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Your letter of the 29th. October has been received. It will be proper for you to make application on the subject of fees to the Collector of your District. It is his duty, both as it regards the persons who hold the employment of surveyor and the public service, to pay to the several surveyors the lawful portion of the compensations, according to their several services. And I presume if any...
In the month of July last Mr Thomas Arnold left at the Treasury a note relative to the tonnage and impost on the Sloops Betsy & Peace, stating that those duties had been paid at the foreign rates by their Captains on entries at Wiscassett and Bath subsequent to the adoption of the federal Constitution by the Convention of Rhode Island. On examination it appears that the entries were made in...
[ Philadelphia, January 14, 1792. The dealer’s catalogue description of this letter reads: “Arnold’s annual allowance as Surveyor.” Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, Jr., May 17, 1932, Lot 166. Arnold was the surveyor of the customs at East Greenwich, Rhode Island.