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  • Lieutenant John Conrad Latour entitlement to land January 17, 1787 Author: Jonathan Nicholson Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Nicholson informs Pierce that Lieutenant John Conrad Latour is entitled to the land for which he applied only if he retired and was deranged after October 1780.
  • Account of Colonel Harmar January 18, 1787 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Major Erkuries Beatty Summary: Informs Beatty that the most efficient method of settling Colonel Harmar's account is by a settlement with the Corps in which all of Harmar's vouchers are available and in which he is given credit for all his payments.
  • Deduction for the Society of Cincinnati January 19, 1787 Author: John Pierce Recipient: James Tilton Summary: Informs Dr. Tilton that his assertion in his recent letter is correct and the deduction for the Society of Cincinnati was not properly entered in the public books because of a clerk's error.
  • Letter Citation January 20, 1787 Author: A.W. Dunscomb Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Cited in Pierce to Dunscomb, 02/06/1787.
  • Letter Citation January 20, 1787 Author: Joseph Clay Recipient: John Pierce Summary: Cited in Pierce to Board of Treasury, 03/22/1787. Cited in Pierce to Clay, 03/22/1787.
  • Requests for Information January 21, 1787 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Benjamin Lincoln Summary: Knox tells Lincoln that he expects to be regularly and promptly informed of operations undertaken.
  • Letter Citation January 22, 1787 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Major General Richard Butler Summary: Cited in Knox to Butler, 03/13/1787.
  • Assessing the Pay of Harmar's Regiment January 22, 1787 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Major Erkuries Beatty Summary: Tells Beatty that the best way to asses the pay Colonel Harmar's regiment is to settle the balance of the entire Corps thereby ascertaining the balance for each individual
  • Error in settlements January 22, 1787 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Peter Manifold Summary: Since both Virginia and Pennsylvania have adopted Colonel Moyland's regiment, Pierce warns Captain Manifold that there has been a considerable error in the settlements that must be corrected.
  • Resolving a disputed settlement January 22, 1787 Author: John Pierce Recipient: Doctor Solomon Halling Summary: Informs Dr. Solomon Halling that the necessary documentation to resolve his settlement seems to be lacking. Halling had resigned his appointment as a senior surgeon.