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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 26, 1800 Regarding the War Department seal Israel Whelen Samuel Dexter The Post Master has Received the War Department Large Seal; Hogdon Requests Information about the Small Seal
October Information regarding Iserloan and Seal [not available] [not available] Letter relates to a reward for Iserloan, a power of attorney, John Winers, and the location of a notarial seal. The author apparently knows where the seal and Iserloan are and will inform the recipient if there is in fact a reward for the information. The author can be reached at the White Swan Tavern in Race Street.
December 1, 1800 Seal for War Department Samuel Dexter Israel Whelen This letter informs Whelen that the Department Seal has been received. Whelen is also directed to complete the commissions.
December 12, 1800 Regarding War Department Seal Purveyor's Office Samuel Dexter Sends the small War Department Seal. Describes time lines for completion.
July 28, 1791 Expedited Transport of Correspondence Tobias Lear John Stagg President thought it best that communications between Pickering and St. Clair go directly to General Butler without a seal, expediting the transfer of letters.
November 9, 1796 Certificate of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith [not available] Smith verified his signature and seal, but stated he did not write the body of power of attorney document, nor is the information familiar to him.
February 26, 1799 Letter Forwarded to General Lee George Washington Alexander Hamilton "I received your letter of the 18th instant yesterday. You refer me to enclosed letters for information on the subject therein mentioned. One letter only came, and that under a seal to General Lee which I shall forward, unopened, tomorrow by my nephew, Mr. Bushrod Washington, who is a neighbor of his.
September 29, 1792 Knox writes to Washington about Mr. Penn Henry Knox George Washington Letter, Knox informs Washington that Penn was well received.
November 11, 1796 Certificate of Nicholas Bayard Nicholas Bayard [not available] Describes the authenticity of a series of powers of attorney and certificates for compensation of Revolutionary War soldiers, which appear to be frauds.
November 21, 1796 Conspiracy Unknown Author John Steele Intelligence on a conspiracy masterminded by Israel Loan. Sought to clear the name of Hubbard with information on his character. The conspiracy involved receiving pay due to soldiers, using a false seal.
November 10, 1796 Certificate of William Bleecker William Bleecker [not available] Verified Barney Merkel's identity, relative to charges of fraudulent claims.
October 18, 1796 Patterns of Clothing Available for Potential Contractors Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a copy of the estimate of clothing sent to the Secretary of the Treasury. Patterns for every article mentioned in the estimate should be ready for the inspection of persons who want to contract. If there are articles that are in store that may serve to replace those that are deficient, they should be sent to the office where, if approved, the Seal of the Office will be put on them.
November 9, 1796 Certificate of Jasper Hopper Jasper Hopper [not available] Four certificates W. Simmons believed to be forged enclosed, Hopper verified his signature and seal, but the body was not written by him. Genuine certificates also enclosed. Physical description of John Campbell.
August 19, 1784 Funded certificate John Pierce John Lillie Requests that an expected "funded certificate" be sent to him.
July 3, 1799 Secretary of the Treasury's Opinion Regarding Presidential Power Over Officers' Commissions, Relative to the Court Martial of Richard Hunt Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Regarding the issue of officer appointments, Wolcott believes that the laws dictates that officer appointments are made by the concerted action of both the Senate and the president. States opinion that no commission can be issued except one based on prior appointment by the president, as he holds control over such offices. Notes that a law states that all civil commissions must bear the Seal of...
October 17, 1796 Orders to Pay James McHenry Presley Nevill Nevill to pay Samuel Meredith, Treasurer, for account balance owed United States. With seal.
October 9, 1788 Connecticut accounts for depreciation of pay Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Discusses Connecticut accounts for depreciation of pay. Howell has a number of questions related to receipts and on what principles the charges are formed.
November 21, 1793 Pay of Recruits Henry Knox Robert Thomson Fiscal, Pay warrant for pay of troops.
November 1, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Doctor Allison William Simmons Richard Allison William Simmons informs Doctor Allison that his pay was sent to his attorney, Matthew Earnest.
November 11, 1795 Settlement issues William Simmons Unknown Recipient Certifies that John Kline that never received any settlement for his service as a soldier.
November 26, 1792 U.S. Treasury issues warrant to Secretary at War for payment of Israel Chapin Alexander Hamilton Henry Knox Fiscal, Secretary of Treasury issues warrant for the payment of Israel Chapin for incidental expenses incurred in the Indian department.
October 20, 1796 Certification of Joshua Ball's Power of Attorney James Booth [not available] Certified John Lea a justice of the peace.
October 23, 1797 Urgent Request for Procurement of Compliance William Simmons David Henley Simmons enclosed a letter to Mr. Paul McDermot late of the Cavalry. Simmons requested Henley deliver the letter to McDermot and procure a compliance quickly.
March 10, 1791 Certification of a True Copy Thomas Jefferson [not available] Document certified the enclosed document was a true copy of Act to raising additional troops for the protection of frontier.
July 28, 1800 Pay Warrant Samuel Dexter Samuel Meredith Fiscal, Pay warrant for transport of goods.