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  • Regarding settlement of accounts, subsistence, pay and balances; General Weedon's claims February 10, 1785 Author: A.W. Dunscomb Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Discusses settlement of accounts, subsistence, pay and balances due. Notes that General Weedon has no claim or right to pay or rations.
  • Cited letter or document, Ebenezer Jackson to Henry Knox February 11, 1785 Author: Ebenezer Jackson Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: cite only. Cited in Jackson to Howell, 04/15/1785.
  • Account settlement February 12, 1785 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Jonathan Ford Morris Summary: Discusses the settlement of Morris' father's account for service in the army during the Revolutionary War.
  • Musters of Rawling's Regiment; request for set of enlistments; Captain Norwood's claims for clothing February 14, 1785 Author: Jonathan White Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Requests musters of Rawling's Regiment. A great many drafted into the Line during a period for which there are no musters. Asks for a set of enlistments; is doubtful that Captain Norwood can prove that articles of clothing charged were purchased by him.
  • Settling Lieutenant's Lawrence's Account February 16, 1785 Author: Ebenezer Jackson Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Jackson discusses the settlement of the account of Lieutenant Lawrence including his compensation for the time he was in captivity. Mr. Pierce passed through New Bern on his way to Charleston.
  • Return of Military Stores, Certificates, and Cash February 19, 1785 Author: John Bryant Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: John Bryant sends to Samuel Hodgdon a letter that encloses a return of military stores, certificates, and cash.
  • Militia and Levies of New York; accounts of Doctor Henry Brewster February 21, 1785 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Peter Curtenius Summary: Refers to accounts of Militia and Levies of New York. Mentions accounts of Doctor Henry Brewster, who was held in captivity. Encloses list of men of New York quota in Colonel Lee's Legion.
  • Regarding claims of General Officers of Virginia Line February 21, 1785 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: A.W. Dunscomb Summary: Applied to Mr. Charleton for information on the General Officers of Virginia line. Discusses General Weedon's claims, the matter of his captivity, and death of General Woodford, who preceded Weedon.
  • Regarding certificates and estimates, Pennsylvania Line February 22, 1785 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Jonathan Dickinson Summary: Encloses estimate of certificates issued by J. Pierce, paymaster general, and James Milligan, comptroller. Mentions that the estimate for General Hazen's Regiment and those that follow, is not as accurate as wished.
  • accounts of Georgia Line; Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Morris' settlements February 22, 1785 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Hopes to complete the accounts of Georgia Line. As congress is at New York, hopes that public offices will follow them. Mentions Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Morris' settlements.