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  • Settlement of an Officer's Account January 17, 1786 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Jonathan Nicholson Summary: Discusses some particulars of the settlement of an officer's pay account.
  • Pay of a Regiment's Officers January 18, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Summary: Discusses the settlement of pay for the officers of a regiment
  • Settlement of Public Accounts January 18, 1786 Author: Richard Lloyd Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: The author thanks the recipient for his prompt reply to his letter regarding his public accounts. As soon as he hears from the recipient that a sufficient number of States are able to settle all of his business in one journey to New York, he will make the trip.
  • Inspection of Soldiers' Clothing January 19, 1786 Author: Robert Pemberton Recipient: Nicholas Fish Summary: Requesting that Major Fish inspect clothing intended for the soldiers on the Ohio frontier.
  • Settlement of accounts January 19, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Major Barber Summary: Discusses the settlement of the accounts of Colonel Livingston and the officers of his regiment
  • Settlement of an officer's account January 19, 1786 Author: Jonathan Ford Morris Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Discusses details of the settlement of the estate of his father with the U.S. for service in the Revolutionary War.
  • Settlement with a Continental Regiment January 20, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Discusses the settlement of the accounts of a Regiment from one of the states' Continental Line.
  • Pay of a French Officer January 21, 1786 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Discusses the settlement of the account of a French officer for service in the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War.
  • Back Pay for Clothing January 22, 1786 Author: General Edward Hand Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: The author has been charged three months back pay for clothing that was drawn by his regiment in 1776. He is certain that every article of clothing was accounted for although the haste with which the regiment had to leave may have resulted in some confusion. If the recipient could provide more specific information regarding the transaction, perhaps he could give more detail as to what happened.
  • Cited letter from Knox January 24, 1786 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Letter, CITATION only. Cited in Hodgdon to Knox, 01/31/1786.