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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 5, 1793 Paid Bill of Expenses Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Conrad's cash running low, paid his bill of expenses of $12 and advanced him.
October 4, 1791 Salary of Lynde Catlin, Etc. Edward Nixon Joseph Howell States: the salary of Lynde Catlin, clerk, for the third quarter of 1791; cash paid to John Fenno [Fenneau] for printing; and cash paid to Mr. Roberts for stationery.
August 1, 1799 Commissions Paid to Hodgdon United States Samuel Hodgdon Lists the payments to Hodgdon for the following: For his Commission on Disbursements in the Quartermaster's Department as Agent to the Quartermaster General ; for his Commission on Drafts paid and Cash forwarded. The total paid is $17,616.52.
February 16, 1801 Voucher No. 173 Brig. Gen. J. Wilkinson Disbursement of Cash John Wilkins, Jr. James Wilkinson Receipt of $80 for money to pay for secret services paid to William Chubbs.
December 26, 1794 Debts Unsettled Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Expressed disappointment that he did receive requested cash to discharge debts.
September 15, 1798 Bill of Exchange for John Kidd Caleb Swan [not available] Five hundred dollars due John Kidd for cash paid to Swan by him for the pay of the army in 1798.
December 19, 1786 Account of Captain Matthew Henderson Joseph Howell Matthew Henderson Captain Matthew Henderson's Account with the United States.(An "Office of Army Accounts" table showing the details of Henderson's account.)
April 12, 1799 Bill of Exchange for James Ferguson Caleb Swan [not available] $200 due James Ferguson for cash paid by him to Swan for the pay of the army.
October 19, 1799 Coats Furnished, Cash Needed Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Writes that he has furnished Capt. Freeman's company with coats. Requests remittance as he is in need of cash.
August 1, 1800 Payment to Thomas Lee, Fort Wilkinson Henry Gaither Samuel Dexter Gaither paid $1235.35 to Thomas L. Lee, the amount of the accounts listed showing cash advances to officers.
September 7, 1793 Courier to carry cash to Pittsburgh Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Asks for a reliable courier to carry cash to Pittsburgh.
January 15, 1786 Account of Col. Livingston Office of Army Accounts, Paymaster General, Pay Office (1783-1792) Unknown Recipient Account of Colonel James Livingston with the United States for expenses in the Revolutionary War
April 12, 1799 Bill of Exchange due Thomas Gibson Caleb Swan [not available] Bill of Exchange for Thomas Gibson for $2000 for cash paid by him to Swan for pay of the army.
June 19, 1798 Enclosed Cash Invoices for Cherokee Amenities Samuel Hodgdon David Henley Expediency of transporting goods listed in cash invoices expressed by Hodgdon.
February 14, 1784 Cash and Receipts Major John Sumner John Pierce Notes delivery of money in cash after exchange (presumably of notes). Requests receipts for the sum delivered.
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.
November 11, 1795 Paying the Armorers at New London Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon The armorers at New London are, by contract, to be paid in Philadelphia. Hodgdon must know to whom such payments are to be paid and should avoid a longer violation of the public obligation. Care should be taken to replace the monies advanced and to maintain the cash needed for future payments.
October 1, 1799 Abstract for cash disbursements James Miller William Simmons Miller encloses abstract of cash disbursements in Quarter Master Department as agent to John Wilkins.
March 1, 1798 Cash Invoices on the Wagons with the Treaty Goods Samuel Hodgdon David Henley Letter, discusses cash invoices included in the wagons with the treaty goods.
August 1794 Cash Advance for Services Treasury Department Elijah Robertson Cash due Robertson for services related to transporting Chickasaws and Chacktaws to Head Quarters.
October 5, 1799 Payment Procedures Caleb Swan Alexander Hamilton Protests against having to send money by mail to Army officers whom he does not know. States that it has always been a rule "to make a book entry of cash received or paid at the time of the transaction, filing the voucher at the same time." Also writes: "As there is provision...for the travelling expenses of military officers...whether in the first outset in business, it will not be advantageous...
January 23, 1799 Settles Various Accounts Samuel Hodgdon Thomas Holt Has examined the accounts of cash transactions. Includes money to make up the difference and to pay transportation costs. Hopes to resolve difference of lost money. Wants to know how to account for money from Mr. Perkins with his certificate. Mr. Ball's account has been paid to Andrew Brown's newspaper.
January 25, 1799 Reports Cash Advances, Iron, Steel, Water Transportation Samuel Hodgdon John Mackey Provides cash advances according to estimates provided. Includes statements. Refers to spring and different modes of doing business and transportation. Has purchased the iron and steel. Is preparing a report on supply of rations to posts.
March 26, 1787 Settlement of White's account John Pierce Henry C. Baker Notifies Henry Baker that White's settlement with him mistakenly indicated that the US owed him $80. Details of Baker's account are provided.
March 7, 1790 Weekly Account of Cash and Payment of Invalids Sharp Delany Alexander Hamilton Encloses weekly account of cash and a list of persons sued. Has proceeded in payment of invalids.