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  • Estimate of Pay, Subsistence, and Forage January 15, 1791 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: [not available] Summary: An estimate of pay, subsistence, and forage for nine months from the 1st day of March to the 30th of November, 1790, according to the arrangement of Virginia.
  • Estimate of Pay, Subsistence, Forage, and Clothing January 15, 1791 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: [not available] Summary: An estimate for the pay, subsistence, forage, and clothing for nine months for one regiment of Rangers, formed as shown.
  • Enclosed applications January 15, 1791 Author: A.W. Dunscomb Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Encloses for the Commissioner of Army Accounts two applications; mentions deficiencies that will need to be redressed.
  • Letter Citation January 15, 1791 Author: A.W. Dunscomb Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Cited in Howell to Dunscomb, 04/12/1791.
  • Letter from Israel Ludlow regarding escorts during survey of Miami Purchase lands January 17, 1791 Author: Israel Ludlow Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Agreeable to Hodgdon's request, Ludlow has written to Major Leiglon respecting the escorts for his survey of land and encloses Leiglon's written answer.
  • Commutation of Lieutenant Wilson January 18, 1791 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: John Stagg Summary: Asks Stagg to inform the Secretary at War that he has examined the settlement of Lieutenant Willis Wilson of the Virginia Line.
  • Account of Abner Prior for 1788-1790. January 18, 1791 Author: John Francis Hamtramck Recipient: Abner Prior Summary: Certification that for his services as Assistant Quartermaster at the garrison at Fort Knox for twenty three months and for the forage of one horse for the same period, Abner Prior is due $368. Neither General Harmar or General Knox will have anything to do with this account although Gen. Harmar referred it to Gen. Knox.
  • Settling the Accounts of the Pennsylvania Line January 18, 1791 Author: Thomas Mifflin Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Governor Mifflin has directed his Comptroller General to develop a statement of the sums paid to Pennsylvania by the Agents responsible for settling the accounts of the Pennsylvania line.
  • Appointment of Mr. Belli January 19, 1791 Author: Henry Knox Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Knox announces that Mr. Belli has been appointed to settle the accounts of the militia formed in the late expedition against the Wabash Indians.
  • Speech of the President to the Seneca Chiefs January 19, 1791 Author: George Washington Recipient: Seneca Chiefs Summary: Washington refuses to restore any of the lands ceded by the Indians in the treaties of Fort Stanwix and Fort Harmar but assures them that he is still their friend and protector and will help them achieve prosperity by teaching them to raise domestic animals, the use of the plow, and how to raise corn.