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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 1, 1798 Report of 4th Quarter Wages Auguste de Grasse William Simmons Letter, encloses state of his wages for the fourth quarter of 1797 and the first quarter of 1798.
February 16, 1798 Report of 4th Quarter Wages Auguste de Grasse William Simmons Letter, encloses state of his wages for the fourth quarter of 1797.
August 2, 1796 Request for Wages Peter Hazard William Simmons Hazard complains that other men on the same footing as him have received their wages and that, by rights, should receive his as well.
July 1, 1798 Report of Wages Auguste de Grasse William Simmons Letter, encloses state of wages for the first and second quarters of 1798.
January 1, 1798 Account for Wages for the Past Quarter Auguste de Grasse William Simmons Letter, encloses state of his wages for last quarter of 1797.
January 1, 1796 State of Wages Auguste de Grasse Auguste de Grasse William Simmons DeGrasse reports that he has enclosed state of his wages for last three months of 1795.
December 20, 1789 Request for wages and commutation John Stevens Joseph Howell Requests wages and commutation due, as one of the Cedar Hostages in Canada
April 7, 1788 Abstract of wages and mileage John Pierce Henry Knox Writes the Secretary at War concerning the abstract of wages and mileage of Captain Toun's company that Knox forwarded him this morning.
October 1, 1796 State of My Wages for the Third Quarter Auguste de Grasse William Simmons Enclosed is the statement of wages owed de Grasse for July, August, and September 1796. The sum is $230.
December 17, 1795 Request for Wages Due Workmen Thomas Holt William Simmons Requests that pay be sent for the workmen since they buy their own provisions and it is "market season"
April 1, 1800 Requesting an increase in wages Samuel Armin James McHenry In expectation for the time in which wages for clerks will be determined by the War Department, Samuel Armin - a single parent of four children - writes McHenry asking to please consider him for an increase in pay. Cites his integrity, good character, and two letters of recommendation.
September 27, 1794 Advanced Wages Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon [Partly illegible] Hunt cannot engage men without advancing a part of their wages with the promise that the remainder will be paid upon their return so he requests $500 in post notes.
July 30, 1792 Request to Pay William Clark's wages Joseph Simcocks Henry Knox Letter from Joseph Simcocks to Henry Knox requesting payment of wages to William Clark. Receipt for payment November 9, 1792 from Samuel Hodgdon for fifteen dollars received and signed by Priscilla Clark, for her husband, William Clark.
October 13, 1794 Better Wages for Express Riders Matthias Slough Samuel Hodgdon Slough apologizes for the delay in responding to Hodgdon's dispatches. He discusses the pay of express riders, observing that perhaps increased wages would result in a more efficient express service that would eliminate delays.
February 11, 1798 Statement of Cash Expended in labor & wages at the Navy Yard in Boston Henry Jackson [not available] Statement of cash expended in labour wages on the frigate Constitution at Boston from the beginning to the 3rd of February.
February 24, 1791 Wages for chaplain John Stagg Joseph Howell Informs the Commissioner of Army Accounts that Henry Knox requests that he certify whether or not wages were received by Jesse Ives, chaplain in a Massachusetts regiment.
July 10, 1792 Receipt of Twelve Dollars John Pratt [not available] Order and receipt for $12 to be paid to Captain Pratt as advanced pay for work on the recruiting service, that amount to be deducted from Allyn's wages.
January 13, 1797 Pay of petty officers, seamen, ordinary seamen, and Marines [not available] Captain Samuel Nicholson Information received not so satisfactory that could wish the President to take into consideration pay of petty officers; seamen; ordinary seamen; marines. Manning of frigate Constitution will to some degree depend on current wages at Boston. Requests input from Captain Nicholson regarding wages
August 24, 1798 Receipt for Augustus DeGasse for 2nd Quarter Wages Daniel Stevens William Simmons Letter, encloses receipt of Augustus De Grasse for compensation for wages for second quarter of 1798.
July 20, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Weekly return for the men employed at the naval yard and the wages paid to them.
March 7, 1794 Letter to the War Department Accountant Reverend Isaac Mansfield Joseph Howell Letter to the War Department Accountant concerning claims, wages, and sundry officers.
March 13, 1795 Report of Recruits & Certificate in Favor of William Baden Edward Miller Timothy Pickering "Enclosed is a report of the recruits at this rendezvous and a certficate in favor of William Baden. If consistent, I wish him to claim his wages agreeable to the certificate."
May 4, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Return of the men employed at the naval yard over the past week and the wages paid to them over that period.
February 24, 1791 Wages for chaplain Joseph Howell John Stagg Informs Major Stagg that the Massachusetts regiment received wages for the chaplain. Asks Stagg to report this back to the Secretary at War.
July 6, 1795 Weekly return of men employed at the New York naval yard Captain Silas Talbot Timothy Pickering Return of the men employed at the naval yard over the past week and the wages paid to them.