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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 21, 1790 Returns for Payments to Sundry Officers [not available] Henry Knox Letter addressed to Henry Knox which enclosed return of payments to sundry officers, for which author has receipts. Requested warrants to settle accounts.
April 12, 1787 Returns of Specie due to Virginia officers John Pierce [not available] Pierce sends returns of specie due to the men who served on the Virginia line, with two abstracts detailing the accounts.
May 26, 1790 Settlements of sundry foreign officers Joseph Howell Henry Knox Informs the Secretary of War that he has examined settlements of sundry foreign officers made by the previous Commissioner of Army Accounts; states that it appears that no settlements have been made with any foreign officers who left the service prior to 1780.
November 7, 1797 Clothing Delivered to Sundry Officers and Posts Stephen Rochefontaine Samuel Hodgdon Rochefontaine reports that he has received a return of the clothing delivered on account of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers to sundry officers and posts during a three-month period.
February 7, 1787 Pay and Subsistence of Colonel Humphrey's Men John Pierce Board of Treasury The Secretary at War has drawn two warrants in favor of Colonel David Humphrey, the first of which is for the pay of his officers, non-commissioned officers and privates and the second is for three month's subsistence for these same officers and men.
June 7, 1798 Accounts Exhibited by Mr. Day Samuel Hodgdon William Simmons Enclosed are the accounts exhibited by Mr. Day, late Commissary of Provisions, for supplies to sundry officers during the existence of the Commissariat.
April 12, 1787 Specie Due to Virginia officers John Pierce Board of Treasury Transmits to the Board of Treasury and Secretary at War the returns of specie due to officers of the late line of Virginia.
March 29, 1787 Regarding the Board of Treasury John Pierce Royal Flint Flint discussed matter of Board of Treasury making a new appointment of a board whose opinion on all questions would be final.
July 30, 1787 Disposing of public monies John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General to the Board of Treasury; regarding the disposing of public monies.
February 23, 1793 Charges Against Sundry Officers Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Enclosed is a continuation of the extract from the register of warrants drawn in the War Department and the charges against sundry officers, including expenses related to deserters. Enclosed also is a list of names and sums in order that the same may be charged in their account settlements.
September 22, 1785 Report to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury John Pierce reports to the Board of Treasury regarding the petitions of Lewis Nichola and Richard Lloyd. Pierce recommends that the Board be invested by Congress with the authority to determine the allowances due to each agent of the line.
March 7, 1794 Letter to the War Department Accountant Reverend Isaac Mansfield Joseph Howell Letter to the War Department Accountant concerning claims, wages, and sundry officers.
March 16, 1795 Lists Payments by Edward Carrington; Requests Advances Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Timothy Pickering A letter and documents transmitted by Edward Carrington, agent for procuring supplies for the militia army, lists the sums paid by him to sundry officers with the expectation that it will govern Pickering's estimates in making advances.
August 23, 1799 Sundry returns from officers of artillerists and infantry Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Encloses sundry returns from the officers of several regiments of artillerists and infantry. States that he will handle the distribution of coats and vests for artillerists, but requests that the other articles be forwarded when convenient. Mentions that Capt. Ogden has informed him that the camp kettles furnished him are unfit for use.
December 13, 1798 Sundry Harris Accounts Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Hodgdon requests accounts of stores delivered to Francis and the Navy Board as well as an estimate of accounts made until the beginning of the ensuing year.
February 1, 1790 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts Joseph Howell Board of Commissioners The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes a brief letter to the General Board of Commissioners; mentions army officers and soldiers.
December 16, 1786 Specie due the officers of the Virginia Line John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter to the Board of Treasury concerning specie due the officers of the Virginia Line.
June 24, 1793 Pay due sundry militia for services Joseph Howell David Henley Abstract pay due sundry militia officers for services in 1793 called into service by Governor William Blount for defense of Territory of United States south of Ohio River. Blount is Governor of Southwest Territory
June 24, 1793 Pay due sundry militia officers Joseph Howell David Henley Abstract pay due sundry militia officers for services in 1793 called into service by Governor William Blount for defense of Territory of United States south of Ohio River. Blount is Governor of Southwest Territory. Mr. Allison, paymaster, has list of amounts of pay due each person. Howell instructs Henley to give paymaster necessary instructions for paying troops.
July 19, 1785 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Board of Treasury John Pierce submits a proposal to the Board of Treasury. Due to the low resources of the Treasury, Pierce requests the opinion of the Board on his issuance of certificates for the final adjustment of soldier's accounts.
May 16, 1788 Seniority of commissioned officers Peter Muhlenberg Josiah Harmar Letter, discusses rank of quota officers. The ranks of Denny and Spear to remain suspended until pretensions are laid out before the board. If Denny is senior officer, he may be commissioned accordingly.
January 18, 1786 Pay of a Regiment's Officers John Pierce Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Discusses the settlement of pay for the officers of a regiment
September 22, 1787 Pay, Subsistence, & Forage of the Officers of New Hampshire John Pierce Jonathan Cass The author encloses a draft for a sum drawn by the Board of Treasury on the Loan Officer of New Hampshire for the pay, subsistence, and forage of the officers of that State. .
November 21, 1795 A Drawing Board for Mr. Fox Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Fox, who is making drafts for the frigate building at Philadelphia, is in want of a drawing board. Mr. Fox will visit Hodgdon's store to select the board that best fits his needs.
June 10, 1786 Sums due North Carolina Line John Pierce Robert Fenner Refers to sums due North Carolina Line. Is having difficulty procuring subsistence due officers, non-commissioned officers and privates.