Report on Informal Advances1
[Philadelphia, May 3, 1794. The minute book of the select committee appointed to examine the Treasury Department records on this date a “Letter from the Secy. of the Treasy. accompanying statement of informal advances.”2 Letter and report not found.]
Copy, RG 233, Papers of the Select Committee Appointed to Examine the Treasury Department, Third Congress, National Archives.
1. For background to this letter and report, see the introductory note to H to Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, December 16, 1793.
2. H had described the “informal advances” in a general way in his “Report on Rules and Modes of Proceeding with Regard to the Collection, Keeping, and Disbursement of Public Moneys, and Accounting for the Same,” March 4, 1794. See also note 20 to that report.