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Account concerning state quotas of money for the war
Nourse, Joseph, 1754-1841
January 31, 1783
Volume 16, Page 929

GENERAL ACCOUNT OF THE MONIES PAID BY THE SEVERAL STATES TO THEIR RESPECTIVE RECEIVERS ON ACCT. OF THE 8,000,000 DOLLARS REQUIRED BY THE UNITED STATES IN CONGRESS ASSEMBLED FOR THE LEVIES OF THE YEAR 1782.
Dr.
Cr.
Dollars
90ths
Dollars
90ths
Dollars
90ths
Amount of said Requisition
8 000
000
By New Hampshire paid Will Whipple
3
000
“ Massachusetts Bay pd. Jas. Lovell
92
245
86
“ Rhode Island pd. Geo. Olney
37
784
77
“ Connecticut pd. Hez. Morrell
54
255
15
“ New York pd. A. Hamlton and J. Tillotson
8
984
9
“ New Jersey pd. Will C. Houston
39
537
34
“ Pennsylvania pd. Jno. Swanwick
107
925
24
“ Marvland pd. Benj. Harwood
42
118
88
“ Virginia pd. Jno. Webb
35
710
422
161 63
Balance due by the State New Hampshire
370
598
Ditto by Massachusetts
1 214
750
4
Ditto by Rhode Island
178
899
13
Ditto by Connecticut
692
940
75
Ditto by New York
364
613
81
Ditto by New Jersey
446
141
56
Ditto by Pennsylvania
1 012
868
66
Dltto by Delaware Quoto of
112
085
Ditto by Maryland
891
877
2
Dltto by Virginia
1 271
884
Ditto by North Carolina do.
622
677
Ditto by South Carolina do.
373
598
Ditto by Georgia
24
905
7 577
838 27
8 000
000

The States of South Carolina and Georgia, have contributed towards their above quotas, by supplying the Southern Army with provisions, &c. The accounts whereof have not yet been received at the Treasury.

Signed
JOSEPH NOURSE. Regis.

Register’s Office, Jany. 31st, 1783.