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  • Medical Affairs at West Point January 6, 1786 Author: William Price Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Discusses the need of the garrison at West Point for a doctor to attend the sick and he requests Knox's approval to discharge a medically unsuitable recruit
  • Accounting Matters in the Pay Office January 6, 1786 Author: Matthew McConnell Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Discusses various accounts in the Pay Office.
  • Settlement of James Craik's account January 6, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: James Craik Summary: Discusses the settlement of Dr. James Craik's account.
  • Settlement of Accounts January 7, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: A.W. Dunscomb Summary: Discusses the settlement of Dunscomb's account and the state of settlements with regiments from several states.
  • Account settlements with the Society of the Cincinnati January 9, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Colonel Talmadge Summary: Discusses the state of the account of the Society of the Cincinnati with a regiment of dragoons
  • Cited Letter Addressed to John Pierce January 9, 1786 Author: Mons. Desdevan Recipient: John Pierce Summary: CITATION Only.
  • Settlement of an Officer's Account January 10, 1786 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Jonathan Nicholson Summary: Discusses the settlement of the account of William Carr, an artillery artificer
  • Pay Settlement with Virginia Continental Regiments January 10, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Discusses the settlement of the claims of officers of the Virginia Line from the last two years of the Revolutionary War
  • Settlement of Pay January 10, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Board of Commissioners Summary: Dicusses a claimant's request for renewal of "final settlement securities"
  • Report from West Point January 10, 1786 Author: William Price Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Discusses various routine issues concerning garrison duty at West Point, including muster rolls and new recruits expected to join the garrison