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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 18, 1796 Stevens' Accounts William Simmons Daniel Stevens Discusses the results of the examination of Stevens' accounts settled at the Treasury and his accounts to be settled at the War Department
October 6, 1786 Settled accounts and certificates John Pierce Aaron Dunham Informs Dunham that Mr. Lloyd has settled his accounts with the Office of Army Accounts, but has returned no certificates belonging to inhabitants of Dunham's state.
May 31, 1786 Old cash accounts settled John Pierce Reverend Wm. A. Boyd Old cash accounts are settled. The danger of establishing a precedent for payments or loan on the certificates will prevent any success that Boyd would otherwise meet with in application to Congress for that purpose.
May 20, 1796 Captain Price Has Not Settled His Accounts William Simmons James McHenry Simmons complains that Captain Price has not submitted a single voucher or attempted to settle his accounts for years, despite being stationed very close to the Pay Master. He asks for McHenry's help to get Price to settle his accounts.
April 24, 1800 Request for List of Unsettled Accounts William Simmons Thomas Sumpter Simmons examined sundry claims made by Sumpter regarding accounts which appear to be settled or returned. In order to comply with Sumpter's requests, Simmons requested a list of specific accounts from Sumpter.
May 14, 1787 Accounts settled for Captain Watts John Pierce Henry Knox Agreeable to the Secretary at War's request, the Commissioner of Army Accounts has settled the accounts of the corps of Captain John Watts.
January 20, 1796 Accounts Settled William Simmons William Cox Informs William Cox that his accounts have been settled in the office, leaving a balance in his favor of 36 dollars.
November 16, 1797 Accounts Isaac Craig William Simmons Settled accounts of Doctor Balfour.
July 18, 1797 Enclosed Accounts, Notification of Detainment at Garrison of Norfolk John Saunders William Simmons Saunders has received orders from McHenry to remain at Norfolk for further orders. He sends his accounts so that they can be settled, and asks that money due him be forwarded to him in Norfolk.
October 9, 1800 Simmons Informing Chancellor that his Accounts Will Soon Be Settled William Simmons William Chancellor Simmons is replying to Mr. Chancellor, informing him that due to the pace of business in the Accountant's Office Chancellor's accounts have not been settled yet, but soon they will be dealt with.
January 12, 1790 Enclosed accounts settled Eleazer McComb Joseph Howell Encloses accounts settled by Maj. John Patton with John Yeates, late Paymaster of the Delaware regiment; encloses other amounts as well.
October 1, 1795 Settling with Those Who Received Advances Isaac Miller Samuel Hodgdon Miller has settled only with those who received advances and are shown on his return. Parker, Miller, Martin, and Davis have not settled. Parker and Miller have rendered an account of their advances but their accounts cannot be closed until they have settled with those to whom they have made payments. Miller has never seen Martin or Davis.
January 14, 1790 Enclosed settled account Joseph Howell Eleazer McComb Encloses a captain's settled account with John Yeates, the late Paymaster of the Delaware Regiment.
August 31, 1798 Request to Suspend Pay of Lieut. Triplett Until Account Settled Isaac Garretson William Simmons Charge due Lieut. Triplett that Garretson believed was more than the pay and rations due him for his time on board the USS Constellation. Garretson requested that Simmons not pay Triplett until accounts with Garretson are settled.
May 5, 1788 Settlement of account John P. de Haas Joseph Howell 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 an account.
July 9, 1796 Accounts for Military Stores and Comments Regarding Settlement of Accounts Samuel Hodgdon William Simmons Hodgdon submits his accounts for expenditures. He is of the opinion that every item listed in his accounts is valid, and hopes that there won't be too much trouble in getting them quickly settled.
September 19, 1800 Simmons Refuses to Pay a Sum Already Settled by Captain Reed William Simmons James Reed Simmons informs Captain Reed of his receipt of Reed’s account and sundry papers. Simmons returns the papers to Reed in this letter, remarking that Reed settled his accounts in Philadelphia on the 21st of April. However, Simmons makes note that Reed has made further charges—for contingencies and amounting to $350.71—that date to before he settled his accounts. Simmons feels that the vouchers...
July 17, 1800 Retained Account Information and Settlement of Account William Simmons Edward Carrington Simmons received account information of Godlove Heiskell forwarded by Carrington. Heiskell's accounts as agent under the contractor James O'Hara could not be settled. Other accounts of Heiskell's were settled and amount due to him will be sent to Carrington by the Treasurer. Letter to Heiskell from Simmons enclosed.
March 12, 1790 Account of Captain Mills Joseph Howell Henry Knox Refers to the accounts settled by the late auditor of the Army; states that in 1778, Capt. John Mills of Col. Charles Webb's Regiment settled his account for recruiting and received the sum of 2684 dollars
July 14, 1786 Regarding unsettled accounts and the whereabouts of certificates Michael Kimmell Joseph Howell His accounts remain unsettled due to a charge against him by Colonel Johnston for $1200 part of which was used to pay officers and soldiers and the remainder returned to Johnston. Most of the relevant vouchers were left with the recipient's office and their auditors. Since his account cannot be settled without these documents he inquires as their whereabouts.
May 28, 1796 Requests Settlement of Accounts Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt is about to leave town and asks that Hodgdon forward the accounts or have them settled.
May 25, 1784 Account not settled A. Fowler Joseph Howell Fowler sends to Howell a letter informing him that the paymaster of the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment, Mr. Arthur Read, has not settled his account.
September 3, 1795 Settling Elias Langham's Accounts William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is asked to provide all papers related to the accounts of Elias Langham, including a certificate of monies advanced to him, so that his accounts may be settled.
January 5, 1786 Settlement of Army Officers' Accounts Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Discusses the settlement of the accounts of two officers, Captain William Coxe and Captain William Ferguson.
March 24, 1784 Settlement of accounts Joseph Carleton John Pierce Discusses settlement of accounts.