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April 14, 1792 Enclosed Bank Notes Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Enclosed bank notes from Bank of United States, remit receipts.
March 31, 1792 Enclosed Bank Notes Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Enclosed bank notes for Lieut. Cummings for recruiting.
September 15, 1791 Enclosed Bank Notes Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Bank notes from Bank of North America enclosed, request to cash notes and transmit month to Lieut. John Jeffers.
November 16, 1792 Forwarding banknotes Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara The Commissary of Military Stores sends the Quartermaster General $10,000 in bank notes. Describes denominations and hopes to hear acknowledgment of receipt.
March 24, 1792 Enclosed Bank Notes Joseph Howell Isaac Craig By direction of the Secretary of War, Howell enclosed bank notes to Craig for appointments. Request correspondence on whether or not officers accept or decline appointments.
March 30, 1792 Enclosed Bank Notes Joseph Howell Isaac Craig Enclosed bank notes from the Bank of the United States to be given to Capts Crawford and Biggs for appointments. Requested information on their acceptance of refusal of promotion.
July 21, 1794 Post Notes and Remittance of Money Jonathan Dayton Joseph Howell Methods of payment addressed in detail. Post notes remit in lieu of branch bank notes.
June 3, 1792 ENCLOSURE: Delivery of National Bank Notes Henry Bowyer John Hopkins Bpwyer eceived the $500 in National Bank notes from Hopkins in May. As his business does not allow personal application, asks Hopkins to deliver to Archibald Murray. Has also written the Secretary of War and asks Hopkins to forward the letter.
March 24, 1794 Receipt for $20,000 in bank notes of the United States James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon Receipt, signed by James O'Hara, in which he confirms that he received $20,000 from Hodgdon in bank notes for the use of his department.
May 25, 1793 Bank notes; supplies; arrival of India Men Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Expresses satisfaction in finding that several packages of bank notes arrived to the Quarter Master General. Will mention situation to Secretary of War in order to prevent any delay of supplies. Articles requested have been shipped or about to be. The India Men are arrived.
December 2, 1791 Knox discusses post bank notes with Sargent Henry Knox Winthrop Sargent Letter, discusses post notes for pay of army.
March 9, 1792 Craig discusses funding and currency with Howell Isaac Craig Joseph Howell Craig thanks Howell for making the effort to send smaller bank notes and he also requests some specie to be sent for areas where people are not reconciled to the use of bank notes.
October 14, 1794 Receipt of bank notes from Blaine to Alexander Ephrain Blaine [not available] Receipt of $50,000 in bank notes from Blaine to Alexander for payment to militia.
June 15, 1792 Money for transportation of rifles William Knox General Edward Hand William Knox has drawn and forwarded $1000 in bank notes to be used for the transportation of the rifles. Expects to have letters from the war office informing of the remittance and the uses to which their money is to be appropriated.
October 3, 1800 Check the Payment of Notes at the Bank Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Because of the anxiety attached to the disappointment of not receiving two thousand dollars in post notes in the mail, Williams recommends checking the payment of these notes at the bank to guard against accidents.
July 11, 1794 Counterfeit Bank Notes Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Freeman not yet received money from Supervisor. Bank notes from the Branch Banks of Baltimore and Charleston had been counterfeit in "this state". Freeman can not discern the counterfeit marks. Requested Treasury obtain bills of exchange from Bank of Charleston to obviate the difficulties regarding counterfeit.
April 19, 1792 Advances Made to the Militia John Hopkins Joseph Howell Hopkins has received a Treasury draft for $1300 and bank notes in the amount of $3545.53 for the purpose of reimbursing the state of Virginia for advances made to the militia. The same has been offered to the Tresurer who refuses to take them. The bank notes will be exchanged for cash and the whole paid to the Treasurer. Hopkins will be Philadelphia in May and will obtain receipts if he can...
April 6, 1793 Describes Attempt to Recover Bank Notes and Budget Indian Accounts James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon Describes attempt to recover bank notes. Accounts for the last quarter. Refers to budgets in question and Indian invoices.
October 11, 1794 Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Alexander Hamilton Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury to Secretary Hamilton, regarding remittances, compensation, and warrants for sums of money. Discusses the choice of large notes of the Bank of the United States, small notes of other banks, or specie (gold and silver) in order to meet these requirements.
May 11, 1798 Missing Post Notes Samuel Hodgdon John Steele Hodgdon encloses the bank's answer to his inquiry regarding missing post notes.
January 29, 1784 Financial Matters Philip Audebert John Pierce Discussion on financial matters.
October 3, 1798 McHenry's Bank Account James McHenry Thomas Willing McHenry discusses his bank account and asks that the monies be applied to his credit even though he neglected to bring his bank book with him.
October 15, 1785 Problem Regarding Subsistence for Hamtramck's March Being Funded with Bank Notes Joseph Carleton Nicholas Fish The Treasury issued bank notes instead of cash for the subsistence of Captain Hamtramck's company on the march. Joseph Carleton, War Office, explains this problematic circumstance to LtCol Nicholas Fish.
May 17, 1794 Suggests Exchange of Bank Notes for Specie; Discusses Horses James O'Hara Henry Knox Refers to conversation about exchanging bank notes for specie for accounts in the Western Country. Refers to General Wayne's horses.
October 7, 1800 Post Notes May Have Been Stolen Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon The two thousand dollars, sent in four post notes of five hundred dollars each, should have come to hand if they were routed through Boston. Williams is apprensive that they may have been stolen and recommends checking with the bank to stop payments should they have been presented for that purpose.