Viewing 1–25 of 35 documents: "receipted"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 7, 1801 Enclosed Warrants Samuel Dexter John Harris Deposit warrant for Georgia factory as "receipted" by the Treasurer of the United States.
June 17, 1794 Six Dark Lanthorns [not available] Samuel Hodgdon The bill for six dark lanthorns for Joseph Baker which was sent to be receipted has not been returned.
May 15, 1795 Receipted Bill with Wafered Certificate William Simmons Captain James Sever Account of Sever, approved by Simmons.
August 7, 1794 Procedure for Taking Recepts Joseph Howell Thomas Hutchins Howell does not approve of the manner in which Lt. Hutchins has taken his receipts and explains that each advance should be receipted separately and the sum expressed in writing.
March 24, 1784 Settling an Account Samuel Hodgdon William Henry Settlement of an account.
February 12, 1799 Receipted bill for Hodgdon for payment of Captain German James Simons [not available] Request from James Simon Collector, to Hodgdon to pay Captain Garman $25 being amount of waggonage for articles sent.
March 15, 1792 Receipted bill for making cartouch boxes Unknown Author Thomas Hath Lists materials. Note by R.J. vandenBrock states items were ordered by Sec. of War.
April 3, 1799 Articles Delivered Agreeable to the Invoices Mahlon Ford Samuel Hodgdon Ford has received Hodgdon's letter by the wagoner William Bass who has delivered the articles agreeable to the invoices. The quartermaster Lieutenant Meminger has received and receipted for them.
April 6, 1790 Claim for the Distribution of Certificates Joseph Howell Thomas Patten Howell does not know what steps have been taken with Patten's claim before the Board of Treasury, but notes that a similar claim was dismissed.
March 13, 1797 Instructions for Acting Clothier General John Francis Hamtramck John Wallington Gives Wallington his instructions as Acting Clothier General. These dictate how the clothing is to be receipted for and how it is to be delivered (to paymasters or other senior officers of each regiment) to avoid fraud. A postscript addresses the surplus clothing.
March 6, 1798 Brandy, Spikes, Howitzers, Anchors, Etc. Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon In Gibbs' return book is entered three casks of brandy, 434 gallons of which is correct. There is an error, however, due probably to the faintness of the lines in the ledger. The spikes are entered in return book 5674 but there is an inaccuracy which should be corrected by one of the clerks. The howitzers are also entered in this return. He has receipted the Naval Agent for the three anchors.
April 19, 1787 Settlement of accounts Joseph Howell Thomas Patten Settlement of account for certificates received of Mr. King will be necessary previous to Patten receiving any compensation. Howell doubts that Patten can be considered an agent as Mr. King has receipted to Mr. Pierce for all the certificates.
November 17, 1800 Delivery of Mathematical Instruments for Use of War Office Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of mathematical instruments for use of War Office.
December 30, 1796 Returns and Stores Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig informs Samuel Hodgdon that he can expect to receive an explanatory abstract to accompany the previous return of stores. Langham has sent blankets and shoes.
December 31, 1800 Simmons Informing Orne of the Remaining Balance on his Account William Simmons Joshua Orne Simmons informs Orne that his accounts regarding the fortifications at Marblehead have been examined and a balance of $748.22 is still due from Orne to the United States. This differs from Orne's statement by $6.88, which is the amount of the two enclosed bills which Simmons is returning to Orne for the purpose of having them receipted, and will then be admitted to Orne's credit upon his next...
October 21, 1799 Return of Supplies James McHenry John Harris Orders to take back defective sundries issued.
May 24, 1791 Smith & Shepherd's Contract for Clothing Henry Knox Alexander Hamilton Smith & Shepherd have completed their contact for the clothing for the levies and Mr. Hodgdon has receipted to them for same. Some of the articles were not equal to the pattern and others were superior but on the whole Hodgdon judges that Smith & Shepherd have successfully executed their contract. Additional overalls have been commissioned so that the soldiers will have clean pairs.
March 17, 1784 Tools and metal Samuel Hodgdon Thomas Cater Request for return of or payment for tools and metal.
January 31, 1793 Advances to wives of Non Commissioned officers and privates Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Swan acknowledges receipt of $63.50 in advances made by Howell to the wives of eight non-commissioned officers and privates, $108 to Elizabeth Balfour, and $30 to Samuel Hodgdon for Dr. Brown, a total of $201.50. Swan has receipted for no more than the exact sum delivered by Dr. Strong. Swan notes the risks of advancing money to the wives without certainty of the status of their husbands.
July 27, 1798 Clothing for Artillerists James McHenry John Harris Directs that uniform coats that deviated from pattern should be paid for if equal to pattern.
March 26, 1799 Injury from Moths, Etc. John Bray Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a statement of the public stores received since October 1797. Though there have been thirty different deliveries, Bray has made entries only in those cases where stores have been receipted for. Also, no entrees have been made for the several stores that have been forwarded at the request of certain officers. He is concerned that some of the clothing might suffer from injury by moths.
August 6, 1792 Letter from George Fleming on matters of his salary and pay for the men George Fleming Joseph Howell From West Point, Fleming acknowledges favor by Captain Howe; receipted to him for men's pay and Fleming's salary. Fleming thanks Howell for payment to Mr Sullivan. Discusses issue and location of vouchers, which Major Stagg says are in the War Office. Discusses another issue of vouchers, some of which he can procure, but for procurement of others, he deems it impractical.
May 3, 1786 Settlement of an Officer's Pay William Alexander Joseph Howell The author has been charged with all the money drawn by the officers in his company in 1777 even though the proper receipts were passed through the appropriate channels. Since Colonel Hay was the commanding officer at the time one of the officers resigned, it doesn't seem fair that the author should have that officer's obligations placed on him.
January 25, 1793 Outlines Accounts for Horses and with Various Drafts Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig discusses the procurement and distribution of horses with Samuel Hodgdon. Receipted Captain Prior for horses and equipment. Refers to money and instructions to pay traveling expenses for Indians and translators. Regrets that horses purchased are worthless. Ensign McCleary and Dr. Strong have not yet arrived. Gave Colonel Nevill a draft to purchase necessary items for his family....
June 1, 1786 Certificates Due to Colonel Adams John Pierce John White The Commissioner of Army Accounts encloses the certificates due to Colonel Adams.