Treasury-Office, Philadelphia, September 6, 1777.

Additional instructions from the Board of Treasury to the commissioners of accounts, pay-master general, and deputy pay-masters general
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Treasury-Office, Philadelphia, September 6, Additional instructions from the Board of Treasury to the commissioners of accounts, pay-master general, and deputy pay-masters general.

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Published: (). It is autumnand the cradle of liberty, Philadelphia, has fallen to the British. Yet the true battle has only just begun. On both sides, loyalties are tested and families torn asunder.

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Treasury-Office, Philadelphia, September 6, Additional instructions from the Board of Treasury to the commissioners of accounts, pay. Philadelphia Financial Center. The Philadelphia Financial Center (PFC) is the consolidated nationwide service center for all misdirected payment activities and the Philadelphia site to the Kansas City Financial Center (KFC) for payment disbursement and print production.

On This Day in History - September 3, The Battle of Cooch's Bridge. On this day in history, September 3,the Battle of Cooch's Bridge is the only battle of the American Revolution to take place in Delaware.

It is also the first battle during which the American flag is flown. Septem (14 years, 44 days) George Washington (also served under Confederation Congress) Hillegas served jointly with George Clymer until August 6, The title of the office was "Treasurer of the United Colonies" until May 2 Samuel Meredith: Septem – December 1, (12 years, 81 days) George Washington John Appointer: The President.

On September 6,the members of the York militia were included into Potter’s Brigade, and they were listed as 1 st class under the command of Colonel Thompson. [21] Colonel Thompson was the senior captain of all the companies from York County, and many of the records show his name instead of all the captains in the field, for : Dennis Ness.

"Septem - The city much alarmed and people moving out." "Septem - Left Philadelphia with my whole family.

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Dined at Bristol and from thence to Abraham Hunt's at Trenton where we were kindly received." "Septem - This day the English entered Philadelphia." "Octo - Breakfasted with Colonel Mark Burd.

Signed: Extract from the minutes, Charles Thomson, secretary. Imprint from Evans. Followed by: Treasury-Office, Philadelphia, Ma Sir, In consequence of the above resolution, I am to inform you that it is the desire of the Board of Treasury, that.

In Congress, J Resolved, I. That for supplying the Army of the United States with provisions, one commissary general and four deputy commissaries general of purchases; and one commissary general and three deputy commissaries general of issues, be appointed by Congress.

Followed by: Treasury-Office, Philadelphia, Ma Sir, In consequence of the above resolution, I am to inform you that it is the desire of the Board of Treasury, that you forthwith transmit them the state of your accounts.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. In Congress, Septem Resolved, that a house be provided at the city or place where Congress shall sit, wherein shall be held the several offices of the Treasury by United States (); Treasury Office, York-town, Ap was a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the th year of the 2nd millennium, the 76th year of the 18th century, and the 7th year of the s decade.

As of the start ofthe Gregorian calendar was 11 days ahead of the Julian Centuries: 17th century, 18th century, 19th century. In Congress, Ma Whereas by a resolve of Congress of the 3d of October,the commissioners of the loan-offices were directed to transmit to the Continental Treasurer once Signed: Extract from the minutes, Charles Thomson, secretary.

Imprint from Evans. Followed by: Treasury-Office, Philadelphia, Ma Summer Getaway: June 13 – Septem This summer, the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package is epic. Book the package at one of 44 hotels in the City of Brotherly Love and get up to $ in free perks, including free hotel parking, f ree tickets to The Franklin Institute and its new exhibition, Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes, free Ping-Pong at SPiN Philadelphia, free roller skating.

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Yates was also a member of the New York Provincial Congress from toserving as president pro tempore on November 2,Augand was its chairman in and [10] Yates was a delegate for New York to the Congress of the Confederation in and[1] and won a reputation as a "churlish delegate who often cast Political party: Anti-Federalist.

Michael Hillegas was first called Treasurer of the United States on The Treasury Office was reorganized three times between and The $ million in Jurisdiction: U.S. federal government. of the United States on The Treasury Office was reorganized three times between 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). In Congress, March 2, The Board of War having represented, that application has been made to the board for arrearages of cloathing Resolved, that a proper person be forthwith appointed and commissioned, to settle and pay all accounts of arrearages of cloathing due to the troops of these states for the year Three resolutions of the Continental Congress, the third dated Septem Ascribed to the press of David C.

Claypoole by Evans. Evans ESTC W Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy signed in ms.: Chas Thomson secy. Annotated on verso: Octo. 12, Resolve calling upon the state for requisitions.

September 1 or 21, Virginia: Patriot victory Battle of Cooch's Bridge: September 3, Delaware: British victory Battle of Brandywine: Septem Pennsylvania: British victory Battle of the Clouds: Septem Pennsylvania: Battle called off due to rain Battle of Freeman's Farm: Septem New York.See more of Moravian Historical Society on Facebook.

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