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Treasury-Office, February 23d, 1779.

United States. Board of Treasury.

Treasury-Office, February 23d, 1779.

Ordered, that the several commissioners of the Continental loan-office andd treasurers appointed to receive continental taxes, in their monthly returns to this board, specify the amount of bills of credit in their possession of the emissions of May 20, 1777, and April 11, 1778 ..

by United States. Board of Treasury.

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Published by s.n. in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance -- United States.,
  • Paper money -- United States.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Finance, commerce, confiscations, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 16641.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14614699M

    See the letter of February 5, 4 Lucy Cranch (), who married her first cousin, John Greenleaf (II). 6 "Lady" Temple, so called, was Elizabeth Bowdoin (II), daughter of James Bowdoin (), one of the richest and most influential men in the Province of Massachusetts, and subsequently Governor of the state of. To the United States Minister to Portugal, June 23d Consul at Lisbon—Commerce—Indians—Carmichael. To James Madison, June 28th More's book—Morris's land speculation—Commercial conduct of France. To Richard Peters, June 30th Visits. To James Madison, July 6th Maple sugar—Bank. To James Madison, July .

      February 5, (“Trading Phase Date”): Final date for full operation of Regulation NMS-compliant trading systems of all automated trading centers (both SRO trading facilities and ADF participants) that intend to qualify their quotations for trade-through protection under Rule during the Pilots Stocks Phase and All Stocks Phase (as. The American Capital is the only seat of government of a first-class power which was a thought and performance of the Government itself. It used to be called, in the Madisonian era, “the only virgin Capital in the world.” St. Petersburg was the thought of an Emperor, but the Capital of Russia long afterward remained at Moscow, and Peter the Great said that he designed St. .

      30 Jun British raided Fairport, New Haven and Norwalk, CT (incl. 23rd Foot) Jul Nathan Snow's** Becket militia guarded New Haven, CT: 5 Jul British raided New Haven, CT: 9 Jul British burned Fairfield and Green Farms, CT: 11 Jul British burned Norwalk, CT: 8 Sep CORRESPONDENCE OF ANDREW JACKSON EDITED BY JOHN SPENCER BASSETT, PH.D. Professor of American History on the Sydenham Clark Parsons Foundation, Smith College VOLUME I To Ap CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON WASHINGTON, D. C. PUBLISHED BY THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON


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Treasury-Office, February 23d, Ordered, that the several commissioners of the Continental loan-office and treasurers appointed to receive continental taxes, in their monthly returns to this board, specify the amount of bills of credit in their possession of the emissions ofand Ap This information was formally submitted to Congress by Conrad Alexandre February 23d in a February 9 memorial that was read in Congress on the 12th.

Treasury-Office William Henry Drayton's Notes, Februnote. 2 Congress had recommitted a committee report on the Massachusetts Council request of January 14 for lifting the embargo on provisions.

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£in full of all expences &c. My protest against both stands on the Book No. Men who are sincerely devoted to the service of their Country will not accept of Salaries which will tend to distress it.

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book February following. Maryland alone held off two years more, acceding to them March 1, '81, and thus closing the obligation.

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the diplomatic correspondence of the american revolution; being. the letters of benjamin franklin, silas deane, john adams, john jay, arthur lee, william lee, ralph izard, francis dana, william carmichael, henry laurens, john laurens, m.

de lafayette, m. dumas, and others, concerning the foreign relations of the united states during the whole revolution. The following notices of the life of Gov. Oliver Wolcott, Sr.

(), are copied from family documents. The original sketch, published in Sanderson's Biography of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence (III, ), is among these papers, having been drawn up by his son, the late Gov.

Oliver Wolcott, Jr. A book of accounts. 13 & 14 Declared account. „ — — — APPENDIX 10 No. TO THE FORTY-FIFTH REPORT OF THE I.

— Duchy of Lancaster Records continued. County of Chester, &c.—-Honor of Halton—continued. Name of Is Place, &c. 6 3 pq 20 fl5 & 16 Chas. Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Volume 1. by Matthew L. Davis Part 4 out of 9. which will be on the first week in February, where I can and will convince you that he is the only man in America (that is, the slavish life I lead at the treasury office.

I am obliged to attend it even on Saturday nights, which places me below the level of a negro in. Recorded Book FF Page Fairfield District,SC On February 2, Thomas Knighton Sr signed over 1/2 acres of land to Moses for $ that adjoined Thomas Jr and Samuels lands, located on Taylors Creek.

Dept. of the Treasury. Office of the Secretary (page images at HathiTrust) Ohio., by issuing body B.F. Goodrich Company. National Touring Bureau (page images at HathiTrust) Goodrich tour book of central California (Akron, Ohio: B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company, c), by B.F.

Goodrich Company. National Touring Bureau (page images at HathiTrust). The account book and journal of Joseph Balcom () provides a unique look at the experience of a Revolutionary War soldier during his war service and return to civilian life. That it is their opinion the certificate granted by the General Assembly in should be paid off by the Treasurer, without being referred to the committee of claims a second time, and recommend to the General Assembly to direct the Treasurer to pay the said James M’Bee and Isaac Titsworth the amount of their certificates, agreeable to the.

(M) Mary "Ann" Mangum,* aboutin Virginia. She was born CA Surry Co Va., Dtr of John Mangum of Surry Co, Va & Frances Bennett of Isle of Wight Co, Va. She died prior to in North Carolina, as John's wife was named Elizabeth in a Bute Co, NC deed of that date. First mention of Elizabeth is in Court Records of Bute Co, NC.

Amongst other papers which might be particularly noticed are the Orderly Book of Sir William Howe at Boston and Halifax, from 17 June,to 26 May, (see page 41 of this report); an Army List of the British, Foreign, and Provincial troops serving under Clinton, printed at New York by Macdonald and Cameron in ; a set of coroner's.

The blaze broke out around four o’clock in the morning of 20 September It cracked and sizzled its way through London’s Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, consuming everything in its path and roaring out into the neighboring roads of Bow Street and Hart Street (Fig.

The season had begun with performances of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and James Kenney’s hit farce Raising. A measure of great importance was adopted; a treasury office with an auditor, and a sufficient number of clerks. On the 17th of February, Congress had resolved that a standing committee of five be appointed for superintending the Treasury; their duties were pointed out; and Mr.

Duane, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Willing, were. Treasury Bulletin June DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY WASHINGTON, D.C.

June I C O N T E N T S Prior to Februarythese taxes were 3 7 9 7 10 9 9 4, 12 17 14 12 15 13 12 11 19 15 13 12 21 3, 3. entirely in book-entry form in a minimum amount of $10, and or less from any one bidder were accepted in full at the average yield of accepted tenders,price These totaled $ million.

in any higher $5, multiple, on the records either of the Federal Reserve Banks and Branches, or of the Department of the Treasury.February 2 Appoints officers for Canadian ry 3 Prescribes oath required of all officers of the United States.

February 4 Directs commissioner to the court of Tuscany to seek $1 million loan; receives Committee at Camp recommendation that Jeremiah Wadsworth be appointed commissary general of purchases.