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New Certificate for Payment

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Ltrs Sent, J Howell, Comm. Accounts, RG93 view image
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Date March 3, 1788
Author Name Joseph King (primary) Location: Mendham
Recipient Name Joseph Howell (primary)
Summary Apologizes for the trouble he causes Howell by enclosing a certificate that should be made out to King. Also included the letter from the Treasurer in which he notes problems with Howell's previously submitted certificate. Will travel to New England, "the stoppage of four hundred pounds is too much" plans to visit Howell's office for papers.
Document Format Letter Signed
Document Notes [not available]
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; Joseph King; Thomas Randall; ;
Related Places Mendham; Treasury; state; New England; ;
Keywords enclosure; letter; certificate; papers; ;
Key Phrases [not available]

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Mendham 3d of March 1788
Sir I am sorry I have to give you the Trouble I am under the necessity of doing.
I inclose you the certificate which you [were] so kind as to make out for me. Inclosed your [undecipherable] a Letter from the Treasurer of this state to me, by which you will see the objections which he [makes] to your certificate. I have to beg the continuance of your Favour so much as to make [undecipherable] another conformable to his directions, in particular please to certify that no Commutation was ever granted to me. I shall thank you to deliver the one you now make to Capt Thomas Randal or one of his clerks which shall call on you.
I find I shall be obliged to go into New England at last the stopage of four hundred pounds is too much. I shall go as soon as the Winter breaks up and the ground a little settled, likely about the middle of April as the Roads in Connecticut will hardly answer before. I shall on my way call at your office for such papers as I shall want from thence. I am Sir your Humble Servant
(Signed) Joseph King
Capt Joseph Howell