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THE HISTORY OF THE EARLY UNITED STATES MINT - 1793

by Ron Guth

Warrant No. 42. Henry Voigt, Chief Coiner, June 1st to December 31st $875.00
Warrant No. 49. Micajah Dobbins, 225 bushels charcoal $24.75

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 3, 1793

Warrant No. 43. Thomas Town, for millwright work $285.75

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 7, 1793

Warrant No. 50. David Ott, for assaying coins at the Mint and expenses $24.17
Warrant No. 51. Abraham Roberts, carpenter work $32.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 8, 1793

Warrant No. 44. Henry Voigt, cash paid to workmen and sundry expenses $102.15
Warrant No. 45. Tristam Dalton, Treasurer, incidental expenses to his office $83.99

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 10, 1793

Warrant No. 46. Isaac Hough, clerk, November 13th to December 31, 1792 $41.88
Warrant No. 47. Edward Simmons, boards, planks, and scantling $55.29
Warrant No. 48. Isaac Hough, for 300 bu. coals and 16 bu. lime $36.20

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 14, 1793

Warrant No. 52. Baltis Clymer, for hauling sand, hay, etc., and $60.00 for a horse $95.33
Warrant No. 54. Henry Voigt, to pay workmen employed at the Mint $47.55
Warrant No. 53. Joseph Skerrit, smiths work $62.08

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

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The Cent was originally ordered to weigh 264 grains; the Half Cent in proportion; but on January 14, 1793, the weight of the Cent was reduced to 208 grains, and that of the Half Cent in the same ratio, to which weights the coins of that year closely approximate, the Cents ranging from 200 to 212 and the Half Cent from 100 to 106 grains.

Sylvester Sage Crosby, The United States Coinage of 1793. -- Cents and Half Cents. (Boston: Published by the author, 1897)

January 16, 1793

Warrant No. 55. Daniel Warmsley, for black lead pots $6.63
Warrant No. 56. Harrison and McGee, for scantling and cartage $14.95

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 18, 1793

Warrant No. 57. Daniel Clawges, for painting and glazing $51.47

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 19, 1793

Warrant No. 58. Henry Voigt, cash paid workmen $55.50

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 21, 1793

Warrant No. 59. Henry Wiesbrod, load of hay $16.41
Warrant No. 60. Andrew Douglass, iron stoves, sheet iron, etc. $59.18

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 22, 1793

Warrant No. 61. John Dunlap, for printing advertisements $10.90
Warrant No. 62. George Wescott, for block tin $9.50
Warrant No. 63. Bartting & Powell, for carpenters’ work and disbursements $651.44

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 23, 1793

Warrant No. 64. Caled Lownes, for cast iron, bar iron, and steel $201.90

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 25, 1793

Warrant No. 66. John Butler, for patterns for castings $14.75

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 26, 1793

Warrant No. 65. Henry Voigt, to pay workmen at the Mint $59.93

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

January 28, 1793

Warrant No. 67. Benjamin F. Bache, for publishing advertisements $16.13

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Benjamin Franklin Bache (1769-1798) was the son of Richard Bache and the grandson of Benjamin Franklin.  Born in Philadelphia, he became a journalist and founded the General Advertiser (which later became the Aurora) in Philadelphia in 1790.  He was arrested under the Sedition Act for his vehement denunciations of the Federalists and died on 1798 of the Yellow Fever, shortly after being released from prison (Source - The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001)

February 2, 1793

Warrant No. 69. Jacob Esler, for nails, brads, etc. $43.82
Warrant No. 70. Henry Voigt, to pay workmen $58.57
Warrant No. 72. Richard Guy and Lawrence Allman, for bricklayers’ work $89.07

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

February 7, 1793

Warrant No. 68. Wayne and Shepherd, for oak scantling $9.44

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

February 8, 1793

Warrant No. 71. Henry Voigt, to pay workmen $61.83

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

February 13, 1793

Warrant in favor of Peter Cress, harness $14.78

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

February 14, 1793

Warrant in favor of John Wercherer, for a horse $60.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

February 20, 1793

Warrant in favor of Jacob Frank, for a nest of Troy weights $7.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 1, 1793

Voigt to Treasurer - 11, 170

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Warrant in favor of Daniel King for 46 lb. 10 oz. copper at 20 cents $10.34

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

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The first regular return of coins from the chief coiner to the treasurer of the Mint took place on the 1st of March , 1793, and consisted of eleven thousand one hundred and seventy-eight cents.

Sylvester Sage Crosby, The United States Coinage of 1793. -- Cents and Half Cents. (Boston: Published by the author, 1897)

March 2, 1793

Voigt to Treasurer - 2,009 cents

March 4, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 4,000 cents

March 5, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 3,765 cents

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Warrant in favor of Wm. Zane, for 746 lbs. copper $174.07

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 6, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 1,573 cents

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Warrant in favor of Daniel King, 188 lbs. copper $39.69
Warrant in favor of Ogden & Smith, 23 cast iron weights $43.67

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 7, 1793

Warrants in favor of Thomas Roads, pair of working oxen $60.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 8, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 7,000 cents

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Memorandum of agreement entered into between Thomas Pinckney, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of America at the court of Great Britain and Albion Cox of London.

The said Thomas Pinckney hereby promises and agrees that the said Albion Cox shall be appointed Assayer of the Mint of the United States of America and shall enjoy all the rights, privileges, and emoluments annexed to the said office by virtue of the Acts of Congress of the said United States; his appointment to be dated from the time of his leaving London on his way to America and to continue for three years. And the said Albion Cox hereby promises and agrees that he will faithfully discharge and perform all the duties specified in the said Acts as Assayer and in general all the duties usually performed by that Officer and that he will follow such directions as he may from time to time receive by order of the President of the United States or the Director of the Mint and give such security for the due performance of the duties of his office as is by law required and that he will instruct in the art and business of Assayer such persons as may be put under him for that purpose by the authority of the aforesaid. And it is hereby further agreed by the said parties that in case the President of the United States of America shall not approve the appointment of the said Albion Cox as the Assayer to the Mint of the United States this agreement shall be null and void otherwise it shall remain in full force and virtue. In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and seals at London this eighth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety three

Signed

Albion Cox
Thomas
Pinckney

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Received 8 March, 1793 from Thomas Pickney, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United State an order of Messrs. Bird, Savage & Bird for fifty pounds Sterling on account of salary and thirty-four pounds fifteen shillings for articles purchased for the mint as per accounts

(Signed)

Albion Cox

March 9, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 1,000 cents

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Warrant in favor of John Rutter & Co., iron castings $39.47

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 12, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 5,570 cents

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Extract of a letter from Mr. Pickney in London to the Secretary of State

Mr. Albion Cox having been recommended to me to fill the office of Assayer of our Mint I made all the requisite enquiries concerning the abilities and integrity and received a satisfactory account of both, etc. You will observe a clause in our agreement stipulating that it shall be void if not approved by the President. I enclose a copy of his receipt for the money furnished him in part of salary and for articles bought. He had been employed some time in procuring these articles and conceived his salary should commence the time in which he was so engaged.  Though I saw the equity of the proposal, yet being limited by my instructions I told him all I could do would be to state the matter to you.

(This letter was received Jan. 2, 1794)?

March 16, 1793

I now enclose you the Treasurer’s record of exchange for twenty-four thousand seven hundred and fifty guilders, to be employed for the purchase of copper for the Mint, from Sweden, or wherever else it can be got on the best terms, the first of exchange having been enclosed in my letter of December the 30th

- A letter from Thomas Jefferson to Mr. Pinckney in Europe

Sylvester Sage Crosby, The United States Coinage of 1793. -- Cents and Half Cents. (Boston: Published by the author, 1897)

March 27, 1793

Warrant in favor of Isaac Miller, spirits, sweet oil, and candles $200.00
Warrant in favor of Christopher Hart, building stone $22.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 28, 1793

Warrant in favor of Conrad Bartling, carpenter work $17.05
Warrant in favor of Samuel Briggs, repairing the pump $12.43
Warrant in favor of Isaac Hough, clerk of expenditures, three months’ pay $100.00
Warrant in favor of David Rittenhouse, nine months salary $1500.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

March 30, 1793

Warrant in favor of Godfrey Zeppernio, 60 lbs. candles $6.70
Warrant in favor of Richard Relfe, clerk to Treasurer, three months salary $125.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

April 4, 1793

Warrant in favor of Mary Jones, 59 1/2 lbs. copper, cock metal and lead $9.03

Source - Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

April 8, 1793

Warrant in favor of Thomas Bradley, coppersmiths work $89.60

Source - Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

April 9, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 12,000 Cents

April 10, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 6,000 Cents

April 13, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 6,112 Cents

April 16, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 8,000 Cents

April 17, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 7,000 Cents

April 19, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 4,240 Cents

May 1, 1793

Warrant in favor of Ebenezer Hazard, 6,378 ft. scantling $76.17
Warrant in favor of Caleb Lownes, bar iron, sheet iron, steel, etc. $124.18

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

May 7, 1793

Warrant in favor of Daniel Dawson, large beam scale $32.50

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

May 17, 1793

Warrant in favor of Watson & Greenleaf, 11294 lbs. copper $2,615.96

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

May 31, 1793

Warrant in favor of Thomas Leiper, 37 feet curb stone $18.50
Warrant in favor of David Ridgway, 500 salmon bricks, 500 common bricks, 1500 paving bricks $14.83

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

June 13, 1793

Warrant in favor of Henry Voigt, 30 gals. spirits bought of John Wilson $30.00

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

June 29, 1793

Warrant in favor of Henry Voigt, 45 1/2 lbs. copper and expenses $34.82
Warrant in favor of Jacob Miller, spirits, sweet oil, and alum $34.52
Warrant in favor of Henry Voigt, cash paid John Wilson for 37 1/4 gals. spirits $37.25
Warrant in favor of Joseph Wilde, millwright, 51 days work $102.00
Warrant in favor of Henry Voigt, cash paid for several articles since April 2nd $105.27

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

July 2, 1793

Warrant in favor of Comfort Sands, charges for storage of copper (nails) at New York $111.80

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

July 4, 1793

Warrant in favor of David Ridgway, 1875 paving bricks $13.09

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

July 6, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 11,825

July 8, 1793

Warrant in favor of Howell & Taylor, 120 bushels stone coal $38.00

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

July 15, 1793

Warrant in favor of Daniel Clawges, painting at the Mint $32.80

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

July 17, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 176 cents

July 20, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 7000 half cents

Warrant in favor of Christopher Hart, 11 1/2 perches of stone for the new furnace $12.78
Warrant in favor of Jacob Craft, a punching machine for the die sinker $24.67

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

July 26, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 24,934 1/2 cents

July 30, 1793

Warrant in favor of Matthew Conary, for paving the Mint $14.17

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

August 1, 1793

Warrant in favor of Ferdinand Gourdon, 2434 lbs/ of wrought copper @ 25 cents $608.50

(This entry ties in July 2, 1973 charge by Comfort Sands)

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

August 28, 1793

Warrant in favor of John Keyser, 64 gals. spirits $64.00

-- Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

September 18, 1793

Voigt to Dalton - 12,7 Cents

Warrant in favor of ?, bricks for new furnace $118.95

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Warrant in favor of ?, 204 lbs. sheet lead, cast steel and Swedish iron $18.13

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Robert Scot received his appointment as the first Engraver of Mint, November 23, 1793.

Reference # 5

November 25, 1793

Warrant in favor of Albion Cox, to pay laborers employed at the new furnace $94.12

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 2, 1793

Warrant in favor of Bartholomew Saragin, 1659 lb. copper @ 16 cents $239.88

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 13, 1793

Warrant in favor of Adam Wagner, hauling sheet copper $13.25

Warrant in favor of Mary Keyser, stove $12.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 14, 1793

Warrant in favor of Frederick Guyer for 29 1/2 days work cutting setters(?) $29.50

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 16, 1793

Warrant in favor of John Clement Storker for 11148 lbs. old copper $1742.66

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 23, 1793

Warrant in favor of Josiah Adams & Co. for freight of nine cases of copper per Ship Mohawk $19.84

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 31, 1793

Paid to Henry Voigt for hauling (?) copper to Mint and freight from New York $19.75

--Entry on worksheet showing copper purchased for the U.S. Mint from October 16, 1792 to December 31, 1798

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Saturday, June 1, 1793

[(Warwick Lamange, Flude, Ryon-(drawing copper), Schreiner, Sinderling, Ward)]

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers & Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 25th May

Jna. Schreiner

Lewis Lamange

Nick Sinderling

Jna. Ward

Thos. Flude

Pat Ryon

Daniel Gerard

Jacob Bay

Mat. Sumers

Jna. Zolinger

Recd. a Check of the Director for

Doll      Cts.

8          62

6          --

4          98

6          --

6          38

5          75

5          75

3          60

6          --

4           2

4           2

20

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday, June 3, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange       -cutting Copper

Sinderling

Ward

Flude

Ryon

Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers& Zolinger-Labourers

Paid for 2 lb. of Emory at 20 Cts.

for a Knob Lock for the office door

Jos. Hanacom for sawing wood

Doll       Cts.

           --          40

1            7

1           67

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

Tuesday June 4, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange   -in the shop, rolling Copper

Ward

Ryon

Flude

 Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers & Zollinger-Labourers

Paid Jacob Kennard for handles

Paid for a black lead coucible

Doll     Cts.

1         24

     --        31

 

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday June 5, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange  -in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Ryon

Flude &

Gerard  --at work at Copper

Bay-cutting Punches drunk-to be fined

Sumers & Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Porter for haling copper to the M.

Paid for 2 buf. salt at 3/6

Doll        Cts.

           --           25

--           93

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday,June 6, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange   -in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Ryon

Flude & Gerard-rolling Copper

Bay

Sumers& Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Fryday June 7, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange   - in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Ryon

Flude & Gerard-annealing copper

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

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Warrant in favor of John Murphy, 346 lbs. copper        $61.55

--Account of warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Saturday, June 8, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange   -in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Ryon

Flude and Gerard-rolling copper

Bay

Sumers and Zolinger-Labourers

Paid for a pound of pearl ashes

Tho. Warwick in full to June 1

Jn. Schreiner     "

Lewis Lamange     "

Nick Sinderling   "

Jn. Ward          "

Tho. Flude        "

Pat Ryon          "

Dan. Gerard       "

Jacob Bay         "

Mat. Sumers       "

Jn. Zolinger      "

Doll      Cts.

--         18

10         --

7          --

6          64

6          --

6          66

8          --

7          --

5          40

6          --

4          18

4          69

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104 , Number 196

Monday, June 10, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange   --in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Flude

Ryon

Bay -cutting Punches

Sumers& Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives. Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday June 11, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange  --in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Flude

Ryon

Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers& Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Records, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday, June 12, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange  --in the shop

Sinderling

Ward

Flude

Ryon

Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Geo. Young for 3 loads of sand @4/6

Paid for 4 pounds of green vitriol(iron sulfate)

Doll     Cts.

1         80

    --        20

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday June 13, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange(at copper),Sinderling, Ward(milling cts.), Flude(at copper-rolling), Ryon]-in the shop

Bat-cutting punches

Sumers& Zolinger-labourers

Paid Fred Hubley for 37 pounds of old copper at 20

Rec. of the treasurer a check for

Doll    Cts.

7        40

30       --

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Reyu}| Group 104, Number 196

Fryday June 14, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude(at copper work)Ryon,]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers& Zolinger-labourers

Paid Joesph Leech for haling wood

Ephaim Clark fir Sundries as per bill

James Holston for 8 1/4 pounds of copper at 17 cts.

Doll      Cts.

2         75

1         80

1         44

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday, June 15, 1793

[Warwuck, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid Tobias Sink for haling wood to the furnace

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 8th June

Jn. Schreiner

Lewis Lamange

Jn. Ward

Tho. Flude

Pat Ryon

Dan. Gerard

Jacob Bay

Mat Sumers

Jn. Zolinger

Doll     Cts.

1         75

9         --

6         --

4         98

6         66

6         --

6         --

4         50

6         --

4          2

4          2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday June 17, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner(1/2 day), Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid for bottles of oil @4/6

Doll     Cts.

1         20

-Personnel Record, National Archhives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday, June 18, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Lamange(cutting out cts.)]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday, June 19, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange(cutting out cts.), Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay-(1/4 day)

Sumers&Zolinger

Paid for cat gut

for 10 pounds of lard  @ q d.

for a pad lock and oil

Doll      Cts.

                  --         20

1          --

--         39

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday June 20, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange(cutting out cents), Sinderling, Ward(milling cents), Flude

Ryon]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Warrant in favor of John Keyser, draft horse    $20.00

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Fryday(sic) June 21, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude(at copper-3 hours at night), Ryon(at copper-3 hours at night]-in the shop

Gerard-at copper

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid James Cottinger for 2 brushes

for screws and tacks

Doll      Cts.

1          50

 --         20

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday June 22, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude(boiling copper), Ryon]-in the shop

Gerard(boiling copper)

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid for 4 pounds of candles at 1/0

Paid ferriage for Sumers, Bullock, and horse

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 15th  inst.

Jn.Schreiner    "

Lewis Lamange   "

Nick Sinderling "

Jn. Ward        "

Tho. Flude      "

P. Ryon         "

Jacob Bay       "

Math. Sumers    "

Jn. Zolinger    "

Jn. Link for haling syderoyal

Doll       Cts.

--          53

--          13

9           --

6           --

4           98

6           --

6           66

6           --

6           --

6           66

4            2

4            2

0           33

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday June 24, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner,Lamange, Sindergling, Ward, Flude(cleaning copper), Ryon,Gerard(cleaning copper)]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid David Reeder for haling dirt

(Salve for the horses)

Dr. White  for 1 1/2 lb. of red bole @ 3/

for Honey, Vinegar, & Allum

paid for an eat thin Pott(sic)

Doll      Cts.

0--       

0--

0--

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday, June 25, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude (cleaning copper), Gerard (cleaning copper)]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger

Paid ferriage for Jna. Going to see the Cattle

C

7

-Personnel Record, NAtional Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

June 26, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Gerard-cleaning copper

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid for 6 nests of sand crucibles @3/16 of a Doll.

DOL    CTS

1       12

-Personnel Record,National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Warrant in favor of John Eisenbray, hogshead cider royal  $20.00

-Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Thursday June 27, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange

Sinderling

Ward

Flude-coining

Ryon

Gerard and Bay-coining

Sumers

Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives,

Record Group 104, Number 196

Warrant in favor of Robert Gamble,475 bushels charcoal   $47.50

-Account of Warrants drwan by David Rittenhouse

Friday June 28, 1793

Voight to Dalton- 8,000 cents

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[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude, Gerard, and Bay-coining

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid N.D. Sellers for an iron sieve No. 5

Doll      Cts

1          67

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Warrant in favor of Phillip Wager, 18 1/2 gals. rum   $18.50

-Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Saturday June 29, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling(1/2 day), Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude, Gerard, Bay-coining

Sumers and Zolinger-labourers

Paid Joesph Hamacom for sawing wood

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 22 Inst.

Jn. Schreiner    "

Lewis Lamamge    "

Nick Sinderling  "

 Jna. Ward        "

Thos. Flude      "

Pat. Ryon        "

Dan. Gerard      "

Jacob Bay        "

Math. Sumers     "

Jna. Zolinger    "

Doll         Cts.

2             40

9             --

5             50

4             98

6             --

6             66

6             --

6             --

 

5             50

4              2

4              2

Quarter closed

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday July 1, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange,Sinderling, Ward, Flude and Ryon-(1/2 the night)]in the shop

Gerard & Bay-coining

Sumers(3/4 the night)& Zolinger-labourers

Paid for 5 1/2 lb. of Spelter @1/4 1/2

Bob Birch in part for services

Doll      Cts.

1          0

2         25

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday, July 2, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange(all the night), Sinderling, Ward, Ryon(all the night)]-in the shop

Flude-casting copper-all night

Gerard-tending furnace

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers& Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Edward Bright for haling wood

for a bushel of Lime

Doll       Cts.

0           50

0           31

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday July 3, 1793

Warwick-3 hours at night

Schreiner

Lamange

Sinderling-3 hours at night

Ward

Ryon-3 hours at night

Flude &  --3/4 of the night

Gerard--casting copper

Bay-cutting punches

Sumer& Zolinger-labourers

Rec'd of the Treasurer a Check for   30 dollars

--Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Fryday(sic) July 5, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay-drunk

Sumers-drunk

Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday July 6, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid J&T Painter as per bill

Jn. Zolinger for ferriage

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 29th June

Jn. Schreiner    "

Lewis Lamange    "

Nick Sinderling  "

Jn. Ward         "

Tho. Flude       "

Pat Ryon         "

Daniel Gerard    "

Jacob Bay        "

Matthew Sumers   "

Jn. Zolinger     "

Doll     Cts.

4          5

     --         6

9         --

6         --

4         98

6         --

6         66

6         --

6         --

5         40

6         --

4          2

4          2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday July 8, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday July 9, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling,Ward, Flude(at copper), Ryon]-in the shop

Gerard @3/4 day copper

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid Fred Smith for 2 loads of sand

Sam Smith for haling bar iron from Caleb Lowries(?)

Alexander Rain for 1 1/2 lb [email protected]/5

Doll       Cts.

0           67

0           20

2           17

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday, July 10, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling,Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude, Gerard-at copper

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid for a brush

Rec'd of the Treasurer a Check for

Paid Amos Subers for muffles

for a pint of oil

for two hundred sprigs

Doll     Cts.

--        50

17        33

17        33

--         6

--        15

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record, Group 104, Number 196

Thursday July 11, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay

Gerard

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday July 13, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid Geo. Young for Sand

Tho. Warwick in full to the 6th July

Jn. Schreiner    "

Lewis Lamange    "

Nick Sinderling  "

Jn. Ward         "

Tho. Flude       "

Pat Ryon'        "

Daniel Gerard    "

Jacob Bay        "

Mat. Sumers      "

Jn. Zolinger     "

Doll     Cts.

3         --

7         75

5         --

5         19

5         --

5         50

7         25

6         75

3         60

5         --

3         85

3         35

Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday, July 15, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid Jn. Zolinger ferriage

for 2 bushels of salt @3/6

Doll     Cts.

   --       10

--       93

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday July 16, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner,mLamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday, July 17, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard(3/4 day)]-in the shop

Bay

Zolinger

Sumers

Paid Jos. Wilde for 5 Days Labour at Millwrights weights work at the mint in full

Paid for 10 lb of lard at 10cts

Doll

10

1

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday, July 18, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, (Flude, Ryon, Gerard)-coining]-in the shop

Bay-cutting punches

Sumers&Zolinger-labourers

Paid for a ream of wrapping paper

Doll

1

-Personnel Record , National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

Fryday(sic) July 19, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange,

 Sinderling, Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude & Gerard-coining 1/2 cents

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid James Cooper for haling copper

for 3 lbs. of chalk

Doll        Cts

1            0

--           13

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday July 20, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers-1/2 day

Zolinger

Paid Poultney & Wistar

Jacob Bird freight for copper

Bob Birch on acct.

Tho. Warwick in full to th 13th July

Jn. Schreiner   "

Lewis Lamange   "

Nick Sinderling "

Jn. Ward        "

Tho. Flude      "

Pat. Ryon       "

Daniel Gerard   "

Jacob Bay       "

Mat. Sumers     "

Jn. Zolinger    "

Doll     Cts.

1         68

4          0

1         --

9         --

6         --

4         98

6         --

6         60

6         --

6         --

5         40

6         --

4          2

4          2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

Monday July 22, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude&Gerard-coining

SUmers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid ferriage for the hostler  8 cts.

for a bushel of salt         43 cts.

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday, July 23, 1793

[Warwick,Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude&Gerard-coining 1/2 cts.

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid for 3 lbs. nails for Millwrights @ 27 cts.

for 12 lbs. pearl ashes & 4 lb. Litherage

for a flux for Mr. Cox

Doll   Cts.

--      81

2       --

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

Wednesday July 24, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange,Sinderling, Ward, Flude(coining 1/2 cts.),Ryon]in the shop

Gerard-coining 1/2 cts.

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid for 4lbs. of nails for millwrights @11 d.  50 cts.

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday, July 25, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon]-in the shop

Flude&Gerard-Coining 1/2 cts.

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid for 2 bush. salt @ 3/4     89cts.

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, NUmber 196

Fryday(sic) July 26, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Gerard-1/2 day

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Rec'd. of the Treasurer a Check for-- 30 Doll.

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

July 26, 1793

Voight to Dalton-24,934 1/2 Cents

Saturday July 27, 1793

[Warwick, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid for antimony & hostlers ferriage

Paid Tho.

warwi

 in full to th

 20th July

Jn. Schreiner   "

Lewis Lamange   "

Nick Si

derling

"

J> WRD        "

Tho. Flude      "

Pat Ryon        "

Daniel Gerard   "

Jacob BY 
    "

Mat. Sumers     "

Jn. Zolinger    "

Doll    Cts.

--       47

9        --

6        --

4        98

6        --

6        60

6        --

6        --

4        27

6        --

3        68

4         2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

Monday, July 29, 1793

[Warwick, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid for a Funnel        25 cents

for small file for Bay   75   "

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Numer 196.

Tuesday July 30, 1793

[Warwick,Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid for 3 bottles sweet oil @50

for four bush. lime @2/2

Paid Adam Wagner by the hands  of Jn.Link for haling copper

Doll     Cts.

1         50

1         14

1         50

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196.

July 30, 1793

Warrant in favor of Matthew Conary, for paving the Mint  $14.17

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Wednesday July 31, 1793

[Warwick, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay-cutting Punches

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Hugh Robinson for sawing wood

Doll    Cts.

10       77

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 194, Number 196

Thursday August 1, 1793

[Warwick, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Henry Hinkle for 38 bus. Lime

for the new furnace @ 2/0

for 10 lb. of Lard @ 12 cts.

Fred Stall for a rope

Rec'd a check of the Treasurer for

Doll   Cts.

10      13

1       20

--      73

50      00

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

August 1, 1793

Warrant in favor of Ferdinand Gourdon, 2434 lbs. of wrought copper @ 25cts. -$608.50

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenouse

This entry ties into the July 2, 1793 charge by Comfort Sands

Fryday(sic) August 2, 1793

[Warwick, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record,National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday August 3, 1793

[Warwick, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Bay]-in the shop

Sumers&Zolinger-Labourers

Paid Geo. Young for four loads of sand @ 4/6

Paid Hostler's ferriage

Tho. Warwick in full to the 27th July

Jn. Schreiner    "

Lewis Lamange    "

Nick Sinderling  "

Jn. Ward         "

Tho. Flude       "

Pat. Ryon        "

Dan. Gerard      "

Jacob Bay        "

Mathias Sumers   "

Jn. Zolinger     "

Doll     Cts.

2         40

--        10

9         --

5         --

4         98

6         --

6         60

6         60

6         25

3         60

6         --

4          2

4          2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday August 5, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange--6 hours extra

Sinderling

Ward                --in the shop

Flude-6 hours extra

Ryon-6 hours extra

Gerard-2 hours extra

Sumers&                --Labourers

Zolinger-2 hours extra

Paid for 13 lbs. of Lard @ 1/2

for antimony for the horses

Doll      Cts.

2          2

--        13

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 194, Number 196

Tuesday August 6, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop &cleaning copper

Sumers

Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday August 7, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay-till breakfast

Sumers         --Labourers

Zolinger-2 hours extra

Paid for 10 lbs. of emory @20. cts

for 8 lbs. of Lard @ 15 Cts.

Doll      Cts.

2          0

1         20

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number196.

Thursday August 8, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange-1 hour extra

Sinderling

Ward                 --in the shop

Flude-3 hours extra

Ryon-2 hours extra

Gerard-2 hours extra

Sumers& Zolinger-Labourers

Paid for 24 1/4 lbs. of Lard @ 14 d.

for 2 bus. salt@ 5/

Doll     Cts.

3         77

1         33

-Peronnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Fryday(sic) August  9, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Sumers      -Labourers

Zolinger-2 hours extra

Paid Jn. Herkesymer for 10 bus Lime@ 2/

for the new furnace

Doll    Cts.

2        67

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday August 10, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Sumers         --Labourers

Zolinger-2 hours extra

Paid Bob Birch on acct.

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 3rd August

Lewis Lamange    "

Nick Sinderling  "

Jn. Ward         "

Tho. Flude       "

Pat. Ryon        "

Daniel Gerard    "

Jacob Bay        "

Mat. Sumers      "

Jn. Zolinger     "

Doll    Cts.

1         0

9         0

4        98

6        --

6        60

6        60

6        --

4        50

5        --

4         2

4         2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday August 12, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling,Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-in the shop

Bay

Sumer&Zolinger-Labourers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday August 13, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner

Lamange-2 hours extra

Sinderling              -in the shop

Flude-4 hours extra

Ryon

Gerard-2 hours extra

Fred Guyer began 1/2 day @ 100 cents per day

Bay

Zolinger-4 hours extra

Paid for 2 bush salt @67

Wm. Sheppard for 36 buf lime at 25

for the new furnace

Doll       Cts.

1           33

9           --

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

 Wednesday August 14, 1793

Warwick

Lamange

Sinderling

Flude-2 hours extra

Ryon

Gerard

Somers

Zolinger-2 hours extra

Schreiner-1/2 day

Guyer

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday August 15, 1793

[Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Zolinger, Sumers]

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Fryday August 16, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling,Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Zolinger, Sumers

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday August 17, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Zolinger

Paid Bob Birch on account

  Herbot & Lex for vinegar

Jn. Harper for saws

Mattias Sumers for withs

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 10th August

Jn. Schreiner    "

Lewis Lamange    "

Nick Sinderling  "

Jn. Ward         "

Tho. Flude       "

Pat Ryon         "

Dan. Gerard      "

Jacob Bay        "

Math. Sumers     "

Jn.Zolinger      "

Doll      Cts.

--         50

4          80

3          50

2          20

9          --

6          --

5          46

6          --

6          60

7          42

6          66

5          70

1          --

2          20

4          35

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday August 19, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange,Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid for cat gut and Sal. Amoniac  30 cts.

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday August 20, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, [Flude, Ryon, Gerard]-2 hours extra, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday August 21, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon, Flude, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday August 22, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange,Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid for hooping a large tub

Peter Crefs for Sundres as per bill

for a mahogany rule

Bob Birch on afc. for medicine

Doll     Cts.

--        25

3         68

--        40

--        41

-Personnel Record, National Archives, cord Group 104, Number 196

Fryday August 23, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid Nick rope for a hand burrow

for  four pieces of square wire

Doll     Cts.

2          0

       --        25

-Personnel Record, National Archives, REcord Group 104, Number 196

Saturday August 24, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers,Zolinger

Rec'd of the Leaf a Check for

Paid Bob Birch on a/c for Medicine

Thos. Warwick in full to the 17th August

Jn. Schreiner   "

Lewis Lamange   "

Nick Sinderling "

Jn. Ward        "

Tho Flude       "

Pat Ryon        "

Dan Gerard      "

Fred Guyer      "

Jacob Bay       "

Math. Sumers    "

Jn. Zolinger    "   

Doll    Cts.

50       00

--       59

9        00

5        50

5        12

6        00

5        50

7        15

6        --

5        55

4        50

2        --

2        68

4        35

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday August 26, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Gerard, Ryon, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid Wm. Martin for Planes

Math. Sumers for Fred Taxis for Basket

Imos Subers for 2 black lead potts

Doll     Cts.

2         0

1        73

2        78

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

 Tuesday August 27, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Gerard, Ryon, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday August 28, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner-3/4 day

Lamange

Sinderling

Ward

Flude

Ryon

Gerard

Guyer

Sumers

Zolinger

Paid for Mr.David Rittenhouse ( Money advanced by him to Hugh for 40 bushels of Lime for new fair

Doll     Cts.

9         35

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

August 28, 1793

Warrant in favor of John Keyser, 64 gals. spirits  $64.00

--Accounts of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Thursday  August 29, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid for 3      and 4 candles

Doll       Cts.

1           25

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record roup 104, Number 196

Fryday August 30, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Flude(1/2 day), Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid for 3 buf salt @ 3/4

Doll    Cts.

1        33

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104,Number 196

Saturday August 31, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 24th August

Jn. Schreiner   "
Lewis Lamange   "

Nick Sinderling "

Jn. Ward        "

Tho. Flude      "

Pat Ryon        "

Dan. Gerard     "

Fred Guyer      "

Math. Sumers    "

Jn. Zolinger    "

Doll     Cts.

9          0

6         --

4         98

6         --

6         60

6         78

6         16

5         55

6         --

4          2

4          2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday  September 2, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward(3/4), Ryon, Gerard(3/4), Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Numer 196

September 2, 1793

Warrant in favor of Peter DeHaven, for pasturing horses $9.86

--Account of warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

Thursday  September 3, 1793

Warwick(1/4 day), Schreiner, Ward, Ryon(1/4 day), Guyer, Sumers,Zolinger

Paid for 4 lb. of Nails @ 11 d.

Doll      Cts.

--         50

-Personnel Record, National Archives, ecord Group 104, Number196

Wednesday, September 4, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Ward, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid Hostler's ferriage  

Doll      Cts.

1          13

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Thursday September 5, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling(3/4), Ward, Ryon, Guyer, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Fryday(sic) September 6, 1793

Warwick

Schreiner -3/4

Lamange

Sinderling-1/2

Ward

Ryon

Gerard-3/4

Guyer

Sumers

Zolinger

Rec'd of the Director's a Check for

Doll       Cts.

50         00

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Saturday September 7, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Sinderling, Ward, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

Paid Tho. Warwick in full to the 31st August

Jn. Schreiner   "

Lewis Lamange   "

Sinderling      "

Ward            "

Flude           "

Ryon            "

Gerard          "

Guyer           "

Sumers          "

Zolinger        "

Doll    Cts.

9        0

5       75

4       98

6       --

6       60

3       85

6       --

5       40

6       --

4        2

4        2

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday September 9, 1793

Warwick,Schreiner(1/2 day), Lamange, Ward, Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday September 10, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Ward, Flude,Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personal Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday  September 11, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner(1/2 day), Lamange, Ward(1/2), Flude, Ryon, Gerard, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Fryday(sic) September 13, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Flude, Ryon, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

 Saturday September 14, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Flude, Ryon, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Monday September 16, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Flude, Ryon, Guyer, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Tuesday September 17, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner, Lamange, Flude, Ryon, Sumers, Zolinger

-Personnel Record,National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

Wednesday September 18, 1793

Warwick, Lamange(1/2),Ryon

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

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Voigt to Dalton-12, 756 Cents

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Warrant in favor of ? , bricks for new furnace  $118.95

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

 

Thursday Sept. 19, 1793

Warwick, Schreiner

-Personnel Record, National Archives, Record Group 104, Number 196

November 13, 1793

Warrant in favor of ?, 204 lbs. sheert lead, cast steel and Swedish iron $18.13

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

November 23, 1793

Robert Scot received his appointment as the first Engraver of the Mint, November 23, 1793.

Reference #5

November 25, 1793

Warrant in favor of Albion Cox, to pay labourers employed at the new furnace  $94.12

-Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse

December 2, 1793

Warrant in favor of Bartholomew Saragin, 1659 lb. copper @ 16 cents  $239.88

--Account of Warrants drawn by David Rittenhouse