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  • Regarding receipt of certificates and employment of additional clerks January 18, 1785 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Acknowledges receipt of certificates and employment of additional clerks in the office due to the press of business.
  • Army Accounts January 19, 1785 Author: Joseph Carleton Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Joeseph Carleton sends to John Pierce a letter discussing commutation for Major Archer.
  • Enclosed itinerary January 19, 1785 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Mr. Reid Summary: John Pierce encloses an itinerary to Mr. Reid so that affordable accomodations can be obtained.
  • Cited letter or document, Carleton to John Pierce January 19, 1785 Author: Carleton Recipient: John Pierce Summary: cite only. Cited in Pierce to Carleton, 03/29/1785.
  • Autograph Letter Signed, John Pierce to Philip Audebert January 20, 1785 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Philip Audebert Summary: John Pierce sends to Philip Audibert a brief letter discussing his intinerary.
  • Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts January 20, 1785 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Mr. White Summary: John Pierce sends to Mr. White a letter containing instructions on how best to handle payment and accounting errors.
  • Treaty at Fort Stanwix, 1785 January 20, 1785 Author: George Rogers Clark Recipient: [not available] Summary: Articles outline details of treaty between the United States and the Wyandot and Delaware Indians. Indians promise to deliver 3 chiefs until peace is restored. Tribes will come under the jurisdiction of the President of the United States, with no other sovereign. Treaty establishes boundaries and settlement land and seeks to prevent robbery. Promises distribution of goods.
  • Beneficial Effects of the Plaster of Paris, Etc. January 21, 1785 Author: Benjamin Lincoln Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Lincoln repeatedly thanks Pickering for concern and attention given to him in letters of December 25th and 30th. The illegibility of the majority of the document makes it difficult to decipher much of Lincoln's words, but Lincoln does clearly thank Pickering for the recommendation of plaster of paris for some purpose.
  • Treaty at Fort McIntosh January 21, 1785 Author: Mr. Clark Recipient: [not available] Summary: Articles of treaty between U.S. and the Wyandot, Delaware, Chippewa, and Ottawa Nations. Outlines peace and boundary lines between nations.
  • Civil trial of an alleged counterfeiter January 23, 1785 Author: William Thompson Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Discusses civil trial of an alleged counterfeiter of U.S. government pay certificates.