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  • Letter Citation January 1, 1784 Author: Hugh Williamson Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Cited in Pierce to Williamson 01/15/1784
  • Accountability for Money January 2, 1784 Author: Captain Colfax Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Request for a decision as to the accountablity for monies received.
  • Settlement of an Officer's Account January 2, 1784 Author: Jedediah Huntingdon Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Asks if Pierce is yet in a condition to adjust Huntington's commissary account; discusses certificates of pay.
  • Status of Livingston's Account January 2, 1784 Author: Henry Livingston Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Henry Livingston sends to John Pierce a letter indicating the status of his accounts with the United States.
  • Letter Citation January 2, 1784 Author: Edward Carrington Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Cited in Hodgdon to Carrington, 01/23/1784
  • Quartermaster's Request for Guidance January 2, 1784 Author: Worsley Emes Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Captain Worsely Emes sends a letter to Samuel Hodgdon, Commissary of Military Stores, seeking guidance for relinquishing his duties in his present post.
  • Letter Citation January 3, 1784 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Robert Morris Summary: Cited in Morris to Knox, 01/19/1784.
  • Debts Due to Ironmasters January 3, 1784 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: Robert Morris Summary: Discusses the possibility of discharging the debts due to ironmasters by allowing the ironmasters holding public stores of shot and shells to sell a portion of the shot and shells equal to their claims. Discusses the value of the shot and shells. Notes that demand for bar iron is high asnd it is a good time to sell.
  • Knox's Terms for Appointment as Secretary of War January 3, 1784 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: George Washington Summary: From West Point, New York, Henry Knox sends to George Washington a letter indicating the terms under which he'd be willing to accept a future appointment. Asks that pay be equivalent to that of Major General. If Congress is willing to make an offer, Knox will accept, on the above terms. Will soon depart for Boston. Expresses affection and gratitude to Washington.
  • Money Related Matters January 4, 1784 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Philip Audebert Summary: Have not received subsistence notes. Estimate of money required sent by Mr. Whiting. Directed Audibert to draw on Mr. Holt if he required any more certificates. Also enclosed a list of officers who were furloughed.