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Peter Colt signed Connecticut State Treasury Office Document dated 1789-90's - American Revolutionary War Material

Inv# AG1047
State(s): Connecticut
Years: 1789-90's
Peter Colt, Grandfather of the famous Connecticut Gun Maker, Samuel Colt. This 1789-90's Connecticut State Treasury-Office Document exchanges Revolutionary War Interest Bearing Notes for other notes. It is not only boldly signed by Peter Colt but also by Jedediah Huntington, important Brigadier General in the Revolutionary War. These Treasury Office documents are Choice Near Mint Condition. Scarce! Peter Colt was the Connecticut State Treasurer from 1790 to 1794.

The State Comptroller is the chief fiscal guardian of the State of Connecticut. The duties and responsibilities of the state comptroller include, among other things, overseeing state accounting, preparing state financial reports, paying and administering benefits to state employees, settling demands against the state that do not first have to be approved or adjusted by the General Assembly, administering miscellaneous appropriations for employee taxes, insurance, and health services, and administering grants to police, firefighters, and municipalities. Comptrollers in Connecticut are elected to a term of four years, their election taking place in the same cycle as gubernatorial elections. Read more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_State_Comptroller

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