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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 15, 1790 Concerning depreciation allowances Henry Knox Joseph Howell The Secretary at War requests information on whether depreciation has been allowed by the respective states on the years pay granted.
May 13, 1790 Pay for Depreciation Joseph Howell Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that by the accounts - transmitted to the office - of depreciation of the state of New York, it cannot be ascertained to what period Jacobus Wynkoop was paid for depreciation
May 9, 1785 Money, final settlements and certificates of depreciation Joseph Howell John White Cannot divine what Mr. Dunscomb wants by the officers of Moylan's Regiment, who received the Certificates of Depreciation.
August 25, 1786 Depreciation of money John Pierce Gabriel Allen Responds to the claim of Gabriel Allen respecting depreciation of money
January 23, 1784 Information on Depreciation John Jacob Faesch Samuel Hodgdon Author requests that recipient provide the "Table of Depreciation" that Congress made for him or let him know where it can be found as he soon plans to leave for home.
May 10, 1785 Certificates of depreciation Joseph Howell A.W. Dunscomb Regarding certificates of depreciation relative to the officer of Moylan's Regiment.
1788 Concerning certificates and depreciation Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts concerning depreciation and the delivery of certificates.
September 2, 1791 Payments Made on Account of Depreciation Joseph Howell General William Irvine Howell discusses the inquiry he has made into the payments or advances made by five States to their officers and men on account of depreciation.
December 29, 1788 Captain Heron's order Joseph Howell C. Richmond By Captain Heron's order, he resigned previous to 10 April 1780 and is not entitled to depreciation on subsistence.
May 17, 1790 Concerning Depreciation Allowances Joseph Howell Henry Knox The Commissioner of Army Accounts informs the Secretary at War that it does not appear from the accounts of Massachusetts against the United States that any depreciation allowances have been made.
May 1, 1787 Depreciation of account John Lawrence Joseph Howell Encloses depreciation of account as settled by John Nicholson.
February 27, 1787 Settlement on depreciation of Army pay Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Howell tells Nicholson that he is asking for a settlement on the depreciation of his Army pay and acknowledges that it will probably take a Resolve of Congress for him to get what he is due. He is confident that Congress will act in his favor.
March 16, 1787 Account of Captain Mackin John Pierce Board of Treasury Informs the Board of Treasury that no resolution is needed in the case of Capt. Mackin since his depreciation has already been made up by his state.
January 23, 1794 Accounts For Depreciation on Pay Joseph Howell Joseph Nourse The Accounts for depreciation on pay, as settled by Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, are requested so that Howell can ascertain claims arising under the law of the U.S. passed the 27th of March 1792.
November 1, 1792 Response to Inquiry about Depreciation of Pay for Enlisted Men Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Joseph Howell Wolcott warns that it is erroneous to assume that a soldier who enlisted in January 1780 is entitled to depreciation on his pay under an enlistment of twelve months made in January 1778.
March 16, 1785 Mistake in the delivery of notes Jonathan Dayton Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton, writing at request of his father General Dayton, notes that Howell made a mistake in his depreciation of the notes. He cites the Continental and New Jersey scales of depreciation.
December 7, 1791 Pay of Officers Not Entitled to Depreciation Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Joseph Howell Wolcott inquires as to whether a balance of nominal pay due an officer of the late army, not entitled to depreciation from the United States or a State, has been considered as equivalent to specie or has been reduced by the State. If such balances are reduced, what rate has been adopted?
January 4, 1791 Examination of Account Joseph Howell John Lawrence Informs John Lawrence that he has not yet had the time to examine the account of Mr. Smith for depreciation of pay, but that he will soon endeavor to do so.
May 28, 1787 Depreciation of pay to Erasmus Gill; advances to recruiting officers Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Mr. Pierce wants to know if the depreciation of the pay of Erasmus Gill has been settled by Pennsylvania. does not find that any charges appear for advances to recruiting officers in 1776 or 1777 except for what Howell already has.
March 7, 1788 Memorial of David Brearly John Pierce Board of Treasury Report on the Memorial of David Brearly, concluding that he is not entitled to the benefits of the depreciation as he requests.
June 15, 1787 Mrs. Howell's health; Captain Erasmus Gill pay and depreciation John Pierce Joseph Howell Discusses Mrs. Howell's health and that Joseph Howell has gone to Philadelphia. Hopes that she has recovered. Mentions writing to Board of Treasury; hopes that Howell has been favored with appointment. Captain Erasmus Gill has drawn his pay and depreciation.
October 9, 1788 Connecticut accounts for depreciation of pay Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Discusses Connecticut accounts for depreciation of pay. Howell has a number of questions related to receipts and on what principles the charges are formed.
July 31, 1785 Request for depreciation in case of Sergeant James Traney or Traner Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Informs that there is James Traney or Traner, a Sergeant of the 1st Regiment of Captain Hamilton's Artillery Company in 1778. Nicholson has no rolls. Subject says he was discharged in 1779; is entitled to his depreciation. Asks for information on when mustered and discharged.
February 2, 1795 Pay or Depreciation for Mr. Lee Uriah Tracy Joseph Howell Tracy asks for any information Howell can provide on the pay of Mr. Lee. Does Lee want pay or depreciation? If he has pay, Tracy wants to know about it and, if not, the reasons why he has not.
[not available] Account of Doctor Spaulding John Pierce Doctor John Spalding Informs Doctor John Spaulding that he is entitled to depreciation that the State of Connecticut is authorized to settle with him.