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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 24, 1794 Commutation for Exchanged Officers Joseph Howell Henry Knox Upon examination of the facts stated on behalf of Capt. Peter Perrit, Howell finds that commutation has not been allowed officers who were exchanged in 1778-79 unless they were in service afterwards and continued to the 1st January 1781.
August 14, 1799 Relieving Supply Deficiencies, Exchange of Soldiers, Etc. Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice All applications to fill deficiencies should be addressed to Ebenezer Stevens. Rice should be able to answer the questions included in the letter from Captain Ashmun though it must be understood that no soldier can be exchanged without Hamilton's approval. The 4th section of the Act of Congress does not apply to officers like Ashmun.
October 28, 1794 Request for pay due to former prisoners of war Jonathan Ely John Pierce Letter book of the Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts, Joseph Howell. Request for one year's pay due to former prisoners of war by resolution of Congress. Ely was held prisoner from 10 December 1777 to 3 October 1781.
November 4, 1787 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with John Pierce Joseph Howell John Pierce Howell encloses receipts for certificates to John Pierce. Mentions claim of Doctor Trezvant, who says he was a prisoner and not exchanged until the general exchange of May 1783.
December 25, 1796 Updates to Accounts, Letter to Joseph Shayler to be Forwarded Edward Miller William Simmons Miller corrected missing signature of James Blakeslee on receipt rolls, received Bank Bill from John Chester. Bill exchanged with William Plumb and Miller is waiting for note to clear in New York.
April 3, 1797 Reason for Failure of Salutes Being Exchanged Donald G. Mitchell James McHenry Capt. Mitchell explains why he did not exchange salutes with the officer of a British frigate.
October 22, 1784 Account settlement Nathaniel Pendleton John Pierce Pertaining to the settlement of Pendleton's account.
November 25, 1787 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with John Pierce Joseph Howell John Pierce Joseph Howell forwards more information to John Pierce. This information supports Howell's rejection of Doctor Trezvant's claim. Included is a statement detailing an exchange of prisoners in 1782.
June 2, 1791 Exchange and Disbursement of Supplies Isaac Craig Henry Knox Cartouch boxes and belts exchanged with Armstrong. Enclosed returns and distribution information.
June 11, 1800 Cooperation from the Bank of Boston Alexander Hamilton Arnold Welles Hamilton informs Welles, the President of the Boston branch of the Bank of the US, that he has on hand a number of large bills which it is necessary to have exchanged in Boston quickly so that the troops can be paid prior to disbandment.
February 12, 1794 Account of Jeremiah Putnam Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Jeremiah Putnam, late Ensign in the Massachusetts Line.
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...
July 26, 1793 Account of Thomas Doyle Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Doyle, late in the 4th Maryland Regiment.
April 25, 1785 Recommendations of Cook & Grant Henry Knox Richard Henry Lee Henry Knox, Secretary at War, writes to Richard Henry Lee, President of Congress with his recommendations regarding Captains Jesse Cook and Jesse Grant of the Connecticut Line.
April 27, 1791 Uniform Accoutrements John Stagg Isaac Craig Sec. of War orders accountrements to be exchanged with Mr. Armstrong so all levies have matching uniforms.
October 21, 1799 Tinber for hutting and wood for fuel should be found on the premises. Alexander Hamilton Thomas Parker Hamilton emphasizes that the requirement for winter quarters is huts and not barracks so as to save additional expense. The huts should be situated so as to ease the collection of timber for hutting and wood for fuel.
March 21, 1786 John Rea's account Joseph Howell John Hoope Discusses the particulars of the settlement of the account of John Rea, late of the 6th Regiment of Pennsylvania
March 17, 1788 Army pay accounts Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson From the letter book of Joseph Howell, Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts in the Board of Treasury's Office of Army Accounts. Discusses army pay accounts of various individuals.
May 18, 1787 Curious case of Andrew Forrest Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Andrew Forrest of the 3rd Regiment has had his depreciation settled until August 1780. Mr. Carleton's certificate says he was exchanged in October 1780. John Woodside indicates that Forrest resigned to Colonel Richard Butler and desired not to be continued. Asks Howell if he would refer to any Army papers and provide sentiments and opinion respecting Forrest's case.
September 20, 1792 Outcome of Council William Blount Henry Knox Inferred that the reason for so few Chocktaws at council was the influence of Mr. Brassheart, a Spanish sympathizer. Brassheart mislead the Chocktaws, telling them they would be killed if they went to council with United States. Both Chocktaw and Chickasaw nations arrived for council and treaty, goods exchanged and land will be given to U.S.
December 23, 1786 Accounts of Various Officers John Pierce Jonathan Nicholson Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General containing details of the accounts of officers, two of whom may have been mistaken for one another due to having similar names.
February 8, 1791 On the Claim of William Cleveland Joseph Howell Goodhue Response to a verbal request for an examination into the claim of William Cleveland, who served in Col. Tyler's regiment and was a prisoner. Howell discusses Cleveland's claim regarding the length of his imprisonment. Cleveland's claims need documentation from Connecticut.
June 30, 1799 Washington writes to McHenry regarding uniform insignia George Washington James McHenry Washington remits the cost expended by the Secretary at War in sending rank insignia to Mount Vernon. Washington states that he is expecting to have his uniform sent to Alexandria.
1798 Indian Department to the United States Factory Benjamin Hawkins [not available] A ledger or account of goods and services exchanged between the Indian Department and the United States Factory.
March 21, 1786 Settlement for Pennsylvania Regiments Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Discusses the details of the settlement of the accounts of several Pennsylvania Continental regiments from the Revolutionary War