Rittenhouse writes Supreme Executive Council regaring sum of money received for purchasing provisions for state magazines. Total sum expected to be One hundred and thirty Thousand Dollars. Signed at bottom, "Dav.d Rittenhouse Treasurer"
Addressed from Towamencin, document addresses the damage to Henry Cassel's farm and estate during the American army's encampment on the owner's land. Document also signed by Nicolaus Schwenk and John Lukens of Towamensing.
This Pay Warrant addressed "In Council Philadephia Sept. 13 1777" instructs payment of One Hundred and fifty-eight pounds, Seven shillings and Six pence to Councilman Jonathan Hoge for council attendance. Warrant directed to David Rittenhouse,…
This Pay Warrant instructs payment of One hundred and Forty-eight pounds, Six Shillings, and Eight pence to Councilman John Proctor for attendance at Council. Warrant to David Rittenhouse, Pennsylvania Treasurer.