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On the 12th Ulto compleated nin⟨e⟩teen years Service for the public, in which I flatter myself of having done my duty with some degree of Honor, but finding from the disposition of a majority in the last Congress that an addition to the present compensation which has not been equal to my necessary expences would not be granted. I feel myself compelled—and indeed my old Army complaints require...
Some of the officers of the army have applied to me for payment of rations retain’d under the contract of William Duer, having due bills given by his agents for the same. Several of those kind of bills were by your direction deposited in this office the property of other persons. I therefore take the liberty to request information, whether those claims are to be discharged by the United States,...
In pursuance of your request as noted in my letter of Yesterday I have the honor to inform you that the sum required is contemplated to be expended for buildings, repairs and articles directed to be made and purchased by the President the sum of Dollars 5000 For the pay of the Army & for bounties to recruits 3000  "  Subsistence of Officers 1000  "  Incidental & Contingent expences    1000...
War Department, Accountant’s Office, September 26, 1794. “I have to request, in the absence of the Secty of War, that you will be pleased to place in the hands of the Treasurer Ten thousand dollars for the use of the Department of War.…” LC , RG 93, Letter Book, 1794, National Archives.
War Department, Accountant’s Office, September 18, 1794. “I have the honor to inclose you extracts of a letter dated 16th Ulto. from the Agent for the War Department in Georgia, and of a letter from the Secretary of War to the Governor of that State, respecting the pay of a Troop of Dragoons consisting of four Commissioned Officers and seventy nine Non-Commissioned Officers & privates...
I have to request in the absence of the Secretary of War, you will be pleased to direct the sum of five thousand dollars to be placed in the hands of the Treasurer, being for the use of the department of war, namely— For the pay of the recruits 2000. “   the recruiting service 1500 “   incidental expences 1500 Dollars 5000 I am Sir &c LC , RG 93, Letter Book, 1794, National Archives.
War Department, Accountant’s Office, August 28, 1794. Encloses “copies of the Contracts for Clothing for the Year 1787, 88 & 89 which governed me in the settlement of those accounts.…” LC , RG 93, Letter Book, 1794, National Archives.
War Department, Accountant’s Office, August 19, 1794. “… I have … in the absence of the Secretary of War to request you will be pleased to place in the hands of the Treasurer the sum of Thirty six thousand four hundred and fifty dollars for the pay and Subsistence of the Troops under the immediate command of General Wayne, the further sum of Two thousand five hundred dollars and 90 Cents for...
War Department, Accountant’s Office, August 12, 1794. Requests the Treasury to provide five thousand dollars for various expenses of the War Department. LC , RG 93, Letter Book, 1794, National Archives.
War Department, Accountant’s Office, April 15, 1794. “Nothing having been done to relieve me in the settlement of the retained rations of the Officers of the Army, and claims occuring in the present year I am obliged to request that you would be pleased to furnish me with the value of a complete ration at the several places of contract in this year.” LC , RG 93, Letter Book, 1794, National...