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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 13, 1784 Account settlements James Monwell Joseph Howell Discusses the settlement of his accounts.
February 25, 1790 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts Joseph Howell William Duer Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts on the subject of individual state accounts and certificates.
July 9, 1796 Accounts for Military Stores and Comments Regarding Settlement of Accounts Samuel Hodgdon William Simmons Hodgdon submits his accounts for expenditures. He is of the opinion that every item listed in his accounts is valid, and hopes that there won't be too much trouble in getting them quickly settled.
August 3, 1792 Regarding accounts and vouchers Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discusses accounts. Will make last entries in general statement. Vouchers will arrive shortly; upon arrival will close accounts. Wrote previous day by Mr. Henley. Have been very busy.
November 3, 1797 Abstract of Pay Accounts Alexander James Dallas William Simmons Letter, encloses abstract of pay accounts.
March 3, 1800 Receipt of Accounts Enclosed William Simmons Jacob Sheafe Receipt of accounts from Sheafe acknowledged. Accounts will be placed under examination.
November 16, 1797 Accounts Isaac Craig William Simmons Settled accounts of Doctor Balfour.
December 7, 1793 Anxious for the Subordinate Paymasters' Account, Etc. Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Howell admits that he has not had the leisure to examine the following accounts: the box of accounts forwarded by Colonel Sargent, Mr. Britt's accounts, and the accounts of the several officers that have also been received. He is extremely anxious to receive the subordinate Paymasters' accounts so that measures can be taken to settle them.
June 22, 1797 Accounts to be Forwarded by Next Post Stephen Hillis William Simmons Hillis intended to send along the accounts of W. Rickard via Lieut. Davidson, but urgent business has prevented it thus far. Intended to mail accounts by next post. Notes on the accounts and their regularity. The accounts will be sent via Col. Henley's waggons.
February 24, 1797 Accounts for January and February Richard H. Greaton William Simmons Greaton never received his pay for January and assumes that the letter with his account was not delivered. He resubmits his January accounts with his February accounts.
November 21, 1788 Settlement of accounts Joseph Howell Ebenezer Storer Discusses accounts of 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, examined by Caleb Swan. Expresses desire to close accounts as speedily as possible.
April 4, 1800 Enclosed Accounts Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Enclosed armourers accounts, results from its examination will be communicated. Mentioned the return of Capt. Barry who could only report that U.S. commissioners were respectfully received.
April 11, 1788 Certification of army pay accounts John P. de Haas Joseph Howell From the letter book of Joseph Howell, Assistant Commissioner of Army Accounts in the Board of Treasury's Office of Army Accounts. Discusses the certification of army pay accounts.
March 18, 1796 Stevens' Accounts William Simmons Daniel Stevens Discusses the results of the examination of Stevens' accounts settled at the Treasury and his accounts to be settled at the War Department
March 12, 1787 Settling of accounts John Pierce Joseph King The Commissioner of Army Accounts asks Joseph King to come to New York to personally settle his accounts.
March 14, 1790 Accounts of Capt. Belfield's Regiment Joseph Howell Henry Knox Discusses the certificate and accounts of Capt. Belfield's regiment; finds that the State of Virginia has settled the accounts.
January 6, 1789 Regarding how long to make out a Regimental account Joseph Howell John P. de Haas DeHass had asked how long it takes to make out a Regimental account. Howell notes that this depends on whether the person is acquainted with the nature of army accounts, and on the nature of the accounts themselves; some are more complete than others. Mentions the accounts of deHaas' father, which took four weeks to examine and state.
August 18, 1800 Accounts Received and Forwarded Peter Hagner Horatio Stark Accounts received and forwarded. Accounts should be sent to Paymaster General. Hagner sent accounts and letter to James Miller, agent to Quartermaster General at Philadelphia whose duty it is to deal with settlement of accounts.
August 25, 1786 Memorandum from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Unknown Recipient The Commissioner for settling the accounts of the Revolutionary Army of the United States writes of a sum of $1,284 due; mentions Major General Sterling.
June 6, 1786 Account request Samuel Brewer John Pierce Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts respecting accounts of Colonel Samuel Brewer.
June 22, 1797 Accounts David Henley William Simmons Exerted extra effort to close all accounts. Accounts to be hand delivered by Lieut. Davidson who Henley asks to be taken care of by Simmons.
July 19, 1800 Acknowledged Receipt of Accounts William Simmons Jonathan Jackson Simmons received accounts for fortifications from Jackson, accounts to be examined.
July 16, 1796 Accounts of officers Peter Hagner Caleb Swan Discusses the status of the accounts of several Army officers.
July 29, 1786 Letter to the Commissioner of Army Accounts Doctor John Brownley John Pierce Discusses the settlement of accounts, certificates, and commutation pay with the Commissioner of Army Accounts.
December 15, 1797 Regarding the Settlement of Accounts John Wilkins, Jr. Samuel Hodgdon Discusses the settlement of accounts.