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January 9, 1800 Discussion of Officers and Regular Troops James McHenry [not available] Discusses relationship and supplies between regular troops, officers, and commissioned officers.
April 14, 1800 Payment Lieutenant John Wallinton for Paying Subsistence Accounts of Regular Officers David Henley James McHenry Henley makes payment of $300 to Lieutenant John Wallington to be appropriated for paying subsistence accounts of regular officers under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
July 8, 1800 Bill of Exchange for John W. Hooker for Paying the Subsistence Accounts of Regular Officers in Tennessee David Henley Samuel Dexter Payment of $2000 to John W. Hooker to be appropriated to paying subsistent account of regular officers under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
July 19, 1799 Spirit Manifested by the People, Etc. James McHenry William Cavendish McHenry extols the spirit manifested by the people in most parts of the Union to support their government in response to the ambitious views of France. The regular regiment to be raised in Virginia already has a full compliment of officers so the gentlemen recommended by Cavendish will be candidates for commissions in the eventual army if it becomes necessarty to raise it. Their names will be...
August 29, 1799 Requests Payment for Thomas Humez to Pay Officers of Regular Troops David Henley James McHenry Requests payment for Thomas Humez to pay officers commanding regular troops under Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
May 17, 1793 Pay of the Regular Troops to the Westward Joseph Howell Caleb Swan General Posey has been remitted $20,774 for the pay of the regular troops to the westward for February and which includes the arrears of subsistence due officers for 1791 and 1792 and the pay of certain scouts. Mr. Britt should be contacted repecting the accounts of 1791.
January 10, 1799 Regular Peace and War Establishment & the Provisional Army James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry wants Hamilton to examine existing laws related to the Regular Army to determine what should be retained in two new bills relating to the Regular Army and the Provisional Army.
September 8, 1790 Murder of a Creek Indian & Comparative Rank of Officers Henry Knox George Washington Knox forwards a letter to Washington from Governor Telfair that reports of a murder of a Creek Indian. Knox opines that Telfair appears to have taken appropriate measures. He also mentions issues of rank between regular and militia officers.
September 20, 1793 Extract from General Orders [not available] [not available] Extract from General Orders issued at Headquarters relating to complains about late pay.
September 3, 1790 Jealousy Among Troops Henry Knox Josiah Harmar Addressed possibility of jealously between militia and regular troops and its effect on the success of the expedition to the West. Advised every precaution to remove possible jealousies b/w militia and regular troops.
July 13, 1792 Regular Returns and Transport of Powder Henry Knox Isaac Craig Advised regular communication on returns and ordered all powder to be encased in barrel to protect canvas from injury.
April 20, 1799 Discusses Transition from Volunteer to Regular Troops James McHenry William MacPherson Writes about the transition from volunteers to regular troops. Commends volunteers. Refers to troops from Vermont, who await his orders. Discusses contractor expenses.
May 18, 1799 Appointment & Recommendations of Officers from Massachusetts Volunteers John Adams James McHenry Notifies McHenry of the appointment to a regular army officer's post a Captain Chandler and Lieutenant Flagg of the Massachusetts volunteers, and recommends others from the same source.
March 14, 1797 Pay of the Regular Troops in Georgia Daniel Stevens William Simmons John Habersham, Collector of the Customs in Georgia, has been paid the sum of $3,952 to be provided for the pay, subsistance, and forage of the regular troops in Georgia for September and October 1796.
June 23, 1794 Arrival of Pay Abeited Desertion Frederick Dalcho Joseph Howell Money arrived at Fort Fidius for pay of troops. The late arrival was the reason many used for plea of desertion. Writing expressing dissatisfaction of men found outside barracks. Howell's assurance of regular pay assuaged men.
June 9, 1796 Estimate of pay for officers and soldiers in Georgia William Simmons James McHenry Simmons transmits an estimate for "one month's pay, subsistence, and forage of the regular troops in Georgia" under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Gaither
November 21, 1799 Pernicious Practice of Drawing Money and Rations on Account Jonathan Dayton Alexander Hamilton Even though he is not directly involved in military matters, Dayton emphasizes that the practice of drawing money and rations on account without regular rolls and returns is pernicious and ought not be continued after the current collections are complete. He wants Hamiton to know that he is anxious to serve under him.
July 9, 1799 Requests Payment for Christopher Stump for Regular Troops under Col. Butler David Henley James McHenry Requests payment for Christopher Stump to pay the regular troops in Tennessee under Colonel Butler.
January 27, 1800 Payment of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler David Henley James McHenry Henley requests payment of $412.12 to John Wilkins Jr for regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler.
June 5, 1800 Payment to Joseph McKean for payment of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler, Tennessee David Henley James McHenry Henley makes payment of $5531.21 to be appropriated for payment of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
September 9, 1800 Bill of exchange, pay George Bell for the paying of the regular army under Lieutenant Colonel Butler, Tennessee David Henley Samuel Dexter Henley paid $8367.37 to George Bell to be appropriated to the paying of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
April 14, 1800 Requests Payment for Lieutenant John Wallington for Officers under Lieutenant Colonel Butler David Henley James McHenry Requests payment for Lieutenant John Wallington to pay the regular officers in Tennessee under Col. Butler.
July 21, 1795 Request for Regular Payroll George Ingersoll James McHenry Ingersoll requested he be added to the Payroll of troops and be paid on a regular basis by Capt. Fleming, paymaster for troops at West Point, rather than through submission to Mr. Gorham.
July 12, 1792 Orders to March to Frontier, Pittsburgh Henry Knox Captain Jedediah Rogers Orders to march recruits with due haste to Pittsburgh. Knox requested a journal be kept of events to be submitted to War Office.
September 28, 1791 Knox discusses frontier lands and boundaries with King Henry Knox Rufus King Letter, discusses ensigncy in regular regiment; discusses state boundaries.