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Docno: ADMS-06-13-02-0185-0002

Author: Adams, John
Recipient: Continental Congress
Date: 1782-09-07

Enclosure: Account of John Adams' Salary, 1779–1782

No: 1.

Account stated to be transmitted to Congress, in answer to Secretary Livingston's Letter of 22d. May 1782.
The United States to John Adams.
To two Years & an half's Salary, commencing, the 13th. November. 1779. & ending the 13th. May. 1782—p 2500 £. pr: Ann:   £6250—  
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By Cash &c: recd. of the United-States, from the House of Mr: Ferdinando Grand, at Paris, and the House of Fizeau, Grand & Co: at Amsterdam   £6250—  
RC and enclosures in Charles Storer's hand (PCC, No. 84, IV, f. 157–167); endorsed: “Letter 7 Sept 1782 John Adams. Read Feby 10. 1783 Referred to Mr Gorham Mr Williamson Mr Fitzsimmons comee discharged July 8. 1783.”
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