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July 23, 1787 Settlement with Mr. Burnside; money owed to public William Powers Joseph Howell Discusses settlement with Mr. James Burnside for what was retained by Power as an officer in army. His receipt will be sufficient. Power does not owe a farthing to the public in the recruiting service nor in any other way to his knowledge.
January 18, 1788 A request for final settlement is sent to Joseph Howell Peter Le Barbieuduplessis Joseph Howell Peter Le Barbieuduplessis requests that Joseph Howell settle the accounts of Hugh Bradley.
January 4, 1791 Verification of Payment Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Burnsides Certificate of payment due doctor paid by Colonel Walker. Record taken verbatim from memorandum book.
February 1, 1790 Concerning the account of Daniel Shute I. Burnside Joseph Howell Auditor's Office requests information from the Commissioner of Army Accounts on whether or not the state of Massachusetts charged anything on the account of Daniel Shute in 1781, then a mate at the General Hospital.
November 2, 1788 Captain Stagg corresponds to Secretary at War John Stagg Henry Knox Letter, discusses packing and shipping of clothing; discusses Pratt's march; mentions illness of William Knox.
August 5, 1790 Report on Additional Sums Necessary for the Support of the Government, presented to the House of Representatives. Alexander Hamilton [not available] Discussed claims for money and accounts from the Quartermaster's Department on the method of payment. Requested sums include payment of civil and military establishment; judicial department; Government of Territory of United States South of Ohio; Department of War; Frederick William Steuben; Quarter Masters Department; Hospital Department; Light Houses, beacons and buoys; Indian Department;...
August 6, 1790 Additional Estimate of Monies Required For The Services Of The Present Year. Joseph Nourse Alexander Hamilton Requested sums include payment of civil and military establishment; judicial department; Government of Territory of United States South of Ohio; Department of War; Frederick William Steuben; Quarter Masters Department; Hospital Department; Light Houses, beacons and buoys; Indian Department; certificates of debt to a list of foreign officers.