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October 18, 1787 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with the Board of Treasury Joseph Howell Board of Treasury Joseph Howell reports on unliquidated claims to the Board of Treasury.
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.
March 13, 1787 Claim of Colonel Mentges John Pierce Board of Treasury Discusses with the Board of Treasury information regarding the claim of Colonel Mentges and leaves final resolution of the claim to the Board.
March 16, 1787 Account of Captain Mackin John Pierce Board of Treasury Informs the Board of Treasury that no resolution is needed in the case of Capt. Mackin since his depreciation has already been made up by his state.
January 12, 1788 Letter to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to the Board of Treasury
October 28, 1786 Enclosed account to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter to the Board of Treasury, enclosing a statement of a late officer's account, as reported in his absence by his assistant.
June 1, 1787 Board of Treasury John Pierce Joseph Howell The Commissioner of Army Accounts informs Joseph Howell, Accountant at the Pay Office, that he has written the Board of Treasury in favor of him.
April 10, 1787 Whether there is money due Thomas Patten John Pierce Patten mentions that the Board of Treasury is to report what should be allowed for settling accounts for his company. Asks to be informed if there is anything due.
October 19, 1786 Letter from Board of Treasury relative to Mr. Shelton Joseph Howell John Pierce Enclosed is a copy of a letter from the Board of Treasury relative to Mr. Shelton. The author thought it prudent to keep the original in his office and send the copy to the recipient at New Haven.
August 2, 1787 Letter to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General to the Board of Treasury; refers to previous letter concerning the disposing of public monies; mentions city of Charleston.
March 22, 1787 Money lodged in Charleston John Pierce Board of Treasury The Commissioner of Army Accounts informs the Board of Treasury that money previously lodged in Charlotte was currently in Charleston. Pierce states that he did not see the need to have it brought to him in New York since it would be ordered there anyway.
November 29, 1786 Board of Treasury Contracts Henry Knox Jeremiah Wadsworth Discusses contracts to be made with the Board of Treasury apparently involving Wadsworth and "Mr. Morris"
August 31, 1786 Concerning the Board of Treasury John Pierce John White Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts concerning the Board of Treasury.
July 31, 1786 Letter to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter from the Commissioner of Accounts to the Board of Treasury. Mentions the counterfeited certificates from recent letters.
January 16, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Board of Commissioners Requested decision by board on topic (possibly credits or money) and "in what manner I shall apply them."
October 22, 1786 Request made to Board of Treasury John Pierce Samuel Barrett Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts; mentions the state of Connecticut and a request made before the Board of Treasury.
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.
September 27, 1787 Letter to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to the Board of Treasury regarding pay depreciation, soldiers' claims, among other issues.
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.
October 6, 1786 Concerning the Board of Treasury John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Informs Dunscomb that the Board of Treasury appears to be in opinion against his claim for pay. Mentions the Congress decreasing the salaries of commissioners.
January 29, 1788 Letter to the Board of Treasury John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to the Board of Treasury; mentions his journey from Virginia to New York; mentions Colonel Henley.
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.
July 10, 1788 Request to send letters to Board of Treasury A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell Requests that Howell send Dunscomb certain letters to Board of Treasury
July 9, 1787 Board of Treasury complied with Howell's request that Swan join him Joseph Howell John Pierce Board of Treasury has complied with Howell's request that Swan join him. Captain Gill's account will be forwarded by Mr. Swan.
January 25, 1788 William Duer discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell William Duer Joseph Howell William Duer sends an inquiry from the Board of Treasury to Joseph Howell. The inquiry is regarding the son of General J.P. De Haas.