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No. Dols. Cis.

Brought forward, 11,354
Received for the Secretary of the Treasury's warrant on
Joseph Howell, jun. Paymaster-General,

. 1,600.
Jas. M°Cubbin
Lingham,collector of Georgetown,

.

750. William Lindsay,

Norfolk,

8.

300. William Heth, Bermuda-Hundred, 9

334 John Hatersham,

Savannah,

10. 700. Jonathan Fitch,

New Haven,

II.

900. Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore,

12.

400. Charles Lee,

Alexandria,

13. 750. George Abb. Hall,

Charleston,

14 1,100. William Heth,

Bermuda-Hundred,

15.

333. 33 Benjamin Lincoln,

Bofton,

16.

1,447. 20 Da

do.

17. 1,070. Do

do.

18.

500. Do.

do.

19. 2,000. William Lindsay,

Norfolk,

20.

500 Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

21. 2,500. Do.

do.

22.

500 George Burke,

Wilmington,

23. 400. Joseph Whipple,

Portsmouth,

500. Jedidiah Huntington,

New-London,

?5 1,000. Samuel Smedly,

Fairfield,

26. 200. Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

27 2,000. William Heth,

Bermuda Hundred, 28.

1,000. Hudson Muse,

Tappahannock,

29. 500. George Abbot Hall,

Charleston,

30. 10,0CO. Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

31.

1,500. Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore,

32.

1,230. Charles Lee,

Alexandria,

33 I15 Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore,

34 450. Do.

do.

2,500. John Scott, Chester Town,

75. Benjamin Lincoln, Boston,

500. George Bush, Wilmington,

225 Charles Lee,

Alexandria,
Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

6,500 Charles Lee, Alexandria,

150. Hudson Muse,

Tappahannock,

42. William Lindsay,

Norfolk,

43: 900. Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore,

1,000. Do.

do.

45. 2,000. George Biscoe,

Nottingham,

46.

290. Charles Lee,

Alexandria,

47. 305. William Heth,

Bermuda-Hundred,

48.

1,400. Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

49. 10,000 Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore,

50. 1,000. Benjamin Lincola,

Boston,

51. 3,500. George Bush,

Wilmington,

52. 400. Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

53 Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore,

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35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.

270.

846. 55

449.89

54 1,000. Benjamin Lincoln,

Boston,

55. 300 William Lindlay,

Norfolk,

4. 5oo. Carried forward, 84,044 90

56.

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Brought forward, Received for the Secretary of the Treasury's warrant on Hudson Muse,

TappahanDock, Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore, Charles Lee,

Alexandria, William Lindsay,

Norfolk, Otho H. Williams,

Baltimore, Jedidiah Huntington,

New-London, Jonathan Fitch,

New Haven, Sharp Delany, .

Philadelphia, John Lamb,

New-York,
President, Directors, &c. of bank of New York,
Do.

North America,
Do.

New York,
Do.

North America,
Do.

New-York,
Do.

do.
Do.

North America, Otho H. Williams, collector of Baltimore, Charles Lee,

Alexandria, Benjamin Lincoln,

Bofton,

57. 600.

1,000. 59. 150. бо. 1,000. 61. 1,000. 62. 600 63.

100. 64. 50,940. 65. 38,401. 94

1. 20,000. 2.

50,000. 3. 30,000. 4 20,000. 5. 20,000. 7 10,000. 8. 20,000. 66.

473 67 800 68.

994. 40

350,207. 24 SAMUEL MEREDITH,

Treasurer of the United States.

138. 80

PAYMENTS made upon WARRANTS for which there is no appropriation,

Dols. Cts. Dols. Cts. To Carter and Titlar, cabinet-makers to the House of

Representatives,
Samuel A. Otis, for the use of the Senate,

250.
Do.
do.

150. Gifford Dally, do. House of Representatives, 250. Do. do.

100. Thomas Greenleaf, printing for do.

400

1,288.. 80 Warrant No. 30, on G. A. Hall, Collector of Charleston,

10,000. for which I have received only 2,500.

70500.. Warrant No. 46, on George Biscoe, collector of Nottingham, wholly unpaid,

290. 49, Benjamin Lincoln, colle&or of Boston,

10,000 for which I have received only, 6,500

3,500. 56, William Lindsay, collector of Norfolk, wholly unpaid,

43500 Cost of protest and charges on three bills drawn upon William Lindsay, (no appropriation)

41. 47 Pennsylvania bank post notes in the bank of New York,

41450 Money in the bank of North-America,

475. 53 Carried forward, Dollars, 22,045. 80 Ρ Ε Ν D

P E

19. 80

Brought forward, 22,045. 80 Money in the bank of New York,

21,964 1 Due by me, having by mistake paid specie for an indent warrant, Warrant No. 57, on Hudson Muse, collector of Tappahannock, wholly unpaid,

600. 44,629. 61

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

AUDITOR'S-OFFICE, January 22d, 1790. THE foregoing account of Samuel Meredith, Esq. Treasurer of the United States has been examined by

OLIVER WOLCOTT, jun. Auditor.

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Register's-OFFICE, 28th January, 1790. I CERTIFY that the foregoing is a true copy from the original account filed on record in this office.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register.

January 1, 1790.

SAMUEL MEREDITH, Treasurer of the United States.

Dols. Cts. 26,669. 33

Balance brought forward from page 243,
Part of warrant No. 1, in favor of the members of the Senate re-

maining unpaid, viz.
Compensation to Jonath. Elmer, Esq. Senator for New Jersey, 966.

Caleb Strong, Esq. do. for Massachusetts, 1,127.
Part of do. John Langdon, Esq. do. for New-Hampshire, 754

2,847.

1,107

2,coo.

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Warrant No. 58, to Jonathan Sturges, Esq. Representative for

Connecticut unpaid,
157, Tobias Lear, Esq. on account of the Pre-

fident's compensation unpaid,
159, Wm. Seton and Co. account Robert El-

liot and Elie Williams contracts sup

plying the troops,
161, President, Dire&ors, &c. of bank of New-

York for the loan unpaid,
Gain in ten thousand dollars in gold brought by the Asist. Secre-

tary from Philadelphia,

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2,000.

10,000.

6. 28

Dollars, 44,629. 61

I N D E X.

A BOLITION

Paglo BOLITION of Darery, Pennsylvania society for promoting the, their petition,

34 Quaker memorials, respecting the, 33, 34, 35

proceedings respecting

the, 47, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62 Absence, members granted leave of, 51,65,70,78,80,82,83,96,157,193,204 Accounts between the United States and individual States, bill to provide

more effectually for the settlement of, 83, 118, 128, 130, 131, 132,

142, 145, 146, 170, 173, 175, 180, 183, 185, 190, 199, Address to the President of the United States in answer to his speech to

both Houses, voted for, 7 reported and agreed to unanimously, presented,

12 reply to,

13 Adberences, votes of,

78, 112, 182 Adjournment of Congress, committee toreport when it willbeconvenient, 131,144

reports, 151

agreed to, 175 a motion respe&ing,

133, 136, 137 resolution for,

201, 204, 208 Alexander, Sarah, widow of the late Lord Stirling, bill respecting, 198, 201

205, 209 Appropriation of money for the support of government, bills for, 24, 49, 51,

55, 56, 61, 64, 65, 69, 205, 206, 209 Secretary of the Treasury, his report of further,

203 resolution thereupon,

204 Arrearages of pay to non-commissioned officers, &c. of the Virginia and

North-Carolina lines, resolution respe&ting, 100, 109, 113, 114, 130 to pensioners and to widows and representatives of deceased offi.

cers and soldiers, Secretary of Treasury to report on to next

session, Arts useful, bill to promote the progress of, 37, 48, 53, 69, 71, 74, 76, 77 Afumptiun of the debts of the individual States, Secretary of the Treasury

to report funds respe&ing, 44

reports, 47 proceedings refpe&ing, 67, 68,

87, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188 Attendance, book of, for entering members compensations, to be provided by the Clark,

66 Attorney-General, to report to next session, provisions relative to the ad. ministration of justice,

199 Authors and inventors, right to theirrespective discoveries, billfor securing, 20,

23, 25, 26, (See also copy-right.)

201

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