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October 25, 1799 Compensation for Services Rendered Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton argues for the awarding of compensation and emoluments to Lieutenant Smith for service rendered as judge advocate. His absece from that post was due to a severe wound recieved while in service to the United States.
August 11, 1798 Receipt for Secret Service William Chribbs [not available] Receipt for pay for secret service.
September 14, 1795 Inspection & Preparation of Arms John Nicholson Samuel Hodgdon Under the direction of General Hand, the rilfes have been inspected, well oiled, papered, packed, stamped "US", and prepared for transportation. The muskets and rifles under the charge of Captain Ross were cleaned without bayonets being fitted because they are not fit for inspection or... The musket barrels and bayonets produced by the contractor have been proved and rendered fit for...
January 5, 1801 Simmons Informs Davis that the Muster Rolls Indicate Ray and John Followell Never Rendered Service William Simmons Davis Simmons informs Mr. Davis that there is no evidence that Messrs. Ray and John Followell participated in General Scott's expedition of 1794. The muster rolls outweigh any certificates that may be provided, and thus Simmons cannot satisfy any claim made for services rendered by these two men.
September 14, 1799 Discharge of Sewal Moore Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice "Your letter of the sixth of this month has been delivered to me. I have no objection to the discharge of Sewal Moore if he will procure a good and substantial person in his place. With regard to the pay to which he supposes himself entitled, I would observe that it can not be advanced to him because, altho' he has served three months yet that service must be considered as merely a preparation...
February 13, 1799 Rand Should Be Discharged Due to Extreme Intemperance, Etc. Lemuel Gates James McHenry Gates recommends that elderly 42-year-old Abraham Rand be discharged from the service due to his extreme intemperance. He notes that he now commands 74 men and does not have enough clothing and blankets for them.
November 7, 1799 Request for Payment for Services Rendered Jeremiah Wadsworth James McHenry Request for remission of bills to Wadsworth, after describing the services he has rendered -- managing the acquisition of shoes & cartridge boxes. Refers to money troubles he is having.
January 8, 1800 Lt. Baldwin's Application for Furlough William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Lt. Baldwin's second application for a furlough due to ill health is confirmed by Dr. Douglass who says that Baldwin's complaint is syphilis which has contaminated his whole system and rendered him unfit for service.
March 7, 1800 Request of Madame de Fleury Marquis de Lafayette Alexander Hamilton Lafayette requests that Madame de Fleury be allowed to request assistance from the government of the US regarding the service that her late husband, General de Fleury, rendered.
January 9, 1800 Return of the Troops in the Service of the U.S. William North Alexander Hamilton Transmitted to Hamilton are the returns of the troops in the service of the U.S. Due to the unsettled state of military affairs and the want of regular communications, the return is rendered less complete and satisfactory than could have been wished.
February 20, 1801 Requesting Confirmation of Services Rendered by Ewing William Simmons Doctor Shirley Ewing Requesting confirmation of services rendered and their fair compensation from Ewing
October 5, 1798 Receipt for Services Rendered [not available] [not available] This is a receipt for $660 for services rendered as a mason to the Quartermaster General, signed with his mark by Isadore Pethe.
February 13, 1797 List of vouchers deducted from the accounts rendered by Samuel Hodgdon, from 07/01/1796 to 12/31/1797. William Simmons [not available] List of vouchers deducted from accounts rendered by Samuel Hodgdon. Cash paid for mahogany trunnion, halliards, shot stores. Simmons notes that he is not sure by what authority these charges were made or whether the rates are approved by the Secretary of War. Signed by Wm Simmons
June 15, 1799 His character on certain sides gives room for doubts. Alexander Hamilton George Washington Despite some doubts about his character, Hamilton recommends that James Wilkinson be promoted to Major General, [a post declined by Henry Knox who refused to serve under Hamilton].
December 30, 1789 Transmits accounts rendered by Mr. Yeates Eleazer McComb Joseph Howell Transmits the accounts rendered by Mr. Yeates, the late Paymaster of the Delaware regiment.
August 25, 1790 Assignment and Power of Attorney Christopher O'Neal Robert Prise Document certifying the service of Christopher O'Neal, late soldier in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolutionary War.
March 16, 1795 Horse Furnished During the Whiskey Rebellion G. Evans Samuel Hodgdon Evans asks Hodgdon about an account rendered by George Allen. This account concerns a horse furnished during the Whiskey Rebellion, and Evans asks if the horse has been paid for, assuming this is the same claim.
January 20, 1800 [Copy of a Letter from William Simmons the Accountant War Department to John Donaldson Esp, Comptroller General of the State of Pennsylvania, Lancaster] William Simmons John Donaldson Discussed rate of compensation for Paymaster by comparison of pay allowed other Paymasters from various states.
October 17, 1795 Accounts rendered to the office William Simmons Samuel Meredith Writes the Treasurer of the United States that, according to the Treasurer's instructions, accounts have been rendered to the office by Samuel Hodgdon, the Superintendent of Military Stores.
March 10, 1798 Compensation of Dr. Charles Brown for His Services to the Indians Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Letter, asks for info re compensation for Dr. Charles Brown's services to the Indians; alludes to Anthony Wayne's campaign.
May 16, 1800 Restitution for Services Rendered Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary at War has announced plans to retire. Therefore, Major Craig asks Samuel Hodgdon to press his case before the Secretary retires. Craig seeks restitution for services rendered in the ordinance and clothing departments.
October 31, 1788 Pension for Prince Negroe Captain Moses Cleaveland Joseph Howell Prince Negroe enlisted into the Continental Service in 1777, belonging to the Second Connecticut Regiment. He lost an eye and was rendered infirm. Asks that he be given a pension.
October 30, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Russell Bissell Simmons discusses arrearages and payment justifications with Capt. Bissell.
March 8, 1800 Questions on Service of Lieutenant Davidson's Detachment William Simmons David Henley Simmons questions the legality of services rendered by Lieutenant Davidson's detachment, requested the verification by Henley. Simmons asked for the original muster and pay roll to be sent to the Office.
January 1, 1801 Payment for services Samuel Dexter John Harris Payment to Harris and clerk for salary and services rendered in Indian Department.