deciding whether to be compensated with a salary or by commission. He is not sure that the Secretary of War is aware of the nature of his service attending to public matters nor of the considerable amount of time they require.
December 21, 1796 Salary Increase for John McKee. James McHenry John McKee McHenry informs McKee that in consideration of his station and duties within the Cherokee Nation, his salary has been increased to $500 per annum
October 6, 1800 Augmentation of My Salary Peter Wilson Samuel Hodgdon Because of his care, diligence, and efforts in preventing the books from getting into a state of arrearage, Wilson is soliciting an augmentation in his salary. Others whose duties are less arduous receive one thousand dollars per annum while he receives only seven hundred dollars.
November 22, 1799 Engaging Additional Stores James Miller Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Harris engaged the additional stores from Mr. West and will inform Hodgdon how much he is charging for rent. Miller engaged one from Thomas Allison to store the goods for six months at a rate of $700 per annum.
August 10, 1792 Contractor Offer Alexander Hamilton Clement Biddle Official offer to be contractor for rations of U.S. military. Compensation of $800.00 per annum.
June 19, 1799 Compensation of Ebenezer Stevens James McHenry Ebenezer Stevens Even though Stevens' responsibilities don't measure up to those of the storekeeper at Philadelphia, he will receive compensation in the amount of $1250 per annum. His duties will include procuring materials for fortifications, paying workmen and laborers, and other duties connected therewith.
July 18, 1791 Salary of Winthrop Sargent Joseph Howell Winthrop Sargent Sargent is paid $187.50 for his salary as Secretary to the territory northwest of the Ohio River for the second quarter of 1791, as part of his salary per annum of $750.
December 25, 1791 Knox appoints Stagg for new position Henry Knox John Stagg Letter, discusses appointment to office and pay.
May 31, 1799 Compensation of Ebenezer Stevens James McHenry Ebenezer Stevens McHenry wrote to Major General Hamilton that Col. Stevens should be allowed one thousand dollars per annum for his services. If this compensation should prove inadequate, McHenry would consider an increase to a level that is adequate. The duties that will be required of Stevens are listed.
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.
July 1, 1790 Salaries of the Secretary of War and his Gentlemen War Department [not available] Account, Salaries of the War office.
April 19, 1799 Salary of $2000 Per Annum Ebenezer Stevens Alexander Hamilton Stevens states his preference for a salary of $2000 per year as agent to the War Department, dating from the date of his appointment.
September 28, 1791 Document, type undetermined [not available] [not available] Account, War Office salaries paid.
September 16, 1799 Chapin submits warrant for salary to Secretary at War Israel Chapin Jr James McHenry Chapin draws warrant for his pay and sends to Secretary at War
January 6, 1791 Pay warrant and receipt for War Office salaries War Department [not available] Payment Warrant, War Office salaries paid.
January 3, 1792 Pay warrant and receipt for salaries of the War Office War Department [not available] Account, War Office salaries for the months of October, November and December.
September 11, 1789 Knox informs Eveleigh of his appointment as Comptroller Henry Knox Nicholas Eveleigh Letter, advises Comptroller of appointment.
September 30, 1793 House & Stores on Water Street John Steinmetz Samuel Hodgdon Since the lease that Hodgdon currently holds on Steinmetz's house and stores on Water Street will expire at the end of the year, he wants Hodgdon to know that the current rent of 250 pounds per annum will continue if he chooses to maintain possession. Payments will be made on a quarterly basis and Hodgdon should know that the rent is not higher than that on other property of equal value.
March 15, 1793 Knox discusses school for education of Indian children Henry Knox General Israel Chapin Letter, directs support establishing school.
November 18, 1794 Whiskey supplies for troops Alexander Hamilton Presley Nevill Appoints Presley Neville agent for procuring supplies in the Western country for the use of the army, with a compensation of $250 per annum in lieu of commission. The purchase of whiskey is to be his first object.