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FORM 1.--(ESTIMATE FOR FUNDS.)
is Paymaster, from the 1st of , 18 to the 1st of 18 two months, founded on the actual number of said troops.
I certify that the above estimate is founded on the best data, as to the actual number of troops, to be obtained.
-, Paymaster, U. S. A.
Receipts to be rendered by Paymasters for remit!ances.
day of the day of
18—, the sum of no Army of the United States, as follows:
18–, at dollars and
in the State of
dated cents, on account of the pay, &c., of the
· Nore.-One receipt for the Paymaster General, one for the Second Auditor, and one for the Treasurer.
I hereby certify that the foregoing account is accurate and just; that I have not been absent without leave during any part of
and to the
-, Paymaster, this day of , 18–, the sum of
DESCRIPTION OF SERVANTS.
Amount.............. Note 1. The amount of additional pay per month, if any, for former services under the act of August 4, 1854, must be carefully
noted in the exact words used on the Muster-Roll.
which may be still due him.
for loss or damage done to arms, or other public property, must be noted, and the articles, and particular damage
the order of sentence or pardon, whenever the final settlement of the man's accounts may be affected by either.
Certificate to be given a soldier at the time of his discharge.
years, and is
I CERTIFY that the within named
of Captain company (-) of the
born in in the State of
feet - inches high, complexion, eyes, hair, and by profession was enlisted by
day of eighteen hundred and
to serve for now entitled to a discharge by reason of The said was last paid by Paymaster
to include the
-, eighteen hundred and and his pay due from that time to the present date.
There is due to him dollars retained pay.
There is due to him dollars on account of clothing not drawn in kind. He is indebted to the United States
dollars on account of extra clothing, &c. He is indebted to
dollars. The contract price of the ration at is
Note.-When a soldier transfers his certificates, the transfer must be made on them, witnessed by a commissioned officer, when practicable, or by some other reputable person known to the Paymaster.