Viewing 1–6 of 6 documents: "bookkeeping"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 10, 1791 Accuracy of Records William Knox Isaac Craig Omission of goods from some invoices and receipts but books of Knox's office contain accurate records. Knox attributes mistakes to the amount of work he is currently engaged in. Tracks invoices and other bookkeeping.
June 8, 1798 Freeman to Return to Charleston Constant Freeman William Simmons Freeman in Georgia from Pensacola, via Indian County. Will make his way to Charleston as so as he sent letters Northward and rested. Information on bookkeeping and payments due officers.
April 4, 1798 Discusses Store in Indian Territory; Seeks Bookkeeping Assistance for Factory Edward Price James McHenry Encloses correspondence between Colonel Hawkins and Mr. Branham, the present contractor. Branham is permitted to keep a store in Indian territory, although it may cause problems with the Indians and divide the settlers. Refers to nature of business, and seeks assistance of young men from Savannah to keep books for the factory.
November 24, 1791 Transport of Goods and Bookkeeping Isaac Craig William Knox Detailed account of items included on books, despite omissions on invoices and receipts. Updates on goods transported between head quarters, Fort Washington, and Pittsburgh.
September 13, 1795 Transmission of Warrants Caleb Swan William Simmons From Greenville report from Caleb Swan, paymaster of troops of United States, to William Simmons with transmission of warrants with muster and pay rolls completed and receipts. Swan is glad that his accounts are finally being addressed.
May 10, 1794 General Bookkeeping Henry Knox James O'Hara General accounting, supply information. Knox wants the system of delivering the whiskey to be examined; he thinks there is something defective in the arrangements at Forts Steuben, Washington, and Knox. The revenue officer at Wheeling needs a boat.