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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 18, 1795 Specie due the Virginia Line William Simmons Richard Harrison Transmits the estimate of specie due the Virginia Line for the year of 1783.
December 16, 1786 Specie due the officers of the Virginia Line John Pierce Henry Knox Writes the Secretary at War concerning specie due to the officers of the Virginia Line.
January 24, 1791 Specie Claims Peter Anspach Alexander Hamilton Anspach announces that he is making his first return, enclosed for the inspection of the Auditor, based on several specie claims against the Quartermaster General's department.
May 23, 1794 Specie to be sent Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara The Commissary of Military Stores has applied for the $15,000 as instructed, but Secretary Hamilton has declined to give him more than one third in specie. The specie is on its way to Pittsburgh via John Dunwoody, and should arrive in twenty days. It is in a tight cask to your address marked "Speller Solder." He is sending post notes for the remaining 10,000 with this letter. He has also received...
December 28, 1786 Enclosed account John Pierce A.W. Dunscomb Encloses an account for Dunscomb to obtain from the State of Virginia the appropriate orders for officer specie pay
November 1, 1792 Request for money, forwarding of specie, horse supplies Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara According to the Commissary of Military Stores, Secretary Hamilton admits only $2500 to be forwarded in specie; the remainder in bank notes. Mentions silver part of remittance and subsequent moiety of notes. Horse supplies will be loaded next week.
September 30, 1786 Specie due to officers of the Georgia Line John Pierce William Few Statement of the specie that would have been due to the officers of the Line of Georgia; discusses settlements and certificates.
May 18, 1786 Pay of the Maryland Line John Pierce Henry Knox Cover letter for an estimate of the "specie pay" due to the Maryland Continental Regiments
February 3, 1784 Pay of Contractors Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Request for money to pay contractors for repairs to muskets
April 12, 1787 Specie Due to Virginia officers John Pierce Board of Treasury Transmits to the Board of Treasury and Secretary at War the returns of specie due to officers of the late line of Virginia.
November 23, 1793 Remittances sent forward Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara Letter from the Commissary of Military Stores to the Quartermaster General describing remittances sent. Mentions specie sent by Brotherton; payment of cavalry implements.
May 19, 1790 Pay Due to Major Call Joseph Howell John Hopkins Discusses the specie pay due to Major Richard Call
May 17, 1794 Suggests Exchange of Bank Notes for Specie; Discusses Horses James O'Hara Henry Knox Refers to conversation about exchanging bank notes for specie for accounts in the Western Country. Refers to General Wayne's horses.
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.
April 14, 1800 Bill of Exchange for Edward Butler for Specie Received of Samuel Chew Hall David Henley James McHenry Henley makes payment of $1000 to Captain Edward Butler, it being value received of Samuel Chew Hall in specie, for pay of regular troops under Lieutenant Colonel Butler in Tennessee.
December 16, 1786 Specie due the officers of the Virginia Line John Pierce Board of Treasury Letter to the Board of Treasury concerning specie due the officers of the Virginia Line.
March 19, 1787 Account of Doctor Middleton John Pierce Doctor Basil Middleton Advises Dr. Middleton that he has no record of service after January 1, 1783 so he is not eligible for specie pay for 1783. Based on his subsistence accounts, Middleton owes the U.S. $8.
March 29, 1799 Payment Due Hugh Campbell David Henley James McHenry Bill of exchange for $800 due Hugh Campbell for value received in specie.
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...
June 30, 1787 specie due Maryland Levies. John White Caleb Swan Refers to specie due Maryland Levies. The abstract was made out with much accuracy and was a work of labor. Left the balances to be struck on the provision that accounts would be revised by Mr. Pierce.
January 6, 1789 Captain Taliaferro account Joseph Howell A.W. Dunscomb Reports appealing to accounts of Mr. Harrison and obtained original papers alluded to in Harrison's certificate and received to Captain Taliaferro.
March 9, 1792 Craig discusses funding and currency with Howell Isaac Craig Joseph Howell Craig thanks Howell for making the effort to send smaller bank notes and he also requests some specie to be sent for areas where people are not reconciled to the use of bank notes.
April 12, 1787 Returns of Specie due to Virginia officers John Pierce [not available] Pierce sends returns of specie due to the men who served on the Virginia line, with two abstracts detailing the accounts.
November 5, 1799 Bill of Exchange from David Henley David Henley James McHenry Pay James Cowan $2,750, it being for value received of him in specie for paying artificers.
November 8, 1792 Appropriations Required for the Services Joseph Nourse Alexander Hamilton Enclosed are the estimates for which appropriations will be required for the [military] Services for the year 1793.