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March 22, 1800 Certification of payment; Governess of New York hospital, for expenses of board, attendance and funeral expenses for Private James Cullen, insane, in Captain Jacob Frye’s Company, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; Governess of New York hospital, for expenses of board, medicine, attendance and funeral expenses for Private James Cullen, insane, in Captain Jacob Frye’s Company, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers.
March 22, 1800 Notification of Payment William Simmons William Allison Allison notified of future payment from Fish for the board of medicine and attendance, and for funeral expenses of Private James Cullen (of Capt. Frye's Company).
September 16, 1797 Certification of payments due; pay of Private Henry Sanders William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $14.71 is due Private Henry Sanders of Capt. Lyman's Company, 2nd Regiment, being his pay from November 1, 1796 to February 19, 1797, the day his time expired.
July 23, 1799 Certification of payment; Private John Gardner, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $9.93 to Private John Gardner, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers, for pay, subsistence, and travel expenses from West Point to Philadelphia, his place of residence.
February 2, 1801 Simmons Seeking to Ensure that no Public Monies are Used for Private Purposes William Simmons Thomas H. Cushing Ensuring no private use of public monies
July 29, 1799 Certification of payment; Private William Wellman, 2d Regiment of Infantry William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $9.53 to Private William Wellman, 2d Regiment of Infantry, for pay and forage and travel expenses from Presque Isle to Killingsworth Connecticut.
April 4, 1799 Concern about Money for Troops J. Stiles William Simmons The orderly sergeant and a private of the author's company deserted, stealing over $200. He caught the men outside of Baltimore.
January 6, 1799 [PRIVATE] Drawing Pay and Outfitting Soldiers George Washington James McHenry Unanticipated travel expenses necessitated spending more that the 2 months pay drawn prior to Washington's departure from Philadelphia. Regulations on uniforms not mandated.
May 5, 1797 Pay for Troops and Compensation for "Deranged Officer" Isaac Craig William Simmons Enclosed muster and pay rolls along with updates of several companies. Discussed compensation for Polhemus as a "deranged officer". List of vouchers enclosed.
May 4, 1786 Request for Increased Salary for Josiah Harmar Henry Knox David Ramsay Lieutenant Colonel Josiah Harmar requests increased salary to compensate for the high expenses at his post. Reminds him that Harmar has no desire to take advantage of public service but seeks only reimbursement.
April 24, 1800 Scale of Transportation for Officers to Remote Posts Unknown Author [not available] Tabulation of expenses required to transport officers' private stores to remote military posts.
June 4, 1792 Traveling Expenses Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Tench Coxe Enclosed traveling expenses of the Secretary of War. Expenses incurred visiting military posts. Charges still pending;
July 1, 1799 Discussion of Claims of Elisah Hall with Commission to the Cherokees James McHenry William Simmons Reports on Elisha Hall's report on expenses during his service with the Cherokees, and requests proper documentation from Hall. Seeks to distinguish between Hall's private business and public service, and questions proper charges according to the treaty. Suggests claiming other expenses.
January 29, 1800 Allowed Expenses James McHenry William Simmons Discussed expenses related to the board of troops at taverns and the cost of entertaining citizens at the Captain's table. McHenry believed that the U.S. should pay the incidental expenses of Rodman.
October 16, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons states the policy of the Accountant's Office governing settlements for expenses incurred in pursuit of deserters.
September 12, 1800 Muster rolls of the Cherokee David Henley [not available] Muster rolls of the Cherokee Indians under command of Will Shorey for punishment of offenders.
February 9, 1791 Invoice of Pay and Pensions for Invalids Henry Knox James Tilton The letter provides a list of pay and pensions due to military invalids in Delaware, with notation of those who have moved or are deceased. The second page concludes with an order to pay the pensions out of treasury funds.
May 22, 1799 Certification of payment; Private Nicholas R. Kassen, 2d Regiment Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $10.78 to Private Nicholas R. Kassen, 2d Regiment Artillerists and Engineers, for pay and subsistence and travel from West Point to Easton, Pennsylvania, his residence.
September 30, 1797 Payment of Officers James McHenry David Henley Details on expenses incurred and request for repayment.
June 7, 1796 Pay of Private John Lowry & Private William Davidson William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $40 is due Private John Lowry, private of Captain Van Rensselaer' s Company 4th Troop, and Private William Davidson, of Captain Webb's 2nd Troop, being their pay from December 1795 through May 1796.
1790 [An estimate of the expenses of scouts and rangers, for the protection of the frontiers lying along the Ohio, the Cumberland settlements, and the settlements upon and between the forks of Holston and French Broad rivers, for the year 1791] Henry Knox [not available] An estimate of the expenses of scouts and rangers, for the protection of the frontiers lying along the Ohio, the Cumberland settlements, and the settlements upon and between the forks of Holston and French Broad rivers, for the year 1791. Five men or Scouts to be averaged for each county, and the number of counties of division being estimated at 22.
January 7, 1800 Report of the Expenses of the National Armory James McHenry [not available] The Secretary of War lays before the Senate of the United States an exhibit of the expenses of the National Armory at Springfield Massachusetts with the fullest information he has been able to obtain relative to said establishment.
May 5, 1797 War Department expenses in Georgia William Simmons Samuel Meredith Sends a receipt and a warrant for the money paid by John Habersham, collector of the customs in Georgia, for the expenses of the War Department.
March 29, 1799 Manufacturing Arms at the Springfield Armory David Ames Samuel Hodgdon Ames provides an assessment of arms production at the Springfield Armory. Though he has manufactured as many as seventeen muskets per month, it appears that during the current month he will produce thirteen due probably to the inexperience of the workmen. It also appears that he can make muskets at a lower cost than that of private contractors provided there are no unnecessary expenses.
November 3, 1796 Department expenses in Georgia William Simmons Samuel Meredith Cover letter for transmitting a receipt and warrant for the expenses of the War Department in Georgia.