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I ha You have already been instructed to put your regiment under marching orders. They will immediately proceed to their destination on the Potowmack in the vicinity of Harpers ferry, taking the route by Frederick Town. The contractors on the road will furnish you with the necessary supplies. I am advised that an advance of two months pay will be forwarded as soon as the forms of office can be...
[ Philadelphia, April 2, 1792 . On April 26, 1792, Keais wrote to Hamilton : “I this Day was Honored with the Receipt of your Letter of the 2nd Instant Covering A Commission … as Inspector of the Revenue for this port.” Letter not found .] Keais was collector of customs for the port of Washington, North Carolina, and superintendent of stakage in Pamlico and Albemarle sounds.
I this moment received the favour of your letter of the 16th instant. I partly agree and partly disagree with you respecting the deficiencies of your constitution. That there is a want of vigor in the executive, I believe will be found true. To determine the qualifications proper for the chief executive Magistrate requires the deliberate wisdom of a select assembly, and cannot be safely lodged...
You will have the boats at Dodd’s and those now with the army, properly furnished with oars, transported by horses for the sake of expedition—brought to the Notch, tomorrow evening precisely at five O Clock (i e half an hour before sunset) where they will receive further orders. You will have with each set a confidential person on whom you can absolutely rely for punctuality to a moment. The...
I have receipt received your letter of the eighth ninth of october. Your name is placed on the list of Candidates for the office of Division Inspector; but I can not tell say how far it will be practicable to comply with your wish request as a particular course has been viewed is to be pursued and it is impossible to tell whether that will lead to the gratification of your desire. With great...
Serjeant Hunter, the person whom you sent to attend my office as orderly, has this morning left it without permission—leaving a note that he was compelled by indisposition to repair to Fort Jay. This conduct is irregular and deserves reprehension. You will enquire into this affair and communicate to me the State of it. Copy, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of...
Inclosed is a letter containing as the Secy of War informs me 2875 Dollars on account of pay bounties &c. This will no doubt enable you to proceed to Albany with your detachment where the Contractor’s Agent is directed to provide the means of conveying you to this City by Water. I have also directed that the Cloathing for your detachment be forwarded to the same person who will deliver to you...
I have been detained here these two days by a fever and violent rheumatic pains throughout my body. This has prevented my being active in person for promoting the purposes of my errand, but I have taken every other method in my power, in which Governor Clinton has obligingly given me all the aid he could. In answer to my pressing application to General Poor for the immediate marching of his...
[To the Speaker of the House of Representatives] The Secretary of the Treasury, in obedience to the order of the House of Representatives of the 23d of April, respectfully submits the several statements, in the schedules herewith transmitted, marked A and B, and Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Upon these statements, the Register of the Treasury, in his report to the said Secretary, makes the following...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the seventeenth of this month— With Considern I am, Sir &c: & There is no immediate call for your services, and I have therefore no objection to the furlough which you desire—The time however is will probably be too long, and I have to request that you will report yourself to me every month—you will then receive orders according to...