Viewing 1–22 of 22 documents: "new emission"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 7, 1788 Old emission money Joseph Howell Commissioners of Treasury Mr. Pierce left in Howell's account old emission money. As that the Board direct the treasurer to received this money and to give receipt.
October 29, 1786 Regarding George Winchester's account John White Joseph Howell Regarding George Winchester's account, the author is at a loss as to the entries in the Pay Master General's books especially relative to the advances sent him against the Maryland line. Mr. Pierce's records should show a column for New Emission and a column for specie and a sum received in New Emission, when reduced to specie, would equal three months pay and subsistence. The author hopes that...
September 12, 1787 Receipt transmitted to Nathaniel Pendleton John Pierce Joseph Clay Informs Joseph Clay that he has transmitted to Nathaniel Pendleton receipts of the new emission money.
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.
August 3, 1791 Claim of the Estate of Jacob Detrick, Deceased Joseph Howell William Simmons The United States in account with the estate of Jacob Detrick, late Ensign of the 2nd Pennsylvania Regiment, deceased.
June 21, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Hugh McCall Simmons discusses accounting practices with McCall.
January 1, 1794 Pay Rolls and Muster Roll John Bryant Joseph Howell Updates on accounts kept by Bryant for Company in Springfield, location of accounts in military stores.
January 31, 1797 Account of Philip Thomas William Simmons Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Philip Thomas, late Captain in the 10th Massachusetts Regiment.
August 21, 1786 Sum of funds in the office John Pierce Board of Treasury Reports the sum amount in his possession to the Board of Treasury, totaling over half a million dollars. Pierce divides the sum up between continental dollars and paper money from Virginia, South Carolina, and Maryland.
June 27, 1786 German regiment and vouchers John Pierce Jonathan Nicholson Letter from the Office of Army Accounts regarding Peter Boyer and the German Regiment.
January 6, 1791 Account of Colonel Wood Nicholas Eveleigh Joseph Howell The Comptroller of the Treasury discusses the settlement of the account of Colonel James Wood.
December 31, 1796 Receipt to Miller's account William Simmons Edward Miller Acknowledges receipt of a receipt that will be entered on the books of the War Department accountant’s office. Payment of a post note from John Chester. Notes the death of Major General Wayne at Presque Isle.
December 14, 1786 Account of Captain Joshua Williams Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Settles the account of Captain Joshua Williams and a specie certificate issued to him for the amount due him.
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.
October 19, 1786 Lieutenant George Winchester's account Joseph Howell John White Regarding Lt. George Winchester's account, a mistake was made which resulted in $83[&]56/90 still being due the US. Perhaps the recipient can recall one of Winchester's certificates which would rectify the situation. He also received the sum of $80 pay for service in 1782 from the Dept. of Prisoners but he may still feel he is due this sum. Also, Congress has eliminated the recipient's...
July 27, 1781 Receipt of Funds for the Southern Army William S. Alexander John Pierce Alexander's receipt and promise to deliver money being sent from the Continental Army's Paymaster General to General Nathaniel Greene's Southern Army.
August 21, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Unknown Recipient Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General. Pierce was appointed by Congress for settling the pay accounts of the Revolutionary War Army. Mentions money and accounts in Maryland, South Carolina, and Virginia.
December 31, 1784 Settlement for Lee's Legion A.W. Dunscomb Joseph Howell Settlement for a part of Lee's Legion and other pay matters
May 20, 1786 Certificate for Captain Patton Joseph Howell Richard Humpton As requested, the author has enclosed a Certificate for the amount of one hundred eighty four dollars in favor of Captain Patton. This is the amount due him after the amount of sixteen dollars is deducted because that amount was received from Mr. Bernstead(?). In the 10th Regiment there are two men named John Smith so Certificates have been issued to the Agents for their pay up to January 1781.
July 6, 1786 Memorial of Jesse Cook and Jesse Grant John Pierce Charles Thomson Report by the Commissioner of Army Accounts on the Memorial of Jesse Cook and Jesse Grant, former captains from Connecticut.
March 23, 1787 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce John Neuville The Commissioner of Army Accounts notifies Neuville that he is trying to locate the $57,600 that was transmitted to Joseph Clay for the supply of the Army and which apparently is now in the hands of Thomas Russell in Charleston.
December 23, 1785 Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts Joseph Clay John Pierce Joseph Clay writes the Commissioner of Army Accounts, thanking him for taking the trouble to settle his accounts. Discusses pay issues and vouchers. Also mentions specie payment.