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Regarding Mr. Robert Dugan or Duncan's failure to account to the public for monies entrusted

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Ltrs Sent, J Howell, Comm. Accounts, RG93 view image
Document Information
Date March 29, 1785
Author Name Ebenezer Jackson (primary) Location: Newbern, North Carolina
Recipient Name Joseph Howell (primary)
Summary Jackson encloses account of old monies charged to Mr. Robert Dugan or Duncan, paymaster of 4th North Carolina Regiment, who lives somewhere in Philadelphia. He has nothing due him, since he left at the early period of the war. Notes that Howell is best acquainted with manner of proceeding with those who have not accounted to the public with monies entrusted to them.
Document Format Letterbook Copy
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Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; E. Jackson; ; Mr.Robert Duncan; Mr.Robert Dugan; paymaster; 4th North Carolina Regiment; ;
Related Places Newbern, North Carolina; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords monies; ;
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[upper left corner] 88./ Newbern North Carolina March 29the 1785

Dear Sir.

I herewith enclose the amount of old monies Charged to a M.r DRobert Dugan or Duncan Paymaster 4th North Carolina Regiment __ He lives I am informed Somewhere in the city of Philadelphia, he has nothing due him from the public, as he left service at an early period of the war. __ You are Sir, best acquainted with the manner of proceeding against such delinquents who have not accounted to the public for monies entrusted to them __ I am respectfully Dr Sir

Your very obedient Serv. [signed] Jackson

[to the left and slightly below Jackson's signature] Joseph Howell Esq.r