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  • Accounting for Equipment January 6, 1784 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: Major Nichols Summary: Discusses accounting for flannel cartidges and tubes.
  • Cited Letter from John Pierce January 6, 1784 Author: John Pierce Recipient: William Bedlow Summary: Cited in Bedlow to Pierce, 1/10/1784.
  • Various Business of the Pay Office January 6, 1784 Author: John Pierce Recipient: William Winder Summary: Discusses settlement of accounts, the pay of a regiment, and an issue regarding the officers' subsistence allowance.
  • Settlement of Regiments' Pay January 6, 1784 Author: William Winder Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Discusses pay of a regiment and settlement of accounts.
  • Shipment to General Lincoln January 7, 1784 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Benjamin Lincoln Summary: Pickering informs Lincoln that Starbuck was able to leave Philadelphia due to a thaw in the ice, and it is highly likely he will be able to make it safely to sea. Pickering mentions additional articles that were placed on board, and because the ship was able to leave earlier than expected, bills of lading were not obtained.
  • Settlement of Pay Account January 7, 1784 Author: James Fairlie Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Discusses settlement of accounts. requests advance of notes to the amount of his commutation per resolution of Congress.
  • Pay of Pennsylvania Continental Army Regiments January 8, 1784 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: A. Fowler Summary: Cited in Fowler to Howell 05/25/1784. Settlement of accounts of officers and soldiers in the Pennsylvannia line regiments
  • Settlement of Accounts January 8, 1784 Author: Philip Audebert Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Discusses pay and settlement of accounts.
  • Pay of Officers January 9, 1784 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Articles delivered to officers. The cost of the articles to be deducted from the officers' pay.
  • Delivery of Mail to West Point January 10, 1784 Author: William Bedlow Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Discusses postal arrangements for the mail between Bedlow and the army's general officers at West Point. Discusses private monetary affairs.