Eustis, William, 1753-1825
- Existence: 1753 - 1825
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 812509
Scope and Contents Letter from Daniel D. Tompkins of Albany, NY (Governor of NY State) to William Eustis (Secretary of War), explaining to him that $50,000 was sent from the War Department to him for expenses of N.H. State Militia has been exhaustes and enclosing a request for an additional $75,000. Discusses responsiblity for paying troops and informing him that the district paymaster for the Militia and quarter-master general of the US have declined to take responsibility. 100,00 men are already in service in...
Identifier: Mss 811317.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Daniel Parker in Charlestown, New Hampshire to William Eustis, "I shall leave Boston in the morning stage, on the 20th for Washington, to devote myself to you directions."
Identifier: Mss 811315
Scope and Contents Letter from William Eustis in Washington, DC to the paymaster of the Army, Advanced Pay, May 1-July 31 to Lt. Francis Stribling of Light Artillery Regiment.
Identifier: Mss 821679
Overview In English.