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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 7, 1796 Concerning final settlement certificates William Marbury James McHenry On the subject of final settlement certificates and ascertaining the amount of damages.
December 9, 1786 Instructions for Vouchers & Certificates; Requests Final Settlement and Accounts for Pay Table Oliver Wolcott, Jr. John Pierce The assembly of Pennsylvania has ordered regimental agents to resolve their accounts with the Committee of Pay Table for the final settlement certificates. Wolcott informs Pierce that he will require records of those transactions as soon as it is convenient to send them.
February 11, 1791 Account of John Sherman Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Joseph Howell Discusses the account of John Sherman, one of the agents for distributing the final settlement certificates to the Army. Requests information on the appointment of agents.
August 29, 1788 Request for certificates Joseph Howell Commissioners of Treasury Congress having given Howell position as commissioner of army accounts, requests blank final settlement certificates.
January 29, 1789 Final settlement certificates Jonathan Burrall Joseph Howell Writes the Commissioner of Army Accounts on the subject of final settlement certificates and the accounts of various officers - and whether or not they are entitled to depreciation on their pay.
July 1, 1786 Receipt of certificates Jonathan Wigton Joseph Howell Acknowledges receipt of two Certificates. The acknowledgment would have been sent more promptly had the bearer been available sooner.
April 12, 1785 Regarding certificates of final settlements Joseph Howell Mr. Ellery Certificates of final settlements were issued by John Pierce, commissioner for settling accounts of late army of United States.
July 14, 1796 Settlement of account Peter Hagner Daniel Britt Final settlement of account at the War Department.
December 15, 1786 Concerning Vouchers and Certificates John Pierce Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General concerning vouchers and certificates.
January 8, 1797 [Receipt of Abraham McKillip for final settlement certificates] Abraham McKillip [not available] Detailed information on account.
June 28, 1786 Counterfeit certificates Joseph Howell Joseph Ward Mr. Hodgden brought in several Certificates which appeared to be counterfeit. The author at first believed that the bad Certificates should be held until the return of the Commissioner of Army Accounts who was touring the South. Hodgden assured him that the counterfeit certificates were obtained from a person known to him so they could be returned with no harm to the US.
April 24, 1795 Accounts and Expenses Isaac Craig Joseph Howell Enclosed records of expenditures. Major Howe appointed Mr. Barnes, merchant, as his personal lawyer to secure final settlement of accounts.
January 10, 1786 Settlement of Pay John Pierce Board of Commissioners Dicusses a claimant's request for renewal of "final settlement securities"
July 14, 1786 Final settlement of accounts Joseph Howell Michael Kimmell The author has received the vouchers and papers that the recipient needs to settle his account so he needs to come to the author's office in order to reach a final settlement.
January 1, 1787 Final settlement due Joseph Stacy John Pierce Requests that Pierce pay Homer Sherman his final settlement for service in the Invalid Regiment.
September 16, 1796 Rufus Putnam's accounts William Simmons Rufus Putnam Acknowledges receipt of certificates from Putnam. Notifies Putnam that the final settlement of his accounts rests with the "heads of the department."
June 22, 1785 To certify Pierce's issuing of certificates for settling accounts Joseph Howell [not available] Certifies that certificates of final settlement were issued by John Pierce, pay master general, and commissions for settling the amounts of the late army of United States.
December 15, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Oliver Wolcott Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts to Oliver Wolcott regarding receipts and certificates.
December 6, 1786 Final Settlements Peter Curtenius [not available] Verifies that the Paymaster General has left in his possession two final settlements amounting to 104 dollars.
April 25, 1788 Pay and Certificates John Avery Jr John Pierce From the letter book of Joseph Howell, Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts in the Board of Treasury's Office of Army Accounts. Discusses pay the pay certificates for a regiment, certificates for the soldiers of the invalid corps. Discusses the case of a regimental pay agent who defrauded the regiment's soldiers by absconding with their pay.
August 23, 1784 Final settlement Captain Moses Cleaveland John Pierce Requests a certificate showing what monies he is charged with in the final settlement of his account.
February 17, 1784 Settlement of accounts Benjamin Walker John Pierce Discusses the settlement of his accounts.
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.
February 20, 1786 Replacement of Delaware Regiment Certificates William McKennan Joseph Howell The author requests that four Certificates issued to George Kirts of the Delaware Regiment be replaced since they were partially damaged. Fragments of the Certificates are enclosed as well as an oath by Kirts regarding the legitimacy of this request. The replacement Certificates should be sent to John Patten, a Delegate in the grand Council who will then pay the receipts and convey them to the...
December 29, 1791 Letter from Ebenezer Storer, Agent for War Department, to Joseph Howell on Commissions for outfitting Army, accounts of United States Ebenezer Storer Joseph Howell From Portland Maine, Storer requests certificates related to his service as agent for Officers and Soldiers Regiment of United States