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Date May 16, 1794
Author Name Isaac Craig (primary) Location: Pittsburgh
Recipient Name Joseph Howell (primary) Location: War Department
Summary Bank notes can be cashed, no need to apply for exchanges. Muster and pay rolls for Wheeling attached, others not completed. Requests information on Andrew McCleary in order for him to obtain settlement of his accounts.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes Cited in Craig to Howell, 05/24/1794.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; Isaac Craig; Andrew McCleary; Lieutenant Campbell Smith; Caleb Swan; Mr. Smith; Captain Boyer's Company; Captain Boyer; ;
Related Places War Department; Pittsburgh; Wheeling; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords money; notes; exchange of notes; muster and pay rolls; muster rolls; pay rolls; cask of silver; certificate; settlement; ;
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Pittsburgh 16th May 1794
I have recd your letter of the 10th Int. The money put into my hands by Lieut Camp Smith is in notes Payable to Caleb Swan or bearer consequently current notes, it is therefore unnecessary to apply to Mr. Smith for an exchange.
I have herewith enclosed Muster & Pay Rolls of the the detachment stationed at Wheeling the other detachments have not yet completed all their Rolls, as soon as the are put into my hands the shall be examined & paid.
I expect the cask with the Silver this day and have detained Lieut. Campble Smith to take charge of it.
Please to send by next post a Certificate of the time to which Andrew McCleary Dragoon in Capt. Boyers Company say Troop has been paid up to, in order to enable him to obtain a settlement when he joins the Troop
I am Sir
Your Obedt
Huml Servt
Isaac Craig
Joseph Howell
Accountant war