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April 17, 1799 Compensation for Mr. Mangin & Myself Ebenezer Stevens Alexander Hamilton Along with a reference to settling with Mr. Mangin for his services, Stevens specifies the manner in which he wants to be compensated.
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.
February 20, 1800 Claims for Militia Services in the State of Georgia James McHenry Thomas Jefferson McHenry is submitting to the Senate copies of a report made to the House of Representatives relative to claims respecting militia services in the State of Georga. It will include the claim for compensation by Jonas Fauche respecting the services of the Troop of Militia Dragoons which is intended to present the true situation of all the claims of unauthorized services stated to have been performed...
July 6, 1799 Compensation for Slaves' Services Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton "...Some of the officers wish to take their own slaves as servants and wish to be informed whether any and what compensation will be made for their services..."
June 9, 1797 Secret services William Simmons James Wilkinson Notifies Brigadier General Wilkinson that he will submit his vouchers for "secret services" to the Secretary of War
June 24, 1800 Claims Presented for Extra Services Samuel Dexter William Simmons At a meeting of the heads of departments, the question came up regarding whether a person holding an office to which pay and emoluments are annexed by law is entitled to extra pay for extra services. It was decided unanimously that such persons are so entitled. Therefore, Simmons is authorized to settle claims for extra services according to the regulations applicable to similar cases.
May 12, 1795 Letter from the War Office regarding payment for services to Josiah Fox [not available] Josiah Fox Payment for services to Josiah Fox for preparing draughts and frigate moulds and for services with frigate construction at Norfolk Virginia. Payment of $750 for past year of service.
January 19, 1795 Bill for ship work [not available] [not available] A bill for list of supplies and services performed related to ship building or maintenance. Items and services include: carpentry, blacksmithing, rigging, joining, lumber, paint, sail making services, nails. Signed by unknown author (illegible)
May 30, 1796 Pay of 1st Sub Legion for the services of the Ordnance Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $73 is due a detachment of the 1st Sub Legion for the services of the Ordnance Department at West Point, being their pay for April 1796.
July 1795 Services of Mr. Parker Thomas Butler Samuel Hodgdon When Butler was in Philadelphia earlier in the year Mr. Parker applied for pay due him for services to the public in the Quartermaster Department. Butler is seeking to ensure this end.
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.
July 16, 1800 Services performed by Captain Ellery Alexander Hamilton Ebenezer Stevens Hamilton writes in support of payment to Captain Ellery, Captain 16th Infantry and assistant Adjutant General, for services and certifies that his case was extraordinary. Payment amounts to $238.74.
July 9, 1798 Account for Three Month's Services Forman Cheesman William Simmons "I herewith forward my account for three month's services due 1st July 1798."
June 23, 1796 Authorization of Pay or Remuneration for Militia Services James McHenry John Sevier James McHenry informs the Governor of Tennessee that while he may call on the state militia for emergency defense of the frontier, he ultimately needs to notify the War Department and President on the circumstances surrounding the deployment of the militia and the numbers deemed necessary. No pay or remuneration for militia services can be authorized without the consent of Congress or the...
November 20, 1794 Services of Joseph Howell Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Enclosed is a certificate from the Secretary of War relative to Howell's services as Acting Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts.
June 12, 1797 Payments for Militia Services William Simmons [not available] Amount of payments made by the Accountant of the War Department in pursuance of warants issued by the Secretary of War in the years 1794-96 for Militia services performed in the defensive protection of the frontiers of the United States.
March 28, 1797 Charges for "secret services" William Simmons James Wilkinson Notification to Brigadier General Wilkinson that the Secretary of war will admit his account on the expectation that the general will account to him for monies expended for "secret services" for which he has no vouchers
February 16, 1801 Voucher No. 173 Brig. Gen. J. Wilkinson Disbursement of Cash John Wilkins, Jr. James Wilkinson Receipt of $80 for money to pay for secret services paid to William Chubbs.
March 14, 1799 Compensation for My Services Ebenezer Stevens Alexander Hamilton Stevens requests Hamilton's assistance in deciding whether to be compensated with a salary or by commission. He is not sure that the Secretary of War is aware of the nature of his service attending to public matters nor of the considerable amount of time they require.
February 25, 1784 Estimate for services Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate of the sum necessary for payment of the accounts of listed persons for services performed.
November 17, 1783 Washington's View on De Witt's Discharge George Washington Simeon DeWitt General Washington states that he does not think himself at liberty to grant De Witt's discharge as long as Congress has needs of his services. Advises De Witt to apply to Congress to determine if they still have need of his services.
October 24, 1785 Pierce notifies Congress of the impending completion of his work John Pierce John Hancock John Pierce, Commissioner of Army Accounts, notifies John Hancock, President of Congress, that within 30 days the settlements of his department will be closed. Pierce recommends that a deadline be established by Congress for the admission of claims for services.
January 13, 1795 Compensation for John Blanks' Services Joseph Howell John Blanks The Secretary of War has forwarded a sum to be remitted to Wiliam Polk, Supervisor of Revenue at Charlotte. Polk should then transmit the money to Blanks for his services during the year 1794.
December 26, 1798 What to Charge the Government for My Services Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Stevens is at a loss as to what to charge the government for his services as agent and superintendent of all that is done in New York. He has given up his private business so he could attend to public matters and argues that his pay must at least provide a living for him,
July 16, 1798 His Services Ought to be Procured at Almost Any Price Timothy Pickering Alexander Hamilton Pickering quotes a letter from General Washington arguing that, despite the inevitable opposition of General Pinckney, Hamilton should be given the office of Inspector General.