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Enclosure: Statements, [24 September 1789]

State of the Anticipation of the Taxes of
the Superintendant of Finance
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Dol. 90ths. Dol. 90ths.
On William Whipple, receiver for the state of New-Hampshire
For an order in favor of M. G. Sullivan, dated 24th Jan. 1784, 1,300   
Ditto Brig. Gen. Moses Hazen, dated 24th Jan. 1784, 2,887 72
Do. Capt. Olive, dated 6th March, 1784, 406 26
Do. Capt. Philip Leibert, do. 105 17
Do. Lieut. Germaine Dienne, do. 85   
Do. Capt. Anthony Selin, 8th do.  219  5 5,003 30
On James Lovell, receiver for the state of Massachusetts
For an order in favor of John Langdon, continental agent at Portsmouth, dated 4th August, 1784, 5,000   
Do. Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated the 30th Sept. 1784, 5,000   
On George Olney, receiver for the state of R. Island
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering quarter-master-general, dated 30th Sept. 1784, 3,000   
On Hezekiah Merrill, receiver for the state of Conn.
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated 30 Sept. 1784, 3,000   
On Thomas Tillotson, receiver for New-York
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated 30th Sept. 1784,
50,000     10,000   
Do of Abraham Skinner, later commissary-general of prisoners, dated 30th Sept. 1784. 38,892 75
88,892 75
 
On Wm. C. Houston, receiver for the state of N. Jer.
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated 30th Sept. 1784. 5,000   
On Wm. Geddes, receiver for the state of Delaware
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated 30th Sept. 1784, 5,000   
On Benjamin Harwood, receiver for the state of Maryland
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated 30th Sept. 1784, 9,000   
On George Webb, receiver for the state of Virginia
For an order in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, dated 30th Sept. 1784,  25,000   
153,896 15
Total as above 153,896 15
Deduct so much thereof paid,  60,432 76
Leaves unpaid  93,463 29
Treasury of the United States.
Register’s office, Sept. 24, 1789.
Joseph Nourse, Register.
General Account of Anticipations.
Dol. 90ths.
Amount of orders drawn by the late superintendant of finance,as per particular statement herewith, No. I. 93,463 29
Amount of warrants drawn by the late board of treasury, remaining unpaid, as per particular statement herewith, No II. 189,906 34
Dollars, 283,369 63
Treasury of the United States.
Register’s office, Sept. 24, 1789.
Joseph Nourse, Register.
The Secretary of the Treasury
of the United States.
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No. I.
A particular Statement of Orders drawn by the late Superintendant of Finance, on several of the Receivers of Taxes, remaining unpaid, and were comprised in the Estimate made by the Secretary of the Treasury, and by him reported to the House of Representatives of the United States.7
Date of Orders. Dol. 90 ths.
March 6, 1784. On William Whipple, receiver for N. Hampshire, in favor of Capt. Philip Leibert, being balance of pay due him, 105 17
March 8, 1784. On ditto in favor of Capt. Anthony Selin, being ditto, 219  5
 
Sept. 30, 1784. On George Olney, receiver for Rhode Island, in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, for the use of his department,
Deduct so much paid, 3,000   
1053 58
      
1,946 22
Ditto
On Thomas Tillotson, receiver for New-York, in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, for use of his department, 50,000   
Sept. 30, 1784 On do. in favor of Abraham Skinner, late Commissary-gen. of prisoners for the payment of assumptions made by him for the board of prisoners at Long-Island, 38,892 75
88,892 75
Ditto. On William Geddes, receiver for Delaware, in favor of Timothy Pickering, quarter-master-general, for the use of his department, 5,000   
Deduct so much paid,  2,700   
 2,300   
Dollars, 93,463 29
Treasury of the United States,
Register’s office, Sept. 24, 1789.
Joseph Nourse, Register.
No. II.
A particular Statement of Warrants drawn by the late Board of Treasury on Michael Hillegas, late Treasurer of the United States, which remain unpaid, and were comprised in the Estimate made by the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, and by him reported to the House of Representatives of the United States.8
Date of
Warrants.
Dol. 90ths.
1786 Civil List.
Oct. 10 Edward Chinn, commissioner for adjusting the accounts of R. Island, for his own and clerk’s salaries, office-rent &c. from the 1st of July, to 30th Sept. 1786,
  464 15
Paid in part,  50   
  414 15
1787. Nov. 19. Arnold H. Dohrmad, late agent for the United States, at the court of Lisbon, his salary,
  15,600   
Paid in part,  2,562 46
  13,037 44
1788. July 5. Elizabeth Wallace, for the payment of a register’s certificate in favor of Robert Patton, per act of Congress, 24th June, 1788, 557 16
8. Jonathan Burrall, assignee to John White, late commissioner for the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware & Maryland, for salaries and contingent expences from 1st Jan. to 3d March, 1788, 705 35
Ditto, assignee of Wm Winder, commissioner for the states of Virginia and N. Carolina, for salaries and contingent expences of his office, from 1st April to 30th June, 1788, 1,354 84
Sept. 3. Dunlap & Claypoole, for printing the resolves of Congress, advertisements for contracts, &c. 115 38
Jeremiah Wadsworth, assignee of Jonathan Trumbull, being for the principal and interest of a register’s certificate, per act of Congress, 28th July, 1788, 2,383 45
Deduct so much paid, as appears by the receiver’s account, 2,000   
  383 45
Jonathan Burrall, assignee of John White, commissioner for the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland, salaries and contingent expences of office, for one quarter, ending 30th June, 694 41
27. Ditto, assignee of do. being an advance on account of said White’s salary, 600   
Oct. 9. Joseph Hardy, attorney to Geo. Reed, commissioner for South-Carolina & Georgia, for salaries, quarter ending 30th June, 343 18
Dec. 19. Edward Chinn, late commissioner for Rhode-Island, for salaries and contingent expences of office, one quarter, ending 30th June, 566 86
Dec. 24. Ditto, do. do. do. from 1st Jan. to 31st April, 1787 231 60
Ditto, do. do. do. from 31st Oct. to 31st Dec. 1786, 464 15
John Halstead, in part of a sum due him agreeable to act of Congress, 4th June, 1781, 1,000   
1789. Feb. 10. George Stanton, for the rent of the house occupied by the board of treasury, from 1st Nov. to 31st Jan. 56 22
Feb. 10. John White, commissioner for the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland, being for expences attending the transportation of public papers, &c. 86 74
March 26. William Winder, late commissioner for N. Carolina & Virginia, for salaries and contingencies of office, transportation of public papers, &c. from the 1st Oct 1788, to 20th Mar. 1789, 1,199 82
Ditto, do.    do. 54 34
Ditto, do.    do. 101 75
Ditto, do.    do. 22 34
Ditto, do.    do. 23 78
Ditto, do.    do. 91 73
Ditto, do.    do. 500   
Ditto, do. from the 1st of July to the 30th Sept. 1788 500   
Ditto, do. do. 193 15
May 16. George Stanton, for rent of the house occupied by the board, from 1st Feb. to 30th Ap. 1789, 56 22
June 2. Paul R. Randall, for his salary as secretary to the Algerine legation, from Sept. 1785, to Sept. 1786, per act of Congress, of the 11th Sept. 1788, 700   
Aug. 3. John Jay, Secretary for Foreign Affairs, for officerent, & other contingent expences, 57 22
July 22. Benjamin Walker, commissioner for settling the accounts of the late secret and commercial committees of Congress, from 1st April, to 30th June, 1789, 475   
Nathaniel Appleton, loan-officer of the state of Massachusetts, balance due him on settlement at the treasury, of his account of salary, to the 30th of June, 1789, and which having been introduced in the accounts of expenditure, forms a part of the balance of 189,906 34-90ths. dollars, anticipation by the late board of treasury, on the 11th Sept. 1789, 2,645 66
March 9. Roger Sherman, Esq. assignee to Isaac Sherman, being in full for his expences whilst executing surveys in the western territory, from 21st April, to 21st Sept. 1787, 33 30
William Ellery, loan-officer of the state of RhodeIsland, on a settlement at the treasury, of his account of salary to the 30th of Sept. 1788, and which having been introduced in the accounts of expenditure, forms a part of the balance of 189,906 34-90ths. dollars, anticipation by the board of treasury, on the 11th Sept. 1789, 710 26
May 13. Patrick Ferrall, being in full for contingent expences, and office rent of the office of the board of commissioners appointed to adjust the accounts of the several states, from the 20th of Nov. 1788, to 2d May, 1789, 22 33
Aug. 1. John Cochran, loan-officer of the state of NewYork, being for his salary and stationary for his office, from 1st April, to the 30th June, 1789,    261 56
  28,260 69
Western Territory.
1788. March 4. Thomas Hutchins, geographer general, advanced for the use of his department, 288 74
1789. Mar. 31. John Lawrence, assignee to John C. Symmes, one of the judges of the Western Territory, for his salary, from 26th March to 30th June, 1788, per act of Congress 13th July 1787, 213 13
Ditto, do. do.   from 1st July, to 31st of Dec. at 200 dol. per qr. 400    613 13
Joseph Nourse, attorney to Thomas Hutchins, geographer-general, for his salary from 1st Jan. to 31st March, 1789,   375   
  1,276 87
Indian Affairs:
1787. Richard Butler, agent for Indian affairs, for salary
Aug. 21. one quarter, ending 30th June last, 250   
Nov. 22. Ditto, do. do. ending 30th September last, 250   
Dec. 31. John Woods, in full for his services and expences attending sundry Chiefs of the Choctaw Nation on a visit to Congress, per act of the 18th July last, 500   
1788. Comfort Sands, attorney to Wm. Winn, superintendant of Indian affairs for the southern department, being for said Wm. Winn’s salary from 1st April, to the 29th August 1788, 416 60
1789. May 23. Arthur S. Clair, Esq Governor of the Western Territory, to be by him applied, agreeably to an act of Congress of the 27th of October 1787, 1,867   
Ditto, being part of the sum of 20,000 dollars, appropriated for the extinguishing of Indian claims, per act of the 2d July, 1788, 2,000   
Ditto, same purpose, 2,068  7
25. Richard Butler, superintendant of Indian affairs, one quarter’s salary, ending 14th October, 1788, 538 32
26. Do. for sundry expences in the Indian department, from 12th October, 1786, to the 14th October, 1788, 1,611 68
June 17. Arthur St. Clair, Governor of the Western Territory, in part of the sum of 20,000 dollars, appropriated for the extinguishing Indian claims, per act of the 2d July, 1788, 779 15
Ditto, same purpose, 1,220 75
July 17. John Cochran, attorney to Jas. Livingston, deputy superintendant of Indian affairs, northern department, his salary from 1st July, 1788, to 30th June, 1789,    500   
  12,001 77
Pensions, Annuities and Grants.
1787. Jan. 29. Samuel Hodgdon, attorney to Doctor John Warren, for the education of Joseph Warren, eldest son of the late Major Gen. Warren, deceased, from the 1st Jan. to 30th June, 1786, per act 8th April, 1777, 248 89
24. Ditto, attorney to do. for the support and education of the three younger children of said Gen. Warren, deceased, from 1st July to 31st Dec. 1786, per act of the 1st July, 1780 225   
Aug. 2. Ditto, attorney to do. for do. from 1st Jan. to 30th June, 1787, 225   
Oct. 16. John Warren, guardian to the eldest son of the late General Warren, being for the education of said eldest son, for one year, commencing 4th July last, 500   
1788. Nov. 18. Joseph Nourse, attorney to Col. Richard Gridley, his pension from 1st July, 1787 to 30th June 1788, per act of the 2d October last, 444 36
May 22. George Morgan, for the tuition of George M. White Eyes, from 1st Nov. 1786, to 30th Sept. 1788. 58   
1789. Mar. 10. Daniel M’Cormick, executor to the estate of Eliz. Thompson, deceased, for her pension, from 1st July to 16th Aug. 1788, 12 78
23. Joseph Bindon, attorney to Joseph Traversie, for his pension from 1st October, 1788, to 31st March, 1789, per act of the 8th of August, 1782,    60   
  1,774 23
Contingencies of the War Department.
1787. Sept. 13. Henry Knox, secretary at war, being for the use of the ordnance department, 1,600 30
 
Oct. 5. Doctor Joseph Waldo, being for his attendance, and medicines supplied sundry sick soldiers of Col. Jackson’s regiment at Springfield, in the state of Massachusetts, 252   
Dec. 22. James O’Harra, Contractor on the Western Frontiers, on account of issues to be made under his contract, and for expenditures in the quarter-master-general’s depart. for 28,691 15
Deduct so much pd. 19,711 15 8,980   
1788. Mar. 31. Henry Knox, secretary at war, being for the contingent expences of the war department, 960   
April 14. Ditto, being for the purpose of subsisting recruits, ordered to be raised by the resolve of Congress, of the 3rd of October last, during the time they are collecting, and on their route from their respective states, to Fort-Pitt, 5,500   
From which deduct so much paid on said warrants, 3,000   
  2,500   
Ditto: Ditto, being to enable him to discharge the arrears of pay due to sundry store-keepers, and other officers in the ordnance department, for the year 1787, and to defray charges hereafter arising in said department, 6,000   
1789. Jan. 19. Ditto being to discharge the rent of sundry buildings, occupied by the public in Virginia, and the pay of Thomas Holt, Assistant Deputy Commissary of Military Stores, from 1st of July 1787, to 30th of June 1788, 1,310   
Feb. 17. Robert Watts, Attorney to Stephen Moore, being for the rent of West Point, from 31st of December, 1787, to 31st December 1788 437 45
March 2. James Reid, Attorney to Joseph Hubley, late Assistant Deputy Commissary of Prisoners, at the Post of Lancaster, being for his pay, rations, and forage, from 1st of January to the 25th of February 1782. 95 10
April 7. Smith and Wyckoff, for provisions issued at West Point. 178 18
May 15. Ditto for their issues at West-Point in January last. 197  2
June 17. Ditto for provisions issued at West Point. 187   
Aug. 4. Ditto for the same purpose,    191  3
  22,888 18
For the Pay of the Army.
1788. Oct. 6. Joseph Howell, jun. paymaster general, being on account of pay due to the troops in service, for the year 1788, 20,000   
Dec. 31. Ditto, being to discharge pay and forage due to the army, up to the 31st Dec. 1788, viz.
No. 1043, Six thou. do. 6000   
1044, do. 6000   
1045, do. 6000   
1046, do. 6000   
1047, do. 6000   
1048, do. 6000   
1049, do. 6000   
 
  1050, four do. 4000   
1051, do. 4000   
50,000   
Deduct so much paid, 4,086 45
  45,913 45
1789. Feb. 28. Ditto, being for the arrears of the four months specie pay, for the year 1783, granted to the non-commissioned officers and privates of the late Virginia line, 3,500   
Ditto, drawn in like manner with the foregoing, and for the same purpose, 3,000   
Do. do. and for same purpose 2,000   
Do. do. and for same purpose 2,422 47
Do. being on account of subsistence due the officers of the Virginia line, for the year 1782 and 1783, 1,626 76
Feb. 8. Joseph Howell, jun. paymaster general, being for the arrears of the four months specie pay, for the year 1783, due to the non-commissioned officers and privates of Col. Posey’s detachment of the Virginia line, 3,102   
Ditto, being on account of the arrearage of subsistence, due to the officers of the Virginia line, for the years 1782 & 1783, 3,539 31
Ditto, being for the arrears of pay for the year 1783, due to Col. Gibson’s detachment of the Virginia line, 3,490 60
Ditto, being for the arrears of the 4 months specie pay; granted to the non-commissioned officers and privates of the late North-Carolina line, for the year 1783, 4,500   
Ditto, drawn in like manner with the foregoing, and for the same purpose, 3,500   
Do. do. & for the same purpose 3,000   
Do. do. for the same purpose 3,000   
Do. do. for the same purpose   3,320 60
  105,915 49
Clothing Department.
1787. Sept. 10. Stephen Bruce, for provisions and sundry articles in the clothing, and quartermaster’s department, furnished the troops in the state of Massachusetts, between the 21st of November, 1786, and the 21st of June, 1787, 669 51
1789. March 2. William Hill, being an account of his contract of the 4th Feb. last, for clothing the troops in service, 6,000   
Deduct so much paid on do. 4,339 39 1,669 35
March 3. Royal Flint, for so much payable on the 1st October, 1789, agreeably to his contract with the board of treasury, being for clothing, &c. supplied the troops in service, in the year 1788, 3,000   
Do. for the same purpose, 3,000   
Do. for do. 3,000   
Do. for do. 3,000   
Do. for do.   3,449 75
   17,788 71
Amount of Anticipations, by the late board of Treasury,
  Dollars, 189,906 34
Treasury of the United States.
Register’s office, Sept. 24, 1789.
Joseph Nourse, Register.

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