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Letter to an unidentified correspondent, 1776 August 14.

Author: Thomas Nelson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Nelson, writing on behalf of the Treasury Board, explains that the accounts of Price and Haywood have been approved by Congress and must be paid in gold and silver.

Congress had sent $22,000 to Canada for use of the Army and with the Army retreating now directs that the sum be applied to Price and Haywood's balance.

If his recipient has the balance he should hold it pending additional orders.

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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: Thomas Nelson; Horatio Gates; Philip John Schuyler
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Nelson
OCLC Number: 55230349
Notes: Forms part of the Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection.
One of two identical letters written by Nelson. The first, now lost, was to General Schuyler. The recipient of this copy remains unidentified (possibly General Gates?).
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Other Titles: Thomas Nelson letter

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Nelson, writing on behalf of the Treasury Board, explains that the accounts of Price and Haywood have been approved by Congress and must be paid in gold and silver.

Congress had sent $22,000 to Canada for use of the Army and with the Army retreating now directs that the sum be applied to Price and Haywood's balance.

If his recipient has the balance he should hold it pending additional orders.

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