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In Support of Hodgdon
Colesworthy regrets he cannot do more to help Hodgdon but hopes that Congress will decide in his favor.
Supporting Documents for Canadian Refugees
Table of supporting documents for claims of refugees from Canada.
Order for Proof Ball and Powder
Encloses an order from the Secretary of War for the delivery of proof ball and powder, asks that the articles be forwarded to Thomas Annely at Harper's Ferry.
Proof Balls and Powder to be Delivered to Secretary of the Treasury
Orders delivery of one hundred weight or proof ball and four quarter casks of proof powder to the Secretary of Treasury.
No Good News from the Seat of Government
Wilkinson argued for Nicholson but there are strong prejudices against him. Nicholson's rank and emoluments will be preserved.
Account Current of Ensign Hugh McCall
Bills of Exchange Payable to Jeremiah and Abijah Hunt
Bills of exchange for $1,000 and $4,500 to be paid to Jeremiah and Abijah Hunt, with note on reverse that they were paid on December 2.
Letters for the Commanding Officer at Head Quarters
Informs the commanding officer of the accompanying packet of letters for the Commanding Officer at Head Quarters and other persons.
Be Content with What You Have Been Allotted
Henley advises Hildebrand to be content with the land allotted him by the Indians.
Receipt for Money Paid Jonathan Schieffelin
Three hundred dollars due Jonathan Schieffelin as agent and interpreter.
Payment to Jonathan Scheifflen, Agent and Interpreter
Payment to Jonathan Scheifflen for services as an Agent and Interpreter.
Payments Due Robert Wilson, Interpreter
Account for payment to Robert Wilson for service as an Indian interpreter and traveling with Indians.
Certificate for Payment to Hugh McAlister
Callender Irvine and Francis Gibson certify that Hugh McAlister delievered a deserter from Captain Miller's company.
Payment to John Wrenshall
Payment of $10.82 to John Wrenshall for calico and black silk gloves for Little Turtle's wife.
Payment John Chisolm for Boarding Choctaw
Payment of $15 to John Chisholm for boarding five Choctaw Indians and their interpreter from May 28 to June 3.
Pay George Drewer, Interpreter
Payment of $25 to George Drewer for services as an interpreter and express.
Payment to John Thompson, Interpreter
Payment of $597.35 to John Thompson as interpreter to the Cherokee for periods of time from 1791-1794.
Payment to Charles Hicks, Cherokee Interpeter
Payment of $150 to Charles Hicks for interpreting Cherokee.
Pay of George Drewyer, Interpreter
Pay of $100 to George Drewyer as an Indian interpreter and express at Fort Massac.
Receipt for Pay as an Interpreter
Receipt for $20 paid for work as an interpreter at Vincennes.
Account of Mary Murphy for Boarding Indian Chiefs
Account between the United States and Mary Murphy for boarding and lodging an interpreter and five Indian chiefs from January 11th to the 17th, 1799.
Payment due Richard Craven as an Interpreter
Payment of $22 due Richard Craven for services as an interpreter at Fort McHenry. for the month of September, 1798.
Extract from General Orders
Extract from General Orders issued at Headquarters relating to complains about late pay.
Bill of Exchange for James and William Park
Bill of Exchange for $1,000 due James and William Park for money for paying the regular troops in Tennessee under Lt. Col. Butler.
Invoice of Articles Sent Ahead for Captain Vance
Invoice of articles forwarded to Major Isaac Craig in Pittsburgh for Captain Samuel C. Vance. Includes notes on when the items were dispatched and received.
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