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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 2, 1798 Enclosed Letter from the Purser of the USS United States William Simmons [not available] In the enclosed letter, Wadsworth transmits the subsistence accounts and contingent account of the USS United States. He also wishes for his respects to be paid to recently deceased colleagues.
January 31, 1790 An abstract accounts between the United States and the Secretary of War Henry Knox [not available] Document, abstract of the Secretary of War's accounts with the United States.
January 20, 1789 Settling of accounts William Irvine Joseph Howell Authors observe by the ordinance of Congress for settling accounts between United States and states, the commissioners of districts are directed to lodge in Howell's office the claims of the several states. Mention that they are ready to receive any papers and communications.
September 14, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General; mentions recruiting accounts of the states and other monetary issues.
January 30, 1790 Accounts of the state of Delaware Joseph Howell Eleazer McComb The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes the Delaware Auditor concerning accounts of the state of Delaware against the United States.
March 1786 Settling accounts with the states John Pierce Board of Treasury Discusses his proposed method for settling army accounts with the states in accordance with two resolutions of Congress.
May 17, 1790 Concerning Depreciation Allowances Joseph Howell Henry Knox The Commissioner of Army Accounts informs the Secretary at War that it does not appear from the accounts of Massachusetts against the United States that any depreciation allowances have been made.
April 3, 1790 Charges by Pennsylvania Against the United States Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson On the subject of charges by the State of Pennsylvania against the United States, relating to certificates.
May 31, 1788 Accounts of Colonel Darkee Joseph Howell Benjamin Huntington From the letter book of Joseph Howell, Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts in the Board of Treasury's Office of Army Accounts. Discusses the settlement of the account of the late Colonel Darkee.
April 22, 1790 Accounts of the Several States Joseph Howell Board of Commissioners Howell provides the Commissioners a sketch of the accounts of the several states in accordance with the Act of Congress of 7 May 1787.
September 30, 1785 Concerning agents of the Invalid Regiment John Pierce Board of Treasury In compliance with a Congressional mandate, the Commissioner of Army Accounts responds to the Board of Treasury regarding the nature and extent of the duties of the agent and the paymaster of the Invalid Regiment.
July 1, 1798 Accounts and Letters James Richmond William Simmons Richmond has received the copy of the letter from Schuyler and enlistment records. He expects to submit full accounts shortly.
August 25, 1786 Memorandum from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Unknown Recipient The Commissioner for settling the accounts of the Revolutionary Army of the United States writes of a sum of $1,284 due; mentions Major General Sterling.
July 15, 1786 Enclosed accounts of subsistence and forage David Hopkins Joseph Howell Major Hopkins encloses his accounts of subsistence and forage in the service of the United States.
February 7, 1801 Furnishing the Accounts of Samuel Lewis and Confirming the Balance due the United States William Simmons Mr. Green The account of Samuel Lewis; balance due the United States of $2648.40
February 27, 1788 Accounts of the States for Arms and Blankets John Pierce Elnathan Maskell Requests that Maskell forward the accounts of the States for arms and blankets so that he can examine them.
August 7, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Simon Jackson Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General. Pierce was appointed by Congress for settling the pay accounts of the Revolutionary War Army. States at the end of the letter that he will be responsible for certain payments.
January 7, 1786 Settlement of Accounts John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Discusses the settlement of Dunscomb's account and the state of settlements with regiments from several states.
August 26, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Aaron Bull Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General. Pierce was appointed by Congress for settling the pay accounts of the Revolutionary War Army. States that he does not know the proper authority for particular actions.
November 23, 1786 Letters from the governors of Western States; General Howe's accounts Joseph Howell John Pierce Encloses letters from Governors of Western states and from Mr. White. General Howe's account to be closed next day.
September 23, 1785 Pay of Continental Officers John Pierce Richard Henry Lee Discusses the pay of the officers of the Continental line who served on the general staff in the Revolutionary War in regards to the case of Bryan Bruen
January 28, 1788 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with the Board of Treasury Joseph Howell Board of Commissioners Howell tells the Board of Treasury that General de Haas's account should not be settled until the officers to whom he advanced money have met their obligations to the United States.
April 13, 1790 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Oliver Bowen Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts; mentions a resolution of Congress pertaining to the auditors of the United States
May 20, 1800 Letter reporting that there are no inconsistencies in accounts Joseph Miller William Simmons Miller states that accounts which have passed through his hands will be found to contain nothing inconsistent with principles of justice and economy which have sanctioned admission of similar allowances.
September 16, 1784 Indebtedness to the United States John Pierce Captain Moses Cleaveland John Pierce sends Captain Moses Chaveland a letter informing him of his indebtedness to the United States.