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May 2, 1791 Letter to the Comptroller of the Treasury Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Letter to the Comptroller of the Treasury
December 10, 1795 Letter to the Comptroller of the Treasury William Simmons Comptroller of the Treasury Requests instructions from the Comptroller of the Treasury to enable the War Accountant's office to enter the accounts which have been settled.
November 15, 1800 Simmons Requesting Ellis' Compliance to Avoid Reporting to the Comptroller of the Treasury William Simmons Solomon Ellis Simmons' letter of March 17th requested that Ellis forward his accounts to exonerate himself on Simmons' books, but Simmons has not received a reply. Simmons repeats the necessity of Ellis' immediate compliance, otherwise Simmons will be forced to report Ellis to the Comptroller of the Treasury.
November 17, 1800 Simmons Requests Hyde's Compliance to Avoid Referral to the Comptroller of the Treasury and the Secretary of War William Simmons Charles Hyde Recent instructions from the Comptroller of the Treasury make it necessary that anyone who received public money which remains unaccounted for must immediately forward and settle their accounts. Simmons again, despite frequent reminders of the consequences to Hyde, reminds him that he has been requesting a settlement from Hyde, and that failure to comply will result in referral to the...
March 7, 1796 Requests Payment to Close Account with the Comptroller at the Treasury Department John Davis Samuel Hodgdon As past Quartermaster General, Hodgdon was responsible for a balance due from the late comptroller of the Treasury. Requests payment to the Secretary of the Treasury in order to close account in public books.
January 6, 1791 Account of Colonel Wood Nicholas Eveleigh Joseph Howell The Comptroller of the Treasury discusses the settlement of the account of Colonel James Wood.
September 11, 1789 Knox informs Eveleigh of his appointment as Comptroller Henry Knox Nicholas Eveleigh Letter, advises Comptroller of appointment.
July 1, 1796 The Responsibilities of the War and Treasury Departments Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Wolcott expresses in some detail the differences in responsibilities of the Department of War and the Treasury Department. He also describes the duties of the purveyors, the comptroller, the accountants, and the superintendents. He explains that the responsibilities of the Department of War begin where those of the Treasury end.
January 24, 1799 Regarding request for report on what may be done with several papers received from Comptroller of Treasury James McHenry William Simmons Transmits letter from John Steele, comptroller of Treasury Department with several papers referred to and requests that Simmons report what may be done on the subject.
August 4, 1800 Absence of the Comptroller David Rann William Simmons In the absence of the Comptroller, Clerk Rann acknowledges receipt of Simmons' letter dated the 23rd of July and its enclosures all of which will be carefully preserved and laid before the Comptroller upon his return.
March 19, 1796 Claim Forwarded to the Treasury Department William Simmons John Davis Addressed to Comptroller of the Treasury. Forwards a claim for funds sent to the War Department by the Collector at Wilmington that should have been sent to the Treasury Department.
October 14, 1791 Account of Winthrop Sargent Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. States the salary due Winthrop Sargent, Secretary to the Territory Northwest of the Ohio River, for the third quarter of 1791. The subscriber is due $125 for which he requests payment.
December 27, 1797 Letter Signed, John Steele to William Simmons John Steele William Simmons Noted that issuing warrants for additional pay of clerks should be done by Sec. of Treasury, and that Simmons had no problems complying with the Secretary's wishes if he chose to act accordingly or differently.
November 16, 1795 Confirms receipt of certificate William Simmons Comptroller of the Treasury Acknowledges the receipt of a letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury enclosing a certificate from the Register of the Treasury.
August 21, 1800 Decision on Account to be made by Department of Treasury William Simmons John Pollard Simmons examined account submitted by Pollard as much as his office required. Balance sent to Comptroller of Treasury for his decision. Department of Treasury holds jurisdiction over decision, papers returned to Pollard.
December 13, 1799 Letters from the Comptroller James McHenry William Simmons Whatever communications to McHenry from the Comptroller relate to the Simmons' office, the appropriate parts of those letters will be sent on to Simmons.
September 16, 1799 Instructions for the Paymaster General, Inspector General, and Comptroller James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Refers to express instructions for the Treasury and the paymaster general, including money advances and payment forms. Writes of efforts of Inspector General to muster the troops and the Comptroller to work with the paymaster general.
May 4, 1790 Concerning the account of James Warren Nicholas Eveleigh Joseph Howell Comptroller at the Treasury Department inquires the Commissioner of Army Accounts on the account of James Warren, the late Paymaster General.
July 8, 1799 Letter to the Comptroller of the Treasury Samuel Jackson Comptroller of the Treasury Letter from Samuel Jackson to the Comptroller of the Treasury. Citation only.
October 21, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons informs the Secretary at War that he has consulted the Comptroller of the Treasury regarding the practices of the Accountant's Office.
February 23, 1793 Outlines Departmental Disbursements and Vouchers James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon Refers to departmental disbursements for 1792, suggesting they turn to the Comptroller of the Treasury. Refers to Major Craig's voucher.
May 8, 1790 Regarding the account of William Blount Nicholas Eveleigh Joseph Howell The Comptroller of the Treasury Department requests from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to transmit to his office the papers of William Blount for examination.
August 8, 1794 Mail Returned Isaac Craig Henry Knox Packet of vouchers returned safely after being stolen from the mail carrier. Craig to forward them to the comptroller's office immediately. Mail addressed to Knox received by Craig, he will forward to Head Quarters.
December 20, 1800 Adjustments of accounts William Simmons James O'Hara Regarding adjustments to accounts, encloses these to enable O'Hara to appeal to comptroller of Treasury.
May 4, 1790 Regarding the account of William Blount Nicholas Eveleigh Joseph Howell The Comptroller of the Treasury informs the Commissioner of Army Accounts that William Blount - Deputy Paymaster General of the State of North Carolina - stands charged on the books of the Treasury for $1,104,000, of which $150,000 were remitted to him under Joseph Carleton, Paymaster of the Board of War and Ordnance.