4 edition of Treasury-Office, March 12, 1779. found in the catalog.
Treasury-Office, March 12, 1779.
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Samuel Huntington 1st President of the United States in Congress Assembled March 1, to July 6, Signer of the Declaration of Independence. President of the Continental Congress Septem to Febru By: Stanley L. Klos. SAMUEL HUNTINGTON was born on J at Scotland, Connecticut, the son of. Garden book, Jefferson's garden book, together with his farm book (below), contains detailed records of his estates, including notes on horticulture and agriculture and Jefferson's calculations and observations on construction. The Department of the Treasury is a United States executive department established in The department was originally formed as a solution to managing the finances of the federal government. Steven Mnuchin is the current secretary of the treasury.. On April 3, , the U.S. Senate voted in favor of a change to chamber precedent lowering the maximum time Official website:
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Book/Printed Material Instructions from the Board of Treasury to the respective commissioners of the Continental loan-offices: Treasury-Office, Janu You will please forthwith to procure a large book, intitled, "A Register of Bills", deposited in order for exchange.
Treasury-Office, Ma Ordered, that the several commissioners of the Continental loan-offices and treasurers make return to this board of the amount March 12 the counterfeit bills, of the emissions taken out of circulation, which they shall have respectively destroyed.
Extract from the minutes. Get this from a library. Treasury-Office, Ma Ordered, that the several commissioners of the Continental March 12 and treasurers make return to this board of the amount of the counterfeit bills, of the emissions taken out of circulation, which they shall have respectively destroyed.
Extract from the minutes. Instructions from the Board of Treasury to the respective commissioners of the Continental loan-offices: Treasury-Office, Janu You will please forthwith to procure a Treasury-Office book, intitled, "A Register of Imprint supplied by Bristol.
Not in Evans. Treasury Office was reorganized three times March 12 and The $ million of paper Continental Dollars devalued rapidly. This $65 Continental note was issued Janu The Revolutionary money was printed in various denominations and signed by hand.
(University Libraries of Notre Dame). Bounty Land Applications & for service in the French & Indian 1779. book. Botetourt County James Robinson, Sr., was a sergeant in Capt.
Peter Hogg's Compnay of Rangers ingranted 11 Nov. Author: Dedpepl. Hamilton and the Establishment 1779. book the Department of the Treasury. The First Congress of the Treasury-Office States was called to convene in New York on 1779.
book 4,marking the beginning of government under the Constitution. On September 1779. book,Congress created a permanent institution for the management of government finances. The Secretary of the Treasury is the head of the United States Department of the Treasury 1779.
book is concerned with all financial and monetary matters relating to the federal government, and, untilalso included several major federal law enforcement agencies. This position in the federal government of the United States is analogous to the minister of finance in many other of: Cabinet, National Security Council.
(Record Group 93) cu. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS (bulk ) lin.
Federal records State records RECORDS RELATING TO MILITARY ORGANIZATION AND SERVICE (bulk ) 2, lin. 3 For information on the chevalier de Laumoy, see Laurens to Lowndes, Febru 4 Laurens did not actually return to Treasury-Office Carolina until November, although he did obtain leave of absence from Congress this day and made a brief trip into New Jersey later in February.
Treasury-Office JCC, ; and Laurens to Washington, March 2,note 1. (Record Group 56) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History General Records of the Office of the Secretary Letters sent Letters received Correspondence and other records of the Secretary and Assistant Secretaries Records of the Division of Appointments.
Full text of "Records of the revolutionary war: containing the military and financial correspondence of distinguished officers; names of the officers and privates of regiments, companies, and corps, with the dates of their commissions and enlistments; general orders of Washington, Lee, and Greene, at Germantown and Valley Forge; with a list of distinguished prisoners of war; the.
This special unit, the Commander in Chief's Guard, was formed on Ma with Captain Caleb Gibbs (formerly adjutant of the 14th Continental Regiment and appointed Aid to Major General Greene) as commander. The unit protected Washington, the army's cash, and official papers.
From the description of Orderly book kept by Major Gibbs, Page 1 of 1 Accounts Audited of Claims Growing Out of the Amer. Revolution, S, AA, Box 24 (7 pages)[Ref: SC Archives & History] No.
80, Book Z, Saywer B.S. [Side Notation: pass /s/Washington - See Copy] William Brannon, for days duty as a horseman from 15 Sept. to 1 July in Captain. The Budget announces a £12 billion plan to March 12 support for public services, individuals Total effect of government decisions since March of which Direct effects Green Book, which will consider how the design and use of project appraisal affects the.
12 NOVEMBER ) We, William Drannan, James Strain, and Ezekiel NINETY SIX DISTRICT) Evans, Freeholders, do on our oath value and appraise a certain bay gelding, pacer, 13 1/2 hands high, six years old, branded JP on the near Buttock, lost and taken by the enemy at Savannah on or about the 1st of October last, at Two Thousand Pounds Currency.
Inhe volunteered in Capt. William Chronicle’s company in the 'nine months ser-vice,' and joined Gen. Lincoln's army at Purysburg, South Carolina. In March,he joined Capt. Isaac White's company and marched to King's Mountain. In the battle which immediately followed, he and his brother, William Caldwell actively participated.
Oct Mr Girard having been particularly applyed to relative to the affairs of Mr Du Coudray by the Heirs, has the original Certificate of which is a (2 plicate or triplicate) but Doctor Franklin will mark out for himself a line of conduct referring properly to the Civility due to Mr Gerard, and the Interest of Mr Du Coudrays Heirs.(1.
She recorded that he was born March 5, and died J She also had the correct marriage date of (license my notation). Joseph W. Watson, Abstracts of early records of Nash county, North Carolina.
Treasury Office. Certificates of anti-monopoly loan of (Anderson, MA ) (M-Ar)X)) of equal value, redeemable over four years, with six percent annual interest. The Committee to Settle with the Army was directed, per Resolvesc (Jan. 14, ), to deduct amounts equal to payments already made to soldiers for bounties.
Third, the first recorded official correspondence from a federal institution to an Articles of Confederation U.S. President was transmitted by the U.
Treasury Office on Ma with these opening words: “The Board of Treasury to whom was referred the Letter from the Honorable the Minister of France to his Excellency the President of. The Boyce Family Papers () The Boyce Family Papers is a collection of private materials chronicling the lives of James Boyce () and his descendants for over two hundred years.
The land and Bible records, as well as letters offer researchers a unique glimpse of agricultural life in the Carolina backcountry. Robert Morris, Jr. (Janu – May 8, ) was an English-born merchant and a Founding Father of the United served as a member of the Pennsylvania legislature, the Second Continental Congress, and the United States Senate, and he was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the United States en: 7, including Thomas.
American Revolution Rare Unissued Massachusetts Bay Treasury BondDated Revolutionary War, State of Massachusetts Bay Treasury Bond. 6 Percent Interest. “Advance Pay to Officers, Second Moiety.” Anderson MA Unissued, with its Full Left Margin Indent Intact, Choice Crisp impressive original Certificate has serial numberno.
Denomination: $5. Delaware Colonial Note Fr#DE May 1, 20s PMG 12 Printed By Ben Franklin. Certification: PMG. Denomination: $ Continental Currency May 10th Eight Dollars $8 Signed by Jackson & Bunner. Ending Thursday at AM PST.
Grade: Ungraded. Pennsylvania Colonial Note Fr#PA 10S PMG 10 Printed By Ben Franklin. 3 MORRIS (ROBERT SR. 2, ANDREW 1) was born Abt. in England, and died in Big Whiteley Creek, Greene County married HANNAH LEE ASSON Abt. She was born in Monmouth, New Jersey, and died October 2, in Greene County, Pennsylvania.
Notes for JOSEPH MORRIS: Joseph moved to Apple Pie Ridge, Berkley. Recd. 12 Dec. Three Years Indent on the within Indent. James Martin Recd. 6th. Aug. One years Interest L Simon Martin I Reubin Fraser eldest Brother of Malachi Fraser Decd.
do assign this Indent to Eppson Franklin of whom I have received value for the same. Ruben Fraser done in presence of} Leroy Hammond, J.P.}.
19 Ma Errors Excepted. pr Elizabeth Womack. Ditto Dr, tob. To the Debt brought Over & 19 12 8 debt 1/2 12 10 3. To Difference in Each of (lb) 8 Sterl 1 4.
To 5 Prt. 1 12 1 34 19 0. p the Inventory & Appraisement 23 13 5 1/2. p George Carter 2 p Owen Even 1. p Wom Puckett 0 p Peter Malor 0 8. p ja. Deed B p. Chambersburg, PA. Deed Ma Release of Joseph Elder and wife Mary, to Samuel Elder for all his the said Joseph Elder's share in the Plantation bequeathed to the said Joseph and Samuel by their father, Robert Elder, by will dated Oct 4, Deed B p.Chambersburg, PA.
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Mar. Treasury warrant to the Receipt for tallies to discharge the baronet fee of 1,l. due to the King from Sir James Edward, bart., of the city of York.: Money Book XI, p. Same to same to isl. to Thomas Lloyd, esq., Paymaster of the Works, on any unsatisfied orders in his name for the service of the Works:.
The Articles of Confederation, passed by the US Continental Congress on Novemwas enacted on March 1, as the founding constitution of the United States of "Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union" established the United States of America as a sovereign nation governed by the United States in Congress Assembled (USCA).
Medina Abate 24 de Diciembre de Brinckerhoff and Faulkpp. 22– Paragraph 5, Title 4, called for each soldier to have one mule, six serviceable horses and one colt.
Neve 26 de Enero departial translation. Stokes Deed Book 3, page shows that on 10 November Philip Senior bought acres, adjoining Caspar Stoltz in part, from Jacob Kapp. The indenture was witnessed by Philip Stutts, Junior. An estate sale of Philip Senior`s effects was held 12 Decenber by Caspar Stolz, so it appears Philip died early in or perhaps very late in In colonial times George Barnhart a nativce of America, lived in Verplanksburgh, Ulster County, New York.
During the American Revolution he assisted Butler’s Rangers then joined the Indian Department at Fort Niagara and finally served in the 2 nd Battalion of the King’s Royal Regiment of New York. The following is his Claim for Revolutionary War Losses heard by the.
Seth Warner, Col." pages "In Col. Seth Warner's Regiment ~Elias Hoisington Rank: Sergeant Date of commissions Ma To what time made up: Ma " page " A payroll of Capt. John Mercy's Company that marched after Tories in Augustby orders from Col.
Ebenezer Woods, Windsor, August, Going, Gowen, Goyne, Goyen general information to abt Chronological order for Going, Gowen, Goyne, Goyen type names in the South from to abt March 12 – Drury Going and general index to real estate conveyances, grantor and grantee, Deed records, book A-L p.
(p on. What is perhaps this Philip is cited in "The Record Book of Shiloh Lutheran Church - Lewisville, NC " in the Forsyth County Genealogical Society Journal, Vol Issue 3, March Philip and Catherine Stoltz are shown in an entry dated 27 October as the parents of Elizabeth Stoltz baptized then and born 11 June Samuel Huntington 1st President of the United States in Congress Assembled March 1, to July 6, Signer of the Declaration of Independence.
President of the Continental Congress Septem to Febru By: Stanley L. Klos. SAMUEL HUNTINGTON was born on J at Scotland, Connecticut, the son. Book X for Order of JOHN LANGSTON Signed L.
AlstonRecev'd 20th September Four years Interest L o Signed: L. AlstonReceived 21st September full satisfaction for the principal and Interest of the within by discount in the purchase of Land L. Alston No. Book X Cancelled South Carolina. Dictionary N NASH, Charles Edmund, congressman.
Born, Opelousas, La., Attended public schools. A bricklayer by trade. During Civil War enlisted,as a private in the Eighty-second Regiment, U. S. Volunteers; promoted to rank of sergeant major; lost a leg at Fort Blakely in Alabama and was honorably discharged.Book 13 April April From Hillsborough Treasury Office Thomas Uzzell is # 42 on the list with the 11 pounds 5 shilling White Esq.
is listed as Sheriff of Dobbs Co. Elisha Uzzell died March the 18th age 17 years 10 months and 28 days.The book is a must read.’ Benjamin J.
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