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February 6, 1796 Compensation of Isadore Stouf, temporary engineer at Savannah William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $244 is due Isadore Stouf, temporary engineer at Savannah, being his compensation from September though December 1795.
May 10, 1798 Request for Issue of Arms, Accoutrements & Ammunition to Savannah James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of muskets, accoutrements & cartridges to Savannah, Georgia.
March 14, 1796 Account of the Savannah Customs Inspector William Simmons Samuel Meredith Sends receipt of John Habersham, collector of customs for Savannah, Georgia for 110 dollars and a warrant for that sum
February 27, 1799 Regarding Confusion Surrounding Military Stores Sent to Savannah in 1793 Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Refers to enclosed account of military stores sent to Savannah in 1793, describes some confusion which occurred over delivery.
July 16, 1794 Funds for Mounting the Artillery at Savannah Joseph Howell John Matthews The Secretary of War has directed a remittance of five hundred dollars to Matthews to be transmitted to John Berrien at Savannah for the purpose of mounting the Artillery.
April 19, 1794 Fortifications in South Carolina and Georgia Henry Knox Paul Hyacinte Perault The Secretary of War informs Perault that his commission will now extend to the fortifications of Charleston and Georgetown, South Carolina, and to Savannah and St. Mary's, in Georgia. The places first to be attended to are Charleston and Savannah. Upon his arrival at Charleston, he is to send Mr. Stouff to survey the Savannah River.
May 27, 1798 Iron 24-Pounders Shipped to Charleston, Etc. Joseph Elliot Samuel Hodgdon The iron 24-pounders have been shipped to Charleston since there are no vessels bound for Savannah or Georgetown at this time of the year. The four for Savannah and the four for Georgetown have been sent to James Simmons who will see that they are sent to their destinations since vessels leave almost daily from Charleston to Savannah and Georgetown.
April 21, 1800 Request for Issue of Clothing to Savannah Troops James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of clothing to troops at Savannah, GA.
September 7, 1798 Forwarding the 24 Pounders to Savannah Samuel Hodgdon Benjamin Stoddert Hodgdon informs Stoddert of the means by which the 24 pounders were forwarded to John Habersham in Savannah.
July 24, 1795 Account of John Habersham, Collector of the Customs at Savannah Georgia William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $164 from duties on imposts and tonnages has been discounted by John Habersham, Collector of the Customs at Savannah, for which he is to be held accountable in pursuance of a warrant to be issued in his favor.
November 3, 1796 Account of John Habersham, Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $27.58 is due John Habersham, Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia, the amount he discounted from the monies arising from duties on imposts and tonnage and for which a warrant should be issued in his favor.
February 27, 1799 Account of Military Stores Sent to Savannah, April-July 1798 Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Account of military stores sent to Savannah for the use of the state of Georgia, April - July 1798
July 24, 1795 Account of John Habersham, Collector for the Customs at Savannah Georgia William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $14.50 has been discounted by John Habersham, Collector for the Customs at Savannah, from the monies from duties on imposts and tonnage for which he is accountable in pursuance of a warrant to be issued in his favor.
September 26, 1797 Goods to and from Savannah and Augusta Samuel Lewis Edward Price The Secretary of War has declared that until a permanent arrangement can be made for the transportation of goods to and from Augusta and Savannah, Price can employ the persons he mentioned in his recent letter.
December 9, 1795 Account of John Habersham, Collector of Customs for Savannah Georgia William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $54.50 is due John Habersham, Collector of Customs for Savannah Georgia, being the sum he discounted from duties on imposts and tonnage and for which he is held accountable in pursuance of a warrant for that sum.
May 20, 1796 A receipt and a warrant William Simmons Samuel Meredith Simmons sends a receipt of John Habersham, collector of customs at Savannah, for expenses and a warrant for the sum
June 13, 1796 Army expenses in Georgia William Simmons Samuel Meredith Forwards a receipt from John Habersham, customs collector at Savannah, and a warrant for the expenses of the War Department in Georgia.
February 7, 1797 Account of John Habersham Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $90 is due John Habersham, Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia, the amount he discounted from the monies arising from duties on imposts and tonnage and for which a warrant should be issued in his favor.
March 9, 1796 Account of John Habersham, Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $110 is due John Habersham, Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia, the amount he discounted from the monies arising from duties on imposts and tonnage and for which a warrant should be issued in his favor.
August 25, 1797 Recommends Wallace as Agent at Savannah and Augusta Edward Price James McHenry Requests agent at Savannah and Augusta. Recommends Mr. M. Wallace, but wants to discuss compensation. Discusses supplies at factory and garrison. Will apply to the contractor.
April 21, 1795 Account of John Habersham, Collector of the Customs in Savannah, Georgia William Simmons Timothy Pickering John Habersham, Collector of the Customs in Savannah, Georgia, is to be held accountable for the sum of two dollars in pursuance of a warrant to be issued in his favor by the Secretary of War.
September 25, 1798 Every Particular Agreed with the Invoice William Deveaux Samuel Hodgdon Deveaux has received the invoice of arms. An examination of the packages that have recently arrived shows that every particular agrees with the invoice. His departure from Savannah to St. Marys prevented his writing sooner.
November 28, 1794 Compensation of Isidore Stauf Joseph Howell John Matthews The sum of $200 has been remitted to Matthews to be transmitted to isidore Stauf for his service as a temporary engineer at Savannah.
June 27, 1795 Duties on Imposts and Tonnage, John Habersham Collector of Customs, Savannah Georgia William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $25.30 is due John Habersham, Collector of the Customs for Savannah, Georgia, the amount he discounted from the monies arising from duties on imposts and tonnage and for which a warrant should be issued in his favor.
May 14, 1800 Enclosed Invoice for Rifles Shipped to Savannah John Harris Edward Wright Invoice for rifles shipped on schooner to be delivered at Savannah, Georgia. In a post script, notes the resignation of James McHenry as Sec of War.