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September 29, 1790 Payment of interest to foreign officers Alexander Hamilton Pierre Charles L' Enfant Hamilton examined into the state of the provision for payment of interest to foreign officers and reports that he cannot comply with L'Enfant's wish. Funds have been appropriated for payment of that interest at Paris-end of 1788.
January 13, 1788 Payment with Interest Henry Knox Mary McNeill Certificate taken out in husbands name gained interest over 10 years, the sum of which is being transmitted to McNeill in the care of General Henry Jackson.
February 20, 1801 Account of John Green with Thomas Ewing [not available] [not available] Statement of the account between John Green and Thoma Ewing, currently at a balance of $1,940.83 to be paid in Philadelphia.
December 21, 1797 Secretary at War directs the conduct of Indian affairs with Chapin James McHenry Israel Chapin Jr Letter, discusses Seneca interest money; asks for return of Seneca numbers; discusses treaty at Genesee; discusses Indian land sales.
June 8, 1786 Mistake in printing of registers John Pierce John Cochran Informs of mistake in printing of registers.
October 1, 1787 Account information John Pierce Moses White Writes Captain Moses White that he cannot allow him the interest due on the certificate which he has returned to the office
November 15, 1788 Interest account on the militia services Aaron Dunham Joseph Howell Encloses interest account on the militia services.
June 7, 1786 Regarding rejected certificate John Pierce Nathaniel Appleton Regarding a rejected certificate, Pierce examined the account and finds that the interest is agreeable to the face of the certificate.
May 26, 1793 Deposition of James Seagrove, Creek Indian Agent regarding financial interest in Creek trade of commerce James Seagrove Justice of Peace William Moubray Deposition of James Seagrove, Creek Indian Agent indicates that he had no direct or indirect financial interest in Creek trade or commerce
May 13, 1800 Settlement of Accounts William Simmons John S. Boss Simmons reiterated the settlement of Boss' accounts and denied Boss' claim for interest.
February 27, 1795 Payment and an Advance Jonathan Dayton Samuel Hodgdon Dayton sends Hodgdon a bill of exchange and duplicate for $1500 from a Mr. Ludlow. Dayton requests an advance of half this sum, and comments that he will enter into a contract if necessary that allows for interest or damages to be paid if Hodgdon deems this necessary. Dayton remarks that he does not feel this would likely happen as Ludlow has informed Dayton that the money is in his possession...
March 1, 1786 Settlement for a Continental Regiment John Pierce Edward Chinn Discusses regimental pay that Capt. Chinn is responsible for in the settlement of the account of his regiment.
April 30, 1785 Missing payments Jonathan Dayton Joseph Howell Payment of interest on notes was not included in list given to Treasurer.
February 20, 1800 Aid of Major Hoops Alexander Hamilton David A. Ogden Hamilton tells Ogden that, considering the smallness of the sum, he should advance Major Hoops the money he needs to free himself of the entanglements of poundage to the Sheriff.
June 8, 1786 Certificates of John Saratoga Edward Chinn John Pierce Records in a letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts the five certificates of John Saratoga, Chinn's slave.
May 5, 1800 Establishing a National Foundry for Casting Cannon, Shot, and Shells John Adams James McHenry Grants McHenry and Stoddert permission to establish a National Foundry for casting cannon, shot, and shells.
March 29, 1785 Concerning counterfeit certificates John Pierce Joseph Howell John Pierce laments to Joseph Howell the impact of counterfeit certificates on the public interest and his own character.
May 24, 1794 Account of William Groom Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for William Groom, late private in the 5th Virginia Regiment. He was captured and put on board a British ship in 1780.
November 17, 1794 Account of Benjamin Sherburn Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Benjamin Sherburn, late gunner in the 4th South Carolina Regiment.
December 11, 1788 Accounts of Reverend William Plumb Joseph Howell William Plumb Howell examined accounts of Reverend William Plumb. Notes that he is not authorized to issue the certificate only to the Treasurer of the state on whom it was drawn. Disagrees that the certificate should bear interest from the year 1777.
May 9, 1788 Account of Doctor Gould John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts respecting the settlement of Doctor Gould's account with the State of Virginia.
March 15, 1796 Discussion of Treaty & Tensions With Barbary States William Pennock Josiah Fox Discusses the Algerine treaty and the fact that they will only respect strength.
January 27, 1794 Account of John Howard Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for John Howard, late private in Gist's detachment in the Virginia and Maryland Lines.
February 4, 1786 Officers' Accounts Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell The author apologizes for his tardiness in sending Capt. Ferguson's account. Regarding the recipient's account, he affirms his belief that the equity is due him but there's no law that covers service prior to April 10, 1780 except in the case of prisoners. Congress has acted favorably with regard to individual requests so that is cause for optimism. In any case, the author will continue to...
August 15, 1791 Purchasing the Lake Erie Tract John Nicholson Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Nicholson discusses the terms and implications of the transaction involving the purchase of the Lake Erie Tract the Indian titles of which were extinquished at great expense by the State of Pennsylvania.