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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 14, 1800 Instructions on Filing Statement of Accounts William Simmons Samuel Annin Instructions for filing statement of accounts for settlement of expenditures at Armoury in Harper's Ferry, Va.
October 10, 1796 Statement of Money Received George Fleming William Simmons Statement enclosed from Lieut Freeman's accounts of money received. Statement details 3pgs.
June 6, 1800 Statement of accounts for the War Department Richard Harrison James McHenry A statement of accounts for the War Department, from the Auditor of the Treasury Department,
July 30, 1800 Statement of Captain Blackburn William Simmons Caleb Swan Statement of Capt. Rickard Blackburn enclosed. Accounts settled, Simmons requested Swan hold Blackburn accountable.
January 12, 1787 Account of Charles Stockly Joseph Howell Charles Stockly After correcting the errors in the account statement sent by Stockly , Howell is ready to settle his account and will send the appropriate Certificate to him.
April 6, 1796 Discrepancies over Accounts Discussed, Supporting Documentation Daniel Stevens William Simmons Differing statements of money due Stevens as Agent of Monies cause Stevens to enclose his statement that he has entered on his books. Stevens accounts were drawn up on previous instructions issued by the War Department. He offers evidence that supports his claims to salary. Enclosed Statement of Commissions allowed Stevens, all monies remit him from the United States.
January 29, 1798 The Bill Cannot be Taken Up at Present Samuel Hodgdon Baker & Commegys Letter, informs re status of bill; discusses Major Langham's accounts.
October 7, 1796 Fleming's statement and vouchers examined William Simmons Nehemiah Freeman The statement and vouchers of George Fleming for the payment of the Corps found to be correct and credit and accounts adjusted accordingly.
March 12, 1790 Nourse gives account of travel expenses to Knox Joseph Nourse Henry Knox Letter, encloses statement of Allowances for travelling expences.
February 17, 1791 Letter to the Auditor of the Treasury Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Letter to the Auditor of the Federal Treasury, enclosing a statement of the estate of an officer.
August 3, 1792 Regarding accounts and vouchers Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discusses accounts. Will make last entries in general statement. Vouchers will arrive shortly; upon arrival will close accounts. Wrote previous day by Mr. Henley. Have been very busy.
January 18, 1791 Settling the Accounts of the Pennsylvania Line Thomas Mifflin Alexander Hamilton Governor Mifflin has directed his Comptroller General to develop a statement of the sums paid to Pennsylvania by the Agents responsible for settling the accounts of the Pennsylvania line.
February 17, 1794 Pay matters at West Point, New York George Fleming Joseph Howell Cover letter for several accounts - his account current, muster and pay rolls of the ordnance detachment, Captain Scott's and his own accounts for salary, and the artificers' accounts for pay. Discusses his account currently. Mentions his "immediate want" of 2,000 dollars for "contingent expenses." Requests a "statement of accounts"
September 2, 1798 Enclosed Accounts and Pay of Troops in Geogia Hugh McCall William Simmons McCall and Freeman have completed a statement of McCall's accounts with the United States, in his position as paymaster. McCall plans to leave Savannah for Fort Wilkinson in a few days.
April 2, 1796 Statement of Commissions Allowed D. Stevens, Monies Remit by War Dept. Daniel Stevens [not available] Enclosure to letter from Stevens to Simmons disputing account balances.
December 18, 1796 Statement of the Account of Lieutenant Devin Caleb Swan [not available] This is a statement of the account of Lieutenant Willimam Devin which shows that $670 is still unaccounted for. Swan notes that he called on Devin in January 1793 to settle his account up to that time but Devin declined to do so while he was still in the Army.
March 18, 1796 Stevens' Accounts William Simmons Daniel Stevens Discusses the results of the examination of Stevens' accounts settled at the Treasury and his accounts to be settled at the War Department
July 12, 1796 Discussion of Shipbuilding Timbers & Lost Statement Josiah Fox David Stodder Letter, discusses timbers for shipbuilders; discusses lost statement.
July 9, 1796 Accounts for Military Stores and Comments Regarding Settlement of Accounts Samuel Hodgdon William Simmons Hodgdon submits his accounts for expenditures. He is of the opinion that every item listed in his accounts is valid, and hopes that there won't be too much trouble in getting them quickly settled.
November 21, 1788 Settlement of accounts Joseph Howell Ebenezer Storer Discusses accounts of 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, examined by Caleb Swan. Expresses desire to close accounts as speedily as possible.
December 18, 1795 Letter from the War Accountant William Simmons Caleb Swan Requests from the Paymaster General a statement on the claims of a recently deceased soldier.
June 26, 1798 Enclosed Accounts Current Limited, with explanation Michael G. Houdin William Simmons Houdin has only just received Simmons' letter of March 22. He explains the limited nature of his enclosed account current: he had been informed that his account would close in August 1797 and had sent a statement to Hodgdon, but did not keep a copy. He suggests Simmons ask Hodgdon for the statement.
August 21, 1800 Credit to Account William Simmons Joshua Orne Accounts for the fortifications at Marblehead, MA examined and credit to account given. Balance due United States carried to next statement.
October 28, 1786 General Lee's Accounts John Pierce Board of Treasury Encloses a statement of General Henry Lee's accounts to the Board of Treasury.
December 17, 1800 Accounts of James O'Hara William Simmons Samuel Dexter Reports that no accounts have been rendered by James O'Hara.