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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
December 22, 1786 Account of Mr. Blair John Pierce Treasurer of New Jersey Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to the Treasurer of the State of New Jersey regarding the account of an agent of the Jersey Line, Mr. Blair.
January 16, 1785 Regarding receipt of letters with certificates and settlement registers of the New Jersey line William Livingston Joseph Howell Acknowledges receipt of letters with certificates and settlement registers of the army regiments of the New Jersey line.
March 19, 1785 Registers for certificates to sundries of New Jersey Line Joseph Howell James Mott Encloses copy of registers. Believes that those noted as "transferred to Jersey Brigade" were of the Line of New Jersey as Colonel Spencer's Regiment.
November 20, 1784 Account of notes William Livingston John Pierce Governor Livingston of New Jersey requests an account of the notes issued by the United States to the officers and men of the Jersey Line.
January 6, 1785 Pay Settlements for Continental Regiments Joseph Howell William Livingston Settlement of several regiment's accounts.
January 11, 1788 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with Joseph King Joseph Howell Joseph King Joseph Howell informs Joseph King that he is not entitled to be issued a certificate.
October 4, 1787 Treasurer of New Jersey writes to the Commissioner of Army Accounts James Mott John Pierce James Mott notifies John Pierce of errors found in the return of the officers and soldiers of the Jersey Line.
May 10, 1785 Regarding certificates issued to Captain Jonathan Dayton of the Jersey Line Joseph Howell James Mott Certificates issued to Captain Jonathan Dayton of the Jersey Line were not included in the returns.
October 10, 1794 Sick soldiers of the New Jersey line Alexander Hamilton Ephrain Blaine Encloses an account relating to sick soldiers of the New Jersey line. Desires that the surgeon, Robert Welford, refer the persons to him.
December 22, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce William Livingston 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.
April 1, 1784 List of paymasters and agents John Pierce Timothy Pickering List of paymasters and agents with their regiments and the dates their accounts were settled.
December 30, 1794 Enclosed: Invoice of Military Stores Returned by Jersey Line Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed invoice, quality of supplies is poor. Other articles can be found in public stores.
November 2, 1786 Unsettled account Unknown Author Unknown Recipient Document concerning the unsettled account of Israel Shreve, of the late New Jersey line. There are not enough vouchers to account for all the monies charged to him.
October 24, 1791 Request from North Carolina Line Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Cover forwarding a request from the agent of the North Carolina Line.
August 25, 1786 Claim of John Faceland John Pierce Richard Stockton Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts concerning the demand of John Faceland for pay.
May 1785 Settling accounts; Moylan's Dragoons John White Joseph Howell The races brought a large number of officers to town and this kept White busy settling accounts. Mentions the agent of Moylan's Dragoons. Asks if the agent will be at Richmond to pay the soldiers of Virginia Regiment. Suggests that Virginia reminss in informing selves who and who was not entitled to depreciation.
December 2, 1794 Collection of Arms, Ordinance, and Supplies Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Militia of New Jersey ordered to relinquish all arms, ordinance, and supplies to military stores. Knox advised that the agent should expect to receive and report all objects collected.
[not available] Account of Georgia Line John Pierce Unknown Recipient Report on the accounts of the Georgia Line by the Commissioner of Army Accounts; compares to other states.
October 1, 1784 Allowance for service John Pierce David Brearly Discusses Brearly's claim for an allowance for service in the Jersey Line in the Revolutionary War
January 3, 1800 Trial of Lt. Hoffman, Etc. Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Hamilton discusses the problems with the contract with the Agent for New Jersey. He commends Smith's action on this and other items. The trial of Lt. Hoffman for purloining ten dollars from Lt. Livingston has been postponed due to the absence of Lt. Wands, but it would not be proper to postpone it much longer on this account.
January 8, 1794 Claim for pay Frederick Jordan Joseph Howell Discusses the circumstances of his claim for arrears of pay owed him for service in the Revolutionary War
April 21, 1785 Regarding the pay of Joseph Jones, 2nd New York Regiment Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Connolly opens by noting that the unfortunate has always claimed his attention. Regarding the pay of Joseph Jones, 2nd New York Regiment, he is sick and unable to travel to New York. As Agent for New York Line, asks that Howell send him certificates .
February 17, 1784 Agent for the Connecticut Line Herman Swift John Pierce Appointment of an agent to distribute the certificates for the Connecticut line. Payment of money due the 2nd Connecticut Regiment.
November 15, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Bernard Hanlon William Simmons Bernard Hanlon William Simmons informs Bernard Hanlon of the necessity to transmit all of his records to the Accountant's Office.
January 20, 1786 Settlement with a Continental Regiment John Pierce Henry Knox Discusses the settlement of the accounts of a Regiment from one of the states' Continental Line.