From Isaac Holmes
[Charleston, South Carolina, September 19, 1794. On October 3, 1794, Oliver Wolcott, Jr., answering “for the Secty of the Treasy,” wrote to Holmes: “Your letter dated Sept. 19th has been rec’d.”1 Letter not found.]
1. Wolcott’s letter to Holmes of October 3, 1794, reads as follows: “Your Letter dated Sept. 19th. has been rec’d and on consideration of the case stated it is deemed proper that copies of the Entries of prize vessels be granted on the application of the Agents Consuls or Vice Consuls of any of the belligerent nations, but nothing further is to be certified than that the copies are true” (ADf, Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford).