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30 Jul 2011 17:42 #674 by Mamie
Muster Rolls of Pennsylvania Volunteers, War of 1812-14, with cotemporary papers and documents, Volume I, by Lane S. Hart, state printer and binder, 1880;

Major Generals.
Phillips, John, Erie, 1814; Division Seventeen.

Lieutenant Colonels.
Phillips, John


ROLL OF CAPTAIN THOMAS ATKINSON'S COMPANY.

Roll and muster of Capt. Thomas Atkinson's company of volunteers, attached to the One Hundred and Thirty-seventh regiment, Pennsylvania militia, Ralph Martin, lieutenant colonel commandant, from the 26th of August, to the 10th of September, 1812, (both days inclusive,) on duty at Erie.
Privates.
Phillips, Daniel

ROLL OF CAPTALN BELA BADGER'S COMPANY.

Muster and pay-roll of the company of Frankford volunteer artillery, Bela Badger, captain, late in the service of the United States, attached to the light brigade, under the command of Gen. T. Cadwalader. Date of service, September 13, 1811; discharged,
January 3, 1815.
Privates.
Phillips, Henry

ROLL OF CAPT. PETER FENTON'S COMPANY.

Muster-roll of the Fourth company of drafted militia, under the command of Capt. Peter Fenton, of the First brigade, First division, Pennsylvania militia, in the service of the United States, commanded by Lieut. Col. Peter L. Berry, from November 23, 1814, when last mustered, to the 2d day of January, 1815,
inclusive.
Privates.
Phillips, Samuel, joined by General Orders, December 24, 1814

ROLL OF CAPT. HENRY GOOD'S COMPANY.

Muster-roll of Capt. Henry Good's company, in the Second regiment. Second brigade, Pennsylvania militia, under the command of Col.____ _____, at York, Pennsylvania. In service
from September 1, 1814, to March 1, 1815, from Lancaster county.
Privates.
Phillips, George

ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN GRAHAM'S COMPANY.

Muster-roll of Capt. John Graham's company, in the Second regiment, First brigade, Pennsylvania militia, under the command of Lieut. Col. Adam Riches, at York, Pa. In service from September 2, 1814, to March 5, 1815, from Dauphin, Berks, and
Schuyikill counties.
Privates.
Phillips, Joseph

ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN GUTHRIE'S COMPANY.

A muster and inspection-roll of the quota of militia, drafted from the One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment, in the Second brigade, of the Fifteenth division, Pennsylvania militia, pursuant to brigade orders of the 22d ultimo.
Privates.
Phillips, David

LIST OF CAPT. PETER HANLEY'S COMPANY.

List of non-commissioned officers and privates in the company commanded by Capt. Peter Hanley, of the Eighty-sixth regiment, First brigade, Second division, Pennsylvania militia, now at Marcus Hook, belonging to Col. Conrad Krickbaum's. Entered service September 20, 1814.
Privates.
Phillips, George

ROLL OF CAPT. GEORGE HENDEL'S COMPANY.

Muster-roll of Capt. Hendel's company of volunteers belonging to the Fifth detachment. Pennsylvania militia, now in the service of the United States, at Buffalo, N. Y.
Lieutenants.
Phillips, Peter

Privates.
Phillips, Andrew

ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN HOLMES' COMPANY.

Pay-roll of a company of volunteers commanded by Capt. John Holmes, of the ______ regiment, performing a tour of duty under the command of Col. ______, who rendezvoused at York, under the general order of the Governor, dated August 26, 1814.
Privates.
Phillips, John

ROLL OF CAPT. WILLL^M JOHNSON'S COMPANY.

Receipt-roll of a company of infantry commanded by Capt. William Johnson, of the First regiment of Gen'l Crooks' brigade, Pennsylvania militia.
Privates.
Phillips, John

ROLL OF CAPT. MICHAEL KNORR'S COMPANY.

Pay-roll of Capt. Michael Knorr's company of infantry, of Second brigade, First division, Pennsylvania militia, in the service of the United States, under command of Col. John Thompson, October 17, 1814.
Privates.
Phillips, William


ROLL OF CAPT. HARTMAN KUHN'S COMPANY.

Muster-roll of the company of Infantry, called the State Fencibles, under the command of Capt. Hartman Kuhn, in the regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers, in the service of the United States, commanded by Col. Clement C. Biddle, from November 21, 1814,
when last mustered, to January 4, 1815.
Sergeants.
Phillips, William, August 26, 1814, absent with leave since October 18, 1814.

Muster-roll of a company of infantry under the command of Capt. Henry Meyers, in the Fourth detachment, Pennsylvania militia, now in the service of the United States, commanded by Col. Lewis Rush, from May 13, 1813, when last mustered, to June
18, 1813.
Privates.
Phillips, Henry R.

ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN R. MIFFLIN'S COMPANY.

Muster-roll of the First Company Washington Guards, under command of John R. Mifflin, in the First regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers, commanded by Col. Clement C. Biddle, from August 27, 1814, to October __, 1814.
Privates.
Phillips, Benjamin, on furlough, granted October 1, for four days.

Pay-roll of Capt. Solomon Sparks' company of Riflemen, attached to the Second regiment of riflemen commanded by Col. William Piper, in the service of the United States, from the State of Pennsylvania, Brig. Gen. Adamson Tannehill, commanding. Commencing the 25th ( ? ) and ending the 24th of November, 1812, (both days inclusive.)
Privates.
Phillips, Jacob

ROLL OF CAPT. EDMUND TIPTON'S COMPANY.

We, the subscribers, members of a company of infantry commanded by Capt. Edmund Tipton, belonging to a regiment commanded by Col. Rees Hill, now in the service of the United States, do acknowledge to have received of John Phillips the sums annexed to our names, respectively, this day of ___November, 1813.


ROLL OF CAPT. JOSEPH WADSWORTH'S COMPANY.

Pay-roll of a company of Infantry, commanded by Capt. Joseph Wadsworth, of the Second regiment, Second detachment, Pennsylvania militia, commanded by Lieut. Col. Robert Patterson, in the service of the United States. Commencement of service
October 2, 1812 ; expiration of service April 2, 1813.
Privates.
Phillips, John

ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN WALLACE'S COMPANY.

A pay-roll of Capt. John Wallace's company of Pennsylvania volunteers, attached to the First regiment. Second detachment, Pennsylvania militia, under the command of Brig. Gen. Richard Crooks, in the service of the United States. Commencement of service, October 2, 1812 ; expiration of service, April 2, 1813.
Privates.
Phillips, David

ROLL OF CAPT. ROBERT WILSON'S COMPANY.

Pay-roll of a company of militia commanded by Capt. Robert Wilson, of the Fifth battalion, Second brigade, performing a tour of duty under the command of Major McFarland, who rendezvoused at York, under general order of the Governor dated 26th
August, 1814. Commencement of service, September 8, 1814.
Privates.
Phillips, Josiah, Jr.

Executive Department, Harrisburg, April 5, 1813.
To Col. John Phillips:
Sir: The Governor has directed me to inform you of his intention to appoint you Paymaster or agent under the several acts relative to the detachment of our militia now in the service of the United States under Gen. Harrison. In your fitness and integrity he has
full confidence ; and in confidence that you will accept thereof, he has directed me to forward to you a bond for your signature, and that of two other gentlemen, as your sureties, in whom he can have like confidence. This bond you will transmit signed, and attested by witnesses, to this department. Copies of the two laws under which you will have to act will be furnished you by the next mail. It will be necessary, also, that you forward to this place a letter of attorney, whereby in your capacity of agent or Paymaster
you authorize some friend here, say Mr. John Cochran, to receive for you, and in your name, any sum of money that may be drawn for, in your favor by the warrant of the Governor on the State Treasurer, for the purpose mentioned and contained in act entitled
"An .act to grant compensation, for extra services, to the militia of the Commonwealth now in service under the command of Gen. William II. Harrison," and of another act entitled "An act making further provision for the militia and volunteers in this State in
the service of the United States.

Let the authority you vest in your agent be general as to the receipt for you out of the Treasury of any sum that you may deem requisite, and the giving and signing of such acquittance as the State Treasurer may require. Arrangements are now making so that you
can receive the requisite money at the Branch Bank at Pittsburgh. You will apprise Gen.Crooks of your appointment, and direct him to send the pay-rolls required to be furnished by him, to the agent or Paymaster, at Pittsburgh. For the duties incumbent on you, you are referred to the laws under which you are to act in which they are detailed.
I am, &c.,
James TRIMBLE, Deputy Secretary.


GOV. SIMON SNYDER TO COL. JOHN PHILLIPS.
Selins Grove, July 8, 1813.
To Col. John Phillips:

Sir: The letter you did me the honor to write, under date of the 15th June last, I received on the 6th instant at this place, via Harrisburg. That no provision has been made for paying the Pennsylvania militia, now in service of the Union at Erie, is matter of much
surprise to me, and I have to regret that the remissness of those whose duty it certainly was to make an arrangement so essential to the service, cannot be remedied by any constituted State authority. It is not competent under any existing law for the executive to advance money out of the Commonwealth's treasury to pay troops in the United States service. The several laws of last session relative to military subjects, have no prospective provision. Legislative bounty is extended to those of our militia then in service under Gen. Harrison, consisting of drafts and volunteer companies who had
made a tender of their services to the President.

On another point made in your letter, I must remark that it cannot have been the intention of the Legislature that the executive should notify of the State donation the individual commandants of the latter description of troops, because they are not officially known
to the executive department of the State. Gen. Harrison was furnished with official copies of the laws passed for the relief and benefit of the Pennsylvania troops of both descriptions under his command, for tlie purpose of promulgation — so was Gen. Crooks. On the latter it was specially enjoined to procure pay-rolls, as well of
those men that served six months as of those that served for an additional period of time. Notwithstanding this injunction and the solicitude of the government to have those documents which he must have inferred from the circumstances of duplicates being for-
warded to him, yet, from Gen. Crooks, there was not received any acknowledgement of the receipt by him of these communications at the time I left Harrisburg.

Please to communicate to Col. Rees Hill and Quarter-master General Wilson Smith, (who have both written to me on the same subject with yourself,) the contents of this letter, and assure them both of my sincere regard, confidence, and esteem, and for yourself accept similar assurances.
SIMON SNYDER.


GOV. SIMON SNYDER TO COL. JOHN PHILLIPS.
Harrisburg, November 12, 1813.
To Col. John Phillips:

Sir: Upon being certified that the detachment of the militia ordered into service by Maj. Gen. Mead, for the protection of the United States flotilla, then in the harbor of Erie, was discharged, I should immediately have appointed a paymaster for that detachment, but wanting data where from an estimate of the sum requisite could be made, and having a wish, also, to know how much of the money already placed to your credit at the Branch Bank at Pittsburgh, for the payment of other troops after payment, might remain in your hands. I delayed the appointment for the obvious reason of not founding a draft or public moneys on a contingency. Your letter of the 12th October, informing that ten or eleven thousand dollars would probably remain in your hands. If it had been accompanied by muster and pay-rolls of Gen. Mead's detachment, would have removed all difficulty. These documents I anxiously looked for from day to day, presuming the obvious necessity of them would induce Gen. Mead to have them forwarded. I relied with the more certainty on their receipt, under a belief that the purport as well of your letter of the 12th October, as that the letter itself grew out of an intimation from the Executive. To prevent a longer delay and consequent dissatisfaction on the part of the troops who particularly yielded obedience to the orders of Gen. Mead, under circumstances of extreme hardship, I am induced to inclose a commission constituting you paymaster of that detachment. For this service you will proceed to expend the money that may remain in your hands, having first procured the necessary muster and pay-rolls. But it is to be distinctly understood that you discriminate between those troops who were ordered into service by Col. Wallace, and those subsequently ordered by Gen. Mead, confining your official duty to the latter only. Such further sum of money as shall be equal to a
payment in full of the detachment shall be forwarded so soon as the
requisite data to form an estimate shall have been forwarded.
Very respectfully your friend,
SIMON SNYDER.

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