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Enclosure C: [Payments to the Treasurer of the United States], 1 January 1793

[C]51
Payments to the Treasurer of the United States. *
No. Paid Warrant
1503. To David Allison, agent for Robert King and Richard Fields, for their compensation going Express to the Cherokee nation 64.
1818. Robert Forsyth, for his compensation as marshal for the district of Georgia 130. 15.
1970. Edward Blake, superintendent of the lighthouse in South Carolina, to defray the expenses of said establishment 681. 36.
1999. Arnold Willis, balance due to him from the United States, for a bill of exchange returned unpaid 594. 50.
2036. Sharp Delany, assignee of Lieut. Col: de Touzard, for his pension 180.
2056. Jonathan Williams, junr. for a bill of exchange on the late commissioners at Paris, returned 12.
2074 William Allibone, for his services and expenses in examining and surveying the light-house at Bald Head, North Carolina 212.
2077. William Bill, for sundry setts of Exchange on the late Commissioners at Paris, returned 168.
2083 Joseph Anthony, agent for John Brown Cutting, being in full for a sum of money granted him by Congress 1,580. 46.
2084 William Allibone, superintendent of the light-house at Cape Henlopen, to defray expenses in support of said Establishment 430.
2096. Oliver Wolcott, junr: for the salaries of his office, as Comptroller of the Treasury 1,850.
2097 Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 2,500.
2098 Ditto ditto 500.
2099 Henry Knox, for the salaries of his office, as Secretary at War 1,762. 50.
2100. William Simmons, Attorney for John Cochran, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for New York 375.
2101. Nehemiah Tilton, agent for James Tilton, for his salary as commissioner of loans for Delaware 150.
2102. Joseph Nourse, for the salaries of his office as Register of the Treasury 4,500.
2103. John Meyer, agent for Alexander Hamilton, for the salaries of his office, as Secretary of the Treasury 2,306.
2104. Richard Harrison, for the salaries of his office as Auditor of the Treasury 2,608. 58.
2105. George Taylor, agent for Thomas Jefferson, for the salaries of his office as Secretary of State 1,621. 67.
 
2106. John Jordan, for his pension 10.
2107. James Mathers, for his salary as door keeper to the Senate of the United States 125.
2108. Thomas Claxton, for his salary as assistant door keeper to the House of Representatives 112. 50.
2109. Isaac Sherman, for his salary as a clerk employed in the Treasury department in counting money 125.
2110. David Henley ditto ditto 125.
2111. W. Irvine, J. Kean, and W. Langdon, for the salaries of their office, as commissioners for adjusting claims of individual states with the United States 3,075.
2112. Gifford Dally, for his salary as door keeper to the House of Representatives 125.
2113. George Turner, for his salary as one of the Judges of the Western territory 200.
2114. John Kean, Attorney for Frederick William de Steuben, for his pension 625.
2115. John Inskeep, Attorney for Joseph Anderson, for his salary as one of the Judges of the territory south of the Ohio 200.
2116. Matthew McConnell, Attorney for Arthur St. Clair, for his salary as governor of the Western territory 500.
2117. Bernard Webb, agent for John Beckley, for his salary as Clerk of the House of Representatives 375.
2118. Thomas Fitzsimons, agent for James Wilson, for his salary as one of the Associate Judges 875.
2119. Bernard Webb, agent for John Beckley, attorney for Harry Innes, for his salary as district judge of Kentucky 250.
2120. John Kean, Attorney for Thomas Bee, for his salary as district Judge of South Carolina 450.
2121. Ditto, Attorney for John Neufville, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for South Carolina 250.
2122. John Bard, agent for Nathaniel Pendleton, for his Salary as Judge for the district of Georgia 375.
2123. Samuel Meredith, for the salaries of his office, as Treasurer of the United States 775.
2124. Robert Morris, agent for Edmund Randolph, for his salary as Attorney General of the United States 375.
2125. Hugh Williamson, Attorney for William Blount, for his salary as governor of the territory south of the Ohio 500.
2126. Ditto, Attorney for Daniel Smith, his salary as Secretary of the territory south of the Ohio 187. 50.
2127. Ditto, Attorney for William Skinner, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for North Carolina 250.
2128. Ditto, Attorney for John McNairy, for his salary as one of the Judges of the territory south of the Ohio 200.
2129. Samuel Meredith, Attorney for John Blair, for his salary as one of the Associate Judges 875.
2130. Thomas Smith, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for Pennsylvania 375.
2131. John Sitgreaves, Attorney for John Sitgreaves, for his salary as Judge for the district of North Carolina 375.
2132. Robert Smith, Attorney for David Campbell, for his salary as one of the Judges of the Western territory 200.
 
2133. Richard Peters, for his salary as Judge for the district of Pennsylvania 400.
2134. Samuel A. Otis, for his salary as Secretary to the Senate 375.
2135. Joseph Nourse, attorney for John Sullivan, for his salary as Judge for the district of New Hampshire 250.
2136. Ditto, attorney for Cyrus Griffin, for his salary as Judge for the district of Virginia 450.
2137. William Cushing, for his salary as one of the associate judges 875.
2138. Samuel Meredith, on Account of the War department 3,000.
2139. Ditto ditto 1,000.
2140. Clement Biddle, agent for Thomas Johnson, for his salary as one of the associate Judges 875.
2141. Alexander and James Parker, Agents for Samuel McDowell, junior, compensation to the Assistant Marshal for the district of Kentucky 40. 79.
2142. Alexander Parker, agent for Samuel McDowell, junior, compensation to John Eakin, as assistant in taking a census of the inhabitants of Kentucky 50. 4.
2143. Joseph Howell, for extra services of a clerk employed in his office as accountant to the War department 229. 16.
2144. Tobias Lear, on account of the President’s compensation 3,000.
2145. William Allibone, superintendent of the light house at Cape Henlopen, to defray expenses in support of said establishment. 400.
2146. John Kean, Attorney for Richard Law, for his salary as judge for the district of Connecticut 250.
2147. Elliott and Williams, for provisions issued, and sundry supplies furnished the Quarter master’s department 2,760. 67.
2148. James Mazurie, assignee of Pierce Manning, agent for Abner Neale, for attending the circuit and district courts of North Carolina. 20.
2149. Joseph Anthony, attorney to James Iredell, for his salary as one of the associate Judges 875.
2150. Robert Underwood, agent for Joseph Bindon, attorney to Dominique L’Eglize, for his pension 30.
2151. Samuel Hodgdon, Attorney for James O’Hara, for the use of the Quarter master’s department 2,000.
2152. Joseph Howell, on account of the department of War 156,595. 56.
2153. George Meade, agent for Richard Wylly, commissioner of loans for Georgia, for the salary of a clerk employed in his office 91. 20.
2154. James Boggs, agent for Robert Morris, for his salary as judge for the district of New Jersey 250.
2155. Joseph Howell, for the salaries of his office, as accountant of the War department 625.
2156. Henry Knox, assignee of Michael Hillegas, for the amount of a warrant, No. 485, returned unpaid 33. 33.
2157. Robert Elliott and Elie Williams, being on account of supplies furnished, and to be furnished, for the use of the Army 20,000.
2158. Tobias Van Zandt, agent for William Allen, for 80 horsemen’s swords, furnished Capt. Stake’s troop 400.
2159. Clement Biddle, balance due to him on account of provisions issued to the recruits 114. 13.
 
2160. George Bickham, attorney for Samuel McDowell junior, his compensation as marshal for the district of Kentucky 83.
2161. John Templeman, for a sett of exchange on the late commissioners at Paris, returned 12.
2162. Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 10,000.
2163. Ditto ditto 2,000.
2164. William Porter, assignee of Daniel Hale, for sundry rations issued to the recruits at Albany, &c. 169. 79.
2165. John Kean, attorney for Henry Marchant, for his salary as Judge for the district of Rhode Island 200.
2166. A. R. C. M. de la Forest, being on account of the debt due from the United States to France 24,660.
2167. Joseph Nourse, agent for John Hopkins, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for Virginia 375.
2168. Robert Underwood, assignee for Joseph Bindon, attorney for Joseph Traversie, for his pension 30.
2169. Samuel Emery, agent for Nathaniel Appleton, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for Massachusetts 375.
2170. Charles Young, assignee of Nathaniel Chipman, for his salary as Judge for the district of Vermont 200.
2171. Melancton Smith, for provisions issued to the troops at Westpoint 128. 72.
2172. David Allison, agent for William Blount, for the use of the War department, in the territory southwest of the Ohio 5,000.
2173. Abraham Witmer, assignee of Joseph Dicker, and others, for 100 rifles delivered for the use of the army 1,200.
2174. Robert Forsyth, being in full of his own and assistant’s compensation for taking an enumeration of the inhabitants of Georgia 336. 61.
2175. Robert Forsyth, his compensation for attending several sessions of the district and circuit courts of Georgia 231. 90.
2176. Melancton Smith, for provisions issued to the troops at New York 268. 86.
2177. Tobias Lear, on account of the President’s compensation 1,000.
2178. Henry Drinker, attorney for Chauncey Whittlesey, for rations issued to the troops at Connecticut 879. 44.
2179. Thomas Billington and Charles Young, on account of a contract for furnishing the troops with clothing 4,500.
2180. Abraham Wilt, attorney for major de Bert de Majun, a foreign officer, late in the service of the United States 7,371.
2181. George Meade, agent for Richard Wylly, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for Georgia. 175.
2182. John Kean, attorney for William Imlay, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for Connecticut 250.
2183. Tench Coxe, for oil purchased for the use of the light house at Cape Henry, in the State of Virginia 380. 80.
2184. Samuel Howell, for supplies furnished the dragoon recruits at Elkton, under the command of Major Rudolph 162. 85.
2185. Samuel Smith, agent for Elliott and Williams, on account of the expenses of the recruiting service 4,000.
2186. Samuel Hodgdon, attorney for James O’Hara, being for the use of the Quarter master’s department 1,000.
2187. Reed and Forde, assignees of captain Sharpe, a foreign officer, late in the service of the United States 1,229. 11.
 
2188. Edmund Randolph, attorney General, for his expenses to, and from York town, in attending the circuit courts held there 54.
2189. Ferdinand Gourdon, assignee of William Paca, for his salary as Judge for the district of Maryland 375.
2190. Samuel Hodgdon, attorney for James O’Hara, being for the use of the Quarter master’s department 35,000.
2191. John Stagg, junr. agent for Thomas Randall, superintendent of the light house at Sandy-hook, for the support of said establishment 231. 86.
2192. George Taylor, Attorney for John Jay, for his salary as chief Justice of the United States 1,000.
2193. Abraham Miller, for rations and other supplies furnished to a detachment of recruits at Bridgetown 48. 86.
2194. Christian Lybrandt, for 30,000 bricks, for the purpose of finishing the light house at Bald head, North Carolina 150.
2195. Peter Bob, for 3,000 ditto ditto 15.
2196. John Brown, attorney for Robert Irwin, for his compensation as assistant to the marshal for the district of Kentucky 51. 27.
2197. Patrick Ferrall, for defraying the contingent expenses of the Commissioner’s office 150.
2198. Philip Nicklin and Co. assignees of Samuel Smith, agent for Elliott and Williams, on account of supplies furnished for the use of the army 20,000.
2199. Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 6,362.
2200. Antoine R. C. M. de la Forest, on Account of the debt due from the United States to France 19,961.
2201. William Allibone, superintendent of the light house at Cape Henlopen, to defray expenses in support of said establishment 534.
2202. Thomas Billington and Charles Young, for sundry pattern articles of clothing, deposited in the War office 128. 46.
2203. John Hopkins, commissioner of loans for Virginia, to pay interest on the several species of stock 3,600.
2204. Ditto, to enable him to pay invalid pensions 400.
2205. John Lamb, balance due to him, on account of sundry expenditures to invalid pensioners in New York 498. 54.
2206. James Burnside, attorney for James Ewing, for his salary as Commissioner of loans for New Jersey 175.
2207. Thomas Harwood, Commissioner of loans for Maryland on account of interest on the several species of stock 7,000.
2208. Edward Carrington, assignee of Matthew Harvey, for rations issued to the troops at Fincastle, Virginia 517. 36.
2209. Ditto, assignee of James Roberts, for rations issued to the troops marching from Richmond to Winchester 354. 4.
2210. Joseph Nourse, agent for Elizabeth Bergen, for her pension 13. 33.
2211. John Hopkins, commissioner of loans for Virginia, on account of the interest due on the several species of stock 1,200.
2212. Tobias Lear, on account of the President’s compensation 2,000.
2213. Thomas Billington and Charles Young, balance due to them on account of a contract for supplying the troops with clothing 705. 11.
 
2214. Joseph Nourse, agent for paying the contingent expenses of the Treasury department 800.
2215. John Wilkins, Assignee of Alexander Scott, balance due for supplies furnished the troops at Lancaster 668. 47.
2216. Samuel Meredith, agent for James Read, assignee of John Skinner, his compensation as marshal for the district of South Carolina 156.
2217. Ditto, agent for ditto, assignee for ditto ditto 285. 60.
2218. Jonathan Trumbull, to enable him to make payments to the members of the House of Representatives 12,000.
2219. Samuel A. Otis, to be applied towards the payment of the Senators, for their compensations 2,384. 40
2220. Roger Sherman, attorney for Philip B. Bradley, his compensation as marshal for the district of Connecticut 337. 7
2221. William Allibone, Superintendant of the light-house at Cape Henlopen, for support of said establishment 144.
2222. Alexander Humphries, balance due on account of provisions furnished to captain Gibson’s company at Staunton 385. 71.
2223. Benjamin Connor, balance due on account of rations furnished and supplies in the Quarter master’s department 387. 57.
2224. John Kean, Attorney for Richard Law, for his salary as judge for the district of Connecticut 250.
2225. George Thatcher, Attorney for David Sewall, for his salary as Judge for the district of Maine 500.
2226. Tench Francis, to be applied towards the purchase of certain Indian supplies 2,000.
2227. Samuel Meredith, on Account of the War department 8,000.
2228. Ditto ditto 2,000.
2229. Jedidiah Huntington, for payments made to invalid pensioners at Connecticut 57. 12.
2230. Samuel A. Otis, to be applied towards the payment of the Senators, for their compensations 268. 80
2231. Jeremiah Smith, attorney for Daniel Warner, for his compensation as deputy marshal for the district of New Hampshire 96. 14.
2232. William Imlay, Commissioner of loans, Connecticut, to pay interest due on the several species of stocks 4,750.
2233. William Imlay, agent for paying the invalid pensioners in the State of Connecticut 2,000.
2234. Antoine R. C. M. de la Forest, being on account of the debt due from the United States to France 2,358.
2235. Richard Wylly, commissioner of loans, Georgia, on account of interest due on the several species of stock 1,300.
2236. John Hopkins, Commissioner of loans, Virginia, on account of interest due on the several species of stock 1,250.
2237. Ditto, Commissioner of loans, Virginia, on account of interest due on the several species of stock 1,800.
2238. William Gardner, commissioner of loans, New Hampshire, on account of interest due on the several species of stock 5,050.
2239. Winthrop Sargent, for his salary as Secretary of the territory north west of the Ohio 750.
2240. Hugh Williamson, Attorney for William Blount, for the use of the War department, within the territory South West of the Ohio 6,000.
 
2241. Clement Biddle, for provisions issued to the recruits, and various supplies furnished in the Quarter master’s and hospital department 997. 87.
2242. Benjamin Lincoln, superintendant of light house, Massachusetts, amount of sundry expenses in support of said establishment. 9,617. 96.
2243. Benjamin Bayley, agent for John Paulding for his pension 100.
2244. Clement Biddle, for sundry supplies furnished Joseph Brandt, chief of the six nations of Indians, during his stay in Philadelphia 466. 33.
2245. Jedidiah Huntington, superintendant of light house, New London, amount of sundry expenditures in support of said establishment 1,093. 21.
2246. Otho H. Williams, amount of sundry payments to invalid pensioners, at Baltimore 1,603. 79.
2247. Antoine R. C. M. de la Forest, being an account of the debt due from the United States to France 8,997.
2248. John Hopkins, Commissioner of loans, Virginia, on account of interest due on the several species of stock 7,350.
2249. Ditto, Commissioner of loans, Virginia, on account of payments made to invalid pensioners 2,750.
2250. Samuel Hodgdon, attorney to James O’Hara, for the use of the Quarter master’s department 1,000.
2251. Joseph Nourse, for the purpose of stating and printing certain public accounts 220.
2253. Samuel Hodgdon, Attorney for James O’Hara, for the use of the Quarter master’s department 1,500.
2254. Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 5,500.
2255. Ditto ditto 1,500. 00.
2256. Adam Anstat, for 17 rifles made by order of the Secretary at War 204.
2257. John McIntire, for sundry rations issued to the militia of Ohio County, State of Virginia 318. 64.
2258. Samuel Millish, junr., attorney for Israel Chapin, balance due for supplies furnished, and expenses incurred for the five nations of Indians 27. 33.
2259. James B. Smith, for making three large wampum belts for the use of the Indian department 43.
2260. Wheelen and Miller, agents to Jacob Dickert and others, for 67 rifles made for the use of the United States 804.
2261. Henry Drinker, for three sinkers for the beacon boats directed to be stationed in the bay of Chesapeak 74. 44.
2262. John Nicholson, for 26 rifles made by order of the Secretary at War 312.
2264. Tobias Lear, on account of the President’s compensation 1,000.
2265. John Kean, to be applied towards discharging unclaimed dividends 2,671. 99.
2267. Antoine R. C. M. de la Forest, on account of the debt due from the United States to France 64,935. 1.
2268. John Miller, junr. for his attendance inspecting the clothing for the army 200.
2269. Tench Francis, on account of the incidental and contingent expenses of the War department 1,000.
2270. Samuel A. Otis, to be applied towards payment of the Senators, for their compensations 3,840.
 
2271. Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 1,500.
2272. Ditto ditto 1,500.
2273. David Ridgway, for 30,000 bricks, for the completion of the light house at Bald head, North Carolina 150.
2274. John Kean, to be applied towards discharging unclaimed dividends 90. 10.
2275. Ditto ditto 32. 66.
2276. James Ewing, Commissioner of loans, New Jersey, to pay interest on the several species of stock 4,000.
2277. Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 6,000.
2278. Joseph Anthony and son, Assignees for John Habersham, agent for James Seagrove, for a bill of exchange drawn on account of the War department 900.
2279. James Wilson, attorney for James Duane, for his salary as Judge for the district of New York 375.
2280. Ditto, Attorney for James Duane, for his salary as Judge for the district of New York 1,125.
2281. John Kean, to be applied towards discharging unclaimed dividends 770. 17.
2282. Gabriel Blakeney, for sundry rations issued to the militia of Washington county, Pennsylvania 947. 84.
2283. John Hopkins, on account of payments made to invalid pensioners 400.
2284. William Imlay, agent for paying invalid pensions in the State of Connecticut 1,500.
2285. Ditto, Commissioner of loans, Connecticut, to pay interest due on the several species of stock 1,500.
2286. Jonathan Burrall, assignee of John McComb, agent for John McComb, junior, on account of a contract for erecting a light house on Cape Henry 2,000.
2287. James McKenzie, for his pension 30.
2288. Samuel Meredith, on account of the War department 34,878.
2289. Solomon Maxwell, balance due on account of supplies furnished the recruits in the State of Delaware 250. 60.
2290. John McComb, junior, balance due on account of contract for erecting a light house of Cape Henry, Virginia 3,350.
2291. Thomas Billington and Charles Young, on account of sundry articles of clothing for the use of the army 2,000.
2292. James Poupard, for sundry seals for the use of the public offices of the territory north west of the Ohio 123. 80.
2294. The State of Maryland, for payments made by said State to invalid pensioners 2,343. 63.
2295. John Adams, on account of his compensation as Vice president of the United States 340.
2296. Tobias Lear, for so much paid by the President to an express rider 12.
2297. Samuel A. Otis, on account of the contingent expenses of the Senate, and of his office 655. 50.
2298. John Kean, to be applied towards discharging unclaimed dividends 548. 10.
2299. Jonathan Burrall, agent for Nicholas Hoffman, to be applied to the purpose of purchasing certain Indian supplies 640. 56.
2300. George Benson, Agent for Jabez Bowen, for his salary as Commissioner loans, Rhode Island 150.
 
2301. Jean de Ternant, being on account of the debt due from the United States to France 5,445.
2302. Ditto, for his pay and services as a foreign officer late in the service of the United States 9,754. 68.
2303. John Hopkins, on account of payments made to invalid pensioners 1,150.
2304. Ditto, Commissioner of loans, Virginia, on accot: of interest due on the several species of stock 750.
2305. Nathaniel Appleton Massachusetts ditto 3,000.
2306. Jonathan Trumbull, to enable him to make payments to the members of the House of Representatives 12,000.
2307. Antoine R. C. M. de la Forest, being account of the debt due from the United States to France 34,558. 82.
2308. Clement Biddle, balance due to the State of Pennsylvania on account of rations issued to the militia of said State 1 447. 93.
2309. Tobias Lear, agent for Jonathan Steele, his compensation as Clerk of the circuit and district Courts of New Hampshire 52. 20.
2310. Ditto, attorney for Nathaniel Rogers, his compensation as marshal for the district of New Hampshire 329. 93.
2311. Robert Crawford, agent for John Stuart, balance due for supplies furnished the riflemen in Virginia 1 753. 6.
2313. Tobias Lear, on account of the President’s compensation 1,000.
2314. Samuel Hodgdon, Attorney for James O’Hara, for the use of the Quarter master’s department 8,090. 67.
2315. Tench Francis, to be applied to the purpose of purchasing sundry military stores 1,000.
2316. Aaron Robinson, balance due on account of supplies furnished to the recruits at Bennington 322. 62.
2317. William Allibone, superintendant of the light house at Cape Henlopen, for support of said Establishment 966. 50.
2320. Clement Biddle, for his compensation as marshal for the district of Pennsylvania 545. 51.
2321. Ditto ditto 622. 95.
2322. John Cochran, commissioner of loans for New York, to be applied towards the payment of interest on the several species of stock 93,000.
2323. Thomas Harwood, Maryland, ditto 11,000.
2326. Thomas Smith, Pennsylvania ditto 25,402. 83.
2328. Samuel Meredith, for purchases made him, as agent to the Trustees for the reduction of the public debt 15,098. 11
2333. John Kean, to be applied towards payment of interest on the funded six and three per cent stocks 304,303. 27.
2338. Edward Blake, Superintendant of the lighthouse at South Carolina, for defraying the expenses of said establishment 163. 27.
2339. Ditto ditto 1,253. 52.
2340. John Habersham, for amount of sundry payments made to Invalid pensioners 526. 77.
2341. Nathaniel Appleton, commissioner of loans for Massachusetts, to pay interest due on the several species of stock 62,000.
2342. William Ellery, superintendant of the light house at Rhode Island, to defray expenses of said establishment 754. 58.
 
2343. Jabez Bowen, Commissioner of loans for Rhode Island, to pay interest on the several species of stock 6,000.
2344. Ditto ditto 6,000.
2345. William Imlay, Commissioner of loans for Connecticut, do. 4.050.
2346. Samuel Meredith, to defray contingent expenses of his own and Henley and Sherman’s office 158. 97.
1,250,592. 61.
Balance in my hands this day, as explained below 783,444. 51.
2,034.037. 12.
Cash in the Bank of the United States 109,169. 45.
Ditto North America 61,601. 30.
Ditto New York 69,019. 8 
Ditto Providence 28,157. 87.
Ditto, office of discount and deposit, Boston 154,860. 67.
Ditto New York 224,735. 51.
Ditto Baltimore 73,653. 64.
Ditto Charleston 62,015. 85.
Amount of contingencies paid, for which there is no appropriation 142. 14.
Amount paid Saml. Brook, a clerk in the office, for which there is no do. 90.
Dollars 783,444. 51.
Receipts by the Treasurer of the United States.
Balance of Account furnished to the 1st. of October last 420,914. 51.
No. Received for Warrant —
1520. On Isaac Holmes Collector Charleston 480.
1535. ditto ditto ditto 201. 36.
1685. John Habersham ditto Savannah 231. 90.
1686. ditto ditto ditto 130. 15.
1687. ditto ditto ditto 336. 61.
1688. Charles Lee ditto Alexandria 4,000.
1689. John Lamb ditto New York 498. 54.
1690. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 1,200.
1691. James Read ditto Wilmington (N. C.) 441. 60
1692. Jedidiah Huntington ditto New London 57. 12.
1693. ditto ditto ditto 4,750.
1694. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1695. John Habersham ditto Savannah 1,300.
1696. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 300.
1697. William Heth ditto Bermuda hundred 1,800.
1698. Joseph Whipple ditto Portsmouth 3,000.
1699. ditto ditto ditto 2,050.
1700. Benjamin Lincoln ditto Boston 9,617. 96.
1701. Jedidiah Huntington ditto New London 1,093. 21.
1702. Otho H. Williams ditto Baltimore 1 603. 79
1703. George Biscoe ditto Nottingham 700.
1704. Otho H. Williams ditto Baltimore 23,000.
1705. Sharp Delany ditto Philadelphia 3,040. 96.
 
1706. John Lamb ditto New York 13,219. 26.
1707. Jedidiah Huntington ditto New London 1,700.
1708. Hudson Muse ditto Tappahannock 450.
1709. William Heth ditto Bermuda Hundred 1,310.
1710. ditto ditto ditto 1,725.
1711. James McC. Lingan ditto George town, Maryland 1,115.
1712. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 400.
1713. Jedidiah Huntington ditto New London 1,000.
1714. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1715. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1716. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1717. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1718. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1719. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1720. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1721. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1722. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1723. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1724. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1725. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1726. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1727. Jonathan Fitch ditto New Haven 2,000.
1728. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1729. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1730. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1731. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1732. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1733. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1734. Samuel Smedley ditto Fairfield 300.
1735. ditto ditto ditto 300.
1736. ditto ditto ditto 300.
1737. ditto ditto ditto 100.
1738. ditto ditto ditto 200.
1739. John Halsted ditto Perth Amboy 2,714. 24.
1740. James McC. Lingan ditto George town, Maryland 400.
1741. Abraham Archer ditto York town, Virginia 200.
1742. Hudson Muse ditto Tappahannock 1,500.
1743. Richard M. Scott ditto Dumfries 200.
1744. ditto ditto ditto 200.
1745. Charles Lee ditto Alexandria 3,000.
1746. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1747. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1748. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1749. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1750. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1751. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1752. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1753. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1754. William Gibb ditto Foley landing 200.
1755. Thomas Benbury ditto Edenton, N. Carola. 250.
1756. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1757. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1758. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1759. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1760. ditto ditto ditto 250.
 
1761. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1762. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1763. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1764. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1765. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1766. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1767. ditto ditto ditto 400.
1768. ditto ditto ditto 400.
1769. James Read ditto Wilmington, N. C. 500.
1770. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1771. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1772. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1773. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1774. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1775. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1776. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1777. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1778. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1779. ditto ditto ditto 400.
1780. John Daves ditto Newbern 500.
1781. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1782. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1783. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1784. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1785. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1786. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1787. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1788. ditto ditto ditto 200.
1789. ditto ditto ditto 200.
1790. Nathan Keais ditto Washington 250.
1791. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1792. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1793. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1794. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1795. Isaac Gregory ditto Camden 250.
1796. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1797. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1798. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1799. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1800. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1801. ditto ditto ditto 300.
1802. William Heth ditto Bedmuda Hundred 1,150.
1803 ditto ditto ditto 750.
1804. Francis Cook ditto Wiscassctts 250.
1805. Isaac Holmes ditto Charleston 163. 27.
1806. ditto ditto ditto 1,253. 52.
1807. John Habersham ditto Savannah 526. 77.
1808. Abraham Archer ditto York town, Virginia 250.
1809. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1810. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1811. ditto ditto ditto 250.
1812. ditto ditto ditto 400.
1813. Hudson Muse ditto Tappahannock 800.
1814. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1815. ditto ditto ditto 500.
 
1816. Charles Lee ditto Alexandria 500.
1817. ditto ditto ditto 300.
1818. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1819. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1820. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1821. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1822. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1823. James Read ditto Wilmington, N: Carol. 500.
1824. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1825. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1826. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1827. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1828. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1829. Isaac Gregory ditto Camden 500.
1830. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 2,000.
1831. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1832. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1833. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1834. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1835. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1836. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1837. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1838. William Heth ditto Bermuda Hundred 1,000.
1839. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 1,000.
1840. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1841. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1842. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1843. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1844. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1845. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1846. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1847. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1848. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1849. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1850. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1851. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1852. ditto ditto ditto 2,000.
1853. William Heth ditto Bermuda Hundred 2,000.
1854. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 1,000.
1855. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1856. William Heth ditto Bermuda hundred 1,000.
1857. ditto ditto ditto 1,000.
1858. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1859. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1860. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 500.
1861. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1862. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1863. ditto ditto ditto 500.
1864. William Ellery ditto Newport 754. 58.
1865. Epes Sargent ditto Gloucester 1,500.
1866. Joseph Hiller ditto Salem 8,000.
1867. Stephen Hussey ditto Nantucket 130.
1868. Joseph Otis ditto Barnstable 49.
1869. Edward Pope ditto New Bedford 600.
1870. Benjamin Lincoln ditto Boston 137,000.
 
1871. Hodijah Baylies ditto Dighton 1,000.
1872. Jeremiah Hill ditto Biddeford & pepperellboro’ 1,966. 28
1873. Nathaniel F. Fosdick ditto Portland 5,854.
1874. William Webb ditto Bath 2,177. 90
1875. Francis Cook ditto Wiscassetts 76. 46.
1876. John Lee ditto Penobscot 594. 12.
1877. Stephen Smith ditto Machias 400.
1878. L. T. Delesdernier ditto Passamaquody 140.
1879. Jeremiah Olney ditto Providence 31,800.
1880. ditto ditto ditto 4,000.
1881 Jediidiah Huntington ditto New London 7,150.
1882. Jonathan Fitch ditto New Haven 950.
1883. Samuel Smedley ditto Fairfield 690.
1884. Henry P. Dering ditto Sagg Harbour 300.
1885. John Lamb ditto New York 325,150. 7.
1886. ditto ditto ditto 32,196. 61.
1887. ditto ditto ditto 8,799. 50.
1888. John Halsted ditto Perth Amboy 1,080.
1889. Sharp Delany ditto Philadelphia 327,415. 42.
1890. ditto ditto ditto 17,750. 92.
1891. George Bush ditto Wilmington, Del. 5,573. 92.
1892. Otho H. Williams ditto Baltimore 97,977. 35.
1893. ditto ditto ditto 20,000.
1894. John Gunby ditto Snowhill 100.
1895. John Davidson ditto Annapolis 2,026. 57.
1896. George Biscoe ditto Nottingham 1,514. 64.
1897. John C. Jones ditto Cedar point 500.
1898. James McC. Lingan ditto George town, Maryland 4,823. 16.
1899. William Heth ditto Bermuda hundred 18,630. 4.
1900. Richard M. Scott ditto Dumfries 500.
1901. Charles Lee ditto Alexandria 11,841. 3.
1902. Thomas Benbury ditto Edenton, North Carola. 600.
1903. Charles Brown ditto George town, S. Carolina 1,501. 55.
1904. ditto ditto ditto 1,500.
1905. William Lindsay ditto Norfolk 21,708. 2.
1906. Isaac Holmes ditto Charleston 4,757. 69.
1907. ditto ditto ditto 6,798. 7.
1908. ditto ditto ditto 2,550. 55.
1909. ditto ditto ditto 11,121. 71.
1910. ditto ditto ditto 36,816. 10.
1911. Edward Wigglesworth ditto Newburyport 14,830. 50.
80. William Shippen 2,547. 38.
82. The President, Directors and Company of the Bank of North America 156,595. 56.
83. Henry Knox 2,304. 38.
84. Samuel Hodgdon 4,240.
85. Clement Biddle 118.
15. Edward Carrington Supervisor Virginia 871. 40.
16. ditto ditto ditto 2,750.
17. ditto ditto ditto 7,350.
18. John Chester ditto Connecticut 1,500.
19. ditto ditto ditto 1,500.
20. Andrew Barrett ditto Delaware 700.
21. John Chester ditto Connecticut 1,720.
 
22. Richard Morris ditto New York 8,349. 11.
23. John S. Dexter ditto Rhode Island 12,200. 22.
24. George Gale ditto Maryland 4,320. 57.
25. Nathaniel Gorham ditto Massachusetts 44,000.
Dollars 2,034,037. 12.

Samuel Meredith,
Treasurer of the United States.

51At this point in the MS the following note appears: “For Reference C, containing an Account of Receipts and Expenditures by the Treasurer of the United States, from 1st. October to 31st. December 1792, See Record of Treasurer’s Accounts. Vol. 2: page   to  .” The manuscript for the accounts printed above as enclosure “C” may be found in RG 233, Records of Reports from Executive Departments, Reports from the Treasurer, 2d Congress, 2d session, to 3d Congress, 2d session, National Archives.

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* See Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, dated February. 4th. 1793 Reference C.

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