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July 10, 1794 Circular Letter to the Commissioners of Loans Alexander Hamilton Commissioners of Loans Having been informed by Secretary Knox that there will be an additional number of pensioners placed on the pension list, Secretary Hamilton delivers a circular letter to the Commissioners of Loans, requesting that they discharge all such additional pensions out of the funds for the payment of Invalids.
September 3, 1792 Letter from Knox enclosing list of invalid pensioners for Pennsylvania Henry Knox Thomas Smith Letter, encloses Invalid Pensioner list.
February 11, 1791 Secretary of Treasury addresses pensions to invalids Alexander Hamilton [not available] The Secretary of Treasury notifies the states' Commissioners of Loans that payment of pensions to invalids will be drawn on them effective 5 March 1791. Hamilton addresses suspicion of counterfiet claims.
August 26, 1789 Request for Loan Henry Knox President, Directors, & Company of Bank of New York Immediate loan for Indian Commissioners to negotiate treaties.
January 26, 1801 Payments for Invalid Pensioners [not available] [not available] Directs payment to the Commissioners of Loans of various states so that the listed invalid pensioners can be paid the money owed them.
August 1, 1798 List of Virginia invalid pensioners James McHenry John Hopkins War Secretary encloses a list of invalid pensioners belonging to the State of Virginia, with the monthly allowances to each, to the Virginia Commissioner of Loans.
April 18, 1793 Questions Stated by the President regarding matters of France and relative to loans George Washington Alexander Hamilton Two documents: the first is a list of questions from the President to the Secretary of the Treasury regarding relations with France; the second is a memorandum of letters and documents in the possession of the President relative to loans.
May 15, 1795 Account Current with John Neufville, Commissioner of Loans John Neufville Timothy Pickering Neufville's current account as Commissioner of Loans for the State of South Carolina.
January 15, 1799 List of Virginia invalid pensioners James McHenry John Hopkins War Secretary encloses list of invalid pensioners belonging to the State of Virginia, with the monthly allowances to each, to the Commissioner of Loans in Virginia.
January 27, 1797 Invalid pensioners from Virginia James McHenry John Hopkins War Secretary encloses a list of invalid pensioners from the State of Virginia, with monthly allowances for each, to the Commissioner of Loans in Virginia.
December 10, 1800 Requests Proper Transfer Records for Invalid Casar Barnes Samuel Dexter John Pierce Acknowledges receipt of list of invalids. Requests proper transfer records for Casar Barnes.
February 1, 1794 Pension list and warrants from Secretary of War from September 1793 to March 1794 Henry Knox William Imlay Transmits list of invalid pensioners for state of Connecticut
January 16, 1798 List of Virginia invalid pensioners James McHenry John Hopkins War Secretary encloses list of invalid pensioners to the State of Virginia, with monthly allowances, to the Commissioner of Loans in Virginia.
August 18, 1794 Money for pensioners Stephen Moylan Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of Loans for Pennsylvania informs Secretary Hamilton that he has received an order from Secretary Knox to pay Invalid Pensioners the sum of $8752 for the amount of their annual pension. Requests that Hamilton issue a warrant for that sum.
August 13, 1792 Invalid pensioners for the State of Connecticut Henry Knox William Imlay List of invalid pensioners returned by the circuit court of United States to William Imlay - the Commissioner of Loans - for the State of Connecticut. Specifies monthly allowance.
May 30, 1791 Pay of Invalids Henry Knox [not available] Notice to "All the military Invalid of the United States" that they are to be paid six months of their annual pension, with instructions on how to collect the money and the vouchers required for documentation
September 26, 1789 Talk of the Commissioners plenipotentiary in reply to the talk of White Bird King Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department [not available] Commissioners express disappointment that Alexander McGillivray has left camp. They point out their propositions for peace and friendship. If the terms were not agreeable, they ask, why was that not communicated? Close by asking the headmen to persuade McGillivray to come back and meet with the commissioners.
October 20, 1788 Duties assigned Board of Commissioners Joseph Howell John Wright Regarding duties assigned Board of Commissioners, by Act of Congress they cannot enter on their duties until accounts are received by the district commissioners.
January 26, 1800 Request for payment of invalid pensioners Samuel Dexter [not available] Request to furnish money to Commissioners of Loans of various states for purpose of paying invalid pensioners.
May 13, 1800 Appointment of Commissioners Holding a Treaty with the Indian Tribes Elisha Hall Samuel Hodgdon Hall touts his qualifications to be one of the Commissioners during the coming treaty negotiations with the Indians.
March 1, 1794 Unpaid Invalid Pensioners Henry Knox Nathaniel Appleton Secretary Knox encloses a list of Invalid Pensioners to the Commissioner of Loans for Massachusetts. The pensioners were not paid by General Benjamin Lincoln from September 1789 to March 1790. Notes that the Supreme Court has decided against the validity of the adjudications of the judges of the Circuit Court in the the capacity of commissioners.
February 1793 Characters for Consideration as Commissioners Alexander Hamilton George Washington Hamilton sends the President a list of the 26 men, arranged by States, that he recommends as candidates for positions as Indian Commissioners.
March 13, 1798 Additional Stores for the Treaty Commissioners, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon David Henley Letter, discusses stores for the Treaty Commissioners
September 18, 1789 Reply from Governor George Walton to Federal Commissioners George Walton [not available] Reply to a note from the Commissioners sending letters for the Governor. The Commissioners were unable to present the letters to the Walton in person because he is ill. Walton thanks them for the note. He has been unable to act on their letter of the 11th regarding provisions. He would be happy to meet with the Commissioners in the morning.
September 21, 1789 Readiness to make further communications Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department Alexander McGillivray So that there will be no complaints of partial or defective representation, commissioners will be ready to make further communications as soon as the third member of the commission, the honorable Mr. Griffin, arrives.