Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Joseph Howell, Junior, 27 September 1794

From Joseph Howell, Junior

W. D. Accountants Office
September 27th. 1794


In pursuance of your request as noted in my letter of Yesterday I have the honor to inform you that the sum required is contemplated to be expended for buildings, repairs and articles directed to be made and purchased by the President the sum of

Dollars 5000
For the pay of the Army & for bounties to recruits 3000
 "  Subsistence of Officers 1000
 "  Incidental & Contingent expences    1000
Dollars 10000

The Treasurer1 informs me that he has in his hands as Agent for the Department of War the sum of three hundred and ninety dollars & 69 Cts.

I am Sir &c

Joseph Howell

The Secty of the Treasury

LC, RG 93, Letter Book, 1794, National Archives.

1Samuel Meredith.

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