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Enclosures: [Statements], [November 1792]

A Statement Showing the Amount of Duties on Imports and Tonnage, of Fines Penalties and Forfeitures, of Payments for Drawbacks on Merchandize, and Bounties on Salted Fish and Provision Exported, and of the Expenses on Collection of the Revenue from the Commencement of the Present Government to the Last Day of December 1791, Agreeably to the Accounts Settled at the Treasury; Exhibiting Also the Monies Paid into the Treasury by the Several Collectors of the Customs during the Period Aforesaid, and the Balances Due by Them Respectively on the First Day of January 1792.

States Districts Collectors Gross amount of Payments for Balances in the hands of Collectors. Monies received by the Treasurer
Duties on
Merchandize.
Duties on
Tonnage.
Fines Penalties
and Forfeitures.
Drawbacks on
Merchandize exported.
Bounties on salted Fish
and Provision exported.
Expenses on Collection
of the Duties.
Expenses attending
Prosecutions.
Net amount of Duties on
Imports and Tonnage, and
of Fines Penalties and
Forfeitures.
Bonds uncollected. Cash on hand. Total amount. For Warrants included in his
accounts to Decemr 31, 1791,
not passed to the credit of the
Collectors on that day.
For Warrants included in his
accounts to Decr. 31, 1791, for
which the collectors received
credit on that day.
For Warrants credited the
Collectors previous to January
1, 1792, which are stated in the
Treasurers subsequent accounts.
New Hampshire Portsmouth Joseph Whipple 55,770.30½ 4,212.42 22.53 344.19 855.44 5,772.47½ . . . . . . 53,033.15 14,456.72½ 5.533.42½ 19 990.15 . . . . . . 29,087. “ 3,956. “
Massachusetts Newbury Port Stephen Cross 85,849.90½ 2,535.52 . . . . . . 642.42 4,369.24¾ 7,551.10½ . . . . . . 75,822.65¼ 21,525.14¼ . . . . . . 21,525.14¼ . . . . . . 54,297.51 . . . . . .
Gloucester Epes Sargent 26,660.58½ 1,170.42 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,132.68 2,844.44½ 28.45 22,825.43 5,924.71 382.72 6,307.43 . . . . . . 16,518. “ . . . . . .
Salem Joseph Hiller 175,341.93½ 3,290.03 308.18½ 10,265.17 8,600.92½ 10,131.49 3.12½ 149,939.44 35,729.83½ 212.60½ 35 942.44 . . . . . . 113,997. “ . . . . . .
Marblehead {
Richard Harris }
Samuel R. Gerry
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
{ . . . . . .
5,517.60¾
55.48¾ 55.48¾ . . . . . . 3,874. “ . . . . . .
20,798.70¼ 1,379.92 . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,361.52¾ 2,534.33¾ . . . . . . 16,282.75¾
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911.74½ 6,429.35¼ . . . . . . 5,923.92 . . . . . .
Boston Benjamin Lincoln 635,148.44¾ 24,861.49⅔ 2,845.97⅔ 7,564.57⅓ 4,626.07 26,987.47 . . . . . . 623,677.80¾ 175 651.98½ 50,490.77¼ 226,142.75¾ 4,345.67 357,535.05 40,000. “
Plymouth William Watson 6,572.37½ 743.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . 645.79½ 751.91 . . . . . . 5,918.66 531.13 307.53 838.66 . . . . . . 5,080. “ . . . . . .
Barnstable Joseph Otis 2,351.73½ 722.80½ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210.42 . . . . . . 2,864.12 . . . . . . 231.32 231.32 . . . . . . 2,632.80 . . . . . .
Nantucket Stephen Hussey 3,136.68½ 1,384.91½ . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.10 373.21½ . . . . . . 4,126.28½ . . . . . . 182.81½ 182.81½ . . . . . . 3,943.47 . . . . . .
Edgartown John Pease 635.46 188.44 . . . . . . . . . . . . 88.80 156.52 . . . . . . 578.58 . . . . . . 178.58 178.58 . . . . . . 400. “ . . . . . .
New Bedford Edward Pope 3,919.63 996.84 . . . . . . . . . . . . 137.55 434.24 . . . . . . 4,344.68 198.90 25.78 224.68 . . . . . . 4,120. “ . . . . . .
Dighton Hodijah Baylies 3,024.15 681.59 . . . . . . . . . . . . 102.05 297.12 88.26 3,218.31 318.84 599.47 918.31 . . . . . . 2,300. “ . . . . . .
York Richard Trevett 1,646.23 194.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . 102.62 170.66½ . . . . . . 1,567.08½ 117.46 49.62½ 167.08½ . . . . . . ⟨1,400.⟩ “ . . . . . .
Biddeford Jeremiah Hill 9,734.22½ 968.85 . . . . . . . . . . . . 84.45 857 88½ . . . . . . 9,760.74 1,851.40 475.91 2,327.31 . . . . . . ⟨7,433.43⟩ . . . . . .
Portland Nathaniel F. Fosdick 32,529.09½ 3,779.88 139.50 ⟨658.02½⟩ 677.56½ 3,056.39½ 21.78 32,034.71¼ 10,919.08 3,865.99¼ 14,785.07¼ 668… ⟨17,249.64⟩ . . . . . .
Bath William Webb 5,548.44 1,354.49⅓ 200.   . . . . . . 15.10½ 380.88⅓ . . . . . . 6,706.94½ 2,126.27½ 926.67 3,052.94½ . . . . . . ⟨3,654.⟩   . . . . . .
Wiscassett Francis Cook 8,975.49½ 2,580.66 . . . . . . . . . . . . 28.90 1,237.33 . . . . . . 10,289.92½ 2,363.69 1,317.38½ 3,681.07½ . . . . . . ⟨6,392⟩.85 216. “
Penobscot John Lee 647.29 956.84 . . . . . . . . . . . . 41.20 242.08 . . . . . . 1,320.85 . . . . . . 920.85 920.85 . . . . . . ⟨400…⟩ . . . . . .
Frenchman’s Bay Melatiah Jordan 1,317.17¾ 1,389.56 . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.   377.11¾ . . . . . . 2,319.62 . . . . . . 1,271.28 1,271.28 . . . . . . ⟨1,048.34⟩ . . . . . .
Machias Stephen Smith 1,262.25 2,677.55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203.79 206.09 3,529.92 606.56 718.20 1,324.76 . . . . . . 2,205.16 . . . . . .
Passamaquody Lewis F. De Lesdernier 874.63½ 46.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133.04 . . . . . . 787.71½ . . . . . . 576.87½ 576.87½ . . . . . . 210.84 . . . . . .
Rhode Island New Port William Ellery 49,624.91½ 1,825.01½ 334.02½ 445.52 876.55 3,719.55 . . . . . . 46,742.33½ 14,368.18½ 2,016.48 16,384.66½ . . . . . . 23,357.67 7,000…
Providence Jeremiah Olney 103,511.84 1,312.08¾ . . . . . . 76.35 1,051.58¼ 3,899.90¾ . . . . . . 99,796.08¾ 58,748.88¾ 130.87 58,879.75¾ . . . . . . 39,466.52 1,449.81
Connecticut New London Jedediah Huntington 150,857.56 7,016.70½ . . . . . . . . . . . . 929.16½ 11,916.88 . . . . . . 145,028.22 29,249.29½ 14,569.82½ 43,819.12 . . . . . . 91,147.50 10,061.60
New Haven Jonathan Fitch 49,323.63¼ 1,603.62 . . . . . . . . . . . . 273.10 2,634.23 . . . . . . 48,019.92¼ 8,417.16½ 7,765.96¾ 16,183.13¼ . . . . . . 31,836.79 . . . . . .
Fairfield Samuel Smedley 14,086.55 467.20½ . . . . . . . . . . . . 76.10 844.16½ . . . . . . 13,633.49 2,349.85 906.64 3,256.49 . . . . . . 10,377.   . . . . . .
New York
Sagg Harbour {
John Gelston }
Henry P. Dering
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
{ . . . . . .
269.88¾
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 507.85 . . . . . .
1,479.15¼ 182.61 . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.20 231.67¾ . . . . . . 1,413.88½
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236.14¾ 506.03½ . . . . . . 400.   . . . . . .
New York City John Lamb 1,354,585.23 59,202.34 . . . . . . 22,289.20 366.59 28,035.33 . . . . . . 1,363,096.45 423,700.37 16,444.08 440,144.45 . . . . . . 922,952.   . . . . . .
New Jersey Perth Amboy John Halsted 10,562.70½ 750.64 . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.   402.41 11.93 10,892.  ½ 3,468.63 204.50½ 3,673.13½ . . . . . . 7,218.87 . . . . . .
Burlington John Ross 2,327.13 85.54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 350.79 . . . . . . 2,061.88 . . . . . . 241.88 241.88 . . . . . . 1,820.   . . . . . .
Bridgetown Eli Elmer 1,432.67½ 187.59 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622.42 . . . . . . 997.84½ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,039.94 . . . . . .
A Great Egg Harbour Daniel Benezet 1,057.05 45.55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150.34 . . . . . . 952.26 122.50 86.73 209.23 . . . . . . 743.03 . . . . . .
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Sharp Delany 1,475,428.20 60,404.24 138.22 8,976.17 . . . . . . 35,970.88 . . . . . . 1,491,023.61 405,743.15 6,499.37 412,242.52 . . . . . . 1,078,781.09 . . . . . .
Delaware Delaware George Bush 40,299.22 3,247.34 . . . . . . 138.32 . . . . . . 2,404.79 77.69 40,925.76 7,782.10½ 1,464.77½ 9,246.88 . . . . . . 30,292.83 1,386.05
 
 
Maryland Baltimore Otho H. Williams 570,036.54 29 644.33 35,34⅔ 13,530.29 14.50 22,803.32⅙ . . . . . . 563,368.10 142,325.10¾ 14,138.74¼ 156 463.85 . . . . . . 406,904.25 . . . . . .
Chester {
John Scott }
Jeremiah Nicols
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . {
540.36
. . . . . .
. . . . . . 46.   46… . . . . . . 336.   . . . . . .
272.21 369.89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101.74 . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158.36 158.36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oxford Jeremiah Banning 83.28 260.59½ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276.75 . . . . . . 67.12½ . . . . . . 67.12½ 67.12½ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B Vienna John Muir 928.47 247.69 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.51 . . . . . . 1,163.65 250.54 613.11 863.65 . . . . . . 300.   . . . . . .
Snowhill John Gunby 715.63 212.73 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86.89 . . . . . . 841.47 216.96 84.51 301.47 . . . . . . 540.   . . . . . .
Nottingham George Biscoe 20,856.48½ 2,523.22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 904.65½ . . . . . . 22,475.05 3,656.85 1,249.45 4 906.30 . . . . . . 17,568.75 . . . . . .
Annapolis John Davidson 5943.91½ 528.26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232.71 . . . . . . 6,239.46½ 764.49 848.52½ 1,613.01½ . . . . . . 2,826.45 1,800.  
Cedar Point John C. Jones 8,421.39 1,445.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281.50 . . . . . . 9,585.88 . . . . . . 3,185.88 3,185.88 . . . . . . 6,400. “ . . . . . .
George Town James M. C. Lingan 34,387.99¼ 3,378.52½ . . . . . . 54.64¾ . . . . . . 972.92 . . . . . . 36,738.95 9,297.90 572.50 9,870.40 400.   26,868.55 . . . . . .
Virginia Norfolk William Lindsay 363,157.65 40,720.29 22.96 461.66 27.20 14,217.18 28.86 389,166.   91,077.31 39,667.81 130,745.12 24,700.   253,790.28 4,630.60
Bermuda Hundd. William Heth 228,664.44 12,578.85 176.88 . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,539.40½ . . . . . . 236,880.76½ 72,864.14 11,757.40½ 84,621.54½ 443.   148 059.22 4,200.  
Hampton {
Jacob Wray }
George Wray
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
{ . . . . . .
. . . . . .
10.38 10.38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.50 59.38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63. “ . . . . . . 58.88
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48.50 48.50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
York Town Abraham Archer 9,238.10 1,446.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154.91 . . . . . . 10,529.33 4,994.92 1,557.14 6,552.06 1,400.   3,977.27 . . . . . .
Tappahannock Hudson Muse 63,385.13 6,334.01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,141.06 . . . . . . 67,578.08 16,021.43 6,288.51 22,309.94 2,050.   44,013.47 1,254.67
Yeocomico river Vincent Redman 1,631.13 76.22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129.10 . . . . . . 1,578.25 1,478.25 . . . . . . 1,478.25 . . . . . . 100.   . . . . . .
Dumfries Richard M. Scott 15,788.23½ 1,141.40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339.49½ . . . . . . 16,590.14 4,861.56 847.58 5,709.14 300.   10,881.   . . . . . .
Alexandria Charles Lee 122,135.66 10,312.44 3.83½ 443.02 . . . . . . 3 937.23½ . . . . . . 128,071.68 28,631.97 11,293.71 39,925.68 8,000.   88,146.   . . . . . .
Foley Landing William Gibb 582.75 78.69 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172.94 . . . . . . 488.50 152.37 336.13 488.50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cherry Stone {
George Savage }
Nathaniel Wilkins
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
{ . . . . . .
. . . . . .
23.58 23.58 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
539.46 49.80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187.37 . . . . . . 401.89
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 378.31 378.31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
South Quay Thomas Bowne 702.39 21.17 . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 148.85 . . . . . . 574.01 . . . . . . 324.01 324.01 200.   250.   . . . . . .
North Carolina Wilmington James Read 49,534.95 9,082.18¼ . . . . . . 29.45¼ . . . . . . 2,817.42¼ . . . . . . 55,770.25¾ 16,323.84¼ 12,289.08½ 28,612.92¾ 7,000.   27,157.33 . . . . . .
Newbern John Daves 24,290.34¾ 2,430.90 . . . . . . . . . . . . 83.   1,616.60¾ . . . . . . 25,021.64 4,409.63¼ 4,311.76¾ 8,721.40 2,150.   15,800.24 500.  
Washington Nathaniel Keais 7,572.83½ 1,110.35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 645.61½ . . . . . . 8,037.57 1,210.49½ 4,142.07½ 5,352.57 2,000.   2,685.   . . . . . .
Edenton Thomas Benbury 20,565.98 2,301.60 7.50 . . . . . . 58.60 1,501.12 . . . . . . 21,315.36 3,300.89 1,803.71 5,104.60 1,350    14,545.76 1,665   
Camden Isaac Gregory 4,729.74 398.98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262.80 . . . . . . 4,865.92 947.75 2,128.17 3,075.92 700.   1,790.   . . . . . .
South Carolina Georgetown C John Cogdell 3,231.12 973.04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204.45 . . . . . . 3,999.71 521.60 2,178.11 2,699.71 2,000.   1,300.   . . . . . .
Charleston {
George Abbot Hall }
Isaac Holmes
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
{ . . . . . .
172,625.20
5,781.09 5,781.09 . . . . . . 275,075.83 1,851.93
522,614.24½ 34,055.84 . . . . . . 3,684.78 . . . . . . 18,201.40½ . . . . . . 534,783.90
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36,934.43 209,559.63 27,751.88 38,575.97 3,939.45
Beaufort Andrew Agnew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Georgia Savannah John Habersham 77,116.20¾ 20,368.91 . . . . . . 202.06 . . . . . . 6,233.62¾ 24.44 91,024.99 20,296.71 26,220.84 46,517.55 3,566.   42,396.87 2,110.57
D Sunbury Cornelius Collins 491.54½ 419.78 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84.01 . . . . . . 827.31½ . . . . . . 385.83½ 385.83½ . . . . . . 441.48 . . . . . .
Brunswick Christopher Hillary . . . . . . 79.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 . . . . . . 78.36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74.62 3.74
E Saint Mary’s James Seagrove 224.48 226. “ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 382.37 . . . . . . 68.11 . . . . . . 68.11 68.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6,494,225.42 375,323.28½ 4,234.95⅚ 69,805.85¹⁄₁₂ 29,682.31¼ 239.541.03¼ 490.62½ 6,534,263.84 1,828,289.28¼ 309,542.79¾ 2,137,832.08 89,024.55 4,310,448.44 86,025.42
A The accounts settled to June 30, 1791 only.
B Ditto to Septem 30, 1790.
C Ditto to June 30, 1791.
D Ditto to Septem 30, 1791.
E Ditto to June 30, 1791.
Total amount of balances in the hands of Collectors 2,137,832.08
From which deduct the amount of a balance due to the Collector
of the District of Bridgetown in the State of New Jersey on the 31 day of
December 1791, being so much over paid by him into the Treasury,
prior to that day
}
. . . . . . .42.09½
2,137,789.98½
A Summary Statement of Monies Received into the Treasury to
December 31, 1791, Inclusively.
From the Collectors of the Customs agreeably to the first and second
columns of the preceding statement entitled “Monies received
by the Treasurer.”
} 4,399,472.99
From Clement Biddle Marshal for the District of Pennsylvania, for
Fines and Forfeitures arising under the Act entitled “An Act for
the punishment of certain crimes against the United States.”4
} 311.  
Gained by a remittance of 10,000 Dollars in gold from Philadelphia
to New York.
} 6.28
From sundry persons for interest due on their notes.     17.54
4,399,807.81
Funds Arising from Balances Found due on Accounts Which Originated
under the Late Government.
From Nathaniel Gilman, late receiver of continental taxes for the
State of New Hampshire
} 3,225.70
From James Blanchard, Paymaster to the late second Regiment of
New Hampshire
} 394.10
From Horatio Clagget, Paymaster to the late Maryland line 1,480.30
From Thomas McWhorter, in the Department of the Commissary of
Hides
} 17.20
From Joseph Carleton, late Secretary in the War Office 155.52
From Reading Howell Executor to the Estate of Cornelius Sherriff deceased,
in the Quartermasters Department
} 31.55
From Benjamin Hitchbourne Attorney to the Administrator to the
Estate of Thomas Chase deceased, in the Qr. Mrs. Department
} 5,682.14
From Lynde Catlin, Clerk in the Office of the acting Paymaster     14.60
11,001.11
Temporary Domestic Loans.
From the President Directors and Company of the bank of North
America
} 90,008.81
From the President Directors and Company of the bank of New
York
} 155,000.  
From Joseph Howell acting Paymaster   1,600.  
246,608.81
Foreign Loans.
From the President Directors and Company of the bank of North
America, being the produce of bills of Exchange drawn on the
Agents for negotiating foreign Loans in Holland
} 229,269.47
From the President Directors and Company of the bank of New
York, being the produce of bills of Exchange drawn on the
Agents aforesaid
} 132,121.87
         
361,391.34
 
Repayments in Consequence of Advances Previously Made.
From Sharp Delany Agent for paying Invalid pensions 3,000.  
From Frederick A. Muhlenberg Speaker of the House of Representatives
of the first Congress
} 2,979.50
From Nathaniel Appleton Commissioner of Loans 28,785.83
From John Hopkins Commissioner of Loans  6,012.  
   40 777.33
Total amount of Receipts, and Repayments, into the Treasury 5,059,586.40
The Following Sums Which are Deducted in the Account of
Expenditures Under Their Respective Heads, in Order to Shew
the True Amount Thereof; are to be Deducted also from the
Amount of the Receipts and Repayments, Vizt.
In page 55 a repayment by Frederick A, Muhlenberg 2,979.50
91 Ditto by Jeremiah Olney 36.08
92 Ditto by Sharp Delany 3,000.  
95 the amount of a Loan obtained by the Secretary of the
Treasury from the President Directors & Company of the bank of
New York
} 155,000.  
95 the same from the President Directors and Company of
the bank of North America including an overcharge in
their interest account
} 90,008.81
95 the same from Joseph Howell, acting Paymaster 1,600.  
109 a repayment by Nathaniel Appleton 28,785.83
112 Ditto by John Hopkins 6,012.  
135 Ditto by Joseph Nourse Register of the Trey 529.75
137 Ditto by   do     292.  
 288,243.97
Amount carried to the credit of a General Account
of the receipts and expenditures, in page 1425
}
4,771,342.43
For Discharging Warrants Issued by the Late Board of Treasury
Warrants issued by the
late Board of Treasury
Warrants drawn by the Secretary of the Treasury for payment
of those issued by the late Board of Treasury.
Date No. Date No. To whom payable Amount
1789 March 3 1101 1789 Novemr. 23 94 Royal Flint Contractor, for Clothing supplied the Army 3000   
1105 Decemr. 11 143 Ditto for do. 3449 82
1788 April 14 317 } 16 148 Henry Knox Secretary at War 1000   
318
1789 May 13 1148 1790 January 4 163 Patrick Ferrall 22 36
1788 Decemr. 19 1038 } 5 164 Patrick Ferrall Atty to Edward Chinn 1262 79
24 1039
1040
1786 October 10 522 7 168 William Henderson Atty to Samuel Engs 351 16
1788 Novemr. 18 450 19 184 Joseph Nourse Attorney to Richard Gridley 444 40
26 451 21 189 Jonathan Burrall Assignee of John White 705 35
Septemr 27 420 190 Ditto do 600   
1789 June 2 1168 23 193 Paul Richard Randall 700   
1787 October 5 219 30 199 Ebenzer Thayer Assignee of Doctor Joseph Waldo 252   
1789 May 23 1161 Februy 1 201 Dominick Lynch Assignee of Arthur St. Clair 2068 07
1158 3 205 Joseph Nourse Assignee of   do. 1867   
1789 July 7 1191 8 208 James Livingston 500   
Februy 17 1083 211 Robert Watts Atty to Stephen Moore 437 50
August 1 1198 10 213 John Cochran 261 62
Februy 10 1081 } 12 215 John Meyer Assignee of George Stanton 112 49
May 16 1151
23 1160 15 218 William Seton Assignee of Arthur St. Clair 2000   
March 26 1116 219 William Smith Assignee of Wm. Winder 193 16
482 17 221 John Murray Assignee of Michael Hillegas 791 80
1788 Novemr 6 444 19 223 Joseph Howell Junior Assignee of do. 2000   
1787 Decemr. 31 264 23 227 Samuel Meredith Assignee of John Wagner 500   
1788 July 5 380 1790 Februy 24 228 Royal Flint Assignee of Mat McConnell 557 17
1789 January 19 471 229 Ditto   Assignee of Thomas Halt 960   
May 27 1162 March 2 234 Thomas Bazen   Assignee of Joseph Bindon Attorney to Joseph Traversee 60   
1787 August 21 181 4 238 William Constable   Assignee of Richd. Butler 250   
Novemr 22 242 239 Ditto   Assignee of Patrick Ferrall 250   
1789 May 26 1163 240 Ditto   Assignee of Richd. Butler 538 35
1164 241 Ditto   Assignee of do 1611 75
June 18 1173 242 Ditto   Assignee of Arthur St. Clair 1220 83
 
1787 Novemr 19 237 5 244 Royal Flint   Assignee of Michl. Hillegas 1937 49
241 245 Ditto   Assignee of do 1100   
240 6 246 Ditto   Assignee of do 1500   
1788 April 14 320 } 8 248 Henry Knox Secretary at War Assignee of Michael Hillegas 3000   
321
342
343
344
345
346
347 } 9 249 Ditto   Assignee of do. 2000   
348
349
350
351
1789 March 26 1114 } 10 250 John Henry Assignee of William Winder 1000   
1115
1787 Septemr. 10 202 13 252 Royal Flint Assignee of Stephen Bruce 669 38
1786 October 10 522 15 253 Nicholas Lemmerman 38   
1789 June 18 1172 1790 March 20 255 Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg Assignee of Arthur St. Clair 779 16
1788 Novemr 6 443 31 274 Joseph Howell Junior 2000   
March 28 290 April 5 358 Henry Knox Secretary at War 1600 33
April 14 353 359 Ditto 400   
Novr. 7 450 9 397 Thomas T. Tucker Assignee of Michael Hillegas 416 66
Decemr. 31 1044 12 411 Joseph Howell Junior 6000   
1789 August 3 1199 15 430 John Jay late Secretary for Foreign Affairs 57 24
January 19 470 29 463 Alexander Thompson Agent of Thomas Holt 350   
1788 Novemr 6 442 May 1 467 Joseph Howell Junr. Assignee of Michael Hillegas 2000   
April 14 319 } 12 479 Henry Knox Assignee of Michl. Hillegas 900   
352
March 31 293 480 Ditto   Assignee of do 960   
Novemr 16 438 21 488 Joseph Howell Junr.   Assignee of do 1000   
6 440 } 24 492 Ditto   Assignee of do 2000   
441
1787 Decemr. 21 257 June 3 500 James OHara   Assignee of do 920   
258 501 Ditto   Assignee of do 1000   
1788 May 22 366 14 512 Theodosius Fowler & Co. Assignees of do 58   
Septemr. 10 412 23 519 Robert Gilchrist Assignee of do 115 42
1789 March 26 1109 29 522 Reuben Burnley Assignee of Wm. Winder 101 83
1111 523 Ditto   Assignee of do 23 96
1788 Decemr. 31 1045 July 9 554 Joseph Howell Junior 6000   
1787 August 28 191 19 562 William Constable Assignee of Philip Audebert 2000   
1789 May 19 1154 563 Ditto   Assignee of James OHara 4223 32
20 1157 564 Ditto   Assignee of do 2133 63
1788 Decemr. 31 1046 1790 August 18 615 Joseph Howell Junr. 6000   
1047 21 626 Ditto 6000   
Novemr 6 447 31 641 Ditto   Assignee of Michl. Hillegas 4000   
 
Decemr. 31 1049 Septemr. 4 649 Ditto 6000   
1048 6 653 Ditto 6000   
1050 13 661 Ditto 4000   
Februay 28 1085 } 24 667 Ditto 22,681 37
1086
1087
1088
1089
1090
1091
1092
Decemr. 31 1043 27 668 Ditto 6000   
Novemr 6 439 } October 1 674 Ditto 3000   
445
1789 March 26 1110 8 702 Joshua Pain Assignee of William Winder 22 37
1788 Decemr. 31 1051 11 708 Joseph Howell Junior 2363 50
1789 Februay 28 1093 } Novemr 23 750 Ditto 17320 60
1094
1095
1096
1097
1788 Decemr. 6 457 1791 July 6 1146 Abijah Hammond Assignee of M. Hillegas     150   
Total amount 157,789 94
For the Support of the Civil List under the Late and Present Government.
In Relation to the Late Government.
For Defraying the Expenses of the Household
of the Late President of Congress.
1790 April 21 To Rachael Reed for Wages as a Servant in the Family, Warrt. No. 445 45.  
“ Candes Lewis for the same 446 20.  
“ Henry Rhieman for do 447 36.  
23 “ Henry Arcularius for bread for the use of the Family 448 17.  
August 19 “ Walter Nichols for groceries for the use of the Family 619 22.12
“ Cobus Myers for Wood for do 620 13.84
Septemr 10 “ Richard Phillips Steward for his own salary and that of Palsey Phillips housekeeper, and for sundry expenditures on account of the Family 659 234.22
388.18
John R. Livingston for his salary as Secretary to the late President of Congress.
1790 April 22 To Warrant No. 457 102.52
James Hallet for repairs done to the Presidents Chariot in the Year 1788.
1790 May 29 To Warrant No. 497 92.83
Roger Alden late deputy Secretary to Congress for his own and Clerks salaries and sundry contingent expenses.
1790 April 5 To Warrant No. 334 623.70
15 “ do 429 250.  
873.70
Treasury Department.
For compensation to the Commissioners of the late Board, their Secretary and Clerks, and for Office rent.
1789 Novemr 30 To Warrant No. 107 1895.82
Decemr. 1 “ do 122  162.50
2058.32
Joseph Nourse Register for his own and Clerks salaries.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 105 670.83
 
Joseph Hardy Accountant for his own and Clerks salaries.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 108 418.05
For compensation to sundry Persons Clerks in the Department.
1789 Novemr 30 To Henry Kuhl Warrant No. 109 88.56
1790 April 1 “ Christopher Banker do   293 62.87
12 “ George Nixon 416 62.37
 213.80
3361.  
Department of Foreign Affairs.
For compensation to the Secretary his Clerks and Messenger and for sundry contingent expenses of the Office.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 116 1088.87
“  do 117 266.07
1790 May 18 “  do 485   53.54
1408.48
Department of War.
For compensation to the Secretary his Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 112 768.04
Joseph Howell acting Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army accounts, for his own and Clerks salaries and the contingent expenses of his Office.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 110 1328.21
For compensation to the Commissioners for settling the accounts between the United States and Individual States their Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 124 1400.47
Jonathan Burrall late Commissnr. for adjusting the accounts in the Commissary and Quarter Masters Departmts. for his own and Clerks Salaries.
1790 March 31 To Warrant No. 275 1010.55
Benjamin Walker late Commissioner for the Marine Clothing and Hospital Departments, and for settling the accounts of the late secret and commercial Committees for his own and Clerks salaries.
1790 April 7 To Warrant No. 376 174.90
 
John White late Commissioner of accts. for the States of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland for his own and Clerks salaries, pursuant to a resolution of Congress passed the 29 of September 1789.6
1790 March 30 To Joshua Dawson, Warrt. No. 268 155.  
April 1 “ John Wright do    289 155.  
July 30 “ John White do    575  430.40
740.40
Guilliam Aertsen late Commissioner for adjusting the accounts of the States of South Carolina and Georgia.
1790 April 8 To Warrant No. 385 637.83
Robert Smith Chaplain to the southern Hospital in pursuance of an Act of Congress passed Septemr. 12, 1786.7
1790 April 3 To Warrant No. 316 345.  
William Kinnan late Copperplate Printer to the United States, for a balance due to him.
1790 April 5 To Warrant No. 363 514.17
Joseph King late Paymaster and Agent to Colonel Baldwins Regiment of Artificers.
1790 May 8 To Warrant No. 474 583.10
Hugh Smith late Postmaster at the head quarters of the Army, for a balance due to him.
1790 August 20 To Warrant No. 624 120.65
For arrearage of salary due to the following Loan Officers.
Nathaniel Appleton late Commissionr of Loans for the State of Massachusetts.
1790 April 3 To Warrant No. 314 2645.73
June 4 “ do 504 2038.04
4683.77
William Ellery late Commissioner of Loans for the State of Rhode Island.
1790 March 20 To Warrant No. 254 300.  
April 1 “ do 287 400.  
14 “ do 423 300.  
June 28 “ do 521 460.26
1791 February 1 “ do 861 84.63
1544.89
 
John Cochran late Commissioner of Loans for the State of New York.
1790 March 27 To Warrant No. 263 507.38
James Ewing late Commissioner of Loans for the State of New Jersey.
1790 April 26 To Warrant No. 459 298.12
Thomas Smith late Commissioner of Loans for the State of Pennsylvania.
1790 February 2 To Warrant No. 203 750.  
April 27 “ do 461 1200.  
Decemr. 14 “ do 774 1100.  
1791 March 7 “ do 931 700.  
3750.  
James Tilton late Commissioner of Loans for the State of Delaware.
1791 May 5 To Warrant No. 1055 295.39
William Skinner late Commissioner of Loans for the State of No. Carolina.
1791 January 21 To Warrant No. 849 730.46
John Neufville late Commissioner of Loans for the State of South Carolina.
1790 July 19 To Warrant No. 561 1500.  
October 14 “ do 729 700.  
1791 Februy 12 “ do 892 596.90
2796.90
Richard Wylly late Commissioner of Loans for the State of Georgia.
1790 March 8 To Warrant No. 247 300.  
April 12 “ do 412 400.  
July 2 “ do 530 678.28
August 19 “ do 622 804.26
2182.54
16,789.45
For compensation due to the Officers of the Government of the Northwestern Territory. Arthur St. Clair, Governor.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 114 388.89
 
Winthrop Sargent, Secretary.
1790 January 29 To Warrant No. 197 740.  
April 1 “ do 312 467.88
1207.88
John Cleves Symmes one of the Judges.
1790 Februy 13 To Warrant No. 216 556.52
2153.29
Indian Department
1790 April 9 To Thomas Tudor Tucker Agent for Richd. Winn, on account of Salary due to the said Winn as superintendant of Indian affairs in the southern Department, from the 29 August 1788 to the 29 November following Warrant No. 398 125.  
1790 August 14 To Tench Coxe Attorney for Richard Butler Executor to the Estate of William Butler deceased, for the said William Butlers pay as deputy Superintendant of Indian Affairs for the Northern Department from March 17, 1787 to October 14, 1788 Warrant No. 603 788.35
15 To Tench Coxe Attorney for Richard Butler late Superintendant of Indian Affairs Northern department for a balance due to the said superintendant for supplies furnished to Indians and for the pay of an Interpreter &c Warrt. No. 604 337.67
16 To Thomas Tudor Tucker Agent for Richd. Winn late Superintendant of Indian Affairs in the southern department for a balance due to the said Richd. Winn Warrant No. 607 75.  
21 To Matthias Ogden Assignee of Albion Cox for a pair of dyes furnished for the purpose of striking Indian Medals by direction of the late Board of Treasury Warrant No. 625 140.  
1790 August 23 To William Edgar Assignee of James Rankin Attorney for Isaac Williams, for the said Williams pay as Interpreter to the Wyandot Indians from the 20 March 1788 to the 14 October following Warrt No. 627 416.  
To William Edgar Assignee of James Rankin for the said Rankins pay and expenses as Messenger to the Indian Nations from the 22 of January 1788 to the 14th. of October following Warrt. No. 628 878.78
Septemr. 2 To Edmond Prior Attorney for William Wilson for the said Wilsons pay as Messenger to the Indian Nations, and for sundry other charges from February 8, 1788 to the 14 October following Warrt. No. 645 958.80
Decemr. 7 To Henry Knox Assignee of James OHara Attorney for George Loveless, for services performed by the said Loveless in the Indian Department from the 8 Februy to the 14 October 1788 Warrt. No. 765 209.77
 
1790 Decemr. 7 To Henry Knox Assignee of James OHara Attorney for Joseph Nicholson, for pay and Horse hire due to the said Nicholson as Indian Interpreter from the 11 Feby to the 14 October 1788 Warrant No. 766 255.73
1791 July 28 To Thomas McEuen Attorney to Joseph Martin late Agent for the Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations of Indians, for the said Martins salary from the 20 July 1788 to the 20 March 1789, pursuant to Acts of Congress passed the 19 of June and the 20 August 17888 Warrt. No. 1197 333.33
  4 518.43
Total in relation to the late Government 37,311.20
In Relation to the Present Government, Vizt.
For the Compensation of
the President of the United States.
1789 Septemr. 26 To Warrant No. 75 on account 1000.  
October 5 “ do 77 do 2000.  
6 “ do 78 do 1000.  
14 “ do 80 do 3500.  
15 “ do 81 do 200.  
28 “ do 83 do 300.  
Novemr 24 “ do 95 do 1000.  
Decemr. 7 “ do 140 do 1000.  
18 “ do 149 do 2000.  
23 “ do 151 do 500.  
31 “ do 157 do 2000.  
1790 January 12 “ do 169 do 500.  
20 “ do 185 do 1066.66
29 “ do 198 do 1000.  
February 2 “ do 202 do 1680.  
March 2 “ do 233 do 2000.  
23 “ do 256 do 1000.  
31 “ do 273 do 1000.  
April 8 “ do 384 do 2253.34
May 4 “ do 470 do 1000.  
22 “ do 490 do 1000.  
28 “ do 490 do 1000.  
June 5 “ do 505 do 2000.  
24 “ do 520 do 1000.  
July 9 “ do 555 do 1000.  
22 “ do 566 do 500.  
August 4 “ do 587 do 1500.  
16 “ do 609 do 1000.  
25 “ do 637 do 1000.  
31 “ do 640 do 2000.  
Septemr 6 “ do 652 do 1000.  
22 “ do 665 do 1000.  
October 9 “ do 705 do 1500.  
 
Novemr. 1 “ do 732 do 500.  
16 “ do 738 do 2000.  
Decemr. 10 “ do 772 do 2000.  
1791 January 1 “ do 793 do 1000.  
20 “ do 848 do 1000.  
February 8 “ do 876 do 1000.  
22 “ do 909 do 601.64
28 “ do 918 do 398.36
“ do 919 do 1650.  
March 19 “ do 944 do 1000.  
22 “ do 947 do 500.  
30 “ do 958 do 1000.  
April 15 “ do 1024 do 1000.  
May 7 “ do 1060 do 1000.  
June 3 “ do 1089 do 1000.  
21 “ do 1106 do 1500.  
July 13 “ do 1178 do 1000.  
August 4 “ do 1206 do 1000.  
19 “ do 1228 do 1000.  
Septemr 10 “ do 1242 do 2500.  
21 “ do 1254 do 1000.  
29 “ do 1263 do 1500.  
October 13 “ do 1314 do 500.  
15 “ do 1320 do 1000.  
22 “ do 1326 do 1000.  
Novemr 14 “ do 1354 do 1000.  
29 “ do 1361 do 1000.  
Decemr. 16 “ do 1367 do 500.  
27 “ do 1383 do 500.  
72150.  
Expenses Incurred for the Temporary Accommodation of the President of the United States.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Royal Flint Warrt. No. 118 5000.  
5 “ do do 136 500.  
7 “ do do 141 1000.  
16 “ do do 147 1500.  
1790 April 7 To Samuel Osgood do 381 5677.83
13,677.83
For the Compensation of the
Vice President of the United States.
1789 October 28 To Warrant No. 84 on account 1000.  
Novemr. 13 “ do 91 do 2000.  
Decemr. 14 “ do 144 do 300.  
29 “ do 155 do 700.  
1790 February 8 “ do 210 do 1000.  
May 17 “ do 484 do 1000.  
July 9 “ do 553 do 500.  
August 2 “ do 580 do 500.  
7 “ do 589 do 1000.  
Septemr 25 “ do 666 do 1000.  
 
Novemr. 18 “ do 740 do 1000.  
1791 March 1 “ do 921 do 1000.  
April 27 “ do 1038 do 1000.  
30 “ do 1045 do 1000.  
October 27 “ do 1335 do 1000.  
14,000.  
99,827.83
Judiciary Department
For the compensations of the Judges, the Attorney General, the Marshals, the District Attornies and Clerks of the Circuit and District Courts.
John Jay Chief Justice of the United States.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 119 54.79
1790 January 15 “ do 175 666.66
April 6 “ do 366 333.34
7 “ do 375 1000.  
July 17 “ do 560 1000.  
October 4 “ do 686 1000.  
1791 January 22 “ do 851 1000.  
April 2 “ do 973 1000.  
August 2 “ do 1201 1000.  
October 12 “ do 1312 1000.  
8 054.79
John Rutledge one of the associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
1790 January 15 To Warrant No. 171 500.  
March 29 “ do 265 422.55
April 15 “ do 431 875.  
July 13 “ do 557 875.  
October 1 “ do 676 875.  
1791 January 5 “ do 801 875.  
April 9 “ do 1009 622.22
5 044.77
James Wilson one of the associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
1790 January 15 To Warrant No. 183 500.  
March 26 “ do 257 422.55
April 16 “ do 438 875.  
July 7 “ do 544 875.  
October 1 “ do 677 875.  
1791 January 6 “ do 804 875.  
April 7 “ do 1006 875.  
July 6 “ do 1152 875.  
October 5 “ do 1293 875.  
7 047.55
 
John Blair one of the associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
1790 February 11 To Warrant No. 214 500.  
April 15 “ do 427 875.  
“ do 428 422.55
July 23 “ do 569 875.  
October 1 “ do 673 875.  
1791 February 22 “ do 906 875.  
April 11 “ do 1012 875.  
July 6 “ do 1155 875.  
October 6 “ do 1297 875.  
7 047.55
William Cushing one of the associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
1790 February 17 To Warrant No. 222 500.  
April 6 “ do 365 422.55
7 “ do 373 875.  
August 3 “ do 585 875.  
1791 February 8 “ do 873 1750.  
April 11 “ do 1015 875.  
August 1 “ do 1199 875.  
October 6 “ do 1295 875.  
7 047.55
James Iredell one of the associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
1790 May 13 To Warrant No. 481 486.11
August 7 “ do 592 875.  
October 4 “ do 687 875.  
1791 January 5 “ do 799 875.  
April 6 “ do 994 875.  
July 6 “ do 1147 875.  
October 3 “ do 1277 875.  
5,736.11
David Sewall Judge for the District of Maine.
1790 January 25 To Warrant No. 195 133.33
April 6 “ do 370 130.25
July 9 “ do 552 500.  
1791 January 7 “ do 812 500.  
October 27 “ do 1334 750.  
2 013.58
John Sullivan Judge for the District of New Hampshire.
1790 February 15 To Warrant No. 220 166.66
April 21 “ do 449 346.92
July 6 “ do 540 250.  
Decemr. 8 “ do 770 250.  
1791 January 7 “ do 816 250.  
 
April 7 “ do 997 250.  
July 7 “ do 1162 250.  
October 7 “ do 1302 250.  
2 013.58
John Lowell Judge for the District of Massachusetts.
1790 April 9 To Warrant No. 392 616.30
1791 Februy 14 “ do 894 900.  
1 516.30
Henry Marchant Judge for the District of Rhode Island.
1791 January 17 To Warrant No. 839 395.65
April 11 “ do 1013 200.  
July 7 “ do 1157 200.  
October 1 “ do 1303 200.  
995.65
Richard Law, Judge for the District of Connecticut.
1790 February 10 To Warrant No. 212 166.66
April 6 “ do 371 96.92
9 “ do 393 250.  
July 7 “ do 524 250.  
October 11 “ do 709 250.  
1791 January 5 “ do 800 250.  
June 1 “ do 1083 250.  
October 3 “ do 1278 500.  
2 013.58
Nathaniel Chipman Judge for the District of Vermont.
1791 October 22 To Warrant No. 1324 400.  
Decemr. 1 “ do 1363 62.22
462.22
James Duane Judge for the District of New York.
1790 April 9 To Warrant No. 391 770.38
October 13 “ do 715 750.  
1791 February 8 “ do 874 375.  
April 11 “ do 1016 375.  
Novemr 4 “ do 1346 750.  
3 020.38
David Brearly, Judge for the District of New Jersey.
1790 January 22 To Warrant No. 191 166.66
April 12 “ do 410 250.  
13 “ do 417 96.92
July 8 “ do 548 250.  
1791 Novemr. 24 “ do 1359 to August 16, 1790 127.71
891.29
 
Robert Morris Judge for the District of New Jersey.
1791 February 17 To Warrant No. 899 342.39
May 30 “ do 1079 250.  
July 6 “ do 1153 250.  
October 16 “ do 1318 250.  
1 092.39
Francis Hopkinson Judge for the District of Pennsylvania.
1790 January 27 To Warrant No. 196 266.66
April 8 “ do 369 155.08
15 “ do 434 400.  
July 13 “ do 556 400.  
October 2 “ do 681 400.  
1791 January 6 “ do 803 400.  
April 14 “ do 1021 400.  
July 11 “ do 1171 to May 8. 1791 167.03
2 588.77
William Lewis Judge for the District of Pennsylvania.
1791 October 25 To Warrant No. 1327 343.48
Gunning Bedford Judge for the District of Delaware.
1790 July 27 To Warrant No. 571 610.86
1791 April 9 “ do 1007 600.  
1 210.86
William Paca Judge for the District of Maryland.
1790 May 20 To Warrant No. 487 415.76
July 27 “ do 573 375.  
October 15 “ do 730 375.  
1791 January 10 “ do 824 375.  
April 27 “ do 1039 375.  
July 22 “ do 1192 375.  
Octr. 7 “ do 1300 375.  
2 665.76
Cyrus Griffin Judge for the District of Virginia.
1790 March 12 To Warrant No. 251 166.30
April 15 “ do 433 450.  
July 6 “ do 539 450.  
October 6 “ do 692 450.  
1791 January 7 “ do 817 450.  
April 7 “ do 999 450.  
July 11 “ do 1158 450.  
October 7 “ do 1301 450.  
3 316.30
 
Harry Innes Judge for the District of Kentucky.
1790 April 27 To Warrant No. 461 250.  
June 14 “ do 510 250.  
August 3 “ do 583 13.58
“ do 584 250.  
October 12 “ do 710 250.  
1791 January 7 “ do 810 250.  
April 6 “ do 995 250.  
July 5 “ do 1145 250.  
October 3 “ do 1279 250.  
2 013.58
John Stokes late Judge for the District of North Carolina, deceased.
1791 May 23 To Warrant No. 1076 to October 11, 1790 287.67
John Sitgreaves Judge for the District of North Carolina.
1791 April 18 To Warrant No. 1027 423.91
July 5 “ do 1143 375.  
October 4 “ do 1286 375.  
1173.91
William Drayton Judge for the District of South Carolina.
1790 March 2 To Warrant No. 236 215.21
April 13 “ do 420 450.  
Septemr 7 “ do 654 to May 18, 1790 237.36
902.57
Thomas Bee Judge for the District of South Carolina.
1790 October 13 To Warrant No. 713 450.  
1791 January 6 “ do 802 534.06
April 4 “ do 980 450.  
July 11 “ do 1172 450.  
October 5 “ do 1292 450.  
2 334.06
Nathaniel Pendleton Judge for the District of Georgia.
1790 January 15 To Warrant No. 177 266.66
April 9 “ do 396 128.72
12 “ do 409 375.  
July 8 “ do 549 375.  
October 6 “ do 698 375.  
1791 January 10 “ do 825 375.  
April 14 “ do 1020 375.  
July 11 “ do 1168 375.  
October 19 “ do 1321 375.  
3 020.38
 
Edmund Randolph Attorney General of the United States.
1790 Februy 8 To Warrant No. 209 250.  
April 15 “ do 432 375.  
August 2 “ do 578 145.38
“ do 579 375.  
October 1 “ do 675 375.  
1791 Februy 1 “ do 862 375.  
April 7 “ do 1005 407.22
July 6 “ do 1156 475.  
October 6 “ do 1296 475.  
3 252.60
John Parker Marshal for the District of New Hampshire.
1791 July 8 To Warrant No. 1165, for attending several Sessions of the Circuit and District Courts from December 1789 to May 1791, for the compensations of grand and petit Juries, and for sundry contingent expenses 358.30
Thomas Lowry Marshal for the District of New Jersey.
1791 May 21 To Warrant No. 1074, for attending the several Sessions of the Circuit and District Courts, for the compensations of Jurors and Witnesses, and for sundry contingent expenses from November 1789 to May 1791 622.42
Pierpont Edwards Attorney for the District of Connecticut.
1791 June 15 To Warrant No. 1100 75.20
16 “ do 1103 106.25
181.45
George Read Attorney for the District of Delaware.
1791 June 2 To Warrant No. 1085 33.60
William Hill Attorney for the District of North Carolina.
1791 October 19 To Warrant No. 1322 40.  
Jonathan Steele Clerk of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of New Hampshire.
1791 July 11 To Warrant No. 1169 103.60
Sundry Persons Clerks of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of Connecticut.
1791 May 2 To Mark Leavenworth, Warrt. No. 1050 137.80
“ Simeon Baldwin    do 1078 69.20
207.  
 
Robert Troupe Clerk of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of New York.
1791 April 7 To Warrant No. 1001 223.  
Sundry Persons Clerks of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of New Jersey.
1791 May 2 To Robert Boggs, Warrt. No. 1066 90.  
June 10 “ Jonathan Dayton do   1096 89.  
179.  
Mathew Pearce Clerk of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of Delaware.
1791 June 2 To Warrant No. 1086 103.60
Joshua Barney Clerk of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of Maryland.
1791 May 31 To Warrant No. 1082 174.28
Venables Bond Clerk of the Circuit and District Courts for the State of Georgia.
1791 June 17 To Warrant No. 1105 134.  
Samuel Bayard Clerk of the Supreme Court.
1791 Septemr 27 To Warrant No. 1259 24.  
79,491.48
Legislative Department
For compensation to the Senators and members of the House of Representatives, their Officers and Clerks, and for the contingent expenses of both houses.
Senate.
First Session of the first Congress.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No. 1, for compensation due to the under mentioned Senators ……
Vizt.
Richard Bassett 1101.  
Pierce Butler 1238.  
Charles Carroll 1170.  
Tristram Dalton 1194.  
Oliver Ellsworth 1345.  
Jonathan Elmer 966.  
William Few 1709.  
William Grayson 996.  
 
James Gunn 1618.  
John Henry 1139.  
William S. Johnson 1304.  
Ralph Izard 1580.  
Rufus King 402.  
John Langdon 1254.  
Richard Henry Lee 1290.  
William Maclay 1266.  
Robert Morris 1131.  
William Patterson 1131.  
George Read 1110.  
Caleb Strong 1127.  
Philip Schuyler 489.  
Paine Wingate 1449.  
26 009.  
Second Session of the First Congress.
1790 April 1 To Benjamin Hawkins Warrt. No. 309 147.  
“ Ralph Izard do 310 796.  
5 “ Richard Bassett do 338 496.50
“ Pierce Butler do 339 796.  
“ Charles Carroll do 340 186.  
“ Tristram Dalton do 341 612.  
“ Oliver Ellsworth do 342 546.50
“ Jonathan Elmer do 343 414.  
“ William Few do 344 833.50
“ John Henry do 345 596.50
“ William S. Johnson do 346 544.  
“ Samuel Johnston do 347 534.  
“ Rufus King do 348 522.  
“ John Langdon do 349 618.  
“ William Maclay do 350 585.  
“ Robert Morris do 351 430.50
“ William Paterson do 352 514.50
“ George Read do 353 195.  
“ Caleb Strong do 354 575.50
“ Philip Schuyler do 355 571.50
“ Paine Wingate do 356 616.50
“ Benjamin Hawkins do 357 468.  
May 21 “ John Walker do 489 114.  
July 6 “ Joseph Stanton do 536 62.  
“ Benjamin Hawkins do 537 546.  
16 “ James Gunn do 558 866.  
17 “ Ralph Izard do 559 636.  
22 “ Pierce Butler do 567 636.  
23 “ William Maclay do 568 759.  
27 “ Richard Bassett do 572 754.50
August 5 “ Theodore Foster do 588 285.  
9 “ John Langdon do 595 876.  
11 “ Richard Bassett do 598 78.  
“ Pain Wingate do 599 886.50
18 “ Jonathan Elmer do 614 924.  
Septemr. 7 To Warrant No. 655 in favor of Samuel Meredith Agent for the following Senators
Vizt.
Pierce Butler 441.90
Charles Carroll 876.  
Tristram Dalton 894.  
Oliver Ellsworth 846.30
William Few 1115.40
Theodore Foster 135.  
James Gunn 494.  
John Henry 878.40
Benjamin Hawkins 405.  
William S. Johnson 825.90
Samuel Johnston 972.  
Ralph Izard 441.90
Rufus King 804.  
Richard Henry Lee 954.  
Robert Morris 832.50
William Paterson 706.50
George Read 843.  
Philip Schuyler 853.50
Joseph Stanton Junr. 355.50
John Walker 882.  
14,556.80
To William Maclay Warrant No. 656 18.  
Caleb Strong do 657 834.  
Third Session of the First Congress.
1790 Decemr. 17 To Ralph Izard Warrant No. 779 243.90
23 “ Pierce Butler do 784 243.90
24 “ James Monroe do 786 86.70
1791 January 8 To Warrant No. 821 being for compensation due to the undermentioned Senators on the 31 day of Decemr. last.
Richard Bassett 76.50
Pierce Butler 157.50
Tristram Dalton 272.10
Philemon Dickinson 165.  
Oliver Ellsworth 225.30
Jonathan Elmer 159.  
William Few 443.40
Theodore Foster 181.50
Benjamin Hawkins 273.90
William S. Johnson 164.70
Samuel Johnston 288.60
Ralph Izard 157.50
Rufus King 184.50
John Langdon 278.70
William Maclay 193.50
James Monroe 156.  
Robert Morris 36.  
George Read 154.20
 
Joseph Stanton Junr. 192.30
Caleb Strong 226.50
Philip Schuyler 192.  
Paine Wingate 277.20
4 455.90
1791 March 25 To Warrant No. 956 being compensensation due to the undermentioned Senators on the 4th. instant.
Richard Bassett 322.50
Pierce Butler 623.40
Charles Carroll 342.  
Tristram Dalton 488.10
Philemon Dickinson 387.  
Oliver Ellsworth 447.30
Jonathan Elmer 387.  
William Few 659.40
Theodore Foster 473.10
James Gunn 862.20
Benjamin Hawkins 495.90
John Henry 427.80
William S. Johnson 428.70
Samuel Johnston 510.60
Ralph Izard 623.40
Rufus King 406.50
John Langdon 504.30
Richard Henry Lee 258.  
William Maclay 409.50
James Monroe 458.70
Robert Morris 378.  
George Read 388.20
Philip Schuyler 450.  
Joseph Stanton Junr. 522.30
Caleb Strong 454.50
Pain Wingate 502.80
12,211.20
April 7
To Samuel A. Otis Agent for Richard
Henry Lee, Warrant No. 1002
}
30.  
First Session of the Second Congress.
1791 Novemr. 12 To Samuel Meredith Agent for the undermentioned Senators, Warrant No. 1352, being their compensation for travelling to the Seat of Governmt.
Richard Bassett 22.50
Aaron Burr 28.50
Pierce Butler 245.40
George Cabot 109.50
Charles Carroll 39.  
Philemon Dickinson 9.  
Oliver Elsworth 69.30
William Few 287.40
Theodore Foster 95.10
James Gunn 284.10
 
Benjamin Hawkins 117.90
John Henry 45.90
Samuel Johnston 132.60
Ralph Izard 245.40
Rufus King 28.50
John Langdon 124.50
Richard Henry Lee 75.  
James Monroe 86.70
George Read 10.20
John Rutherford 24.  
Roger Shearman 55.50
Joseph Stanton Junr. 90.30
Caleb Strong 82.50
Pain Wingate 123.  
Moses Robinson 88.50
2,520.30
1791 Decemr. 3 To Samuel A. Otis, to enable him to pay the compensation due to the Senators, Warrt. No.1364 *5 256.  
85 487.20
Samuel Provost Chaplain to the Senate in New York.
1789 Novemr 30 To Warrant No. 102 188.57
“ do 103 26.02
1790 August 16 “ do 608 295.80
510.39
William White Chaplain to the Senate in Philadelphia.
1791 March 19 To Warrant No. 940 120.49
Samuel A. Otis Secretary to the Senate.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No. 61 1069.17
1790 April 3 “ do 318 926.05
July 7 “ do 545 375.  
August 24 “ do 629 268.  
Novemr. 24 “ do 751 375.  
1791 January 6 “ do 807 375.  
8 “ do 822 52.  
March 15 “ do 936 756.  
April 5 “ do 985 375.  
July 2 “ do 1133 678.  
October 3 “ do 1276 375.  
5 624.22
 
Benjamin Bankson Principal Clerk in the Office of the Secretary to the Senate.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No. 63 435.  
1790 March 31 “ do 271 288.  
April 7 “ do 378 261.  
August 24 “ do 630 402.  
1 386.  
Robert Heysham engrossing Clerk in the Office of the Secretary of the Senate.
1789 Septemr 29 To Warrant No. 65 202.  
1790 March 31 “ do 272 100.  
April 7 “ do 379 174.  
August 24 “ do 631 268.  
1791 January 8 “ do 822 78.  
822.  
Samuel A. Otis Junior engrossing Clerk in the Office of the Secretary to the Senate.
1791 January 8 To Warrant No. 822 72.  
May 30 “ do 1069 52.  
124.  
James Mathers Doorkeeper to the Senate.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No. 67 630.  
1790 April 3 “ do 330 96.  
May 25 “ do 493 261.  
August 24 “ do 632 402.  
1791 January 8 “ do 822 78.  
1 467.  
Cornelius Maxwell Messenger to the Senate.
1789 Septemr 29 To Warrant No. 69 350.  
1790 April 7 “ do 380 174.  
August 24 “ do 633 268.  
1791 January 8 “ do 822 52.  
844.  
Contingent expenses of the Senate.
1790 March 31 To Samuel A. Otis Secretary, Warrt. No. 276 2300.  
June 15 “ do do 513 400.  
August 3 “ do do 582 1500.  
October 30 “ do do 728 300.  
1791 March 2 “ do do 924 2000.  
April 29 “ do do 1041 300.  
May 2 “ do do 1048 345.  
16 “ do do 1071 52.  
   7,197.  
103,582.30
House of Representatives
First Session of the First Congress.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Frederick A. Muhlenberg Speaker of the House Warrt. No. 2 2418.  
“ Lambert Cadwallader do 3 1125.  
“ Isaac Coles do 4 1455.  
“ Peter Silvester do 5 1050.  
“ John Brown do 6 1182.  
“ Daniel Hiester do 7 1212.  
“ Jonathan Trumbull do 8 1182.  
“ John Page do 9 1446.  
“ Fisher Ames do 10 1416.  
“ Thomas Hartley do 11 1071.  
“ Peter Muhlenberg do 12 1332.  
“ Andrew Moore do 13 1440.  
“ Thomas Fitzsimmons do 14 1233.  
“ George Clymer do 15 1047.  
“ Michael Jenifer Stone do 16 1005.  
“ Thomas Scott do 17 1344.  
“ Alexander White do 18 1239.  
“ George Gale do 19 1290.  
“ George Thatcher do 20 1479.  
“ Daniel Carroll do 21 1213.  
“ Josiah Parker do 22 1254.  
“ William Floyd do 23 990.  
“ Abiel Foster do 24 474.  
“ Samuel Livermore do 25 1116.  
“ James Jackson do 26 1599.  
“ Abraham Baldwin do 27 1599.  
“ George Partridge do 28 1242.  
“ Thomas Sinnickson do 29 978.  
“ James Schureman do 30 1041.  
“ George Leonard do 31 1050.  
“ Benjamin Goodhue do 32 1425.  
“ Jereh. Van Rensselaer do 33 960.  
“ John Hathorn do 34 960.  
“ Henry Wynkoop do 35 1092.  
“ William Smith do 36 1281.  
“ Thomas Sumpter do 37 1278.  
“ Elbridge Gerry do 38 1413.  
“ Thomas Tudor Tucker do 39 1806.  
“ Joshua Seney do 40 1140.  
“ William Smith do 41 1578.  
“ Jonathan Grout do 42 1056.  
“ Elias Boudinot do 43 1134.  
“ Theodorick Bland do 44 1428.  
“ Richard Bland Lee do 45 1362.  
“ Roger Sherman do 46 1266.  
“ Benjamin Contee do 47 804.  
“ George Mathews do 48 1266.  
“ Jeremiah Wadsworth do 49 1161.  
“ Benjn. Huntington do 50 1350.  
“ Daniel Huger do 51 1578.  
“ Ædanus Burke do 52 1578.  
 
“ Samuel Griffin do 53 1443.  
“ James Madison Junr. do 54 1410.  
“ John Vining do 55 990.  
“ Egbert Benson do 56 1092.  
“ John Laurence do 57 1050.  
“ Nicholas Gilman do 59 1447.20
“ Theodore Sedgwick do 60 576.  
“ Jonathan Sturges do 58 1107.  
1790 February 20 “ Theodore Sedgwick do 224 18.  
March 2 “ George Leonard do 232 168.  
Second Session of the First Congress.
31 To Thomas Hartley Warrt. No. 278 582.  
April 1 “ Henry Wynkoop do 280 522.  
“ Samuel Livermore do 281 624.  
“ Benjamin Goodhue do 282 600.75
“ John Brown do 284 792.  
“ Peter Muhlengberg do 285 558.  
“ Elias Boudinot do 288 522.  
“ Jonathan Grout do 294 585.  
“ George Thatcher do 295 631.80
“ Daniel Huger do 296 798.  
“ Ædanus Burke do 297 798.  
“ Thomas Scott do 298 648.  
“ Alexander White do 299 610.50
“ Andrew Moore do 300 621.90
“ Benjamin Huntington do 301 519.  
“ George Gale do 302 453.  
“ Peter Sylvester do 303 456.  
“ William Smith do 304 534.  
“ Roger Sherman do 305 549.  
“ Thomas Sumpter do 306 444.  
“ Michl. Jenifer Stone do 307 615.  
“ William Smith do 308 798.  
“ Daniel Carroll do 320 633.33
“ Fredh. A. Muhlenberg, Speaker 321 1108.50
“ Nicholas Gilman do 322 615.60
“ Theodorick Bland do 323 471.  
“ Josiah Parker do 324 573.  
“ Isaac Coles do 325 679.50
“ Elbridge Gerry do 326 603.  
April 8 “ James Jackson do 336 786.  
“ Theodore Sedgwick do 360 543.  
“ John Laurence do 361 552.  
“ John Hathorn do 362 540.  
“ Samuel Griffin do 364 682.50
“ Abiel Foster do 382 618.  
“ George Leonard do 386 525.  
“ John Page do 387 675.  
“ Jonathan Trumbull do 388 537.  
“ Thomas T. Tucker do 389 798.  
“ Jeremiah Wadsworth do 390 453.  
9 “ Jeremiah Van Renselaer do 394 600.  
“ James Madison Junr. do 399 585.  
 
12 “ Richard Bland Lee do 407 570.  
“ Timothy Bloodworth do 413 216.  
“ Egbert Benson do 414 606.  
“ John Baptist Ash do 415 192.  
13 “ Hugh Williamson do 422 287.  
15 “ William Floyde do 424 513.  
“ Abraham Baldwin do 425 912.  
“ Joshua Seney do 426 708.  
“ John Vining do 436 303.  
17 “ Fisher Ames do 441 690.  
21 “ Thomas Sinnickson do 444 606.  
22 “ George Gale do 453 207.  
“ George Clymer do 454 646.50
30 “ John Steel do 465 204.  
May 1 “ Isaac Coles do 466 168.  
3 “ Josiah Parker do 469 327.  
4 “ George Partridge do 471 804.  
5 “ James Schureman do 472 712.50
8 “ Benjamin Contee do 475 474.  
To Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg Speaker, to enable him to pay the compensations due to the Members, their Officers and Clerks.
1790 May 11 “ Warrant No. 478 12000.  
June 23 “ do 518 12000.  
July 21 “ do 565 8000.  
August 10 “ do 596 12000.  
“ do 597 15911.69
59,911.69
For which he has accounted by the following payments   Vizt.
To Samuel Livermore 894.  
“ Abiel Foster 882.  
“ Elbridge Gerry 864.  
“ Fisher Ames 780.  
“ George Leonard 759.  
“ Jonathan Grout 855.  
“ Benjamin Goodhue 878.25
“ George Thatcher 900.80
“ Theodore Sedgwick 759.  
“ Jonathan Trumbull 765.  
“ Roger Sherman 819.  
“ Peter Sylvester 834.  
“ Egbert Benson 756.  
“ William Floyd 759.  
“ John Laurence 762.  
“ Thomas Scott 918.  
“ George Clymer 658.50
“ Peter Muhlenberg 828.  
“ Thomas Hartley 648.  
“ Henry Wynkoop 756.  
“ John Vining 753.  
“ Daniel Carroll 808.47
“ Michael J. Stone 780.  
 
“ Joshua Seney 714.  
“ George Gale 666.  
“ Benjamin Contee 588.  
“ Estate of Theodorick Bland 495.  
“ Samuel Griffin 892.50
“ Alexander White 880.50
“ Andrew Moore 921.90
“ Richard Bland Lee 894.  
“ Isaac Coles 757.50
“ John Brown 1026.  
“ Josiah Parker 612.  
“ John Page 873.  
“ John Babtist Ash 960.  
“ John Steel 888.  
“ Hugh Williamson 905.  
“ Timothy Bloodworth 978.  
“ John Sevier 795.  
“ Ædanus Burke 1068.  
“ Daniel Huger 1068.  
“ William Smith 1068.  
“ Thomas Sumpter 1098.  
“ Abraham Baldwin 1026.  
“ James Jackson 1086.  
“ George Matthews 1920.  
“ Thomas Fitzsimons 1269.  
“ Lambert Cadwalader 1191.  
“ Daniel Hiester 1350.  
“ Nicholas Gilman 885.60
“ George Partridge 672.  
“ Benjamin Huntington 837.  
“ Jonathan Sturges 1335.  
“ Jeremiah Wadsworth 741.  
“ John Hathorn 762.  
“ Jeremiah Van Renselaer 792.  
“ Elias Boudinot 762.  
“ James Schureman 592.50
“ Thomas Sinnickson 714.  
“ James Madison Junr. 879.  
“ Thomas T. Tucker 1068.  
“ William Smith 852.  
“ Frederick A. Muhlenberg    1576.35
56,875.87
“ William Linn, Chaplain 180.82
“ John Beckley, Clerk 889.  
“ Joseph Wheaton Sergeant
at Arms
}
528.  
“ William Lambert principal
Clerk to Mr. Beckley
}
396.  
“ Bernard Webb engrossing
Clerk
}
382.  
“ Gifford Dally, Doorkeeper 396.  
“ Thomas Claxton assistant
Doorkeeper
}
264.  
59,911.69
Third Session of the First Congress.
To Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg Speaker, for the same purpose.
1790 August 13 To Warrant No. 600 670.  
Decemr. 21 “ do 782 12 000.  
1791 January 28 “ do 857 12 000.  
March 2 “ do 926 25 388.  
50,058.  
From this sum deduct the amt. of a Warrant No. 50 dated the 26 May 1791, on the Speaker in favor of the Treasurer, being for a balance which remained unexpended 2 979.50
47,078.50
For which he has accounted by the following payments … Vizt.
Two days compensation paid the
Members and Doorkeepers, due
the 11th. and 12th. of August 1790
}
664.  
To Abiel Foster 783.  
“ Nicholas Gilman 774.  
“ Samuel Livermore 804.  
“ Fisher Ames 744.  
“ Elbridge Gerry 738.  
“ Benjamin Goodhue 732.  
“ Jonathan Grout 714.  
“ George Leonard 783.  
“ George Partridge 753.  
“ Theodore Sedgwick 690.  
“ George Thatcher 804.  
“ Benjamin Huntington 678.  
“ Roger Sherman 640.  
“ Jonathan Sturges 618.  
“ Jonathan Trumbull 654.  
“ Jeremiah Wadsworth 636.  
“ Egbert Benson 630.  
“ William Floyd 624.  
“ John Hathorn 570.  
“ John Laurence 585.  
“ Jeremiah Van Renselaer 642.  
“ Peter Sylvester 672.  
“ Elias Boudinot 576.  
“ Lambert Cadwallader 546.  
“ James Schureman 564.  
“ Thomas Sinickson 520.50
“ George Clymer 444.  
“ Thomas Fitzsimmons 528.  
“ Thomas Hartley 528.  
“ Daniel Hiester 543.60
“ Frederick A. Muhlenberg 1068.  
“ Peter Muhlenberg 540.  
“ Thomas Scott 720.  
“ Henry Wynkoop 540.  
“ John Vining 536.  
 
“ Daniel Carroll 480.  
“ Benjamin Contee 306.  
“ George Gale 389.  
“ Joshua Seney 582.  
“ William Smith (M) 576.  
“ Michael Jenifer Stone 561.  
“ John Brown 1 023.50
“ William B. Giles 702.  
“ Samuel Griffin 726.  
“ Richard Bland Lee 630.  
“ James Madison Junr. 578.  
“ Andrew Moore 719.10
“ Josiah Parker 726.  
“ Alexander White 636.  
“ John Babtist Ash 738.  
“ Timothy Bloodworth 904.  
“ John Sevier 868.  
“ John Steel 792.  
“ Ædanus Burke 984.  
“ Daniel Huger 1 014.  
“ William Smith (S. C.) 1 020.  
“ Thomas Sumpter 564.  
“ Thomas T. Tucker 1 008.  
“ Hugh Williamson 792.60
“ Abraham Baldwin 1 104.  
“ James Jackson 1 092.  
“ George Matthews 1 086.  
“ Benjamin Bourne 652.20
44,839.50
“ Samuel Blair, Chaplain 125.  
“ John Beckley, Clerk 551.  
“ Jonathan Wheaton, Sergeant
at Arms
}
352.  
“ Bernard Webb, principal
Clerk to Mr Beckley
}
279.  
“ William Clairborn,
engrossing Clerk
}
368.  
“ Reuben Burnley, do 124.  
“ Gifford Dally, Doorkeeper 264.  
“ Thomas Claxton assistant
Doorkeeper
}
176.  
47,078.50
First Session of the Second Congress.
To Jonathan Trumbull Speaker to enable him to pay the compensations due to the Members their Officers and Clerks.
1791 Novemr. 2 “ Warrant No. 1345 12000.  
Decemr. 18 “ do 1368 12000.  
*24,000.   239,715.77
 
William Linn Chaplain to the House of Representatives in New York.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No.  72 208.  
1790 April 23 “ do 458 113.70
321.70
John Beckley Clerk to the House of Representatives.
1789 Septemr. 30 To Warrant No.  76 1 114.  
1790 March 31 “ do 279 924.  
Decemr. 4 “ do 763 379.  
1791 June 6 “ do 1091 375.  
July 22 “ do 1189 * 275.  
October 3 “ do 1280 375.  
3,442.  
Joseph Wheaton Sergeant at Arms to the House of Representatives.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No.  62 564.  
1790 April 7 “ do 377 348.  
912.  
William Lambert principal Clerk in the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No.  64 546.  
1790 April 3 “ do 328 549.  
Novemr 30 “ do 756 60.  
1 155.  
George Sutton engrossing Clerk in said Office.
1789 Septemr. 29 To Warrant No.  66 248.  
1790 April 1 “ do 290 70.  
318.  
Bernard Webb engrossing Clerk in said Office.
1790 Decemr. 4 To Warrant No. 764 224.  
1791 June 6 “ do 1092 as principal Clerk 267.  
491.  
Reuben Burnley engrossing Clerk in said Office.
1791 June 6 To Warrant No. 1093 178.  
 
Gifford Dally Doorkeeper to the House of Representatives.
1789 Septemr 29 To Warrant No.  68 645.66
1790 April 3 “ do 327 357.  
1 002.66
Thomas Claxton Assistant Doorkeeper.
1789 Septem 29 To Warrant No.  71 358.  
1790 April 3 “ do 331 174.  
532.  
Cornelius Maxwell Messenger.
1789 Septemr 29 To Warrant No.  70 62.  
Contingent expenses of the House of Representatives.
1790 March 31 To John Beckley Warrt. No. 277 3657.85
April 21 “ do do 450 1000.  
June 22 “ do do 517 888.80
31 “ do do 576 1000.  
Septemr 3 “ do do 647 1500.  
1791 March 15 “ do do 937 2500.  
April 6 “ do do 990 1500.  
August 29 “ do do 1234 800.  
12,846.65
364,559.08
Treasury Department
For compensation to the Officers, Clerks and Messengers, and for the contingent expenses of the Department.
Alexander Hamilton Secretary of the Treasury, his Assistant, Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 134 361.08
1790 January 20 “ do 186 1625.  
April 6 “ do 367 198.09
13 “ do 419 1895.84
July 2 “ do 529 1764.28
August 31 “ do 642 71.42
October 2 “ do 683 2050.  
1791 January 4 “ do 794 1964.37
March 25 “ do 955 27.77
April 2 “ do 976 2253.03
May 23 “ do 1077 21.98
July 2 “ do 1132 2309.32
October 3 “ do 1270 2562.50
17,104.68
 
Nicholas Eveleigh Comptroller of the Treasury, his Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 132 230.  
26 “ do 153 60.  
1790 January 15 “ do 179 565.  
April 1 “ do 291 112.50
“ do 292 64.81
5 “ do 335 135.  
12 “ do 402 1125.24
July 3 “ do 531 1138.73
Septemr. 13 “ do 663 103.26
October 1 “ do 678 1130.43
1791 January 5 “ do 797 1262.49
13 “ do 832 50.  
April 2 “ do 975 2084.99
8062.45
Oliver Wolcott Junr. Comptroller his Clerks and Messenger.
July 2 To Warrant No. 1134 1717.30
August 9 “ for a part of 1222 32.61
October 3 “ Warrant 1275 2025.  
Novemr 1 “ do 1342 14.94
19 “ do 1356 61.14
3850.99
11 913.44
Samuel Meredith Treasurer of the United States, his Clerks & Messenger.
1790 January 15 To Warrant No. 172 784.23
April 13 “ do 418 650.  
July 7 “ do 543 650.  
October 6 “ do 691 650.  
1791 January 6 “ do 806 650.  
April 2 “ do 972 793.89
July 6 “ do 1151 775.  
October 4 “ do 1285 775.  
5 728.12
Oliver Wolcott Junior Auditor of the Treasury, his Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 133 92.87
1790 January 6 “ do 167 108.50
15 “ do 170 846.57
April 5 “ do 333 34.24
12 “ do 401 2106.92
26 “ do 460 32.96
July 2 “ do 527 2470.03
October 5 “ do 690 2525.  
 
Novemr 19 “ do 741 21.73
“ do 742 57.06
“ do 743 42.11
1791 January 5 “ do 796 2150.  
March 2 “ do 925 83.33
4 “ do 927 165.  
April 2 “ do 974 2223.31
30 “ do 1043 34.34
May 2 “ do 1047 6.87
9 “ do 1067 6.86
July 2 “ do 1140 2472.65
August 26 “ do 1233 57.61
October 5 “ do 1290 2012.50
Novem 5 “ do 1347 46.95
17,597.41
Joseph Nourse Register of the Treasury, his Clerks and Messengers.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 106 194.44
1790 January 15 “ do 173 875.  
April 12 “ do 403 1119.43
July 3 “ do 533 1312.50
October 2 “ do 680 1311.14
1791 January 5 “ do 795 1690.22
April 2 “ do 970 2884.84
5 “ do 987 72.  
“ do 988 72.  
July 2 “ do 1136 3132.12
28 “ do 1195 43.33
Septemr. 12 “ do 1243 250.  
October 3 “ do 1271 3192.28
16 149.30
David Henley and Isaac Sherman Clerks in the Treasury Department, employed in counting Bills of credit of the old and new emissions and Indents of Interest.
1791 February 1 To David Henley Warrt. No. 863 125.  
“ Isaac Sherman do 864 70.65
April 6 “ David Henley do 991 125.  
“ Isaac Sherman do 992 125.  
July 6 “ Ditto do 1141 125.  
“ David Henley do 1149 125.  
October 4 “ Ditto do 1284 125.  
5 “ Isaac Sherman do 1289 125.  
945.65
Henry Kuhl, for examining Bills of credit of the old emissions for the purpose of discovering counterfeits.
1791 May 30 To Warrant No. 1080 50.  
Contingent expenses of the Treasury Department.
1789 October 15 To John Meyer Warrant No. 82 200.  
Novemr. 2 “ do do 85 200.  
13 “ Joseph Hardy do 89 200.  
30 “ Joseph Stretch do 97 150.  
Decemr. 1 “ John Ramsay do 123 62.50
4 “ John Meyer do 135 150.  
1790 April 1 “ Joseph Nourse Register, do 286 1422.59
6 “ Ditto do 368 450.  
19 “ Samuel Meredith Treasurer, do 442 500.  
21 “ Joseph Nourse Register do 451 190.30
“ Ditto do 452 500.  
July 7 “ Ditto do 546 17.31
“ Ditto do 547 517.39
Septem 3 “ Ditto do 648 500.  
October 13 “ Ditto do 716 700.  
30 “ Ditto do 731 336.77
1791 Februy 22 “ Ditto do 907 563.90
“ Ditto do 908 49.71
25 “ Ditto do 915 1800.  
March 19 “ Samuel Meredith Treasr. 90 942 100.  
31 “ Tench Coxe for Rent do 961 341.71
April 26 “ Joseph Nourse Register do 1037 500.  
May 4 “ William Simmons do 1053 40.  
June 3 “ Joseph Nourse Register do 1088 500.  
6 “ Ditto do 1094 200.  
July 19 “ Ditto do 1184 479.69
Septemr. 27 “ Samuel Meredith Treasr. do 1260 400.  
“ Ditto do 1261 160.  
11,231.87
80,720.47
Department of State
Thomas Jefferson Secretary of State, for his own compensation and that of his Clerks, Interpreter and Messenger.
1790 April 5 To Warrant No. 337 650.  
22 “ do 455 537.50
July 9 “ do 551 1584.72
August 31 “ do 643 22.25
Septemr 6 “ do 651 302.75
October 4 “ do 688 1504.16
1791 January 6 “ do 805 1547.32
April 2 “ do 969 1596.66
July 2 “ do 1131 1563.34
October 3 “ do 1274 1546.67
10,855.37
 
Contingent expenses of the Office of the Secretary of State.
1789 Novemr. 13 To Warrant No. 90 50.  
1790 April 30 “ do 464 250.  
October 2 “ do 679 300.  
Decemr. 31 “ do 790 354.  
1791 March 31 “ do 962 500.  
August 10 “ do 1223 150.  
1 604.  
12,459.37
Department of War
Henry Knox Secretary at War, for his own compensation and that of his Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 113 263.84
1790 January 15 “ do 182 1156.50
April 6 “ do 372 31.  
12 “ do 408 1252.77
July 2 “ do 528 1295.98
October 2 “ do 684 1288.03
1791 January 5 “ do 798 1312.50
April 2 “ do 971 1394.44
July 2 “ do 1135 1437.50
October 3 “ do 1273 1437.50
10,870.06
Joseph Howell acting Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army accounts, for his own and Clerks salaries, and certain contingent expenses of his Office.
1789 Novem 30 To Warrant No. 111 375.35
1790 Januay 15 “ do 180 1557.71
April 12 “ do 404 1551.75
August 7 “ do 590 1628.13
October 6 “ do 695 781.94
1791 January 29 “ do 859 125.  
April 16 “ do 1026 136.85
May 4 “ do 1054 43.75
July 7 “ do 1163 179.57
October 7 “ do 1304 138.61
6,518.66
17,388.72
For compensation to the Commissioners for adjusting the accounts between the United States and Individual States, their Clerks and Messenger.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 125 477.88
1790 Januay 15 “ do 176 1937.50
April 12 “ do 405 2162.79
July 3 “ do 532 2275.  
 
October 6 “ do 693 2336.92
“ do 694 420.66
1791 Januy 7 “ do 808 2525.29
“ do 809 198.25
April 5 “ do 986 2936.40
July 2 “ do 1138 2883.37
October 3 “ do 1281 2925.54
21,079.60
Contingent expenses of the Office of the Commissioners for adjusting the accounts between the United States and Individual States.
1789 Novem 7 To Patrick Ferrall Warrt. No. 87 200.  
1790 April 8 “ do do 383 125.  
August 7 “ do do 591 29.51
18 “ do do 617 300.  
Novemr 10 “ do do 735 100.  
1791 Februy 26 “ do do 917 150.  
May 7 “ do do 1064 300.  
Novem 10 “ do do 1350 100.  
1,304.51
22,384.11
Government of the Western Territory.
District northwest of the River Ohio.
Arthur St. Clair Governor, for his compensation.
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 115 111.11
1790 January 15 “ do 181 500.  
April 22 “ do 456 500.  
July 3 “ do 535 500.  
October 4 “ do 689 500.  
1791 January 24 “ do 853 500.  
April 7 “ do 1003 500.  
July 8 “ do 1164 500.  
October 13 “ do 1317 500.  
4,111.11
Winthrop Sargent Secretary, for his compensation.
1790 April 1 To Warrant No. 313 228.26
15 “ do 435 187.50
August 19 “ do 621 187.50
October 6 “ do 696 187.50
1791 January 7 “ do 813 187.50
April 12 “ do 1017 187.50
July 22 “ do 1187 187.50
Novemr. 1 “ do 1344 125.  
1478.26
Contingent expenses of the Office of the Secretary.
1791 March 25 To William Poyntell Warrt. No. 954 64.20
October 6
“ John Mills Attorney to Winthrop
Sargent Warrant No. 1299
}
200.  
264.20
George Turner one of the Judges, for his compensation.
1790 January 15 To Warrant No. 174 241.30
July 23 “ do 570 158.70
August 19 “ do 618 241.30
1791 January 7 “ do 814 400.  
May 23 “ do 1075 200.  
August 19 “ do 1200 200.  
October 25 “ do 1328 200.  
1 641.30
John Cleves Symmes one of the Judges, for his compensation.
1790 Februy 13 To Warrant No. 217 243.48
August 2 “ do 581 400.  
1791 January 18 “ do 842 200.  
February 25 “ do 916 200.  
July 22 “ do 1188 200.  
1 243.48
Samuel Parsons one of the Judges deceased, for his compensation.
1790 June 18 To Warrant No. 515 304.32
Rufus Putnam one of the Judges, for his compensation.
1791 February 7 To Warrant No. 871 200.  
“ do 872 400.  
April 18 “ do 1028 200.  
Septemr. 12 “ do 1244 200.  
1 000.  
District south of the River Ohio.
William Blount Governor, for his compensation.
1790 October 13 To Warrant No. 712 500.  
1791 January 17 “ do 841 626.37
April 2 “ do 978 500.  
August 3 “ do 1202 500.  
October 28 “ do 1337 500.  
2 626.37
 
Daniel Smith Secretary, for his compensation.
1791 March 19 To Warrant No. 943 422.39
April 2 “ do 979 187.50
August 3 “ do 1203 187.50
October 29 “ do 1338 187.50
984.89
David Campbell one of the Judges, for his compensation.
1790 Decemr. 4 To Warrant No. 762 200.  
1791 January 10 “ do 823 200.  
April 14 “ do 1019 50.54
16 “ do 1025 200.  
July 6 “ do 1148 200.  
October 10 “ do 1306 200.  
1 050.54
John McNeery one of the Judges, for his compensation.
1791 April 23 To Warrant No. 1033 650.55
October 28 “ do 1339 400.  
1 050.55
Joseph Anderson one of the Judges, for his compensation.
1791 June 10 To Warrant No. 1095 75.55
July 11 “ do 1174 200.  
October 6 “ do 1298 200.  
475.55
16 230.57
For Compensation to the Loan Officers
and Their Clerks, and
for Stationary Purchased by Them
for the Use of Their Several Offices.
Nathaniel Appleton Commissioner of Loans for the the State of Massachusetts.
1791 January 14 To Warrant No. 834 599.18
June 2 “ do 1087 375.  
July 2 “ do 1139 873.66
August 8 “ do 1221 375.  
Decemr. 13 “ do 1366 375.  
2 597.84
 
Jabez Bowen Commissioner of Loans for the State of Rhode Island.
1791 January 17 To Warrant No. 838 239.67
May 4 “ do 1051 150.  
July 5 “ do 1144 150.  
October 26 “ do 1333 150.  
689.67
William Imlay Commissioner of Loans for the State of Connecticut.
1790 October 6 To Warrant No. 699 149.45
1791 Januay 7 “ do 811 250.  
May 4 “ do 1052 250.  
July 11 “ do 1173 250.  
October 5 “ do 1288 250.  
1 149.45
John Cochran Commissioner of Loans for the State of New York.
1790 October 6 To Warrant No. 700 224.18
1791 Januy 12 “ do 829 375.  
April 7 “ do 996 375.  
July 6 “ do 1154 375.  
October 22 “ do 1325 375.  
1 724.18
James Ewing Commissioner of Loans for the State of New Jersey.
1791 January 12 To Warrant No. 830 281.52
June 4 “ do 1090 175.  
July 28 “ do 1196 175.  
631.25
Thomas Smith Commissioner of Loans for the State of Pennsylvania.
1791 February 2 To Warrant No. 867 599.18
May 14 “ do 1070 375.  
July 21 “ do 1185 375.  
October 26 “ do 1332 375.  
1 724.18
James Tilton Commissioner of Loans for the State of Delaware.
1791 January 17 To Warrant No. 836 89.67
“ do 837 150.  
May 5 “ do 1056 150.  
October 3 “ do 1272 150.  
Novemr 23 “ do 1357 150.  
689.67
 
John Hopkins Commissioner of Loans for the State of Virginia.
1791 August 26 To Warrant No. 1232 1 348.63
William Skinner Commissioner of Loans for the State of No. Carolina.
1791 January 18 To Warrant No. 844 399.45
April 2 “ do 977 250.  
Novemr 9 “ do 1349 500.  
1 149.45
John Neufville Commissioner of Loans for the State of So. Carolina.
1791 Februy 17 To Warrant No. 898 399.45
April 4 “ do 981 250.  
July 7 “ do 1160 250.  
October 13 “ do 1316 250.  
1 149.45
Richard Wylly Commissioner of Loans for the State of Georgia.
1791 January 25 To Warrant No. 854 279.62
April 28 “ do 1040 175.  
July 22 “ do 1190 175.  
Novemr 23 “ do 1358 175.  
804.62
13,658.66
Pensions, Annuities and Grants
Elizabeth Bergan for a pension allowed her by an Act of Congress passed the 24 of August 1781.9
1789 Novemr. 15 To Warrant No. 92 8.54
“ do 93 2.91
1790 January 15 “ do 178 13.33
April 12 “ do 406 13.33
July 6 “ do 538 13.33
October 6 “ do 697 13.33
1791 January 10 “ do 826 13.33
April 11 “ do 1014 13.33
July 15 “ do 1181 13.33
Novemr 1 “ do 1343 13.33
118.09
 
P. Dominique L. Eglize for a pension granted by an Act of Congress passed the 8th day of August 1782.10
1789 Novemr 30 To Warrant No. 98 23.33
“ do 99 6.67
1790 January 20 “ do 187 30.  
April 15 “ do 437 30.  
July 2 “ do 526 30.  
October 9 “ do 706 30.  
1791 January 12 “ do 831 30.  
April 12 “ do 1018 30.  
July 11 “ do 1175 30.  
October 12 “ do 1311 30.  
270.  
Joseph Traversie, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed August 8, 1782.11
1789 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 100 53.33
“ do 101 6.67
1790 January 20 “ do 188 30.  
July 3 “ do 534 60.  
1791 April 7 “ do 998 60.  
May 2 “ do 1046 30.  
August 30 “ do 1235 30.  
270.  
For the education of George M. White Eyes an Indian Youth, pursuant to the respective Acts of the 13 October 1781 and the 21 September 1787.12
1789 Novemr 30 To Warrant No. 104 110.72
John Paulding, pursuant to an Act of the 30 of November 1780.13
1789 Novemr 30 To Warrant No. 120 71.04
“ do 121 10.95
1790 March 2 “ do 235 50.  
April 3 “ do 329 50.  
July 2 “ do 525 50.  
October 8 “ do 704 50.  
1791 May 7 “ do 1061 100.  
381.99
 
James McKenzie, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed Septemr. 15, 1783.14
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 128 17.78
“ do 129 2.22
1791 March 16 “ do 938 50.  
Novemr 17 “ do 1355 30.  
100.  
Joseph Brusselle, pursuant to an Act of the 15 September 1783.15
1789 Decemr. 1 To Warrant No. 130 17.78
“ do 131 2.22
1790 Decemr. 30 “ do 789 40.  
1791 April 7 “ do 1000 20.  
July 26 “ do 1194 10.  
Novemr 11 “ do 1351 10.  
100.  
David Williams, pursuant to an Act of the 3 of November 1780.16
1789 Decemr. 7 To Warrant No. 137 70.44
“ do 138 11.10
1790 Januay 22 “ do 192 50.  
1791 Februy 24 “ do 911 200.  
331.54
Richard Gridley, pursuant to the Acts of Novemr. 17, 1775, and February 26, 1781.17
1789 Decemr. 24 To Warrant No. 152 444.40
1790 July 28 “ do 574 444.40
1791 July 15 “ do 1180 444.40
1 333.20
The Youngest Children of the late Major General Warren pursuant to an Act of Congress passed July 1st. 1780.18
1789 Decemr. 28 To Warrant No. 154 450.  
1790 April 13 “ do 421 450.  
Novemr 20 “ do 746 450.  
1791 July 7 “ do 1161 450.  
1 800.  
For the education of the Eldest Son of the late Major General Warren pursuant to the Acts of Congress of the 8 April 1777 and June 4 1788.19
1790 Februy 1 To Warrant No. 200 400.  
 
Isaac Van Wart, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed November 3, 1780.20
1790 June 10 To Warrant No. 509 200.  
April 20 “ do 1030 182.42
382.42
Lieutenant Colonel de Touzard pursuant to an Act of Congress passed the 27 October 1778.21
1790 June 14 To Warrant No. 511 1 440.  
Lewis Joseph de Beaulieu pursuant to an Act passed August 5, 1782.22
1790 March 29 To Warrant No. 264 200.  
1791 Februy 24 “ do 910 200.  
400.  
For the education of the Youngest Son of the late General Hugh Mercer pursuant to an Act of the 8 of April 1777.23
1790 August 3 To Warrant No. 586 400.  
1791 May 7 “ do 1059 800.  
1 200.  
Frederick William Baron de Steuben, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed June 4, 1790.24
1790 August 13 To Warrant No. 601 1250.  
October 2 “ do 682 625.  
1791 Januy 12 “ do 827 625.  
April 5 “ do 984 625.  
July 5 “ do 1142 625.  
October 4 “ do 1287 625.  
4 375.  
John Jordan pursuant to an Act of Congress passed September 15, 1783.25
1790 Decemr. 17 To Warrant No. 778 50.  
1791 Januay 21 “ do 860 10.  
April 9 “ do 1008 10.  
July 2 “ do 1137 10.  
October 25 “ do 1330 10.  
90.  
13,102.96
Total amount of the Civil List 757,134.45
 
War Department
Henry Knox Secretary at War, for monies advanced for the use of the War Department.
1790 June 10 To Warrant No. 508 12,400.  
August 24 “ do 634 1 300.  
1791 Februy 23 “ do 868 10 000.  
23,700.  
Joseph Howell Junior Acting-Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army accounts for monies advanced to be by him applied towards the support of the Military Establishment of the United States.
1789 October 10 To Warrant No. 79 24 177.54
1790 March 30 “ do 269 2 242.  
June 5 “ do 506 2 500.  
August 17 “ do 612 811.  
Septem 8 “ do 658 8 438.  
15 “ do 662 1 906.20
October 13 “ do 714 500.  
Novem 1 “ do 733 3 000.  
“ do 734 10 000.  
13 “ do 737 3 000.  
16 “ do 739 10 926.  
Decemr. 15 “ do 775 15 000.  
24 “ do 785 5 000.  
1791 Januy 14 “ do 835 6 000.  
Februy 9 “ do 877 5 000.  
March 4 “ do 929 10 000.  
“ do 930 11 002.20
11 “ do 935 10 000.  
23 “ do 949 15 000.  
April 5 “ do 982 10 000.  
11 “ do 1011 18 500.  
21 “ do 1031 22 500.  
30 “ do 1044 8 000.  
May 9 “ do 1065 40 000.  
31 “ do 1081 20 000.  
June 14 “ do 1099 13 387.44
17 “ do 1104 32 000.  
July 9 “ do 1167 7 500.  
19 “ do 1183 4 000.  
Augst. 5 “ do 1220 7 000.  
22 “ do 1229 2 554.59
24 “ do 1231 5 000.  
Septem 7 “ do 1240 5 000.  
13 “ do 1246 8 296.53
17 “ do 1248 1 500.  
349,741.50
 
Robert Elliott and Eli Williams Contractors for the supply of the Army on the western Frontiers.
1789 Septem 29 To Warrant No. 73 4 000.  
Novem 5 “ do 86 2 000.  
Decem 7 “ do 139 2 000.  
31 “ do 159 2 000.  
1790 May 19 “ do 486 20 000.  
August 24 “ do 635 15 000.  
1791 March 8 “ do 933 30 000.  
June 15 “ do 1102 15 000.  
22 “ do 1116 15 000.  
Septem 13 “ do 1247 6 000.  
111,000.  
William Hill Contractor for Clothing, for the use of the Army.
1789 Novem 24 To Warrant No. 96 6 500.  
Decem 7 “ do 142 5 000.  
22 “ do 150 1 500.  
1790 January 2 “ do 162 2 200.  
5 “ do 165 1 500.  
“ do 166 1 323.59
1791 June 1 “ do 1084 10 000.  
28,023.59
For Provision supplied the Troops at West Point and New York.
1789 Decemr. 1 To Smith and Wyckoff Warrt. No. 126 938.67
“ do do 127 52.55
15 “ do do 145 175.51
To Melancton Smith do 146 71.99
1790 Januay 25 “ do do 194 141.77
March 27 “ do do 258 227.30
“ do do 261 399.42
April 10 “ do do 400 761.37
May 10 “ do do 477 58.46
June 18 “ do do 516 58.54
July 8 “ do do 550 55.44
Septemr 6 “ do do 650 57.28
30 “ do do 671 57.28
Novem 20 “ do do 745 55.44
“ do do 747 57.28
Decemr. 28 “ do do 787 52.41
1791 Januay 22 “ do do 850 52.08
April 5 “ do do 989 106.20
May 13 “ do do 1068 109.80
July 22 “ do do 1191 105.39
October 13 “ do do 1315 106.02
Novem 14 “ do do 1353 107.28
3,807.48
For Supplies furnished the Troops at Springfield, including some provisions issued in Boston.
1789 Decemr. 29 To William Smith Warrt. No. 156 800.  
1790 Februay 27 “ do do 230 52.34
March 27 “ Melancton Smith do 259 310.10
“ do do 260 47.53
“ do do 262 328.70
April 16 “ William Smith do 439 46.37
19 “ Melancton Smith do 443 29.12
1 614.16
Stephen Moor for the Rent and Purchase of West Point.
For Rent.
1790 March 4 To Warrant No. 243 400.  
Novem 24 “ do 752 380.16
Decem 10 “ do 771   37.50
817.66
For the Purchase.
Novem 25 To Warrant No. 755 6196.75
Decem 16 “ do 777 5000.  
11,196.75
12,014.41
Royal Flint Contractor, for Clothing furnished the Army.
1790 April 1 To Warrant No. 283 6 000.  
3 “ do 315 2 000.  
Septem 17 “ do 664 6 000.  
October 12 “ do 711 5 750.  
1791 Januay 7 “ do 815 993.58
20,743.58
John Habersham Agent for supplying the Troops in the State of Georgia.
1790 Novemr. 30 To Warrant No. 758 337.45
1791 October 15 “ do 1319 78.79
1792 Januay 17 “ do 1485 99.86
516.10
Theodosius Fowler Contractor for supplying the Troops in the Western Territories.
1791 March 22 To Warrant No. 946 10,000.  
April 7 “ do 1004 15,000.  
25 “ do 1036 15 000.  
May 7 “ do 1063 20 000.  
July 13 “ do 1179 10 000.  
70,000.  
 
John Shepherd and Robert Smith Contractors, for Clothing supplied the Army.
1791 April 29 To Warrant No. 1042 11,000.  
Samuel and John Smith for supplies furnished Capt. Alexander Trumans Company of federal Troops from the 22 day of July 1790 to the 28 day of Decemr. following, pursuant to instructions from the Secretary at War.
1791 Januay 18 To Warrant No. 843 643.21
Monies Advanced to Agents for the Purpose of
Paying Pensions Due to Invalids.
State of New Hampshire.
1791 Februy 9 To William Gardner, Warrt. No. 878 4074.67
August 4 “ do do 1208 2040.  
6,114.67
State of Massachusetts.
1791 Februy 9 To Nathaniel Appleton, Warrt. 879 12586.75
August 4 “ do do 1209 6294.  
18,880.75
State of Rhode Island.
1790 Februy 4 To Jeremiah Olney, Warrt. No. 206 900.  
22 “ do do 226 500.  
May 15 “ do do 483 1454.  
2854.  
From which deduct the amount of Warrant No. 60 date Feb. 27, 1792 being so much repaid into the Treasury 36.08
2817.92
1791 Februy 9 To Jabez Bowen, Warrt. No. 880 2981.  
August 4 “ do do 1210 1490.  
7,288.92
State of Connecticut.
1791 Februy 9 To William Imlay Warrt. No. 881 8048.86
August 4 “ do do 1211 4024.  
12,072.86
State of New York.
1790 March 3 To John Lamb, Warrt. No. 237 8000.  
August 9 “ do do 594 5656.68
Septemr. 30 “ do do 670 2137.32
1791 Februy 9 To John Cochran do 882 17280.  
August 4 “ do do 1212 8640.  
41,714.  
 
State of New Jersey.
1790 March 1 To John Halsted Warrt. No. 231 1700.  
May 27 “ do do 494 2500.  
1791 Februy 9 To James Ewing do 883 4534.27
August 4 “ do do 1213 2267.  
11,001.27
State of Pennsylvania.
1790 Februy 22 To Sharp Delany, Warrt. No. 225 8300.  
June 3 “ do do 503 8250.  
16,550.  
From which deduct the amount of Warrant No. 17 dated Mar 19, 1790 being so much
3 000.  
13 550.  
1791 Februy 9 To Thomas Smith, Warrt. No. 884 16 767.45
August 4 “ do do 1214 8 383.  
38,700.45
State of Delaware.
1790 June 17 To George Bush, Warrt. No. 514 1008.  
July 31 “ do do 577 1008.  
1791 Februy 9 To James Tilton, do 885 2136.  
August 4 “ do do 1215 1068.  
5,220.  
State of Maryland.
1791 Februy 9 To Thomas Harwood, Warrt. No. 886 4140.56
August 4 “ do do 1216 2070.  
6,210.56
State of Virginia.
1790 Februy 5 To William Heth Warrt. No. 207 2500.  
June 3 “ do do 502 2188.33
August 7 “ do do 593 4033.33
1791 Februy 9 To John Hopkins do 887 9513.33
August 4 “ do do 1217 4757.  
22,991.99
State of North Carolina.
1790 Februy 9 To John Haywood Warrt. No. 204 300.  
May 15 “ do do 482 420.  
1791 Februy 9 To William Skinner do 888 886.  
1,606.  
 
State of South Carolina.
1791 Februy 9 To John Neufville Warrt. No. 809 3,000.  
State of Georgia.
1791 Februay 9 To Richard Wylly, Wart. No. 889 674.41
August 4 “ do do 1219 338.  
1,012.41
175,813.88
Total amount 808,617.91
For Defraying the Expenses of Negotiations or
Treaties of Peace with the Indian Tribes.
Henry Knox Commissioner for effecting Negotiations or Treaties with the Indian Tribes, for monies advanced to him in pursuance of the respective Acts of Congress passed August 7, 178926 and July 12, 1790.27
1789 Septem 29 To Warrant No. 74 20,000.  
1790 August 17 “ do 613  7,000.  
Total amount 27,000.  
For the Reimbursement of Temporary Loans
Obtained by the Secretary of the Treasury,
and Payment of Interest Due Thereon.
No.
1789 Novem 11 To Joseph Howell Junior, Warrt. 88 1,600.  
Decemr 31
To the President Directors and
Compy. of the bank of North
America, Wart.
}
158 50,940.  
1790 April 3 “ do do 319 39,060.  
June 8 “ do do 507 886.28
90,886.28
1789 Decemr. 31
To the President Directors and
Company of the bank of New York Wart.
}
160 38,402.94
“ do do 161 10,000.  
1790 April 1 “ do do 311 53,132.80
May 8 “ do do 476 43,405.15
22 “ do do 491 11,779.76
156,720.65
249,206.93
From this deduct the amount of the sums borrowed Vizt.
From the President Directors and Compy. of the bank of New York.
1789 Septemr. 13 Received on Warrant No. 1 20,000.  
14 do do 3 30 000.  
October 1 do do 5 20 000.  
Decemr. 1 do do 7 10 000.  
1790 February 17 do do 14 20 000.  
May 29 do do 20 30 000.  
April 3 do do 21 25 000.   155,000.  
From the President Directors and Company of the bank of North America.
1789 Septem 21 Received on Warrant No. 2 50,000.  
October 10 do do 4 20,000.  
Decr. 2 do do 8 20000.  
And this sum for an over
charge in their interest
account
}
8.81
90,008.81
1789 October 18 From Joseph Howell on Warrt. No. 6 1,600.  
246,608.81
Total amount of expenditure under this head 2,598.12
For the Support of Ministers of the United States
at Foreign Courts.
Thomas Jefferson Secretary of State, for monies advanced to him in pursuance of the Act entitled “An Act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and foreign Nations.”28
1790 August 14 To Warrant No. 605 500.  
Decem 20 “ do 780 1,233.33
Total amount 1,733.33
For the Purpose of Effecting a Recognition of the Treaty of the United States with the New Emperor of Morocco.
Thomas Jefferson Secretary of State for an advance made to him pursuant to the Act entitled “An Act making an Appropriation for the purpose therein mentioned.”29
1791 May 7 To Warrant No. 1062 13,000.  
Revenue Cutters
George Wray Collector for the port of Hampton in the State of Virginia, for an ad-vance made, to be by him applied towards the building and equipment of the Revenue Cutter for the Virginia Station, in pursuance of the Act entitled “An Act to provide more effectually for the Collection of the duties imposed by Law on Goods, Wares and Mer-chandize imported into the United States and on the Tonnage of Ships or Vessels”.30
1791 Septemr 1 To Warrant No. 1236 570.  
Towards Discharging Certain Debts Contracted by Abraham Skinner Late Commissary of Prisoners.
1790 October 13 To Doctor James J. Van Beuren for Medicine and attendance on sundry Officers of the late Army whilst in captivity on Long Island   Warrt. No. 717 306.92
To Rutgert Van Brunt and Richard Stilivell Agents for the under-mentioned persons, for the amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island
Vizt.   Warrt. No. 718.
Isaac Denyse 309.94
Charity Ryder 339.99
William Johnson 163.12
Joost Stilwell 325.99
Hendrick Van Cleef 163.14
Rem Van Cleef 235.40
Rutgert Stilwell 22.  
Samuel Gerretsen 386.50
William G. Van Dyker 302.73
Court Jansen 49.75
Daniel Lake 433.25
Lawrence Ryder 369.27
John Boyce Junr. 141.69
Bemardus Ryder 500.74
Stephen Voorhees 405.72
Ferdinandus Van Sicklen 413.97
Hendrick Wyckoff 232.54
Albert Terhune 90.33
Richard Stilwell Junr. 80.14
Sarah Emmens 193.69
Abraham Emmens 85.  
John Foorhest 321.99
John Boyce Senr. 399.97
Cornelius Emmens 116.57
John Emmens 163.43
Albert Voorhees 267.12
 
Richard Stilwell 328.57
Charles Van Cize 276.53
Nicholas Stilwell 327.13
Daniel Boies 30.28
John Glean 264.86
Rutgert Van Brunt 221.72
Anna Stilwell   35.12
7,998.19
1790 October 13 To William Couvenhoven Agent for the undermentioned persons for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army, for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island, Warrt. No. 719 Vizt.
Estate of Garret Kouvenhoven 29.14
Ditto of Peter Kouvenhoven 314.25
Abraham Voorhis 290.87
Estate of Roelof Voorhis 320.71
Do of Joost Wyckoff 330.56
Do of Thomas Whitlock 19.44
Nicholas Schenck 254.56
Eida Stryker 345.67
Johannes Stoothoff 137.43
Barent Johnson 228.28
Mary Stoothoff 196.43
Elias Hubbard 350.70
Johannes Remsent 343.13
Garret Wyckoff 353.98
Thomas Elsworth 273.18
Peter Vander Bilt 287.14
Ulpianus Van Sinderen 409.57
Martin Schenck 339.70
Joost Van Nuys 331.43
Peter Wyckoff 282.53
Peter Lott 201.88
Willemtie Ammerman 290.38
Folkert Sprong 298.58
Wilhemus Stoothoff 175.14
Estate of W. Stoothoff Senr. 160.30
Isaac Slover 120.53
Estate of Hendrick Lott 368.87
Derick Remsen 334.81
Johannes Ditmars 500.51
7,889.70
1790 October 13 To John Vanderveer and Johannes I. Lott Agents for the undermentioned persons, for amount of sundry orders drawn by the Officers of the late Army for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrt. No. 720 Vizt.
John Vander Veer 528.25
Garret Boerum 378.25
Roeloff Lott 181.13
Stephen Ryder 279.98
Johannes Boerum 279.44
Dominicus Vander Veer 243.50
Jacob Snedicker 303.  
 
Nicholas Wyckoff 11.12
Isaac Snedicker 230.28
Hendrick Wyckoff 314.84
Cornelius Wyckoff 319.99
Jacob Cozine 30.  
Isaac Eldert 56.  
Johannes Eldert 50.58
Femmetic Eldert 50.57
Jacob Field 143.70
Nicholas Williamson 344.22
John Williamson 262.85
Anne Van Cleef 129.68
Mauris Lott 48.57
Joseph Howard 216.  
Johannes Lott 338.34
Daniel Rapalje 332.58
Hannah Lefferts 64.  
Margaret Cornell 248.56
5,385.43
1790 October 13 To Nicholas Cowenhoven, Simon Cortelyou and Adrian Hageman Agents for the undermentioned persons, for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army, for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrt. No. 721 Vizt.
Anne Denyse 314.85
Adrian Hageman 268.29
Jacques Denyse 28.  
Isaac Cortelyou 125.80
Casper Cropsey 50.57
Hendrick Johnson 85.71
Helmus Van Nuys 57.41
John Vankerk Van Nuys 330.57
Ferdinand Johnson 114.  
John Blake 94.08
Rem Van Pelt 90.  
Ast Van Pelt 129.44
Peter Van Pelt 244.56
Johannes Cowenhoven 313.08
Garret Cowenhoven 355.12
Evert Suydam 257.50
Adrian Van Brunt 256.86
Nicholas Gronendyck 276.63
Wilhelmus Van Nuys 184.  
William Van Brunt 83.44
Mary Emans 177.46
William Barre 347.72
Peter Vander Bilt 219.24
John Van Duyn 173.71
Isaac Van Brunt   94.28
4,672.32
1790 October 13 To Aquila Giles and Johannes E. Lott Agents for the undermentioned persons, for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army, for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrant No. 722 Vizt.
Jacob Lefferts 252.28
Geashe Bergen 219.12
Jeremiah Vander Bilt 508.53
Martha Garrison 22.  
Leffert Lefferts 324.08
Garret Marteson 360.79
Philip Nagle 281.14
Rem Hageman 94.12
Rem Vander Bilt 234.28
Sytie Hageman 362.84
Peter Lefferts 330.36
Jacobus Vander Veer 129.17
Hendrick Vander Veer 214.53
Adrian Voorhees 375.67
Jacob Suydam 456.53
Marrietta Lott 276.18
Johannes E. Lott 240.28
Hendrick Suydam first 368.27
Hendrick Suydam second 308.57
Cornelius Vander Veer 741.68
Johannes Ditmars 368.05
Cornelius Van Duyn 330.53
John Van Duyn 347.36
Garret A. Mortense 312.86
John Bennem 247.29
Gabriel Ellison 145.12
Peter Antonidas 94.27
John Striker 352.55
Michael Striker 224.  
Johannes Van Sicklen 374.59
Hendrick L. Suydam 245.65
Peter Wyckoff 221.14
Wynant Bennett 124.27
Wynant Van Pelt 68.  
John A. Hageman 242.85
Peter Nefus 333.38
10,132.33
1790 October 13 To Samuel Hubbard Agent for the undermentioned persons for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army, for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island
Warrant No. 723 Vizt.
Samuel Hubbard 36.  
James Hubbard 315.13
Rem Williamson 107.77
Samuel Striker 102.56
Cornelius Striker   42.  
603.46
1790 October 13 To Peter Vandervoort Agent for Joseph Smith for an order drawn by Ebenzer Carson late a Lieutenant in the tenth Pennsylvania Regiment, for his subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrt. No. 724 58.28
 
To Denyse Van Duyn administrator to the Estate of Garret Van Duyn, for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrt. No. 725 215.62
To Aquila Giles Assignee of John Cowenhoven Executor to the Estate of Garret Cowenhoven deceased for amount of an order drawn by Elihu Hall late an Ensign in the first Maryland Regiment, for his subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrt. No. 726 163.12
1790 October 13 To Nathaniel Lawrence Assignee of Dominicus Vander Veer for amount of an order drawn by Nathaniel Lawrence late a Lieutenant in the second North Carolina Regiment, for his subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrant No. 727 42.  
1790 Decemr. 2 To William Boyd Agent for Johannes Lott Administrator to the Estate of Hendrick A. Lott, for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army, for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island, Warrt. No. 761 244.  
11 To William Rogers on behalf of Joseph Winter Agent for the undermentioned persons, for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers of the late Army, for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island Warrant No. 773 Vizt.
Peter Cornell 371.84
Garret Striker 270.72
642.56
31 To Aquila Giles Agent for Sarah Van Nuys, for amount of sundry orders drawn by Officers in the late Army for their subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island—Warrant No. 791 311.14
1790 Decr. 31 To Aquila Giles Agent for Jeremiah Vander Bilt for a balance due on an order drawn by Captain de Utrecht, for his subsistence whilst in captivity on Long Island. Warrant No. 792 18.06
Total amount 38,683.13
Towards Discharging Certain Debts Contracted by Colonel Timothy Pickering Late Quartermaster General.
1790 Decemr. 22 To Charles Bitters Assignee for John Dill, for a balance of pay and subsistence due to the said John Dill as Clerk in the Quarter Master Generals Office from the first of June 1782 to the 31 of October 1784. Warrant No. 783 363.  
1791 Januay 7 To Michael Connelly Assignee of Mary Mandevil, for damage done to her Farm in the Year 1781 Warrant No. 818 34.36
To Michael Connelly Assignee of Mary Dusenberg, for Officers Quarters and damage done to her Lands in the Year 1782. Warrant No. 819 126.04
 
April 14 To William Graham Attorney for David Wolfe late Assistant Deputy Quarter Master under Hugh Hughes Deputy Quarter Master for the State of New York, for his pay from the first of January to the 16 of October 1782, and for sundry disbursements during the same period; Wart. No. 1022 930.68
Total amount 1,454.08
For Paying Interest on the Domestic Debt of the United States.
William Gardner Comissioner of Loans for the State of New Hampshire, for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 25 To Warrant No. 1107 2400.  
Septemr 8 “ do 1241 4000.  
1792 Januy 13 “ do 1458 6000.  
12,400.  
Nathaniel Appleton Commissr. of Loans for the State of Massachusetts for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 March 5 To Warrant No. 923 10,000.  
April 9 “ do 1010 2 500.  
June 21 “ do 1108 50,000.  
Septem 12 “ do 1256 60 000.  
October 12 “ do 1307 30 500.  
1792 Januy 14 “ do 1463 25 000.  
“ do 1464 2 000.  
“ do 1465 3 600.  
“ do 1466 500.  
“ do 1467 17 200.  
201,300.  
From which deduct the amount of a repayment
into the Treasury by Warrant No.
51 dated June 21, 1791
}
28,785.83
172,514.17
Jabez Bowen Commissioner of Loans for the State of Rhode Island for monies advanced to be by him appli’d towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent. Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No. 1109 3500.  
Septemr 10 “ do 1249 4950.  
October 12 “ do 1308 450.  
1792 Januay 14 “ do 1461 3000.  
“ do 1462 4400.  
16,300.  
 
William Imlay Commissioner of Loans for the State of Connecticut for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No. 1110 8200.  
Septem 6 do 1239 7700.  
October 12 do 1309 1200.  
1792 Januay 16 do 1469 400.  
do 1471 3000.  
do 1472 2900.  
23,400.  
John Cochran Commissioner of Loans for the State of New York for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No. 1114 26 250.  
25 “ do 1127 55 000.  
Septem 27 “ do 1257 60 000.  
October 1 “ do 1269 30 000.  
Decemr. 23 “ do 1371 90 000.  
261,250.  
James Ewing, Commissioner of Loans for the State of New Jersey, for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 March 24 To Warrant No. 950 5 000.  
Septem 20 “ do 1252 10 000.  
27 “ do 1258 10 000.  
Decem 23 “ do 1370 7 000.  
32,000.  
Thomas Smith Commissr. of Loans for the State of Pennsylvania for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 March 31 To Warrant No. 964 12,961.97
“ do 965 2 735.40
June 28 “ do 1128 32 000.  
Septem 30 “ do 1267 33 000.  
Decem 30 “ do 1402 33 791.28
114,488.65
James Tilton Commissioner of Loans for the State of Delaware for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No. 1113 170.  
Septem 20 “ do 1253 2 000.  
Decem 23 “ do 1372 500.  
2,670.  
 
Thomas Hardwood Commissioner of Loans for the State of Maryland, for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No. 1111 6 400.  
Septem 20 “ do 1251 21 150.  
October 12 “ do 1310 25 000.  
“ do 1313 3 000.  
1792 Januay 16 “ do 1473 2 550.  
58,100.  
John Hopkins Commissioner of Loans for the State of Virginia, for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No 1115 12 000.  
Septemr. 1 “ do 1237 8 626.  
1792 Januay 16 “ do 1474 9 900.  
30,526.  
From which deduct the amount of Warrant No. 52 dated June 21, 1791, being so much repaid into the Treasury 6,012.  
24,514.  
William Skinner Commissioner of loans for the State of North Carolina, for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 June 21 To Warrant No. 1112 100.  
Septem 20 “ do 1250 200.  
1792 Januay 17 “ do 1482 1 000.  
1 300.  
John Neufville Commissioner of Loans for the State of South Carolina for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 August 3 To Warrant No. 1204 3 000.  
1792 Januay 17 “ do 1481 3 500.  
6,500.  
Richard Wylly Commissioner of Loans for the State of Georgia for monies advanced to be by him applied towards paying the interest due on the 6 and 3 per cent Stock standing on the books in his Office.
1791 Septem 5 To Warrant No. 1238 250.  
1792 Januay 17 “ do 1478 1 000.  
“ do 1479 349.39
1,599.39
 
Tench Francis Cashier of the Bank of North America for monies advanced to pay the interest due on the Funded and Unfunded Registered Debt standing on the books of the Treasury.
1791 March 31 To Warrant No. 959 20,612.98⁹⁄₁₀
“ do 960 5,982.23⁵⁄₁₀
June 30 “ do 1130 63,998.56
Septem 29 “ do 1264 95,174.80
30 “ do 1268 113,000   
Decem 30 “ do 1401 114,036.76
412,805.34
For Interest payable on Certificates issued to Non-subscribers.
1791 March 31 To Thomas Smith Commissioner of Loans for the State of Pennsylvania—Warrt. No. 966      335.65
Total amount 1,140,177.20
Interest on the Dutch Loans.
For the purchase of Bills of Exchange amounting to one hundred thousand current Guilders, remitted to W. and J. Willink, N. and J. Van Staphorst and Hubbard of Amsterdam, for the purpose of paying Interest on the Dutch Loans.
1790 March 29 To Le Roy and Bayard Warrt. No. 266 20 000.  
April 3 “ do do 317 3 000.  
9 “ do do 395 7 000.  
17 “ do do 440 2 000.  
Septem 30 “ do do 672  3 087.71
Total amount 35,087.71
Interest Due on Loan Office Certificates.
For paying Bills of Exchange drawn on the late Commissioners at Paris, for Interest due on Loan Office Certificates.
1790 March 31 To Jeremiah Wadsworth Warrt. No. 270 288.  
April 5 “ Comfort and Joshua Sands do 332 180.  
May 7 “ James Williams do 473 162.  
August 25 “ Shedden Patrick and Compy do 636 200.  
26 “ Thomas Learning Junior do 638 36.  
Septem 28 “ Benjamin Harrison Junr. do 669 24.  
October 6 “ George Joy do 701 12.  
Novem 20 “ John Mitchell Junr. do 744 24.  
1791 Januay 12 “ Jeremiah Wadsworth do 828 72.  
14 “ John Harback do 833 168.  
17 “ Jacob Lawerswyler do 840 30.  
 
19 “ Richard Adams do 846 40.  
“ do do 847 20.  
Februy 1 “ Thomas Tillyer do 865 54.  
“ Robert Patterson do 866 18.  
16
“ Samuel A. Otis Agent for
John Hurd
}
do 897 48.  
17 “ Edward Fox do 900 30.  
“ Andrew Porter do 901 24.  
“ Joseph Mercier do 902 18.  
24 “ Samuel Dunn do 912 108.  
“ Joshua Sands do 913 42.  
“ Josiah Hews do 914 108.  
March 1
“ Willing Morris and Swanwick in
behalf of Samuel Ingliss and Co
}
do 922 825.  
4 “ Willing Morris and Swanwick do 928 12.  
June 24 “ George Tudor do 1121 30.  
24
“ Lewis Deblois Agent for
James F. Sebor
}
do 1122 12.  
“ Mark Pichard do 1123 120.  
“ James Glentworth do 1124 186.  
“ Cornelius Barnes Agent for
Alexander Kieth & Co
}
do 1125 30.  
“ Thomas G. Pollard do 1126 60.  
July 11
“ Joseph Hopkinson Executor to
the Estate of Frans. Hopkinson
deceased
}
do 1170 120.  
21
“ James Gibson Attorney for Anne
Gibson Executrix to the Estate
of John Gibson
}
do 1186 156.  
August 19
“ Henry Drinker Junior Executor to
the Estate of Richard Vaux deceased
}
do 1227 36.  
October 4 “ George Mead do 1282 60.  
“ William Irvine do 1283 84.  
5
“ John White Agent for John
Templeman
}
do 1291 12.  
Novem 9 “ Jonathan Sturgess do 1348 48.  
Decemr. 7 “ Charles Jarvis do 1365    36.  
Total amount 3,533.  
For the Support and Repairs of Light Houses, Beacons, Buoys and Public Piers.
Benjamin Lincoln Superintendant of the Light houses in the State of Massachusetts.
1790 Novem 30 To Warrant No. 757 4,345.67⅓
Thomas Randall Superintendant of the Light house at Sandy Hook.
1790 May 28 To Warrant No. 495 1670.90
June 1 “ do 499 266.10
August 17 “ do 611 415.80
October 8 “ do 703 268.63
 
1791 Februay 11 “ do 891 184.75
April 23 “ do 1034 555.31
July 12 “ do 1176 202.97
October 28 “ do 1336 264.06
3,828.52
William Allibone Superintendant of the Light House at Cape Henlopen, and of the beacons, buoys and public piers in the Bay and River Delaware.
1790 May 3 To Warrant No. 468 4000.  
Novem 30 “ do 759 1000.  
1791 March 22 “ do 945 800.  
June 29 “ do 1129 940.  
Septem 28 “ do 1262 640.  
Decem 26 “ do 1374 425.  
7,805.  
John McComb Junior on account of his contract with the Secretary of the Treasury, for erecting a light house on Cape Henry in the State of Virginia.
1791 Decem 22 To Warrant No. 1369 6,000.  
Edward Blake Superintendant of the Light house, beacons, buoys and public piers in the State of So. Carolina.
1791 March 8 To Warrant No. 932   612.75
Total amount 22,591.94
For Defraying the Contingent Charges of Government.
1790 August 17 To Peter R. Maverick for sundry Seals furnished for the use of the supreme and circuit Courts; Warrt. No. 610 91.08
27 “ Royal Flint Agent for Jeremiah Wadsworth, for the amount of an account against the United States, for apprehending the Cranes and other persons concerned in counterfeiting public securities Warrant No. 639 1,061.  
31 “ Mark Leavenworth Agent for Amos Doolittle for a Seal made by the said Doolittle for the District Court of Connecticut, Warrant No. 644 8.  
Septem 2 “ Peter R. Maverick for a Seal for the District Court of Rhode Island, Warrant No. 646 5.50
October 4 “ Cyrus Griffin for a seal and an iron screw procured by him for the use of the circuit and district Courts of the State of Virginia, Warrant No. 685 19.33
1791 Januay 26 “ George Thatcher, for so much paid by David Sewall for a Seal for the use of the District Court of Main, Warrant No. 855, 9.  
July 12 “ Andrew G. Fraunces Agent for Peter R. Maverick, for a Seal furnished by the said Maverick for the use of the District Court of New York, Warrant No. 1177 11.79
 
1791 Septem 13 “ John Sitgreaves of Philadelphia Attorney for John Sitgreaves Judge for the District of North Carolina, for a seal made by William Johnston for the use of the Court of said District, Warrt. No. 1245 10.  
October 21 “ John Brown Assignee of Harry Innes Judge for the District of Kentucky for amount of a seal made by David Humphreys for the use of said District, Warrant No. 1323    10.  
Total amount 1,225.70
FOR THE REDUCTION OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.
For monies advanced to sundry persons Agents for the President of the Senate, the Chief Justice, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Treasury and the Attorney General, who, by virtue of the Act entitled “An Act making provision for the reduction of the Public Debt”31 are impowered to make purchases of the Debt of the United States.
1790 Decemr. 15 To Samuel Meredith Treasurer, Warrt. No. 776 200,000.  
1791 January 26 “ do do 856 50,000.  
Septem 29 “ do do 1265 149,984.23
399,984.23
Februy 5
To Benjamin Lincoln Collector
for the District of Boston
}
do 869 50,000.  
To William Heth Collector for
the District of Bermuda
hundred
}
do 870 50,000.  
Septem 29
To William Seton Cashier of
the Bank of New York
}
do 1266 200,000.  
Total amount 699,984.23
Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the United States.
For compensation to the Marshals and their Assistants for taking the number of Inhabitants within their respective Districts, in pursuance of the Act entitled, “An Act providing for the enumeration of the Inhabitants of the United States.”32
1791 Februay 14 To Jonathan Jackson Marshal for the District of Massachusetts, Warrant No. 893 2,892.18
15 To John Cochran on account of the expenses incurred by the Marshal for the District of New York. Warrt. No. 895 1,000.  
April 25 To Henry Knox Agent for Edward Carrington Marshal for the District of Virginia, Warrant No. 1035 3,300.  
May 18 To Thomas Lowrey Marshal for the District of New Jersey, Warrt. No.1072 1,300.  
20 To Allen McLane Marshal for the District of Delaware, Warrt. No. 1073 377.  
 
June 14 To William S. Smith Marshal for the State of New York, Warrt. No. 1098 1,000.  
15 To Hezekiah B. Pierpont Attorney for Philip B. Bradley Marshal for the District of Connecticut, Warrt. No. 1101 1,584.  
July 8 To Tobias Lear Agent for John Parker Marshal for the District of New Hampshire, Warrant No. 1166 1,030.  
23 To Clement Biddle Marshal for the District of Pennsylvania, Warrant No.1193 2,500.  
28 To Nathaniel Ramsey Marshal for the District of Maryland, Warrt. No. 1198 1,960.  
August 4 To John Skinner Marshal for the District of North Carolina, Warrant No. 1205 1,730.  
To Robert Forsyth Marshal for the District of Georgia, Warrant No. 1207 1,080.  
10 To William Peck Marshal for the District of Rhode Island, Warrant No. 1224 376.  
October 25 To John Brown Assignee of Samuel McDowell Senior Attorney for Samuel McDowell Junior Marshal for the District of Kentucky, Warrt. No. 1329 250.  
29 To James Sawyer one of the Assistants to Lewis R. Morris Marshal for the District of Vermont Warrt. No. 1340   211.53
Total amount 20,590.71
For Satisfying Miscellaneous Claims in Relation
Both to the Late and Present Government.
Under this Head are also Included. The Expenses Incurred in Consequence of Removing the Seat of Government from New York to Philadelphia. The Distribution of Prizes Captured by the Squadron Under the Command of John Paul Jones. The Cost of Hydrometers for the Use of the Officers of the Customs. The Expense of Certificates Prepared for the Funded Debt, and, Payments Made for Executing the Surveys Directed by An Act of Congress Passed June 6, 1788.33
1790 April 7 To William S. Smith, Egbert Benson and Daniel Parker late Commissioners for superintending the evacuation of the City of New York by the British Troops, for a balance due to them—Warrt. No. 374 1,000.  
June 1 To Royal Flint Attorney for Catherine Greene Assignee of P. G. J. Ludovicus Baron de Glaubeck, for one fifth of the amount of the said Barons pay as a Captain in the service of the United States, allowed by an Act of Congress passed Septemr. 29, 178934—Warrant No. 498 140.26
 
July 7 To Jehoiakim McTocksin for his services as Interpreter and Guide in the expedition commanded by Major General Sullivan in the Year 1779, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed the 26 March last35—Warrt. No. 541 120.  
To John McCord in full for his claims and demands against the United States, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed the first Instant36—Warrant No. 542 1,309.71
August 13 To Francis Christopher Mantel Attorney to Le Ray de Chaumont the younger Attorney to Le Ray de Chaumont, the elder towards discharging certain demands of the said Le Ray de Chaumont the elder on the United States; Warrant No. 602 9 051.33
14 To Seth Harding for services on board the Alliance Frigate during the late War pursuant to an Act of Congress passed the 11 Instant37—Warrant No. 606 200.  
20 To Constant Freeman of the Province of Quebeck for a bill of exchange dated Quebeck Augst. 5, 1776 drawn by William Thompson, Wm. Irvine, Christopher Green, John Lamb, Timothy Bigelow and Daniel Morgan on Meredith and Clymer for 1677⁷⁰⁄₁₀₀ Dolls with Interest and sundry charges thereon; Warrant No. 623 3 123.28
Septemr. 11 To Israel Ludlow for a balance due to him for executing a survey of a tract of Country sold to Messrs. Cutler and Sargent by the late Board of Treasury; Warrt. No. 660 541.75
October 11 To Thomas Franklin Junior for his commission as Auctioneer on the sale of lands in the Western Territory by order of the late Board of Treasury—Warrt. No. 707 48.  
Novemr. 11 To James O’Hara late Contractor for supply the Troops on the Western Frontier, for provisions seized from him after the expiration of his contract by the commanding Officer at Post St. Vincennes; Wart. No. 736 1 755.42
22 To Israel Ludlow for his expenses in bringing forward to the Seat of Government a return of surveys made of a tract of Country sold to Messrs. Cutler and Sargent, and for executing four draughts of the same by direction of the Secretary of the Treasury—Warrant No. 748 249.  
To Israel Ludlow Agent for Absalome Martin, for executing a survey in the Year 1788 of the Western boundry line of the tract of Country sold to Messrs. Cutler and Sargent—Warrant No. 749 365.50
 
25 To Joseph Nourse Assignee of Samuel Baird for executing a survey of the land at Post Vincennes granted to the Inhabitants of said place pursuant to the Act of Congress of the 29th of August 178838—Warrant No. 753 120.  
Decemr 7 To Henry Knox Assignee of James OHara for sundry charges made by the said O Hara in his account of rations of provisions delivered at Muskingum, between the first of December 1787 and the 30 of June 1788; Warrant No. 767 2,876.45
To Henry Knox Assignee of James OHara for supplies furnished by the said OHara to the Troops at Post St. Vincennes, Fort Harmar and the Rapids of the Ohio in the Year 1788—Warrant No. 768 1 197.34
To John Leamy Agent for Joseph Ignatius Viar Attorney for Joseph Gardoqui and Sons of Bilboa, for a balance due to the said Gardoqui and Sons on the books of Thomas Barclay late Commissioner for adjusting accounts in Europe; Wart. No. 769 502.86
21 To Caleb Brewster late a Lieutenant in the service of the United States pursuant to an Act of Congress passed the eleventh day of August last39—Warrant No. 781 348.57
1791 Januay 18 To Benjamin Goodhue Agents for Francis Dana for the service and expense of a private Secretary employed by the said Francis Dana whilst on his embassy at the Court of Petersburgh, pursuant to an Act of Congress passed the 2nd. of October 178740—Warrant No. 845 2 410.03
24 To William Bell Attorney for J. Henry Laurens, Administrator to the Estate of Lieutenant Colonel Laurens deceased for a balance due to the said Lieutenant Col. Laurens as special Minister from the United States to the Court of Versailles in the Year 1781—Warrant No. 852 6 017.31
Februy 17 To Richard Platt Agent for Elnathan Haskell late Commissioner of accounts for the Eastern District for sundry contingent expenses of the said Commissioners Office which accrued in the Years 1787 and 1788—Warrant No. 904 47.57
18 To Samuel Baird for executing surveys of the lands at Post Vincennes granted to the Inhabitants of said place, pursuant to an Act of Congress of the 29 of August 178841—Warrant No. 905 80.  
March 1 To Samuel Meredith Treasurer of the United States for charges of protests on three bills of exchange drawn on James Hunter and for commissions on deposits lodged in the Bank of Massachusetts—Warrt. No. 920 178.73
 
19 To John M. St. Clair for laying off and drawing a plan of the Town of Cahokia by direction of the Governor of the Western Territory—Warrant No. 941 60.  
31 To Nicholas Gilman Agent for Simon Knowles and John Whittor late Soldiers in the second New Hampshire Regiment, for services performed in the Year 1783—Warrant No. 968 13.32
April 6 To Nicholas Gilman Agent for James Sinkler and William Hill late Soldiers in the second New Hampshire Regiment for services performed in the Year 1783; Warrant No. 993 16.66
June 24 To Andrew G. Fraunces for expenses incurred in fitting out a barge for the late Board of Treasury, Secretary for foreign Affairs and Secretary at War in order to attend the President of the United States at Elizabeth Town, by order of the said Board of Treasury; Warrant No. 1117 30.92
August 17 To M. Jean de Ternant Minister Plenipotentiary of the Court of France at the United States Attorney for the heirs or representatives of the late P. C. J. B. Tronson du Coudrai deceased, pursuant to a Resolve of Congress dated September 25, 178142—Warrant No. 1225 2 977.24
19 To John Fenno, for printing done for the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury in the months of June and July last—Warrant No. 1226 81.35
22 To Antoine Rene Charles Mathurin de la Forest Vice Consul General of France to the United States, on account of a debt due to the French Government for supplies furnished in the West Indies by the Navy Department of France to sundry Ships of War of the United States; Warrant No. 1230 20,000.  
Decemr. 26 To Thomas Motley keeper of the Gaol in Portland Massachusetts, for the maintenance of three prisoners from the 23rd. of July 1789 to the 4 of June 1790, committed on a charge of piracy and felony on the high Seas—Warrant No. 1377    256.  
55,118.60
Expenses Incurred in Consequence of Removing the Seat of Government from New York to Philadelphia, in Pursuance of the Respective Acts the One Entitled, “An Act for Establishing the Temporary and Permanent Seat of the Government of the United States” And the Other Entitled “An Act in Addition to an Act, Entitled, An Act for Establishing the Salaries of the Executive Officers of Governmt, With Their Assistants and Clerks”.43
1790 Novemr 25 To John Inskeep Agent for J. N. Cumming, for the transportation of public books and papers from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 754 236.25
 
1791 January 29 To Joseph Howell for the expenses of removing the books and papers of the late Office of Commissioner of Army accounts, from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 858 98.26
March 31 To William Simmons Attorney to sundry persons Clerks in the public Offices attached to the Seat of Government, for their expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 963 1,011.28
To Edward Jones Clerk in the Comptrollers Office for his expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia Warrant No. 967 103.80
April 5 To John Stagg Junior, R. J. vanden Brock and Constant Freeman Clerks in the War Office, for their expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 983 122.20
June 24 To Isaac Sherman Clerk in the Treasury Department for his expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 1118 12.  
To Robert Heysham principal Clerk in the Office of the Secretary of the Senate for his expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 1119 12.  
To Benjamin Bankson Clerk in the Office of the Secretary of the Senate, for expenses attending the transportation of public papers under his care from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 1120 7.66
July 6 To David Henly Clerk in the Treasury Department for his expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia—Warrant No. 1150 18.  
15 To John Meyer Agent for George H. Remsen late a Clerk in the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury for expenses incurred by the said Remsen in consequence of the removal from New York to Philadelphia; Warrant No. 1182 12.  
August 9 To Joseph Hardy late principal Clerk in the Comptrollers Office for his expenses incurred by the removal from New York to Philadelphia—Warrt. No. 1222     30.  
1,663.45
Distribution of Prizes Captured by the Squadron Under the Command of John Paul Jones in the North Seas, in Pursuance of An Act of Congress Passed the Eleventh Day of October 1787.44
1790 Decemr. 29 To Joseph Brussells late a boy on board the Ship Bon Homme Richard for his proportion of said prizes—Warrant No. 788 13.16
1791 Februay 8 To Mary Winter Attorney for Thomas Jones late a Seaman on board the Ship Bon Homme Richard, for his proportion of the said prizes—Warrant No. 875 52.66
 
15 “ To Robert Troup Attorney for Matthew Parke Administrator to the Estates of sundry persons late of the Ships Alliance and Bon Homme Richard deceased, for their respective shares of the said prizes—Warrant No. 896 818.74
March 17 To Margaret Hall Administratrix to the Estate of William Phisick deceased, for his proportion of the said prizes; Warrt. No. 939 52.66
April 14 To Samuel A. Otis Attorney for Mary Taylor Administratrix to the Estate of John Combs late a Seaman on board the Ship Alliance deceased, for the said John Combs’s proportion of the said prizes; Warrant No. 1023 35.14
May 2 To Thomas Dupey late a boy on board the Alliance, for his proportion of the said prizes—Warrant No. 1049 36.25
5 “ To Mary Morrison Administratrix to the Estate of Elijah Middlton late a boy on board the Ship Bon Homme Richard deceased, for his proportion of the said prizes—Warrant No. 1058 6.03
July 7 To Joseph Frederick late a Boatswains Mate on board the Ship Alliance for his proportion of the said prizes; Warrt. No. 1159 36.25
October 5 To Nathan Dane Attorney to Josiah Batchelor Junior Administrator to Nathanl. Porter late a Seaman on board the Ship Alliance deceased, for the said Porters proportion of the said prizes—Warrant No. 1294    36.25
1,087.14
Monies Advanced for the Purpose of Paying for Hydrometers Procured for the Use of the Officers of the Customs.
1791 March 10
To Joseph Nourse Register of the Treasury
Warrant No.
934 }
250.  
30 “ do do 957 568.41
June 10 “ do do 1097   200.  
1,018.41
From which deduct this sum repaid into
the Treasury, being the amount of a
Warrant No. 61 dated March 14, 1792
}
529.75
488.66
Payments and Advances Made on Account of Certificates Prepared for the Funded Debt, Pursuant to the Act Entitled, “An Act Making Provision for the Debt of the United States”.45
1791 March 22 To Mark Wilcox for 229¼ Reams of Certificate paper—Warrant No. 948 764.16
25 To Thomas Mendenhall and John Wilson for superintending the making of Certificate paper from the 9 day of Septemr, 1790 to the 18 day of December following; Warrant No. 951 149.32
 
To William Govett for his services in forwarding to the several Commissioners of Loans books of printed Certificates; Warrant No. 952 350.78
To John Wharton, William Govett, Joseph Bullock and Archibald Woodside, for superintending the press for printing Certificates from the 13 day of Septemr, 1790 to the 12 day of March 1791—Warrant No. 953 1 000.  
April 19 To James Muir for binding  46 books of certificates—Warrant No. 1029 258.26
May 5 To Nathan and David Sellers for making moulds for certificate paper; Warrt. No. 1057 74.50
Septem 25 To Joseph Nourse Register of the Treasury to be by him applied towards defraying the expense of printing the several discriptions of Treasury and Loan Office Certificates—Warrant No. 1255 300.  
October 10 To Thomas Dobson for binding 75 books of Certificates for the Register of the Treasury—Warrant No. 1305 30.  
Novemr 1 To Mark Wilcox for 29½ Reams of certificate paper—Warrant No. 1341 98.33
Decemr. 1 To Joseph Nourse Register of the Treasury to be by him applied towards defraying the expense of stamping the several species of Treasury and Loan Office Certificates—Warrant No. 1362  524.28
3 549.63
From which deduct the amount of Warrt. No. 62 dated the 14th. day of Mar 1792, being so much repaid into the Treasury by Joseph Nourse Register   292.  
3 257.63
Payments Made for Executing the Surveys Directed by Congress in Their Act of June 6, 1788, and A Concurrent Resolution Passed the 26 Day of August 1789.47
1790 March 30 To Andrew Ellicott Surveyor Warrt. No. 267 1 234.78
August 18 To Joseph Howell Junior Agent for Andrew Ellicott Surveyor, Warrant No. 616 1 200.  
Decemr. 2 To Andrew Ellicott Surveyor, Warrt. No. 760 200.  
1791 Januay 8 “ do do 820 662.  
Februy 17 To Caleb Strong Agent for Israel Chapin, for sundry expenses incurred by the said I. Chapin, under Andrew Ellicott, Warrt. No. 903 34.32
April 23 To Andrew Ellicott Surveyor, Warrt. No. 1032 718.75
 4,049.85
Total amount 65,665.33
A General Statement of the Appropriations Made by Law in
Relation to the Expenditures of the United States from the
Commencement of the Present Government to the Last Day
of December 1791, Inclusively.
Dates and titles of the Acts of Appropriations For discharging the Warrants
issued by the late Board of
Treasury; page 7 to 10.48
For the support of the Civil list
under the late and present
Government; page 11 to 83.49
For the support of the Army
of the United States; page
83 to 90.50
For paying the pensions due
to Invalids; page 91 to 93.51
For defraying the expenses of
negotiaitons or treaties of peace
with the Indian Tribes; page 94.52
For paying interest due on temporary
loans obtained by the Secretary
of the Treasury; page 95.53
For the support of Ministers
&c of the United States at
foreign Courts; page 96.54
For effecting a recognition of the
treaty of the United States with the
new Emperor of Morocco; page 97.55
For the building, equipment
and support of ten Revenue
Cutters; page 98.56
Towards discharging certain debts
contracted by Abraham Skinner
late Commissary of Prisoners;
page 99 to 107.57
1789 August 20
An Act providing for the expenses which may attend Negotiations or
Treaties with the Indian Tribes, and the appointment of
Commissioners for managing the same.
}
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Septemr. 29 An Act making Appropriations for the service of the present Year. 190,000.   216,000.   137,000.   96,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1790 March 26 An Act making Appropriations for the support of Government for the Year 1790. . . . . . .A
{ 194,533.16 }
203,167.28
155,537.72 96,979.72 . . . . . . 5,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
July 1 An Act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and foreign Nations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act to satisfy the Claims of John McCord against the United States. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22 An Act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian Tribes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
August 4 An Act making provision for the Debt of the United States. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act to provide more effectually for the Collection of the Duties
imposed by Law on Goods, Wares and Merchandize imported into
the United States, and on the Tonnage of Ships or Vessels
}
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000.   . . . . . .
10
An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to finish the Light
House on Portland Head in the District of Main.
}
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11
An Act for the relief of disabled Soldiers and Seamen lately in the service
of the United States, and of certain other persons
}
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12 An Act making certain Appropriations therein mentioned. . . . . . . 29,558.70 39,207.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38,892.75
An Act making provision for the Reduction of the Public Debt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1791 Februay 11 An Act making Appropriations for the support of Government during the Year 1791 and for other purposes. . . . . . . 299,526.53 302,735.94 87,463.60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23,327.50 . . . . . .
March 3 An Act making an Appropriation for the purpose therein mentioned. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000.   . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act providing compensations for the Officers of the Judicial Courts
of the United States and for Jurors and Witnesses, and for other
purposes.
}
. . . . . . E 4,055.33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Act for raising and adding another Regiment to the Military Establishment
of the United States, and for making farther provision
for the protection of the Frontiers.
}
. . . . . . . . . . . . 312,686.20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aggregate of Appropriations 190,000.   946,841.   947,166.96 280,443.32 40,000.   5,000.   80,000.   20,000.   33,327.50 38,892.75
Recapitulation of the Expenditures 157,789.94 757,134.45 632,804.03 175,813.88 27,000.   ⟨2,5⟩98.12 1,733.33 13,000.   570.   38,683.13
Balances unexpended, to be accounted for in the next Statement 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
 
 
Dates and titles of the Acts of Appropriations Towards discharging certain debts
contracted by Colonel Timothy
Pickering; page 108.58
For paying the interest due on the
Domestic Debt of the United
States; page 109 to 114.59
For paying the Interest due on
the Dutch Loans; page 115.60
For paying Bills of Ex drawn on the
late Commissioners at Paris, for interest
due on Loan Office Certificates;
page 116 to 117.61
For the support and repairs of
Light Houses, Beacons, Buoys
and Public piers; page 118 to 119.62
For defraying the
Contingent charges of Government; page
120 to 121.63
For the Reduction of the
Public Debt; page 122.64
For defraying the expenses of the
Enumeration of the Inhabitants of
the United States; page 123 to 124.65
For satisfying miscellaneous Claims,
which include all other expenditures;
page 125 to 138.66
Total amount.
1789 August 20
An Act providing for the expenses which may attend Negotiations or
Treaties with the Indian Tribes, and the appointment of Commissioners
for managing the same.67
}
. . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   20,000.  
Septemr. 29 An Act making Appropriations for the service of the present Year.68 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   639,000.  
1790 March 26 An Act making Appropriations for the support of Government for the Year 1790.69 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   32,000.   1,000.   45,380.38 10,000.   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   11,060.73 B 754,658.99
July 1 An Act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and foreign Nations.70 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   80,000.  
An Act to satisfy the Claims of John McCord against the United States.71 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   1,309.71 1,309.71
22 An Act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian Tribes.72 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   20,000.  
August 4 An Act making provision for the Debt of the United States.73 . . . . . .   C 1,369,630.14 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   1,369,630.14
An Act to provide more effectually for the Collection of the Duties
imposed by Law on Goods, Wares and Merchandize imported into
the United States, and on the Tonnage of Ships or Vessels74
}
. . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   10,000.  
10
An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to finish the Light
House on Portland Head in the District of Main.75
}
. . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   1,500.   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   1,500.  
11
An Act for the relief of disabled Soldiers and Seamen lately in the service
of the United States, and of certain other persons76
}
. . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   548.57 548.57
12 An Act making certain Appropriations therein mentioned.77 40,000.   . . . . . .   3087.71 2,685.38 2,372.14 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   21,850.   55,566.19 233,219.97
An Act making provision for the Reduction of the Public Debt.78 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .D 1,374,656.40 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   1,374,656.40
1791 Februay 11 An Act making Appropriations for the support of Government during the Year 1791 and for other purposes.79 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   16,428.57 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   10,750.46 740,232.60
March 3 An Act making an Appropriation for the purpose therein mentioned.80 . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   20,000.  
An Act providing compensations for the Officers of the Judicial Courts
of the United States and for Jurors and Witnesses, and for
other purposes.81
}
. . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   4,055.33
An Act for raising and adding another Regiment to the Military
Establishment of the United States, and for making farther provision
for the protection of the Frontiers.82
}
. . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   . . . . . .   312,686.20
Aggregate of Appropriations 40,000.   1,369,630.14 35,087.71 3,685.38 65,681.09 10,000.   1,374,656.40 21,850.   79,235.66 5,581,497.91
Recapitulation of the Expenditures 1,454.08 1,140,177.20 35,087.71 3,533.   22,591.94 1,225.70 699,984.23 20,590.71 65,665.33 3,797,436.78
Balances unexpended, to be accounted for in the next Statement 38,545.92 229,452.94 152.38 43,089.15 8,774.30 674,672.17 1,259.29 13,570.33 1,784.061.13
A The expenses arising from and incident to the sessions of Congress which happened in the course of the Year 1790 amount to 203,167²⁸⁄₁₀₀ Dollars, which being added to the specific sums appropriated by said Act, constitutes the total amount as extended, marked B.
C The amount of interest on the Domestic Debt of the United States for the Year 1791, agreeably to the dividend accounts settled at the Treasury to that period.
D The surplus of Duties on Merchandize and Tonnage on the last day of December 1790.
E The net sum arising from Fines Penalties and Forfeitures to Decemr. 31, 1791.
General Account of Receipts and Expenditures of the Public Monies to the Last Day of December 1791, Inclusively.
Dr. Cr.
To total amount of Expenditures,
as stated in page 14083
} 3,797,436.78 By amount of Receipts, as
stated in page 584
} 4,771,342.43
Balance in the Treasury on the
31 day of December 1791
} 973,905.65
4,771,342.43 4,771,342.43

The Treasurer having been overcharged in the statement of his accounts at the Treasury for the quarter ending June 30, 1790, on Warrant No. 249 drawn on Sharp Delany, nine cents; and the omission of fractional parts, amounting to one cent, in the account of monies received from Collectors, will account for the difference between the balance of this statement and that of the Treasurers account settled for the last quarter of the Year 1791, in which he is held accountable for the sum of 973,905⁷⁵⁄₁₀₀ Dollars.

Stated from the Records of the Treasury.

Joseph Nourse Regr.

Examined by.

Oliv: Wolcott Jr. Compt.

41 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 112–19 (April 30, 1790). Biddle’s account, dated December 10, 1791, states that the fines were imposed for assault and battery and for contempt of court (DS, RG 217, Miscellaneous Treasury Accounts, 1790–1894, Account No. 1834, National Archives).

5This page number and the page numbers cited above refer to the pagination in the original document. The material which appears on these manuscript pages may be found on the corresponding pages in this volume: 68, 87, 88, 90, 96, 98, 108, 109, 114.

61 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 98.

7JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXI, 646.

8JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIV, 241, 433.

9JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXI, 908.

10JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXII, 457.

11JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXII, 456–57.

12JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXI, 1051. Although a letter from Ebenezer Hazard concerning this account was read in Congress on September 21, 1787, there is no evidence in JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends that an act was passed on that date (JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIII, 513). On November 7, 1788, however, a warrant was drawn “for sundries supplied Geo. M. White Eyes an Indian Youth agreeable to Act of Congress of 21st Sept. 1787” (RG 39, Blotters of the Register of the Treasury, 1782–1810, National Archives).

13JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVIII, 1009–10.

14JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXV, 568–69.

15JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXV, 568–69.

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

17JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , III, 358–59; XIX, 197.

18JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVII, 581.

19JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , VII, 243; XXXIV, 199.

20JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVIII, 1000–10.

21On October 27, 1778, Lewis Tousard was granted a pension for life (JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XII, 1068).

22JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXII, 428–29.

23JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , VII, 243.

24“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 [June 4, 1790]).

25JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXV, 568–69.

26“An Act to establish an Executive Department, to be denominated the Department of War” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 49–50).

27“An Act providing for holding a Treaty or Treaties to establish Peace with certain Indian tribes” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 136) was approved on July 22, 1790.

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

291 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 214 (March 3, 1791).

301 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 145–78 (August 4, 1790).

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

321 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 101–03 (March 1, 1790).

33JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIV, 203.

34“An Act to allow the Baron de Glaubeck the pay of a Captain in the Army of the United States” (6 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 1).

35Section 6 of “An Act making appropriations for the support of government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 105 [March 26, 1790]).

36“An Act to satisfy the claims of John McCord 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 2 [July 1, 1790]).

37Section 6 of “An Act for the relief of disabled soldiers and seamen lately in the service of the United States, and of certain other persons” (6 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 4 [August 11, 1790]).

38JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIV, 472–74.

39Section 2 of “An Act for the relief of disabled soldiers and seamen lately in the service of the United States, and of certain other persons” (6 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 4 [August 11, 1790]).

40JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIII, 588–89.

41JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIV, 472–74.

42JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXI, 1014.

431 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 130 (July 16, 1790); 1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 216 (March 3, 1791).

44JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIII, 663.

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

46Space left blank in MS.

47JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XXXIV, 203; 1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 96.

48These page numbers and subsequent page references in the headings of this statement refer to the pagination in the original document. For the material which appears on the manuscript pages cited here, see pages 42–44 in this volume.

49See pages 45–83 in this volume.

50See pages 84–87 in this volume.

51See pages 87–89 in this volume.

52See page 89 in this volume.

53See pages 89–90 in this volume.

54See page 90 in this volume.

55See page 90 in this volume.

56See page 91 in this volume.

57See pages 91–95 in this volume.

58See pages 95–96 in this volume.

59See pages 96–99 in this volume.

60See page 99 in this volume.

61See pages 99–100 in this volume.

62See pages 100–01 in this volume.

63See pages 101–02 in this volume.

64See page 102 in this volume.

65See pages 102–03 in this volume.

66See pages 103–09 in this volume.

671 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 54.

681 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 95.

691 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 104–06.

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

716 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 2.

721 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 136.

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

741 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 145–78.

751 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 184.

766 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America [Private Statutes] (Boston, 1856). description ends 3–4.

771 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 185–86.

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

791 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 190.

801 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 214.

811 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 216–17.

821 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 222–24.

83This page number refers to the pagination of the original document. For the material cited, see page 113 in this volume.

84This page number refers to the pagination of the original document. For the material cited, see page 41 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.

 This Warrant includes the salaries of the Clerks, Doorkeeper and Messenger.

 This Warrant includes the salary of the Chief Clerk.

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

* This Warrant includes the salaries due to his Clerks.

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