Alexander Hamilton Papers
Documents filtered by: Author="Hamilton, Alexander" AND Recipient="Speaker of the House of Representatives" AND Recipient="Speaker of the House of Representatives" AND Period="Washington Presidency" AND Project="Hamilton Papers"
sorted by: author
Note: this document has content that may require expanded/print view for best results (icons above right)

Enclosure: [Expenditures], 15 December 1793

[Expenditures]

For Discharging Warrants Issued by the Late Board of Treasury.

1792, October 12. To Henry Knox, assignee of Michael Hillegas, for the amount of a warrant No. 485, dated the 9th, May 1789, drawn by the late board of Treasury on William Imlay receiver of continental taxes for the state of Connecticut, Warrant No. 2156 33.33
Payments for the Support of the Civil List.
To the President of the United States, on Account of his Compensation.
1792. January 3. Warrant No. 1422 2,000.  
20. do. 1492 1,000.  
February 13. do. 1531 1,000.  
March 2. do. 1571 1,000.  
31. do. 1604 1,000.  
April 9. do. 1667 1,000.  
May 1. do. 1719 2,000.  
23. do. 1787 1,000.  
June 6. do. 1825 1,000.  
18. do. 1842 1,000.  
July 2. do. 1879 2,000.  
11. do. 1927 500.  
October 8. do. 2144 3,000.  
20. do. 2177 1,000.  
November 6. do. 2212 2,000.  
29. do. 2264 1,000.  
December 19. do. 2313  1,000.  
22,500.  
To the Vice President of the United States, on Account of his Compensation.
1791, December 23. Warrant No. 1375 1,000.  
1792, February 7. do. 1522 1,000.  
April 7. do. 1657 1,000.  
21. do. 1700 1,000.  
August 15. do. 2012 1,000.  
December 11. do. 2295   340.  
 5,340.  
27,840.  

Judiciary Department.

For compensations to the Judges, the Attorney General, the Marshals, including Jurors Witnesses and certain contingent expenses, the district Attornies, the Clerks of the several Courts, and for the expense of keeping prisoners, committed under the authority of the United States.
To John Jay, Chief Justice of the United States.
1792, January 3. Warrant No. 1421 1,000.  
April 2. do. 1619 1,000.  
August 7. do. 1996 1,000.  
October 29. do. 2192  1,000.  
4,000
To James Iredell, one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
January 4. Warrant No. 1425 875.  
April 4. do. 1634 875.  
July 5. do. 1905 875.  
October 9. do. 2149   875.  
3,500
To John Blair, one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
January 5. Warrant No. 1433 875.  
April 5. do. 1646 875.  
July 5. do. 1904 875.  
October 3. do. 2129   875.  
3.500
To James Wilson, one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
January 5. Warrant No. 1434 875.  
April 4. do. 1643 875.  
July 3. do. 1893 875.  
October 2. do. 2118 875.  
3,500
To Thomas Johnson, one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
February 14. Warrant No. 1532 1417.11
April 24. do. 1709 875.  
August 14. do. 2011 875.  
October 5. do. 2104   875.  
4,042.11
 
To William Cushing, one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
Feb. 15. Warrant No. 1539 875.  
April 4. do. 1642 875.  
August 8. do. 2001 875.  
October 4. do. 2137   875.  
3,500.  
To the Clerks of the Supreme Court.
May 10. John Tucker, late Clerk, warrant No. 1783 96.  
Samuel Bayard, clerk do. 1740    64.  
160.  
District of Maine.
Jan. 27. To David Sewall, Judge, warrant No. 1500 250.  
April 11. do. do. 1678 250.  
Novemb. 13. do. do. 2225   250.  
1,000.  
1791, Decem. 27. To Henry Dearborn, marshal, warrant No. 1393 308.  
1792, June 12. do. do. 1836  28.80
336.80
1791, Decem. 27. William Lithgow Jun. Attorney, warrant No. 1396 60.25
Henry Sewall, clerk do. 1392   114.62
174.87
District of New-Hampshire.
1792, Jan. 18. To John Sullivan, Judge war. No. 1488 250.  
April 11, do. do. 1679 250.  
July 6. do. do. 1909 250.  
October 4. do. do. 2135   250.  
1,000.  
Novem. 15. Daniel Warner, deputy mar do. 2231 96.14
Decem. 18. Nathaniel Rogers, marshal do. 2310 329.93
Jonathan Steele, clerk do. 2309    52.20
478.27
District of Massachusetts.
Jan. 14. To John Lowell, Judge warrant No. 1460 1200.  
April 6. do. do. 1654   300.  
1,500.  
Sept. 3. Jonathan Jackson, late marshal, do 2041 964.30
 
District of Rhode-Island.
Jan. 10. To Henry Merchant, Judge, war No. 1447 200.  
April 6. do. do. 1655 200.  
July 7. do. do. 1917 200.  
October 13. do. do. 2165   200.  
800.  
June 25. William Peck, marshal do. 1853 2,105.12
1791 Decem. 27. Edmond T. Ellery, clerk do. 1394 147.26
do. do. 1395 40.13
1792 May 23. do. do. 1785    69.28
256.67
District of Connecticut.
Jan. 10. To Richard Law, Judge, war. No. 1445 250.  
April 2. do. do. 1621 250.  
October 8. do. do. 2146 250.  
Novem. 12. do. do. 2224   250.  
1,000.  
May 19. Philip B. Bradley, marshal, do. 1771 774.93
do. do. 1778 254.32
Novem. 8. do. do. 2220   337.07
1,366.32
1791, Decem. 23. Simeon Baldwin, clerk do. 1376 84.  
1792, May 19. do. do. 1775 55.  
139.  
District of Vermont.
Jan. 27. To Nathaniel Chipman, Judge, war. No. 1496 200.  
April 27. do. do. 1712 200.  
July 26. do. do. 1972 200.  
October 17. do. do. 2170   200.  
800.  
June 8. Lewis R. Morris, marshal, do. 1833 37.10
July 30. do. do. 1981   249.95
287.05
32.  
June 8. Stephen Jacob. attorney, do. 1832 32.  
May 10. Frederick Hill, clerk do. 1739 19.  
June 8. do. do. 1831 20.  
do. do. 1834     8.20
47.20
District of New York
Decem. 4. To James Duane, Judge, war. No. 2279 375.  
do. do. 2280 1125.  
1,500.  
May 30. William S. Smith, late mar. do. 1805 1183.25
June 20. Richard Harrison, attorney, do. 1862   149.93
1,333,18
 
District of New Jersey.
1792, February 7. To Robert Morris, Judge, war. No. 1525 250.  
April 9. do. do. 1671 250.  
July 17. do. do. 1955 250.  
October 11. do. do. 2154   250.  
1,000.  
1791, Decemb. 26. Thomas Lowrey, marshal, do. 1379 154.99
do. do. 1380 41.25
do. do. 1381 51.80
1792, May 12. do. do. 1756    21.30
269.34
1791, Decemb. 30. Robert Boggs, clerk, do. 1407 30.  
1792, May 12. do. do. 1753 45.  
June 4. do. do. 1817    21.61
96.61
May 12. Andrew Kirkpatrick, late clerk, 1754 5.  
District of Pennsylvania.
Jan. 13. To William Lewis, late Judge war. No. 1457 413.33
July 19. Richard Peters, Judge, do. 1962 751.65
October 4. do. do. 2133   400.  
1,151.65
1791, Decemb. 26. Clement Biddle, marshal, do. 1382 1219.47
1792, do. 22. do. do. 2320 545.51
do. do. 2321   622.95
2,387.93
1791, Decem. 27. Samuel Caldwell, clerk, do. 1387 680.60
District of Delaware.
1792, January 3. To Gunning Bedford, Judge, war. No. 1419 600.  
July 21. do. do. 1964   400.  
1,000.  
1791, Decem. 27. To Allen McLane, marshal, war. No. 1388 121.60
30. do. do. 1404   175.10
296.70
1792, January 2. George Read, attorney, do. 1418 18.  
May 12. Matthew Pearce, clerk, do. 1757 38.  
April 2.
Alexander Harvey, gaoler,
for subsisting a prisoner,
}
   23.20
79.20
District of Maryland.
January 10. To William Paca, Judge, warrant No. 1446 375.  
April 7. do. do. 1658 375.  
July 11. do. do. 1931 375.  
October 26. do. do. 2189   375.  
1,500.  
1791, Decem. 27. Nathaniel Ramsey, marshal, do. 1385 370.95
1792, August 11. do. do. 2006   315.33
686.28
 
District of Virginia.
January 18. To Cyrus Griffin, Judge, war No. 1489 450.  
April 12. do. do. 1680 450.  
July 6. do. do. 1910 450.  
October 4. do. do. 2136   450.  
1,800.  
February 24. Edward Carrington, late marshal, 1560 608.83
July 14. David M. Randolph, marshal, 1936 237.10
17. do. do. 1949   433.83
670.93
1791, Decem. 27. William Marshal, clerk, do. 1397 364.75
1792, July 16. do. do. 1945   155.37
520.12
District of Kentuckey.
February 15. To Harry Innes, Judge, war. No. 1541 250.  
April 11. To Harry Innes, Judge, warrant, No. 1677 250.  
July 3. do. do. 1895 250.  
October 2. do. do. 2119   250.  
1,000.  
May 31. Samuel McDowell, marshal, 1814 108.50
October 12. do. do. 2160    83.  
191.50
May 31. Thomas Todd, clerk do. 1815 87.  
District of North Carolina.
January 5. To John Sitgreaves, Judge, war. No. 1438 375.  
April 4. do. do. 1644 375.  
July 5. do. do. 1900 375.  
October 3. do. do. 2131   375.  
1,500.  
1791, December 29. John Skinner, marshal, do. 1399 97.30
do. do. 1400 111.75
1792, May 25. do. do. 1795 129.70
July 31. do. do. 1984 471.96
November 8. do. do. 2216 156.  
do. do. 2217   285.60
1,252.31
1791, December 27. William Hill, attorney, do. 1389 60.  
1792, May 12. do. do. 1752    40.  
100.  
1791, December 30. Abner Neale, clerk, do. 1406 35.  
1792, April 10. do. do. 1674 30.  
May 11. do. do. 1746 40.  
do. do. 1747 15.  
October 9. do. do. 2148    20.  
140.  
 
District of South Carolina.
January 10. To Thomas Bee, Judge, war. No. 1448 450.  
April 7. do. do. 1662 450.  
July 5. do. do. 1902 450.  
October 2. do. do. 2120   450.  
1,800.  
February 25. Isaac Huger, marshal, do. 1562 304.28
August 3. do. do. 1990    88.16
392.44
1791, December 30. Thomas Hall, clerk, do. 1403 168.40
District of Georgia.
1792, January 6. To Nathaniel Pendleton, Judge, war. No. 1440 375.  
July 3. do. do. 1889 750.  
October 2. do. do. 2122   375.  
1,500.  
March 9. Robert Forsyth, marshal, do. 1577 133.62
June 4. do. do. 1818 130.15
October 18. do. do. 2175   231.90
495.67
August 1. Matthew McAllister, attorney, do. 1986 72.  
May 12. Venables Bond, clerk, do. 1755 64.  
Septem. 5. do. do. 2047   55.  
119.  
Jan. 12.
Abrham Legget, for fitting
up a temporary goal,
} War. No.
1456 1,072.34
Edmund Randolph, Attorney General of the United States.
Jan. 4. Warrant No. 1429 for salary 475.  
April 4. do. 1641 for  do. 443.13
July 5. do. 1906 for  do. 434.34
Octob. 3. do. 2124 for  do. 375.  
26. do. 2188 for expenses incurred
attending a circuit court held at York Town in Pennsylvania, by order of the President of the United States    54.  
1,781.47
62,161.54

Legislative Department.

For compensations to the Senators and Members of the House of Representatives, their Officers and Clerks, and for the contingent expenses of both Houses.
Continuation of the First Session of the
Second Congress:
To Samuel A. Otis, to enable him to pay the compensation due to the Senators.
1792, Jan. 5. Warrant No. 1430 4530.  
Feb. 2. do. 1507 4944.  
March 1. do. 1570 4710.  
22. do. 1595 377.40
31. do. 1607 4854.  
April 18. do. 1696 1600.  
May 2. do. 1723 5940.90
9. do. 1730 396.  
23. do. 1790     2.  
27,354.30
Advanced him previously to the last day of December 1791, the expenditure of which was not accounted for in the statement to that period 5,256.  
Advanced him since the first of January 1792  27,354.30
 32,610.30
For which he has accounted by payments to the following Senators, viz.
To Richard Bassett, 766.50
Stephen R. Bradley 1302.  
Aaron Burr 1216.50
Pierce Butler 1151.40
George Cabot 1297.50
Charles Carroll 783.  
Philemon Dickinson 1197.  
Oliver Ellsworth 1173.30
William Few 1475.40
Theodore Foster 1283.10
James Gunn 1370.10
Benjamin Hawkins 1305.90
John Henry 1233.90
Samuel Johnston 1320.60
Ralph Izard 1433.40
Rufus King 1204.50
John Langdon 1228.50
Richard H. Lee 915.  
James Monroe 1262.70
Robert Morris 1188.  
 
George Read 1198.20
Moses Robinson 1246.50
John Rutherford 1050.  
Joseph Stanton, Junior 1278.30
Roger Sherman 1243.50
Caleb Strong 1174.50
Paine Wingate   1311.  
 32,610.30
Second Session of the Second Congress.
To Samuel A. Otis, to enable him to pay the compensation due to the Senators.
1792, Nov. 8. Warrant No. 2219 2,384.40
14. do. 2230 268.80
Decem. 1. do. 2270 3,849.           
6,502.20 *
To William White, Chaplain to the Senate.
May 15. Warrant No. 1760 270.83
To Samuel A. Otis, Secretary of the Senate.
Jan. 2. Warrant No. 1415 375.  
4. do. 1427 1,279.50
April 5. do. 1648 375.  
April 5. do. 1649 1,092.  
May 15. do. 1761 456.  
28. do. 1799 345.  
July 9. do. 1919 375.  
Octob. 4. do. 2134 375.           
4,672.50
To Robert Heysham, principal Clerk to the Secretary of the Senate.
July 26. Warrant No. 1973 159.  
To James Mathers, Door-keeper to the Senate.
March 7. Warrant No. 1575 349.50
July 5. do. 1898 72.80
Octob. 2. do. 2107   125.  
547.30
 
To Cornelius Maxwell, Assistant Door-keeper to the Senate.
July 5. Warrant No. 1899 65.52
To Samuel A. Otis, on account of the Contingent Expenses of the Senate.
Jan. 11. Warrant No. 1454 2500.  
May 23. do. 1786 650.  
Dec. 12. do. 2297   655.50
3,805.50
43,377.15
Continuation of the First Session of the Second Congress.
To Jonathan Trumbull, Speaker of the House of Representatives, to enable him to pay the compensations due to the Members, the Officers and Clerks of said House.
Jan. 17. Warrant No. 1483 12,000.  
Feb. 20. do. 1550 12,000.  
Mar. 19. do. 1585 12,000.  
April 9. do. 1668 12,000.  
May 4. do. 1726 12,000.  
8. do. 1729 12,000.  
From which deduct this sum repaid into the Treasury per warrant on the Speaker in favour of the Treasurer, No. 68 dated May 10, 1792  2,435.67
69,564.33
Advanced him previously to the 31 of December 1791, the expenditure whereof was not accounted for in the statement of that period 24,000.  
Ditto, since January 1st, 1792, 69,564.33
93,564.33
For which he has accounted by the following payments.
To Nicholas Gilman, one of the Members of said house }
1434.  
Samuel Livermore do. 1452.  
Jeremiah Smith do. 1443.  
Fisher Ames do. 1398.  
Sheerjashub Bourne do. 1449.  
Eldridge Gerry do. 1386.  
Benjamin Goodhue do. 1416.  
Theodore Sedgwick do. 1086.  
 
George Thatcher do. 1464.  
Artemas Ward do. 1380.  
Benjamin B. Bourne do. 1378.20
James Hillhouse do. 1170.  
Jonathan Sturges do. 1284.  
Jonathan Trumbull, Speaker 2526.  
Jeremiah Wadsworth, Member 1302.  
Amasa Learned do. 1332.  
Nathaniel Niles do. 1392.  
Israel Smith do. 1344.  
Egbert Benson do. 1224.  
James Gordon do. 1365.  
John Lawrence do. 1245.  
Corne. C. Schoonmaker do. 1161.  
Peter Sylvster do. 1332.  
Thomas Tredwell do. 1272.  
Elias Boudinot do. 1236.  
Abraham Clark do. 1230.  
Jonathan Dayton do. 1182.  
Aaron Kitchell do. 1242.  
Thomas Fitzimmons do. 1188.  
William Findley do. 1275.  
Andrew Gregg do. 1212.  
Thomas Hartley do. 148.  
Daniel Hiester do. 1149.50
Israel Jacobs do. 1197.  
John W. Kittera do. 1047.  
F. A. Muhlenberg do. 1188.  
John Vining do. 1098.  
Philip Key do. 1116.  
William Vans Murray do. 1182.  
John F. Mercer do. 134.  
Joshua Seney do. 1242.  
Upton Sheredine do. 1214.  
Samuel Sterrett do. 1188.  
John Brown do. 1668.  
William B. Giles do. 1368.  
Samuel Griffin do. 1392.  
Richard B. Lee do. 1230.  
James Madison do. 1338.  
Andrew Moore do. 1384.  
John Page do. 1332.  
Josiah Parker do. 1368.  
Abraham Venable do. 1392.  
Alexander White do. 1308.  
John Babtist Ashe do. 1368.  
William B. Grove do. 1488.  
Nathaniel Macon do. 1404.  
John Steele do. 1548.  
Hugh Williamson do. 1452.60
Robert Barnwell do. 1683.  
Daniel Huger do. 1678.40
Wiliam Smith do. 1678.40
Thomas Sumpter do. 1560.  
 
Thomas Tuder Tucker do. 1678.40
Abraham Baldwin do. 1698.  
Anthony Wayne do. 1101.  
Francis Willis do.   1764.  
88,785.50
John Beckley, clerk of the house for his own and clerks compensations 2726.  
J. Wheaton, Sergeant at arms 792.  
G. Dally, Doorkeeper 594.  
T. Claxton, Messenger 396.  
Samuel Blair, Chaplain    270.83
93,564.33
Second Session of the Second Congress.
To Jonathan Trumbull, Speaker of the House of Representatives, to enable him to pay the compensations due to the Members, the Officers and Clerks of said House.
1792, Nov. 8. Warrant No. 2218 12,000.  
Dec. 15. do. 2306 12,000.  
24,000.   *  
To John Beckley, Clerk of the House of Representatives.
Jan. 16. Warrant No. 1476 276.     
July 3. Warrant No. 1894 621.     
19. do. 1963 16.   §  
Octob. 2. do. 2117   375.  
1,288.  
To Gifford Dally, Door-keeper to the House of Representatives.
July 3. Warrant No. 1890 72.80
Octob. 2. do. 2112   125.  
197.80
To Thomas Claxton, Assistant Door-keeper to the House of Representatives.
July 3. Warrant No. 1891 65.52
Octob. 2. do. 2108   112.50
178.02
 
To John Beckley, on account of the Contingent Expenses of the House of Representatives.
1791, Dec. 23. Warrant No. 1373 2000.  
1792, Feb. 3. do. 1511 1300.  
March 6. do. 1572 138.58
April 18. do. 1695 1500.  
June 21. do. 1848 561.42
22. do. 1852   700.  
 6,200.  
101,428.15
144,805.30

Treasury Department.

For the Salaries of the Officers, the Clerks and Messengers, and for the contingent expenses of the Department.
To Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury, his Assistant, Clerks and Messenger.
Jan. 2. Warrant No. 1409 2,714.11
April 2. do. 1614 2,705.63
May 28. do. 1801 160.72
July 2. do. 1881 2,375.94
Octob. 2. do. 2103  2,300.  
10,256.40
To Oliver Wolcott, Jun. Comptroller of the Treasury, his Clerks and Messenger.
Jan. 3. Warrant No. 1410 1,951.08
April 2. do. 1613 1,853.84
May 31. do. 1813 16.48
July 2. do. 1882 1,792.30
Octob. 1. do. 2096  1,850.  
7,463.70
Sept. 28. To Edward Rutledge Administrator, to the estate of Nicholas Eveleigh, late Comptroller of the Treasury, deceased; warrant No. 2076   105.49
7,569.19
To Richard Harrison, Auditor of the Treasury, his Clerks and Messenger.
Jan. 2. Warrant No. 1411 2,047.87
April 2. do. 1618 2,559.79
17. do. 1693 21.97
July 2. do. 1883 2,640.85
Octob. 2. do. 2104  2,608.58
9,879.06
 
To Samuel Meredith, Treasurer of the United States, and his Clerks.
Jan. 4. Warrant No. 1428 775.  
April 4. do. 1637 775.  
July 5. do. 1897 834.34
Octob. 3. do. 2123   775.  
3,159.34
To Tench Coxe, Commissioner of the Revenue and his Clerks.
July 7. Warrant No. 1918 459.59
To Joseph Nourse, Register of the Treasury, his Clerks and Messengers.
Jan. 5. Warrant No. 1412 3,522.53
April 3. do. 1627 4,054.28
July 3. do. 1892 4,283.57
Oct. 2. do. 2102 4,500.  
16,360.38
To David Henley and Isaac Sherman, Clerks employed to count bills of credit of the old and new emissions, and indents of interest.
Jan. 5. Warrant No. 1435 125.  
do. 1436 125.  
April 3. do. 1629 125.  
3. do. 1630 125.  
July 2. do. 1886 125.  
do. 1887 125.  
Oct. 2. do. 2109 125.  
do. 2110   125.  
1,000.  
For the Contingent Expenses of the Treasury Department.
1791, Dec. 26. To Joseph Nourse, Register, war. No. 1378 535.36
1792, Jan. 10. do. do. 1444 1,200.  
18. Henry Kuhl, do. 1487 100.  
Feb. 7. Joseph Nourse, Register, do. 1523 2,264.63
Mar. 19. do. do. 1584 1,500.  
21. Samuel Meredith, Treasur. do. 1592 350.  
April 9. Joseph Nourse, Register, do. 1670 1,000.  
May 21. do. do. 1788 600.  
31. do. do. 1809 1,355.61
June 30. Samuel Meredith, Treasur. do. 1868 100.  
July 27. Joseph Nourse, Register, do. 1975 773.34
Aug. 17. do. do. 2013 1,000.  
Sept. 29. Samuel Meredith, Treasurer do. 2095 38.03
 
Nov. 7. Joseph Nourse, Register, do. 2214 800.  
23. do. do. 2251 220.  
Dec. 31. Samuel Meredith, treasurer do. 2346   158.97
11,995.94
60,679.90

Department of State.

To Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State, for his own, his Clerks and Messengers salaries, and the rent of his Office.
Jan. 2. Warrant No. 1417 1,639.74
April 4. do. 1636 1,621.67
July 2. do. 1888 1,618.92
Octob. 2. do. 2105  1,621.67
6,502.  
For the Contingent Expenses of his Office.
Feb. 1. Warrant No. 1506 354.45
Mar. 10. do. 1578 250.  
April 19. do. 1699 500.  
July 30. do. 1934   491.16
1,595.61
8,097.61
Department of War.
To Henry Knox, Secretary at War, for his own, the Clerks of his Office and Messenger’s salaries.
1792, Jan. 2. Warrant No. 1414 1,840.28
April 3. do. 1628 1,738.18
July 6. do. 1912 1,794.23
Octob. 1. do. 2099  1,762.50
7,135.19
To Joseph Howell, Accountant to the Department of War, for his own and Clerks salaries, and the Contingent Expenses of his Office.
July 7. Warrant No. 1916 601.11
Oct. 11. do. 2155   625.  
1,226.11
 
To Joseph Howell, for the salaries of sundry Clerks employed in arranging the accounts of the late Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army accounts, and for sundry contingent expenses relative thereto.
Jan. 16. Warrant No. 1477 137.86
April 16. do. 1690 271.09
July 6. do. 1907 191.49
Octob. 6. do. 2143   229.16
  829.60
9,190.90
To William Irvine, John Kean and Woodbury Lang Don, Commissioners for Adjusting the Accounts Between the United States and Individual States, for their own, their Clerks and Messengers Salaries, and the Contingent Expenses of their Office.
Jan. 3. Warrant No. 1420 2,572.28
April 4. do. 1631 2,530.57
July 5. do. 1896 2,430.06
Aug. 14. do. 2009 1,491.84
Octob. 2. do. 2111  3,075.  
12,099.75
For the Contingent Expenses of the Office.
1792, Jan. 18. Warrant No. 1486 200.  
April 14. do. 1686 150.  
Sept. 17. do. 2058 200.  
Oct. 31. do. 2197   150.  
700.  
12,799.75
To Tristram Dalton, Treasurer of the Mint, for the Use of that Establishment.
July 18. Warrant No. 1956 5,000.  
August 6. do. 1995  2,000.  
7,000.  

Government of the Western Territories.

District North West of the River Ohio.
For the compensations of the Governor, the Judges and the Secretary of the North western Territory.
1792, Jan. 10. To Arthur St. Clair, Gov. War. No. 1450 500.  
May 9. do. 1734 500.  
July 17. do. 1950 500.  
Octob. 2. do. 2116   500.  
2,000.  
 
Jan. 7. George Turner, one of the Judges, 1442 200.  
April 5. do. 1647 200.  
July 5. do. 1903 200.  
Octob. 2. do. 2113   200.  
800.  
1791, Nov. 28. John Cleves Symmes, one of the Judges, War. No. 1360 400.  
1792, May 23. do. 1789   200.  
600.  
Jan. 30. Cromwell Childs, administrator to the estate of James M. Varnum, late one of the Judges deceased, Warrant No. 1502 22.22
April 13. Rufus Putnam, one of the Judges, 1682 600.  
July 5. do. do. 1901   200.  
800.  
Nov. 20. Winthrop Sargent, Secretary, do. 2239 750.  
District South of the River Ohio.
For the compensation of the Governor, the Judges, the Secretary, and the contingent expenses of the Governor’s Office.
1792, Jan. 4. To William Blount, Governor, War. No. 1423 500.  
April 4. do. do. 1640 500.  
July 9. do. do. 1921 500.  
Oct. 3. do. do. 2125   500.  
2,000.  
Jan. 5. Joseph Anderson, one of the Judges, 1437 200.  
April 6. do. do. 1656 200.  
July 6. do. do. 1908 200.  
Oct. 2. do. do. 2115   200.  
800.  
Jan. 10. David Campbell, one of the Judges, 1449 200.  
April 7. do. do. 1664 200.  
July 13. do. do. 1935 200.  
Octob. 3. do. do. 2132   200.  
800.  
April 4. John McNairy, one of the Judges, 1623 400.  
July 9. do. do. 1923 200.  
Octob. 3. do. do. 2128   200.  
800.  
Jan. 4. Daniel Smith, Secretary, do. 1424 187.50
April 4. do. do. 1638 187.50
July 9. do. do. 1920 187.50
Octob. 3. do. do. 2126   187.50
750.  
Jan. 27
The Governor, for the contingent expenses of his Office. } do.
1501 125.90
April 6. do. do. 1653   100.  
225.90
10,348.12
 
To the commissioners of loans, for their own, and clerks salaries, and for the authorized contingent expenses of their several offices.
Jan. 30. William Gardner, for N. Hampshire, 1504 320.97
Feb. 18. do. 1547   664.13
985.10
Feb 2. Nathaniel Appleton, for Massachusetts, 1508 1963.61
May 19. do. 1776 1054.26
May 19. do. 1777 375.  
June 6. do. 1826 375.  
Aug. 9. do. 2005 375.  
Oct. 17. do. 2169   375.  
4.517.87
Jan. 12. Jabez Bowen, for Rhode Island, No. 1455 150.  
April 11. do. 1676 150.  
June 6. do. 1823 1018.89
June 14. do. 1938 150.  
Dec. 13. do. 2300   150.  
1,618.89
March 7. William Imlay, for Connecticut, 1576 250.  
April 2. do. 1625 379.08
April 2. do. 1626 993.50
June 8. do. 1835 250.  
July 25. do. 1969 250.  
Oct. 23. do. 2182   250.  
2,372.58
Jan. 2. John Cochran, for New York, 1413 375.  
April 2. do. 1620 375.  
June 21. do. 1854 207.88
June 25. do. 1855 250.  
June 25. do. 1856 69.44
June 29. do. 1861 4000.  
July 2. do. 1884 375.  
Octob. 1. do. 2100   375.  
6,027.32
Feb. 15. James Ewing, for New Jersey, 1542 350.  
Feb 18. do. 1548 112.02
do. 1549 164.33
April 28. do. 1713 175.  
June 7. do. 1828 510.83
August 3. do. 1989 175.  
Nov. 2. do. 2206   175.  
1,662.18
Jan. 11. Thomas Smith, for Pennsylvania, 1453 375.  
April 5. do. 1645 375.  
April 7. do. 1660 791.66
April 7. do. 1661 541.66
April 23. do. 1705 1172.03
May 19. do. 1769 687.50
July 10. do. 1926 375.  
Octob. 3. do. 2130   375.  
4,692.85
 
Feb. 25. James Tilton, for Delaware, 1561 218.67
Feb 27. do. 1564 150.  
April 9. do. 1669 150.  
July 17. do. 1954 150.  
Oct. 1. do. 2101   150.  
818.67
May 30. John Hopkins, for Virginia, 1803 2269.88
do. 1804 1223.88
May 30. do. 1806 375.  
July 30. do. 1982 375.  
Oct. 16. do. 2167   375.  
4,617.99
Jan. 5. William Skinner, for North Carolina, 1431 250.  
April 4. do. 1639 250.  
May 30. do. 1807 2125.  
July 9. do. 1922 250.  
Oct. 3. do. 2127   250.  
3,125.  
Jan. 30. John Neufville, for South Carolina, 1505 250.  
April 7. do. 1663 250.  
July 6. do. 1911 250.  
Oct. 2. do. 2121   250.  
1,000.  
Jan. 16. Richard Willy, for Georgia, 1475 167.09
Feb. 16. do. 1544 175.  
April 13. do. 1683 175.  
July 10. do. 1925 175.  
Oct. 11. do. 2153 91.20
Oct. 23. do. 2181   175.  
958.29
32,396.74
For pensions annuities and grants allowed by sundry acts of congress.
To John Jordon, per act of Sept. 15, 1783.9
Jan. 4. Warrant No. 1426 10.  
April 4. do. 1635 10.  
July 25. do. 1971 10.  
Oct. 2. do. 2106    10.  
40.  
To John Paulding, per act of November 30, 1780.10
Jan. 5. Warrant No. 1432 100.  
May 31. do. 1812 100.  
Nov. 21. do. 2243   100.  
300.  
 
To Frederick William de Steuben, per act of June 4, 1790.11
Jan. 7. Warrant No. 1441 625.  
April 7. do. 1665 625.  
July 11. do. 1930 625.  
Octob. 2. do. 2114   625.  
2,500.  
To Dominique l’Eglize, per act of August 8, 1782.12
Jan. 20. Warrant No. 1493 30.  
April 11. do. 1675 30.  
July 16. do. 1944 30.  
Oct. 9. do. 2150    30.  
120.  
To James McKenzie, per act of September 15, 1783.13
Feb. 15. Warrant No. 1538 10.  
Dec. 7. do. 2287    30.  
40.  
To Elizabeth Bergen, per act of August 24, 1781.14
Feb. 15. Warrant No. 1543 13.33
May 19. do. 1774 13.33
July 27. do. 1976 13.33
Nov. 5. do. 2210    13.33
53.32
To Joseph Traversie, per act of August 8, 1782.15
Feb. 18. Warrant No. 1546 60.  
Aug. 14. do. 2010 60.  
Octob. 17. do. 2168    30.  
150.  
To David Williams, per act of November 3, 1780.16
Mar. 30. Warrant No. 1602 200.  
To Joseph Brussells, per act of September 15, 1783.17
April 30. Warrant No. 1717 20.  
 
To Lieutenant Colonel de Touzard, per act of the 27 of October 1778.18
May 11. Warrant No. 1743 900.  
Aug. 29. do. 2036   180.  
1,080.  
To Isaac Van Wart, per act of November 3, 1780.19
June 19. Warrant No. 1847 200.  
To John Warren, Guardian to the youngest children of the late Major General Joseph Warren, per act of the first of July 1780.20
July 14. Warrant No. 1937 450.  
To Richard Gridley, per acts of the 17 November 1775, and the 26 Feb. 1781.21
July 16. Warrant No. 1946  444.40
  5,597.72
380,917.58

Payments on Account of the War Department.

To Joseph Howell, for the use of the Department of War.
1792, Jan. 16. Warrant No. 1468 6,000.  
Jan. 27. do. 1499 6,000.  
Feb. 13. do. 1530 6,000.  
Feb. 17. do. 1545 6,000.  
Feb. 21. do. 1554 12,000.  
Feb. 27. do. 1565 6,000.  
Feb. 29. do. 1567 12,000.  
Mar. 13. do. 1580 12,000.  
Mar. 16. do. 1583 20,000.  
Mar. 28. do. 1599 20,000.  
April 5. do. 1650 20,000.  
April 14. do. 1685 10,000.  
April 16. do. 1691 10,000.  
April 23. do. 1708 10,000.  
April 24. do. 1711 7,000.  
May 4. do. 1725 10,000.  
Oct. 10. do. 2152 *156,595.56
329,595.56
 
1791, Sept. 20. 20,026.23 Dec. 1, 10,203.  
21. 2,500.   50,000.  
23. 5,000.   2. 6,000.  
26. 12,466.33 7. 3,000.  
Oct. 4. 5,000.   10,000.  
27. 5,000.   23. 5,000.  
Nov. 12. 6,000.   1792, Jan. 3. 6,000.  
19. 4,000.          
25. 6,400.   156,595.56
To Samuel Meredith, on account of the pay of the army, the subsistence and forage of Officers, the bounties to Soldiers, the expenses of the recruiting service, and the incidental and contingent expenses of the Department of War.
1792, May 12. Warrant No. 1750 20,000.  
18. do. 1768 2,000.  
21. do. 1779 20,000.  
26. do. 1796 20,000.  
June 4. do. 1816 20,000.  
19. do. 1844 20,000.  
July 10. do. 1924 10,000.  
19. do. 1960 20,000.  
August 4. do. 1993 20,000.  
11. do. 2007 10,000.  
18. do. 2019 46,000.  
Sept. 4. do. 2042 2,000.  
do. 2043 1,000.  
8. do. 2050 2,000.  
19. do. 2064 1,500.  
do. 2065 500.  
21. do. 2068 2,000.  
Oct. 1. do. 2097 2,500.  
do. 2098 500.  
5. do. 2138 3,000.  
do. 2139 1,000.  
13. do. 2162 10,000.  
do. 2163 2,000.  
Nov. 1. do. 2199 6,362.  
13. do. 2227 8,000.  
do. 2228 2,000.  
24. do. 2254 5,500.  
do. 2255 1,500.  
Dec. 1. do. 2271 1,500.  
do. 2272 1,500.  
3. do. 2277 6,000.  
8. do. 2288 34,878.  
303,240.  
 
To James O Hara, Quarter-Master General for the Army, for the use of his Department.
May 11. Warrant No. 1742 25,000.  
12. do. 1749 30,000.  
Aug. 29. do. 2034 10,000.  
Sept. 4. do. 2046 4,000.  
Octob. 10. do. 2151 2,000.  
25. do. 2186 1,000.  
29. do. 2190 35,000.  
Nov. 23. do. 2250 1,000.  
24. do. 2253 1,500.  
Dec. 20. do. 2314 8,090.67
117,590.67
To Thomas Harwood, as Agent for the late Maryland line, for the purpose of enabling him to discharge a balance of pay due to the non commissioned Officers and privates of said line.
June 5. Warrant No. 1820 9,678.85
6. do. 1824   406.66
10,085.51
To William Blount, Governor of the Territory South of the Ohio for the use of the Department of War, within the said Territory.
1792, Oct. 18. Warrant No. 2172 5,000.  
Nov. 20. do. 2240 6,000.  
11,000.  
To Sundry Contractors, for supplies of different kinds furnished for the use of the Army.
William Hill, for clothing.
Jan. 19. Warrant No. 1490 21,000.  
20. do. 1491   653.14
21,653.14
Thomas Billington and Charles Young, for clothing.
Mar. 28. Warrant No. 1601 5,900.  
April 2. do. 1616 5,000.  
7. do. 1659 5,000.  
21. do. 1702 5,000.  
24. do. 1710 5,000.  
May 4. do. 1724 5,000.  
17. do. 1765 9,192.93
18. do. 1767 3,000.  
28. do. 1797 3,000.  
June 7. do. 1830 4,000.  
19. do. 1840 10,000.  
 
July 2. do. 1880 4,236.33
12. do. 1933 5,000.  
Aug. 4. do. 1992 5,000.  
Sept. 3. do. 2040 9,000.  
Oct. 22. do. 2179 4,500.  
Nov. 1. do. 2202 128.46
6. do. 2213 705.11
Dec. 8. do. 2291 2,000.  
90,662.83
William Young, for Boots
April 12. Warrant No. 1681 600.  
May 9. do. 1731 1,000.  
June 18. do. 1843 789.33
Sept. 12. do. 2054   298.66
2,687.99
John Shepherd and Robert Smith, for clothing.
April 17. Warrant No. 1694 8,000.  
30. do. 1718 2,939.30
May 2. do. 1720 33.79
9. do. 1732 13,387.44
9 do. 1733 2,554.59
26,915.12
Peter Nagle and Philip Zieber, for Hats.
April 19. Warrant No. 1698 450.  
May 17. do. 1764 1,155.  
June 19. do. 1845 800.  
July 19. do. 1959 400.  
Aug. 22. do. 2026   654.06
3,459.06
Nathaniel Beach and Abiel Canfield, for shoes.
April 30. Warrant No. 1716 3,455.  
Aug. 8. do. 2000 7,980.92
9. do. 2004 3,681.38
15,117.30
Robert Elliott and Elie Williams, for supplies furnished on the western frontiers.
Jan. 17. Warrant No. 1484 10,000.  
Mar. 24. do. 1598 10,000.  
April 2. do. 1615 20,000.  
21. do. 1703 20,000.  
May 4. do. 1727 5,000.  
July 11. do. 1928 5,000.  
Aug. 27. do. 2029 10,000.  
 
Oct. 9. do. 2147 2,760.67
12. do. 2157 20,000.  
25. do. 2185 4,000.  
Nov. 1. do. 2198 20,000.  
126,760.67
Melancton Smith, for supplies furnished in the state of New-York.
Feb. 7. Warrant No. 1526 795.29
24. do. 1559 138.69
29. do. 1568 122.07
Mar. 7. do. 1574 559.23
19. do. 1586 29.88
April 4. do. 1633 125.21
21. do. 1701 149.43
May 28. do. 1798 161.40
June 12. do. 1837 169.95
July 23. do. 1965 396.95
Aug. 18. do. 2020 154.85
Sept. 21. do. 2072 125.49
Oct. 17. do. 2171 128.72
20. do. 2176   268.86
3,326.02
Chauncey Whittelsey, for supplies furnished at Middletown in Connecticut.
July 7. Warrant No. 1915 1103.60
Oct. 22. do. 2178   879.44
1,983.04
Daniel Hale, for supplies furnished at Albany.
Aug. 21. Warrant No. 2008 905.19
Sept. 29. do. 2164   169.79
1,074.98
John Habersham, for supplies furnished in Georgia.
Aug. 21. Warrant No. 2024 3.74
Sept. 29. do. 2085 2,110.57
2,114.31
James Roberts, for supplies furnished at Richmond in Virginia.
Aug. 30. Warrant No. 2039 552.30
Nov. 3. do. 2209   354.04
906.34
 
Jacob Dickert, Peter Gonter and John Groff, for Rifle Guns.
Sept. 12. Warrant No. 2055 1,200.  
Oct. 18. do. 2173 1,200.  
Nov. 26. do. 2260   804.  
3,204.  
Clement Biddle, for supplies furnished in Philadelphia.
Oct. 12. Warrant No. 2159 114.13
Nov. 20. do. 2241   997.87
1,112.  
John G. Mayer, for supplies furnished in South-Carolina.
Mar. 6. Warrant No. 1573 1,711.28
May 17. do. 1766   117.14
1,828.42
Tench Francis, Agent for procuring certain supplies.
Sept. 12. Warrant No. 2052 600.  
Dec. 1. do. 2269 1,000.  
20. do. 2315 1,000.  
2,600.  
1792, April 2. To Stephen Bruce, for supplies furnished at Boston, Warrant No. 1617 1,163.38
17. William Smith, for do. at Springfield 1692 647.89
May 5. Charles McClure, one of the executors of James Smith, deceased, for supplies furnished at Carlisle, 1728 3,670.65
9. Squire Grant, for do. at Louisville 1735 46.12
9. Elijah Craig, for do. at Lexington 1736 69.58
June 5. Robert Seagrove and co. for do. in Georgia 1821 4,206.88
Speirs McLeod and co. for do. in do. 1822 3,151.25
7. Abraham Hunt, for Horses 1914 529.81
18. Elias B. Dayton, for supplies furnished in New Jersey 1957 170.76
Aug. 4. Robert Trout and James Tylee, for inspecting shoes 1991 107.61
8. Stephen Hays, for packing shoes 2002 6.40
Jonathan Andress, for boxes, for do. 2003 79.69
Sept. 6. Samuel Hodgdon, Commissary of military stores, to be applied in paying for sundry articles of ordnance and ordnance stores, 2048 1,148.58
17. Jacob Welshans, for rifle guns, 2059 72.  
William Dean, for levelling instruments 2060 36.  
21. Samuel Hodgdon, late Quarter master general of the army, for expenditures which were incurred in his late department 2069 2,200.  
 
Godlove Heiskell, for supplies furnished at Fredericksburg in Virginia 2070 487.40
Oct. 12. William Allen, for horsemens swords 2158 400.  
24. Samuel Hewett, for supplies furnished at Elkton 2184 162.85
Abraham Millan, for do. at Bridgetown 2193 48.86
Nov. 3. Matthew Harvey, for do. at Fincastle 2208 517.36
8. Alexander Scott, for do. at Lancaster 2215 668.47
10. Alexander Humphreys, for do. at Staunton 2222 385.71
Benjamin Conner, for do. at Exeter 2223 387.57
26. Adam Anstate, for rifle guns 2256 204.  
John McIntire, for rations issued to the militia of Ohio county in Virginia 2257 318.64
27. John Nicholson, for rifle guns 2262 312.  
30. John Miller Junior, for inspecting clothing 2268 200.  
Dec. 5. Gabriel Blakeny, for rations to militia of Washington county in Pennsylvania 2282 947.84
8. Solomon Maxwell, for supplies furnished in the state of Delaware 2289 250.60
15. Clement Biddle, for rations issued by the state of Pennsylvania, to the militia raised for the protection of its frontiers 2308 1447.93
18. John Stewart, for supplies furnished to the riflemen raised in Virginia 2311 1,753.06
21. Aron Robinson, for supplies furnished at Bennington 2316      322.62
1,103,038.47
Indian department.
1792, Feb. 3. To William Blount, Governor of the territory south of the Ohio for sundry expenditures at a treaty held with the Cherokee nation in July 1791; War. No. 1510 528.63
May 11. Elijah Craig, for rations issued to Indian prisoners   War. No. 1744 43.  
Sept. 4. Tench Francis, agent for procuring certain Indian supplies, 2044   6,000.  
25. do. 2073   3,000.  
Nov. 13. do. 2226   2,000.  
11,000.
21. Clement Biddle, for supplies furnished to Joseph Brandt, chief of the six nations of Indians; War. No. 2244 466.33
26. Israel Chapin, deputy temporary agent to the five nations of Indians, for expenses incurred by him on account of the said Indians; War. No. 2258 27.33
James B. Smith, for three large wampum belts   War. No. 2259 43.  
Dec. 4. James Seagrove, agent for Indian affairs in the southern department, on account of certain incidental and contingent expenses of the department of War War. No. 2278 900.  
13. Nicholas Hoffman, for the purpose of purchasing certain Indian supplies, War. No. 2299  640.56
  13,648.85
1,116,687.32
From this deduct, the amount of repayments into the Treasury, by the following persons being so much unexpended of monies previously advanced to them, for the use of the department of war.
By Abraham Hunt, agent for purchasing horses for the army, on warrant No. 75, in favor of the Treasurer 32.  
By Henry Knox, Secretary at War, on warrant No. 83, in favour of the Treasurer 2,304.38
   2,336.38
1,114,350.94
To the following agents for paying pensions due to military invalids.
State of New-Hampshire.
1792, Feb. 6. Wm. Gardner, War. No. 1515 1,688.  
Aug. 1. Joseph Whipple, do. 1987 3,683.91
Sept. 25. Wm. Gardner, do. 2087 2,010.  
7,381.91
State of Massachusetts.
Feb. 6. Nathaniel Appleton, War. No. 1516 6,205.  
May 2. Benjamin Lincoln 1722 11,303.79
Aug. 27. Nathaniel Appleton 2032 7,000.  
24,508.79
State of Rhode Island.
Feb. 6. Jabez Bowen, War. No. 1517 1465.  
Aug. 27. do. do. 2031  1,492.  
2,957.  
State of Connecticut.
Jan. 23. Jedediah Huntington, War. No. 1491 7,171.60
Feb. 6. Wm. Imlay, do. 1518 3,896.  
Sept. 29. do. do. 2092 700.  
Nov. 14. Jedediah Huntington 2229 57.12
16. William Imlay, do. 2233 2,000.  
Dec. 7. do. do. 2284  1,500.  
15,324.72
 
State of Vermont.
Aug. 17. Noah Smith War. No. 2016 250.  
State of New-York.
Feb. 14. John Cochran; War. No. 1533 8,140.  
Aug. 27. do. do. 2033 8,150.  
Nov. 1. John Lamb, do. 2205   498.54
16,788.54
State of New-Jersey.
Feb. 14 James Ewing; War. No. 1534 2,130.  
Aug. 17. do. do. 2017  2,130.  
4,260.  
State of Pennsylvania.
Feb. 14. Thomas Smith; War. No. 1535 8,273.  
Sept. 4. do. do. 2045  8,272.  
16,545.  
State of Delaware.
Feb. 14. James Tilton; War. No. 1536 920.  
Aug. 17. do. do. 2018   920.  
1,840.  
State of Maryland.
Feb. 6. Th. Harwood; War. No. 1519 2,070.  
Sept. 29. do. do. 2093 1,150.  
Nov. 21. Otho H. Williams, 2246 1,603.79
Dec. 10. The state of Maryland, 2294  2,343.63
8,167.42
State of Virginia.
Feb. 6. John Hopkins; War. No. 1520 4,702.  
Nov. 1. do. do. 2204 400.  
22. do. do. 2249 2,750.  
Dec. 6. do. do. 2283 400.  
15. do. do. 2303  1,150.  
9,402.  
State of North-Carolina.
1791, Aug. 4. Wm. Skinner; War. No. 1218 443.  
 
State of Georgia.
1792, Feb. 14. Richard Wylly; War. No. 1537 338.  
Sept. 29. do. do. 2086 510.  
Dec. 31. do. do. 2340   526.77
1,374.77
109,243.15
1,223,594.09
Ministers, &c. of the United States at Foreign Courts.
For the support of Ministers of the United States at Foreign Courts, pursuant to the act, entitled “An act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and Foreign nations.22
Jan. 27. To Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of state, War. No. 1497 40,000.  
do. do. 1498 38,766.67
78,766.67
Revenue cutters. certain debts contracted by colonel timothy pickering. towards building and equipping revenue cutters.
1792, Mar. 16: To Jacob S. Howell, for sundry articles of ship chandlery purchased for the use of the Cutter at Washington in North-Carolina; war. No. 1582 53.02
Towards discharging certain debts contracted by colonel Timothy Pickering, late Quarter Master General; for services performed and supplies furnished in the Quarter Masters department, under the direction of the said T. Pickering.
April 6. To David Hobby, Warrant No. 1651 528.29
14. Hendrick Wyckoff, do. 1687 300.  
Wyckoff and Currie, do. 1688 62.48
June 30. Martin Post, late guide to the army, do. 1865 550.55
July 11. John Buchanan, do. 1929 174.50
14. Leonard D. Nicoll, do. 1939 464.36
Elijah Hunter, assignee of
Gilbert Deane.
1940 63.50
16.
John Wright, assignee of
Lynde Catlin, Attorney
for Jonathan Heart,
}
1943 75.25
17.
Peter Anspach, late assistant
quarter master, under
Timothy Pickering,
}
1952 387.25
2,606.18
Interest on the domestic debt.
For discharging the Interest which became due on the different species of stock standing on the books of the several Commissioners of Loans, and the funded and unfunded registered debt, on the books of the Treasury.
To William Gardner, Commissioner for the state of New-Hampshire.
1792, Feb. 3. Warrant No. 1513 3,800.  
May 22. do. 1783 2,000.  
June 30. do. 1869 2,200.  
Aug. 29. do. 2035 4,450.  
Sept. 29. do. 2091 1,000.  
Nov. 20. do. 2238  5,050.  
18,500.  
To Nathaniel Appleton, Commissioner for Massachusetts.
Mar. 14. Warrant No. 1581 40,000.  
30. do. 1612 900.  
May 28. do. 1800 6,900.  
June 30. do. 1872 50,400.  
do. 1877 45,000.  
Sept. 29. do. 2089 20,000.  
do. 2094 65,000.  
Dec. 15. do. 2305 3,000.  
31. do. 2341 62,000.  
293,200.  
To Jabez Bowen, Commissioner for Rhode-Island.
Mar. 30. Warrant No. 1611 5,500.  
June 30. do. 1875 6,500.  
Sept. 18. do. 2061 3,200.  
do. 2062 3,000.  
Dec. 31. do. 2343 6,000.  
do. 2344 6,000.  
30,200.  
To William Imlay, Commissioner for Connecticut.
Jan. 16. Warrant No. 1470 9,400.  
Mar. 20. do. 1589 7,100.  
30. do. 1609 14,000.  
May 22. do. 1781 2,000.  
June 30. do. 1874 800.  
Sept. 29. do. 2088 13,950.  
Nov. 16. do. 2232 4,750.  
Dec. 7. do. 2285 1,500.  
31. do. 2345 4,050.  
57,550.  
 
To John Cochran, Commissioner for New-York.
Jan. 9. Warrant No. 1443 16,830.97
Mar. 30. do. 1608 84,000.  
April 28. do. 1714 30,000.  
June 21. do. 1851 80,000.  
25. do. 1858 30,000.  
Sept. 27. do. 2075 90,000.  
28. do. 2082 10,000.  
Dec. 24. do. 2322 93,000.  
433,830.97
To James Ewing, Commissioner for New-Jersey.
Mar. 22. Warrant No. 1594 8,250.  
June 21. do. 1850 8,500.  
Sept. 12. do. 2053 8,200.  
Dec. 3. do. 2276  4,000.  
28,950.  
To Thomas Smith, Commissioner for Pennsylvania.
Mar. 31. Warrant No. 1606 42,829.17
June 30. do. 1863 31,846.85
Sept. 28. do. 2079 27,731.08
Dec. 29. do. 2326 25,402.83
127,809.93
To James Tilton, Commissioner for Delaware.
Mar. 22. Warrant No. 1593 2,450.  
June 21. do. 1849  2,100.  
4,550.  
To Thomas Harwood, Commissioner for Maryland.
Feb. 2. Warrant No. 1509 1,800.  
Mar. 20. do. 1590 5,000.  
30. do. 1610 21,200.  
June 30. do. 1876 4,000.  
Sept. 29. do. 2090 9,800.  
Nov. 3. do. 2207 7,000.  
Dec. 26. do. 2323 11,000.  
59,800.  
To John Hopkins, Commissioner for Virginia.
Feb. 3. Warrant No. 1514 500.  
20. do. 1552 10.38
Mar. 20. do. 1591 9,100.  
24. do. 1596 10,000.  
30. do. 1612 8,000.  
 
May 14. do. 1758 23.58
22. do. 1782 4,800.  
do. 1784 8,000.  
June 30. do. 1870 2,400.  
July 28. do. 1978 3,400.  
do. 1979 3,000.  
Aug. 17. do. 2014 1,000.  
do. 2015 450.  
Nov. 1. do. 2203 3,600.  
5. do. 2211 1,200.  
Nov. 20. do. 2236 1,250.  
do. 2237 1,800.  
22. do. 2248 7,350.  
Dec. 15. do. 2304  750.  
66,633.96
To William Skinner, Commissioner for North-Carolina.
Feb. 25. Warrant No. 1563 500.  
July 31. do. 1983 600.  
Aug. 29. do. 2037 4,000.  
5,100.  
To John Neufville, Commissioner for South-Carolina.
June 30. Warrant No. 1871 8,700.  
July 17. do. 1947 2,500.  
Aug. 27. do. 2030 19,250.  
Sept. 20. do. 2067 18,500.  
48,950.  
To Richard Wylly, Commissioner for Georgia.
Jan. 17. Warrant No. 1480 200.  
June 15. do. 1840 310.34
do. 1841 1,000.  
30. do. 1873 400.  
Aug. 23. do. 2028 850.  
Nov. 19. do. 2235 1,300.  
4,060.34
1,179,135.20
For the interest payable at the treasury.
On the Funded Debt.
1791, Oct. 26. To George Lewis, War. No. 1331 77.84
1792, Mar. 30.
John Kean, cashier of
the Bank of the
U. States,
}
do. 1603 165,293.07
June 30. do. do. 1866 238,539.53
 
Sept. 28. do. do. 2080 2,966.84
do. do. 2081 273,079.50
Dec. 31. do. do. 2333 304,303.27
984,260.05
On the Unfunded registered debt.
1792, Jan. 2.
To Tench Francis, cashier
of the bank of
North America.
}
War. No. 1416 55,714.63
May 24.
John Kean, cashier,
of the bank of the
U. States.
}
do. 1792 60,000.  
June 30. T. Francis, cashier, &c. do. 1878 59,914.44
July 2. John Kean, cashier, &c. do. 1885 10,000.  
19. do. do. 1061 8,000.  
193,629.07
For discharging Unclaimed dividends.
Feb. 10.
To John Kean, cashier of
the bank of the
U. States,
}
W. No. 1527 225.33
20. do. do. 1553 742.13
22. do. do. 1558 408.36
Mar. 16. do. do. 1569 185.94
April 16. do. do. 1689 162.50
May 2. do. do. 1721 1,267.12
12. do. do. 1751 5.08
16. do. do. 1762 886.33
19. do. do. 1770 122.30
22. do. do. 1780 1,607.21
24. do. do. 1791 851.96
do. do. 1793 6.96
31. do. do. 1808 125.15
do. do. 1810 4.97
July 18. do. do. 1958 57.78
23. do. do. 1967 10.55
Aug. 6. do. do. 1994 774.66
7. do. do. 1997 3.77
18. do. do. 2021 659.73
30. do. do. 2038 1,084.77
Sept. 11. do. do. 2051 3,194.82
20. do. do. 2066 86.52
Nov. 29. do. do. 2265 2,671.99
Dec. 3. do. do. 2274 90.10
do. do. 2275 32.66
5. do. do. 2281 770.17
12. do. do. 2298  548.10
16,586.96
1,194,476.08
2,373,611.28
For Paying Bills of Exchange Drawn on the Late Commissioners at Paris,
in Discharge of Interest Due on Loan Office Certificates.
1792, April 6. To Benjamin Goodhue, War. No. 1652 84.  
9. Fisher Ames, do. 1672 36.  
May 10. Joseph Nourse, assignee
of T. Tredwell,
do. 1741 48.  
July 12.
Cornelius Ten Broek,
Executor to the estate
of Jacques
Voorhese,
}
do. 1932 90.  
23. John Wilcocks, agent
for R. Colston,
do. 1966 132.  
Sept. 14. Jonathan Williams, Junior do. 2056 12.  
28. William Bell, do. 2077 168.  
Oct. 12. John Templeman, do. 2161   12.  
582.  
For the Support of Light Houses, Beacons, Buoys and Public Piers.
Aug: 1. To Joseph Whipple, superintendent of the Light House, on the Island of New Castle, in the state of New Hampshire, War No. 1985 728.21
Nov. 20. Benjamin Lincoln, superintendent of the Light Houses in the state of Massachusetts, War. No. 2242 9,617.96
Dec. 31. William Ellery, superintendent of the Light House on James Town Island, in the state of Rhode Island, War. No. 2342 754.58
Nov. 21. Jedediah Huntington, superintendent of the Light House at New-London, in the state of Connecticut, War. No. 2245 1,093.21
Thomas Randall, superintendent of the Light House at Sandy Hook, in the state of New-York.
Feb. 7. Warrant No. 1524 212.70
April 18. do. 1697 181.12
July 23. do. 1968 614.38
Oct. 29. do. 2191   231.86
1,240.06
William Allibone, superintendent of the Light House at Cape Henlopen, and of the Beacons, Buoys and Public piers in the Bay and river Delaware.
1792, Feb. 10. Warrant No. 1529 217.  
April 2. do. 1623 384.  
30. do. 1715 767.  
July 7. do. 1913 435.  
 
Aug. 20. do. 2022 400.  
22. do. 2025 150.  
Sept. 21. do. 2071 674.  
29. do. 2084 430.  
Oct. 8. do. 2145 400.  
Nov. 1. do. 2201 534.  
10. do. 2221 144.  
Dec. 21. do. 2317  966.50
5,501.50
To John McComb, Junior, for erecting the Light House on Cape Henry, in the state of Virginia.
Feb. 21. Warrant No. 1555 4,000.  
Sept. 19. do. 2063 3,000.  
Dec. 7. do. 2286 2,000.  
8. do. 2290  3,350.  
12,350.  
Oct. 23. Tench Coxe, for oil purchased for the use of said Light House, War. No. 2183 380.80
12,730.80
Nov. 26. Henry Drinker, for three sinkers, for the beacons directed to be stationed in the bay of Chesapeak; War No. 2261   74.44
12,805.24
To Sundry Persons, on account of the Light House at Bald Head, and the navigation of the River Cape Fear, in the state of North Carolina.
Sept. 26. William Allibone, for his services and expenses on a visit of examination and survey thereof, War. No. 2074 212.  
Oct. 30. Christian Lybrant, for bricks, do.   2194 150.  
Peter Bob. for do. do.   2195 15.  
Dec. 3. David Ridgway, for do. do.   2273  150.  
527.  
To Edward Blake, superintendent of the Light House, Beacons, Buoys and Public Piers, in the state of South Carolina.
May 10. Warrant No. 1737 1,851.93
July 17. do. 1951 1,439.45
25. do. 1970 681.36
Dec. 31. do. 2338 163.27
do. 2339 1,253.52
5,389.53
Sept. 8. James and Shoemaker, for buoys with their appurtenances for the harbour of Charleston in South-Carolina.   War. No. 2049 1,319.07
6,708.60
38,967.36
For Defraying the Contingent Charges of Government.
April 10. To Sarah Westphal, administratix of the estate of Nicholas Ferdinand Westphal, deceased, pursuant to the act entitled “An act for the relief of certain widows, orphans, invalids and other persons,” passed the 27th, of March 1792,23 War. No. 1673 336.  
Dec. 8. James Poupard for one silver and twelve brass seals, engraved by direction of the Secretary of state, for the use of the public offices of the territory north west of the Ohio, War. No. 2292 123.80
12. Tobias Lear, Secretary to the President of the United States, being so much paid for an express from Mount Vernon to Monticello, in September, 1792, War. No. 2296   12.  
471.80
For Purchases Made of the Domestic Debt.
To Samuel Meredith, Treasurer of the United States.
Mar. 31. Warrant No. 1605 28,915.52
June 30. do. 1864 62,673.90
Dec. 29. do. 2328 15,098.11
106,687.53
To William Seton, Cashier of the Bank of New-York.
1792, June 30. Warrant No. 1867 151,098.89
257,786.42
Payments on Account of the French Debt.
To Monsieur Jean de Ternant, Minister Plenipotentiary of France.
Feb. 21. Warrant No. 1556 8,325.  
Dec. 13. do. 2301 5,445.  
13,770.  
To Monsieur Antoine R.C.M. de la Forest, Consul General of France.
Feb. 21. Warrant No. 1557 22,000.  
Mar. 12. do. 1579 100,000.  
May 31. do. 1811 100,000.  
Sept. 17. do. 2057 26,088.  
28. do. 2078 17,936.  
 
Oct. 15. do. 2166 24,660.  
Nov. 1. do. 2200 19,961.  
16. do. 2234 2,358.  
22. do. 2247 8,997.  
30. do. 2267 64,935.01
Dec. 15. do. 2307 34,558.82
421,493.83
435,263.83
Payments Towards Discharging the Debt Due to Certain Foreign Officers.24
Oct. 22. To Abraham Wilt, attorney, for Major de Bert de Majan, a foreign Officer late in the service of the United States, War. No. 2180 7,371.  
26. Reed and Forde, assignees of Capt. John Sharp, a foreign Officer late in the service of the United States,
War. No. 2187
1,229.11
Dec. 13. Monsieur Jean de Ternant, a foreign Officer late in the service of the U. States, War. No. 2302 9,754.68
18,354.79
711,405.04
For Compensation to the Marshals of the United States, and their Assistants, for Taking the Enumeration of the Inhabitants, within their Respective Districts.
1791, Dec. 27. To Henry Dearborn, marshal for the district of Maine, and his assistants, War. No. 1391 1,796.13
John Parker, marshal for the district of New Hampshire, and his assistants, War. No. 1390 651.13
1792, Mar. 24. William Peck, marshal for the district of RhodeIsland, and his assistants, War. No. 1597 155.17
1791, Dec. 30. Philip B. Bradley, marshal for the district of Connecticut, and his assis-tants, War. No. 1408 250.30
Lewis R. Morris, marshal for the district of Vermont, and his assistants.
1792, Jan. 6. Warrant No. 1439 1,038.44
10. do. 1451   200.  
1,238.44
Feb. 15. William S. Smith, marshal for the district of NewYork, and his assistants, War. No. 1540 2,027.93
 
Mar. 20. Thomas Lowry, marshal for the district of New Jersey, and his assistants, War. No. 1588 309.76
1791, Dec. 27. Clement Biddle, marshal for the district of Pennsylvania, and his assis-tants, War. No. 1386 2,458.03
30. Allen McLane, marshal for the district of Delaware, and his assistants, War. No. 1405 331.94
27. Nathaniel Ramsey, marshal for the district of Maryland, and his assistants, War. No. 1384 662.22
Edward Carrington, marshal for the district of Virginia, and his assistants.
1792, Jan. 13. Warrant No. 1459 1,200.  
24. do. 1495 3,053.90
4,253.90
Samuel McDowell, Junior, marshal for the district of Kentucky, and his assistants.
Jan. 10. Warrant No. 1452 43.88
Feb. 10. do. 1528 120.03
April 23. do. 1706 47.66
do. 1707 49.96
June 15. do. 1839 42.48
July 26. do. 1974 65.34
Oct. 6. do. 2141 40.79
do. 2142 50.04
31. do. 2196   51.27
511.45
1791, Dec. 29. To John Skinner, marshal for the district of North Carolina, and his assistants, War. No. 1398 4,299.54
Isaac Huger, marshal for the district of South Carolina, and his assistants.
1792, Mar. 28. Warrant No. 1600 192.  
April 2. do. 1622 1032.05
7. do. 1666 135.38
23. do. 1704 300.  
May 19. do. 1772 446.42
do. 1773 379.06
June 25. do. 1857 124.53
July 17. do. 1948 156.94
Aug. 1. do. 1988 430.  
7. do. 1998 61.21
23. do. 2027  364.55
3,622.14
Oct. 18. To Robe[r]t Forsyth, marshal for the district of Georgia, and his assistants, War. No. 2174  336.61
22,904.69
For Five Thousand Shares Subscribed on Behalf of the United States, To the Capital Stock of the Bank of the United States, Pursuant to the Eleventh Section of the Act For Incorporating the Subscribers to the Said Bank.25
June 25. To the President, Directors and company of the bank of the United States, War. No. 1859 1,000,000.  
July 16. do. do.   1941 1,000,000.  
2,000,000.  
To Replace the Like Sum Drawn (For the Purpose of Effecting the Subscription on Behalf of the United States) from the Monies Borrowed by Virtue of the Respective Acts, the One Entitled “An Act Making Provision for the Debt of the United States”26 And the Other Entitled “An Act Making Provision for the Reduction of the Public Debt.”27
June 25. To John Kean, Cashier of the Bank of the United States, Warrant No. 1860 1,000,000.  
July 16. do. do.   1942 1,000,000.  
2,000,000.  
For Discharging a Claim of Oliver Pollock, Late Commercial Agent of the United States, At New Orleans for Supplies of Clothing, Arms and Military Stores, During the Late War.
1792, Feb. 20. To Oliver Pollock, Warrant No. 1551 30,000.  
April 13. do. do.   1684  4,518.02
34,518.02
Feb. 28. To Don Joseph de Viar, and Don Joseph de Jaudens, commissioners of his most Catholic Majesty, War. No. 1566 74,087.  
108,605.20
For Satisfying Miscellaneous Claims.
1792, Jan. 30. To David Allison agent for Robert King and Richard Fields, for going express to the Chiefs of the Cherokee Nation, in October 1788, Warrant No. 1503 64.  
 
Feb. 3. Antoine R.C.M. de la Forest, Consul General of France, for the balance of an account due to the French Government, for supplies furnished in the West-Indies by the Navy department, to sundry ships of war of the United-States, from 1781 to 1783, Warrant No. 1512 9,029.68
Mar. 19. Joseph Nourse Register of the Treasury, for the expenses incurred in removing the books, papers and furniture, of the several offices of the Treasury Department, from New-York to Philadelphia, in October 1790, War. No. 1587 554.70
May 11. Francis Bailey, for eight reams of post paper, and for printing two hundred and thirteen reams of blank certificates, for the Register of the Treasury, and the commissioners of loans for the several states, Warrant No. 1745 1,317.04
12. George Walker, for his services and travelling expenses going to, and returning from Edenton in the state of North-Carolina, for the purpose of assisting the commissioner of loans for the said state, in the execution of his office, Warrant No. 1748 304.59
15. Joseph Howell, assignee of Benjamin Hawkins one of the commissioners for treating with the southern Indians, for a balance due to the said Benjamin Hawkins and other commissioners appointed under an act of Congress of the 15 of March 1785,28 War. No. 1759 2,787.88
May 16. To John Cleves Symnes, and George Turner, Judges of the North western territory, for expenses incurred by them in purchasing a boat, to go the circuit in the year 1790, W. No. 1763 66.59
25. William Peery late one of the commissioners for treating with the southern Indians, for his attendance as commissioner aforesaid at Charleston South-Carolina, in the year 1785, Warrant No. 1794, 299.  
28. Israel Ludlow, for executing surveys of the north west and east boundary lines of the tract of land in the western territory, contracted for by Cutler and Sargent, agreeably to the directions of the Secretary of the Treasury, W. 1802 551.10
June 6. Conyngham, Nesbitt and co. for fify Hydrometers, with Thermometers, &c. imported by them for the use of the officers of the revenue, by direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, Warrant No. 1827 1,165.04
7. James Ewing commissioner of Loans for New-Jersey, for sundry acts of the state of NewJersey, furnished by him, for the use of the Treasury Department, by direction of the Comptroller of the Treasury, War. No. 1829 19.18
John Brown Cutting, for certain expenditures pursuant to the act of the 8th of May 1792.29
15. Warrant No. 1838 419.54
Sept. 29. do. 2083 1,580.46
2,000.  
July 27. Samuel Emery, attorney for Richard Howes, administrator to the estate of Elisha Cesar deceased, late a boy on board the frigate Alliance, for the said Elisha Cesar’s proportion of the prizes captured by the squadron under the command of John P. Jones, in the north seas, War. No. 1977 36.25
30. William Irvine, attorney for Ann Gibson widow and sole executrix of the last will and testament of Colonel George Gibson deceased, pursuant to an act of Congress passed the 8th of May 1792,30 Warrant No. 1980 1,000.  
Aug. 8. Arnold Welles, for a balance due on a bill of exchange in his favor, drawn by William Thompson, William Irvine, Christopher Green, Timothy Biglow, John Lamb and Daniel Morgan, dated Quebec August 5, 1776, on Meredith and Clymer, Warrant No. 1999 594.50
20. Israel Ludlow, for surveying the west, south and east boundary lines of the Miami, making maps of the same, and for making certain calculations and maps of tracts of land contracted for with the Ohio and Scioto companies War. No. 2023 603.39
20,392.94

A General Statement of Certain Appropriations Made by Law, Including the Balances Unexpended on the 31 Day of December 1791, of Those Comprized in the Statement Rendered to the House of Representatives on the Tenth Day of November 1792,31 Exhibiting Also the Expenditures of the United States for the Year 1792, on Warrants Issued by the Secretary of the Treasury, and the Unexpended Balances of the Said Appropriations, Which Are to be Accounted for in the Next Annual Statement.

Dates and Titles of the Acts of Appropriations For discharging Warrants
issued by the late
Board of Treasury.
For the support
of the Civil List.
For the support
of the Army, &c.
For paying Pensions
due to Military Invalids.
For defraying the
expenses of Negotiations
or Treaties of Peace
with the Indian Tribes.
For paying interest
on temporary Loans
obtained by the Secretary
of the Treasury.
For the support of Ministers
of the United States
at Foreign Courts,
and maintaining intercourse
with Foreign Nations.
For effecting a negotiation
of the Treaty
of the United States with
the new Emperor of Morocco.
For the building equipment
and support of
the Revenue Cutters.
Towards discharging
certain debts contracted
by Abraham Skinner,
late Commissary
of Prisoners.
Towards discharging
certain debts contracted
by Colonel Timothy
Pickering, late Quarter
Master General.
For Interest payable
on the Domestic Debt
in the year 1792.
Balances unexpended on the last day of Dec. 1791, of the appropriations comprized in the statement rendered to that period.32 32,210.06 189,706.55 314,362.93 104,629.44 13,000.   2,401.88 78,266.67 7,000.   32,757.50 209.62 38,545.92 229,452.94
1790, July  1. An Act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and Foreign Nations.33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aug.  4. An Act making provision for the debt of the United States.34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 2,175,690.46
1791, Feb. 25. An Act to incorporate the subscribers to the bank of the United States,35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dec. 23. An Act making appropriations for the support of government for the year 1792,36 . . . . . . 370,374.56 444,986.16 87,463.60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1792, April  2. An Act for finishing the light house on Bald Head at the mouth of Cape Fear river, in the state of North-Carolina.37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act establishing a mint and regulating the coins of the United States,38 . . . . . . C 7,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13 An Act to compensate the corporation of trustees of the public grammar school and academy of Wilmington in the state of Delaware for the occupation of and damages done to the said school during the late war,39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
May  2. An Act for raising a further sum of money for the protection of the frontiers and for other purposes therein mentioned,40 . . . . . . . . . . . . 673,500.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8 An Act supplementary to the act making provision for the debt of the United States,41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act making appropriations therein specified.42 . . . . . . 23,083.58 41.75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act to compensate the services of the late colonel George Gibson,43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act concerning the claim of John Brown Cutting, against the United States,44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of the appropriations, and unexpended balances before recited, 32,210.06 590,164.69 1,432,809.84 192,093.04 13,000.00 2,401.88 168,266.67 7,000.00 34,757.50 209.62 38,545.92 2,405,143.40
Amount of the expenditures for the year 1792, 33.33 380,917.58 1,114,350.94 109,243.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . 78,766.67 . . . . . . 53.02 . . . . . . 2,606.18 2,373,611.28
Balances unexpended, transferred to the statement for the year 1793. 32,176.73 209,247.11 318,539.90 82,849.89 13,000.00 2,401.88 89,500.00 7,000.00 34,704.48 209.62 35.939.74 31,532.12
Dates and Titles of the Acts of Appropriations. For discharging bills
of exchange drawn on the
Commissioners at Paris,
for Interest due on
Loan-Office Certificates.
For erecting, repairing
and supporting Light Houses,
Beacons, Buoys and
Public Piers.
For defraying
the contingent charges
of Government.
Towards the Reduction of For defraying
the expenses of
the enumeration of
the Inhabitants of
the United States.
For effecting
the subscription on behalf
of the United States,
to the bank of
the United States.
For the purpose
of replacing monies
drawn from the funds
arising from certain
Foreign Loans.
For discharging
a claim of Oliver Pollock,
late Commercial Agent
of the United States
at New-Orleans.
For satisfying
Miscellaneous Claims.
Total Amount.
The Domestic Debt. The French Debt The Debt due
to certain Foreign
Officers.
Balances unexpended on the last day of Dec. 1791, of the appropriations comprized in the statement rendered to that period.32 152.38 43,089.15 8,774.30 674,672.17 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,259.29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,570.33 1,784,061.13
1790, July  1. An Act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and Foreign Nations.33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40,000.00
Aug.  4. An Act making provision for the debt of the United States.34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B 726,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,901,690.46
1791, Feb. 25. An Act to incorporate the subscribers to the bank of the United States,35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,000,000.   2,000,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,000,000.  
Dec. 23. An Act making appropriations for the support of government for the year 1792,36 . . . . . . 16,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.772.79 . . . . . . . . . . . . 108,605.02 10,020.68 1,059,222.81
1792, April  2. An Act for finishing the light house on Bald Head at the mouth of Cape Fear river, in the state of North-Carolina.37 . . . . . . 4,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,000.  
An Act establishing a mint and regulating the coins of the United States,38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,000.  
13. An Act to compensate the corporation of trustees of the public grammar school and academy of Wilmington in the state of Delaware for the occupation of and damages done to the said school during the late war,39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,553.64 2553.64
May  2. An Act for raising a further sum of money for the protection of the frontiers and for other purposes therein mentioned,40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 673,500.  
8. An Act supplementary to the act making provision for the debt of the United States,41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D 60,555.95 . . . . . . E 231,975.81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 292,531.76
An Act making appropriations therein specified.42 429.62 1,531.07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,695.59 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,716.29 84,497.90
An Act to compensate the services of the late colonel George Gibson,43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000.   1,000.  
An Act concerning the claim of John Brown Cutting, against the United States,44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,000.   2,000.  
Amount of the appropriations, and unexpended balances before recited, 582.   64,620.22 8,774.30 735,228.12 726,000.   231,975,81 25,727.67 2,000,000.   2,000,000.   108,605.02 33,860.94 10,852,057.70
Amount of the expenditures for the year 1792, 582.   38,976.36 471. 8 257,786.42 435,263.83 18,354.79 22,904.69 2,000,000.   2,000,000.   108,605.02 20,392.94 8,962,920.  
Balances unexpended, transferred to the statement for the year 1793. . . . . . . 25,643.86 8,302.50 477,441.70 290,736.17 213,621.02 2,822.98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,468.   1,889,137.70

A—The Amount of interest payable on the domestic debt in the year 1792, agreeably to the dividend accounts settled at the treasury.

B—The estimated amount of four millions of livres, decreed by the national assembly of France on the twenty-sixth of June 1792, for the use of the colony St. Domingo;45 for the payment of which, arrangements have been made at the treasury.

C—The Sum actually advanced from the treasury, for the use of the mint establishment, during the year 1792.

D—The Amount of dividends of interest to the first of January 1793, on the stock purchased in behalf of the United States, by the commissioners authorized for that purpose; and on the stock paid into the treasury in satisfaction of debts due to the United States; the application of which will be shewn in the statement of expenditures to be rendered for the year 1793.

E—Amount of the debt due to certain Foreign Officers, viz.

Principal, payable at the treasury,   186,988.23
Interest, payable at the treasury, by desire of the creditors, 4,438.27
Do. payable at Paris, pursuant to the certificates granted, 40,549.31
44,987.58
Dollars, 231,975.81

General Account of the Receipts and Expenditures
of the Public Monies in the Year 1792.

Dr. Cr.
To Amount of Expenditures in the year 1792, as stated in page 57,46 8,962,920.   By Balance on hand the last day of December 1791, agreeably to the adjustment of the Treasurers Accounts, to that period, 973,905.75
Balance in the Treasury on the last day of December, 1792,  783,444.51 By Amount of Receipts in the year 1792, as stated in page 12,47 8,772,458.76
9,746,364.51 9,746,364.51

Stated from the Records of the Treasury.

Joseph Nourse, Register.

COMPTROLLER’s OFFICE, December 15th 1793.
EXAMINED BY
Oliv: Wolcott, Junior, Comptroller.

9JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXV, 569.

10JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVIII, 1009–10.

11“An Act for finally adjusting and satisfying the claims of Frederick William de Steuben” (6 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 2).

12JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXII, 456–57.

13JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXV, 569.

14JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXI, 908.

15JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXII, 457.

16JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVII, 1009–10.

17JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXV, 569.

18JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XII, 1068.

19JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVIII, 1009–10.

20JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVII, 581.

21JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , III, 358–59; XIX, 197

221 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 128–29 (July 1, 1790).

236 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 6–7.

24For a description of this debt, see William Short to H, August 3, 1790, note 5. Section 5 of “An Act supplementary to an act making provision for the Debt of the United States” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 282 [May 8, 1792]) authorized the President “to cause to be discharged the principal and interest of the said debt, out of any of the monies which have been or shall be obtained on loan.…” For the negotiations on the payment of these officers, see H to Short, August 16, September 13, 1792; H to George Washington, August 27, 1792; Washington to H, August 31, 1792; H to Gouverneur Morris, September 13, 1792.

25“An Act to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the United States” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 191–96 [February 25, 1791]). Section 11 of this act provided “That it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, at any time or times, within eighteen months after the first day of April next, to cause a subscription to be made to the stock of the said corporation, as part of the aforesaid capital stock of ten millions of dollars, on behalf of the United States, to an amount not exceeding two millions of dollars.…”

261 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 138–44 (August 4, 1790).

271 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 186–87 (August 12, 1790).

28JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXVIII, 160–62.

29“An Act concerning the Claim of John Brown Cutting against the United States” (6 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 10).

30“An Act to compensate the services of the late Colonel George Gibson” (6 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 10).

32See note 31.

331 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 128–29.

341 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 138–44.

351 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 191–96.

361 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 226–29.

371 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 246.

381 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 246–51.

396 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 8.

401 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 259–63.

411 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 281–83.

421 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 284–85.

436 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 10.

446 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 10.

45For the June 26, 1792, decree of the National Assembly, see Gouverneur Morris to H, September 25, 1792, note 8. For negotiations concerning the application of the French debt for the relief of Santo Domingo, see Jean Baptiste de Ternant to H, September 21, 1791; H to Ternant, September 21, 1791, February 22, March 8 ; Ternant to H, March 10, 1792; Short to H, December 28, 1791, January 26, April 22, 25, May 14, June 28, August 6, 1792; H to Short, April 10, 1792; H to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1792; H to Washington, November 19, 1792; George Latimer to H, January 2, 1793; H to Edmond Charles Genet, May 25, June 4, 1793.

46This page number refers to the pagination of the original document. For this material, see page 543 in this volume.

47This page number refers to the pagination of the original document. For this material, see page 497 in this volume.

Authorial notes

[The following note(s) appeared in the margins or otherwise outside the text flow in the original source, and have been moved here for purposes of the digital edition.]

* The expenditure of this sum will appear in the next statement.

 In these warrants the salaries of the clerks, door-keeper and messenger, are included.

 In these warrants the salaries of the clerks, door-keeper and messenger, are included.

 In these warrants the salaries of the clerks, door-keeper and messenger, are included.

 For so much paid by him to James Mathers door-keeper, for his services during the recess between the second and third session of the First Congress.

* The expenditure of this sum will be accounted for in the next statement.

 For compensation due to Bernard Webb principal Clerk in his Office.

 For his own and Clerks salaries.

§ For compensation due to Reuben Burnley engrossing clerk.

* The amount of this Warrant was advanced to Joseph Howell, by the Bank of North America, pursuant to an arrangement made by the Secretary of the Treasury, in the following sums, and at the following periods, viz.

Index Entries