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July 24, 1787 Condition of Mrs Howell; additional clerks John Pierce Joseph Howell Is unhappy to find that Howell's lady continues so unwell. The disorder cannot be judged with certainty and many persons have recovered. Does not know of any additional clerks needed. Has no objections to Kirkpatrick.
August 8, 1794 Claim of Silas Howell Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Howell provides the details relative to the claim of Silas Howell, late Captain in the Jersey line.
April 1, 1797 Certification of John Howell as a Practicing Physician Doctor Belleville [not available] Dr. Belleville certifies that John Howell has studied physic and surgery with him for four years with zeal and diligence and has conducted himself as a young man of honor and integrity. He has no doubt that Howell will practice with satisfaction to the public and credit to himself.
November 7, 1794 Craig discusses funding and currency with Howell Isaac Craig Joseph Howell Major Craig confirms receipt of money for soldier's pay from Joseph Howell. Craig encloses pay and muster rolls with this letter to Howell.
June 16, 1787 Sundry accounts; Mr. Pierce; Mrs. Howell illness Caleb Swan John White Mentions sundry accounts. Mr. Pierce is in Virginia and Howell is in Philadelphia visiting Mrs. Howell, who is sick.
March 30, 1793 Letter Citation Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Cited in Swan to Howell, 04/12/1793. Howell mentions that the accounts of the War Department are being examined by the Treasury and that the warrants of the Commander-in-Chief should be announced to the pay rolls. After reading Swan's letter of the 20th, Howell notes that he is including the charges against sundry officers.
June 29, 1792 "Still the Same Joe" Joseph Torrence Joseph Howell Torrence has received the advance for Mr. Ward which is the only one received since he last saw Howell. He denies that he has been guilty of neglect in writing his esteemed friend Howell since he has written both Howell and the Secretary of War [Knox}. Capt. Springer wrote Knox signifying his acceptance, receiving the money from Torrence. Torrence insists that he is still the same Joe.
November 8, 1787 Colonel De Haas writes to Joseph Howell John P. de Haas Joseph Howell De Haas asks Howell when he should come to New York to settle business.
June 13, 1787 Mrs. Howell health; counterfeit trial Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Mrs. Howell is getting better. Physician wants her moved to country. Recommended air of Long Island. Trial for counterfeiter draws near.
February 24, 1792 Howell forwards funds to Major Craig Joseph Howell Isaac Craig At the direction of the Secretary at War, Joseph Howell forwards official funds to Major Craig at Fort Pitt. Howell requests return receipt.
November 20, 1794 Services of Joseph Howell Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Enclosed is a certificate from the Secretary of War relative to Howell's services as Acting Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts.
March 13, 1795 John Fleming's Claim that He Has Not Been Paid in Full, Etc. Joseph Howell Daniel Britt John Fleming says he has received his full pay for 1794 and Howell finds that Britt has not forwarded the list of balances for companies that have arrears remaining to be discharged. These lists should be sent on and, if not done immediately, Howell needs to be informed as to what Fleming is due. Howell has not been able to call up Britt's accounts for examination as they are blended with those...
December 13, 1793 Pay of Matthew Ernest Matthew Ernest Joseph Howell Ernests asks Howell to give to John Wilkins, Jr. the amount ordered in his favor by Dr. Richard Allison and transmitted to Howell by Caleb Swan from Fort Washington.
September 13, 1795 Criticism of Joseph Howell Caleb Swan William Simmons Laments the manner of transactions done by Joseph Howell of the War Department, who Swan alleges should not have taken money from Simmons. Criticizes Howell's methods. Reports on pretended representations by soldiers, whose names were never found on muster rolls of the army. Closes by saying that in case of death, he writes this intricate transmission. Howell is an accountant in the War...
June 15, 1787 Mrs. Howell's health; Captain Erasmus Gill pay and depreciation John Pierce Joseph Howell Discusses Mrs. Howell's health and that Joseph Howell has gone to Philadelphia. Hopes that she has recovered. Mentions writing to Board of Treasury; hopes that Howell has been favored with appointment. Captain Erasmus Gill has drawn his pay and depreciation.
December 13, 1787 Joseph King discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell Joseph King explains to Joseph Howell what he wants from Mr. Phillips.
October 5, 1794 Craig discusses funding and currency with Howell Isaac Craig Joseph Howell Major Craig forwards muster and pay rolls to Joseph Howell.
May 24, 1794 Howell discusses funding and pay matters with Major Craig Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Howell certifies the pay of a particular soldier at Major Craig's request.
July 11, 1793 Warrants No. 46 to 72 Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan encloses to Howell his Warrants No. 46 - 72 with payrolls and muster rolls complete, with receipts, amounting to $21.960.46. Swan asks for Howell's acknowledgement of same as soon as it is convenient.
May 7, 1794 Howell discusses funding and pay matters with Major Craig Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Howell forwards funds for the pay and forage of the troops to Major Craig.
December 23, 1784 Cited letter or document, Joseph Howell to William Livingston Joseph Howell William Livingston Cited in Livingston to Howell, 01/16/1785. Cover letter with certificates for the army regiments of the New Jersey Line.
April 4, 1794 Accounts of Capt. Lyman Cornelius Lyman Joseph Howell Capt. Lyman encloses to Howell the muster rolls at his rendezvous and, having received Howell's letter of March 20, will forward a receipt in a few days.
December 13, 1793 Craig discusses funding and currency with Howell Isaac Craig Joseph Howell Major Craig confirms receipt of monies sent by Joseph Howell.
May 30, 1791 Account of David Gregg, Deceased Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Howell has examined the returns from the westward and it appears there is due to David Gregg for his services until the day of his death the sum of $46.90. Gregg's brother may be informed that this sum will be paid on application to Howell's office.
March 25, 1794 Account of Joseph Howell Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Howell encloses an account for depreciation which is due him for his services as a Captain in the late war. Proposes applying to Congress for additional funds.