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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 13, 1787 Extract of Return of Joseph Clay John Pierce Unknown Recipient Extract of return taken from an original made by Joseph Clay
April 5, 1786 Accounts of Joseph Clay William Pendergast John Pierce CITATION Only. Cited in Pierce to Clay, 04/24/1786. Answer to Pierce's letter of 17 March relating to the accounts of Joseph Clay in the Treasury. Pendergast will not acknowledge the receipt of money for which Clay cannot produce a receipt.
May 13, 1788 Enclosed papers of Joseph Clay John Pierce Nathaniel Pendleton Encloses the original papers respecting the business of Joseph Clay, as requested by Pendleton.
October 12, 1785 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Joseph Clay John Pierce, Commissioner of Army Accounts, forwards to Joseph Clay his objections to the settlement Clay recieved from Treasury. Pierce encloses an extract of Clay's account and itemizes the discrepancies.
April 24, 1786 Clay's account John Pierce Joseph Clay Discusses receipts required to settle Clay's account
November 12, 1798 Seeks to Replace Position Edward Price James McHenry Requests payment for Joseph Clay. Clay has been recommended in place of Mr. McWallace. Several have declined the offer.
September 12, 1787 Account of Joseph Clay John Pierce Nathaniel Pendleton Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding the account of Joseph Clay, deputy paymaster to the Southern Army.
December 11, 1787 John Pierce discusses letter from Mr. Clay Joseph Howell John Pierce Joseph Howell forwards a letter from Mr. Clay to John Pierce.
October 17, 1787 Cited letter or document, Joseph Clay to John Pierce Joseph Clay John Pierce Cited in Pierce to Clay, 02/20/1788.
September 12, 1787 Receipt transmitted to Nathaniel Pendleton John Pierce Joseph Clay Informs Joseph Clay that he has transmitted to Nathaniel Pendleton receipts of the new emission money.
April 5, 1785 Requesting settlement of pay issues Joseph Clay John Pierce Joseph Clay writes John Pierce a letter requesting settlement of his pay issues.
January 20, 1787 Letter Citation Joseph Clay John Pierce Cited in Pierce to Board of Treasury, 03/22/1787. Cited in Pierce to Clay, 03/22/1787.
September 13, 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 Joseph Clay and William Alexander.
October 3, 1800 Merchandise, Sale of Goods Edward Wright John Harris Enclosed copy of invoice from J. Clay, goods arrived for Creeks, request for approval of sale of merchandise.
March 17, 1786 Questions about a Paymaster's Account John Pierce William Pendergast Pierce's questions regarding monies paid to Pendergast in the accounts of Joseph Clay, late paymaster to the Southern Army in the Revolutionary War.
September 12, 1787 Deputy Paymaster of the Southern Army John Pierce Nathaniel Pendleton Discusses Joseph Clay, the Deputy Paymaster to the Southern Army, and money which was lost, along with provisions and related acts of Congress; also mentions Treasury Board.
March 23, 1787 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce John Neuville The Commissioner of Army Accounts notifies Neuville that he is trying to locate the $57,600 that was transmitted to Joseph Clay for the supply of the Army and which apparently is now in the hands of Thomas Russell in Charleston.
March 23, 1787 Funds to be delivered John Pierce Joseph Clay Notifies Joseph Clay of the details by which he will receive the funds owed him by the Board of Treasury and possible complications regarding their transmittal from South Carolina.
April 23, 1795 Money due Alexander Clay William Simmons Timothy Pickering William Simmons, accountant at the Treasury Department, certifies that the sum of $65.36 is due Alexander Clay for his bill of sundry expenditures of Captain John Hunkapot, his nephew and two Indians of the Stockbridge tribe.
March 17, 1786 Accounts of Southern Army Paymaster John Pierce Joseph Clay Discusses some details of the examination of Clay's accounts for his service as Paymaster to the Southern Army in the Revolutionary War.
March 22, 1787 On the Board of Treasury John Pierce Joseph Clay Informs Joseph Clay that the Board of Treasury will take the necessary means to ensure that he is paid what he is owed even if it means drawing on the Treasury of South Carolina to do so.
September 3, 1787 Statement to the Board of Treasury John Pierce [not available] Statement to the Board of Treasury from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General regarding public monies, certificates, and other fiscal issues. Discusses Joseph Clay - Deputy Paymaster of the Southern Army - with the Board.
July 27, 1781 Receipt of Funds for the Southern Army William S. Alexander John Pierce Alexander's receipt and promise to deliver money being sent from the Continental Army's Paymaster General to General Nathaniel Greene's Southern Army.
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.
December 23, 1785 Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts Joseph Clay John Pierce Joseph Clay writes the Commissioner of Army Accounts, thanking him for taking the trouble to settle his accounts. Discusses pay issues and vouchers. Also mentions specie payment.