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There are a great number of small ballance’s due to the Soldiers and officers of this and the North Carolina line which has been drawn by the pay master Genl and still remains in his hands to the Amount as I am inform’d of thirty thousand dollars. There is now in this State a man from newyork by the name of Renolds purchaseing these ballances at the rate of 3/ in the pound he was in this town,...
Yours of the 10th. I receiv’d. Mr. Reynolds is now on his way to Newyork from what he inform’d me his partner got the Lists from a Clerk of the Treasury. Since I wrote you he receve’d some other Lists amounting to 3000 dollars due to the offi[c]ers of this state. The person that he corresponds with from this place and remits the Soldiers powers of Attorney to is William J. Vriedenburg No. 40...
Yours of the 7th. Inst. I reciv’d by Saturdays Mail, and have to thank you for puting in my Name at the War office. Old point Comfort was the place I wished to Command or Norfolk, if point Comfort was not fortified. I am much obliged to you, for the paper your Letter inclosed. The Command Task I think I am eaqual to—tho not able to campain it in my old age a garrison will have no Riding or...
12 January 1795, Charleston, South Carolina. Introduces [Robert Goodloe] Harper and asks JM to introduce him to [John] Nicholas and [William Branch] Giles of the Virginia delegation in the House of Representatives. RC ( DLC ). 1 p. Addressed by Wallace to JM at Philadelphia, “by favr. of Mr. Harper.” Docketed by JM.