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20 October 1804, Department of State. “I am of opinion that the balance found due to Dr. Edward Stevens, after deducting the sum allowed to reimburse his expenses for the relief of Seamen, may be paid out of the actual appropriations for foreign intercourse.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 14). 1 p. For the questions surrounding the payment of Edward Stevens’s claim, see Jefferson to...
31 October 1804, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to advance to James Davidson, Cashier of the Office of Discount & Deposit in this City, the sum of Twenty Thousand dollars, to enable him according to the arrangements concerted with that Office, to pay the claims of the persons on whose awards by the Commissioners under the 7th. Art: of the British Treaty, payments have been...
21 December 1804, Department of State. “I have the honor to request that you will be pleased to issue a warrant for four thousand, forty two dollars, and fifty six cents, on the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse in favor of James Davidson Jr. the assignee of a bill of exchange for the same sum drawn upon me on the 21st. Septr. last, by Messrs. Dagen, Purviance & Co. of Leghorn, who are to...
26 December 1804, Department of State. “The enclosed letter addressed to Mr. Wynn, was communicated to me with a view to establish the construction it urges of the Act supplementary to the Consular act: but as the construction contended for would affect the public receipts, I have supposed it proper that your sentiments should rule the Consuls, some of whom have referred the point for...
10 January 1805, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for two hundred dollars in favor of Moses Young in virtue of the enclosed draft in his favor drawn by Rebecca Arundel, whose power from Richard OBrien to receive this sum annually from his salary is lodged in the Treasury.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 14). 1 p.
24 January 1805, Department of State. “Be pleased to issue your warrant on the appropriation for the relief & protection of American Seamen for $985.41—in favor of D. Bethune, as assignee of Dr. Gourly, it being for a bill of exchange for £221.14.42 Sterling dated the 17th. Octr. 1804, and drawn by M: Lamar Esqr. Consul of the U. States at Madeira in favor of the said Dr. Gourlay, the sd....
1 February 1805, Department of State . “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for three hundred dollars on the appropriation for the contingent expenses of the Indiana Territory in favor of Wm. Whann, the holder of the enclosed bill drawn upon me by W. H. Harrison on the 14th. of Decr. last for the same sum: Govr. Harrison to be charged with the same & held accountable.” Letterbook...
7 February 1805, Department of State . “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for one hundred and twenty dollars, on the appropriation for the contingent expenses of the Mississippi Territory in favor of James Davidson assignee of the enclosed bill of exchange [not found] drawn for the same sum by Cato West Esqr. Acting Governor of that Territory, upon me dated 1st. October 1804. Mr....
18 February 1805, Department of State . “Mr. Samuel Emery having in his favor an order for 894 52/100 dollars upon me, drawn by Thomas Appleton, the Consul of the United States at Leghorn, on the 31st. Decr. 1802, and being found on the settlement of Mr. Appleton’s accounts, that no more than four hundred, eighty nine dollars & seventy seven cents are due to Mr. Appleton, I request you will be...
8 March 1805, Department of State . “I have the honor to request that you will be pleased to issue a warrant for one thousand five hundred dollars on the appropriation for prize causes, in favor of James Eakin, the holder of the enclosed bill of exchange, drawn upon me on the 12th. Septr. last by Joseph Iznardi, Consul of the United States at Cadiz, for the same sum: Mr. Iznardi to be charged...
19 March 1805, Department of State . “Be pleased to issue your Warrant on the appropriation for the Contingent expences of the Department of State for Five Hundred Dollars, in favor of Christopher S. Thom; he to be charged and held accountable for the same.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 14). 1 p. On 18 May 1805 JM requested an additional $500 from Gallatin for departmental expenses...
6 April 1805, Department of State . “General Turreau having requested in his letter to you, that three hundred dollars might be advanced to Capt. Joseph du Buisson, in addition to the two hundred some time past advanced to him by this Department, I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant in his favor for five hundred dollars, charging the same as part of the restitution remaining due on...
12 April 1805, Department of State . “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for one thousand dollars on the appropriations for Barbary intercourse in favor of James Davidson, the holder of the enclosed bill of Exchange, drawn upon me on the 4th. of February last by Richard OBrien for the same sum in favor of Joseph Eleen; Mr. OBrien to be charged with the same & held accountable.”...
17 April 1805, Department of State . “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for three hundred dollars in favor of C. & T. Bullit, the holders of the enclosed bill of exchange, drawn upon me on the 7th. ult. by Wm. H. Harrison, Governor of the Indiana Territory, for the same sum, in favor of E. Stout: The warrant to be charged to Govn. and drawn upon the appropriation for the...
3 May 1805, Department of State . “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant, on the appropriations for the relief of Seamen, for one thousand & eighty nine dollars & seventy seven Cents in favor of James Davidson, the holder of the enclosed bill of Exchange, drawn upon me on the 3d. ult. for the same sum, by Josiah Blakely Esqr. Consul of the U: States at St. Jago of Cuba, who is to be...
23 May 1805, Department of State . “I have the honor to request, that you will be pleased to cause Seven thousand dollars, from the appropriations for foreign intercourse, to be remitted to Sir Francis Baring & Co. the Bankers of this Department in London.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 14). 1 p. On 30 May 1805 JM asked Gallatin for similar warrants for $3,000 to be remitted to...
15 June 1805, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant on the appropriations for the contingent expenses of Government for eight hundred & fifty six dollars, in favor of John Davidson the holder of the three enclosed bills of exchange drawn upon me on the 10th. May last by W. H. Harrison on account of the expenses of the Louisiana Territory, one for 600 dols,...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 9 July 1805, Department of State. “I have the honor to request that you will be pleased to issue your warrant, on the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse, for one thousand dollars, in favor of James Davidson, the holder of the enclosed bill of Exchange, drawn upon me on the 24th. Novr. last, for the same sum by James Simpson Esqr. Consul of the United States at Tangier...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 22 July 1805, Department of State. “Be pleased to issue your warrant on the appropriation for the Contingent expences of the Department of State for Five Hundred Dollars in favor of C. S. Thom: he to be charged and held accountable for the same.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 15). 1 p. On 12 Dec. 1805 JM again asked Gallatin to issue a warrant on the...
Before I left Washington I was called upon by Col. Tousard, who had been charged by Fayette with explanations &c. to his friends. These confirm the need he is in of relief both permanent & present, with respect to his pecuniary affairs. The idea has been entertained by him and is strongly pressed by Toussard, that money can be got on loan from the Banks & that his friends here can greatly...
I am just favored with yours of the 6th: I have not seen Toussard since my arrival here, and can not therefore say when you will have an oppy. of conferring with him on the subject of Fayette. I wish most fervently that something could be done for the latter, tho I can not pretend to say what can. Notwithstanding the grant of Congs. I fear he must be ruined without some immediate relief in...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 17 August 1805, Department of State . “To enable Mr. Lear to make the biennial present which comes due to Algiers this fall, I request you to be pleased to provide him with a credit in the hands of Sir Francis Baring &Co. in London, to the amount of twelve thousand dollars.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 15). 1 p.
On the rect. of your favor on the subject to which the letter of Mr. Merry to you now inclosed relates, I wrote to the office of State to know whether in any former instance the indulgence claimed by Mr. Foster had been allowed to a Secy. of Legation. It appears that there has not, during the presence of the Minister Plenipoy. I do not find however that it has been refused. The probability is...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 1 November 1805, Department of State. “I have the honor to request that in virtue of the power of Attorney of Tobias Lear Esqr., enclosed in my letter to you of the 5th. Septr. 1803 [not found], there may be remitted to George Long, of Portsmouth N.H. five hundred dollars, from the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse. Mr. Lear to be charged with the same and held...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 8 November 1805, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for three thousand three hundred & Seventeen dollars & eight cents, on the appropriations for the relief of Seamen, in favor of James Davidson Jnr. the holder of the enclosed bill of exchange drawn upon me on the 26th. Septr. last, for the same sum, by Josiah Blakely, Consul of the...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 22 November 1805, Department of State. “I have the honor to request that you will be pleased to issue a warrant on the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse, for Seven hundred & Sixty dollars & Sixty nine cents in favor of James Davidson Jnr. the holder of the enclosed bill of exchange, drawn on me on the 4th. Novr. 1803, by James Simpson Esqr. Consul of the U. States at...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 3 December 1805, Department of State. “I have to request that you will please to issue your warrant on the appropriations for Barbary purposes for one thousand dollars in favor of Daniel Brent, for defraying the expences of the Tunisian Embassy now in this City; the said Daniel Brent to be charged and held accountable for the same.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 15). 1 p....
§ To Albert Gallatin. 17 January 1806, Department of State. “Should the additional Clerk hire enserted in the estimate of this Department be granted, there will be a sufficient number of persons to expedite the land-patents, taking into view the probable increase of the number, at least in the current year. I am however informed, that even at present, a weeks leasure, which will probably...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 27 January 1806, Department of State. “Be pleased to issue your warrant, on the appropriation for the Contingent expences of the Department of State, for five hundred dollars, in favor of Christopher S Thom: he to be charged & held accountable for the same.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 15). 1 p. On 28 Jan. 1806 JM requested Gallatin to issue a warrant on the...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 27 January 1806, Department of State. “I have the honor to request that you will be pleased to issue your warrant on the appropriation for the contingent expences of Indiana Territory, for Thirty-nine dollars & fifty two cents, in favor of Solomon Fish, holder of the enclosed bill, drawn upon me, the 21st. day of Septr. last, by Wm. H. Harrison Esqr. Governor of said...
I have the honor to enclose an additional estimate of the expense incurred in the Territory of Michigan, and to request that you will be pleased to place it in such a course as will bring it to the attention of the Legislature. You will observe Sir, that no part of it, except office rent for the Secretary is of a permanent nature. I am &c. An additional estimate of expense incurred in the...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 13 February 1806, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for three thousand nine hundred & forty seven dollars & thirty six cents on the appropriations for Barbary intercours⟨e,⟩ in favor of James Davidson Jnr. the holder of the enclosed bill of Exchange, drawn upon me for the same, in favor of Dagen, Purviance & Co. by Tobias Lear Esqr....
§ To Albert Gallatin. 25 February 1806, Department of State. “I have the honor to request, that you will be pleased to cause to be added to the estimates for the service of the present year the sum of three thousand dollars, to cover an unascertained balance of Salary due from the United States to the 5th. Commissioner under the treaty of Amity, Commerce & navigation with Great Britain.”...
By virtue of the act, entitled, “an act making Provision for defraying any extraordinary expences attending between the U States and foreign nations,” passed on the 13th. February 1806., and of which the annexed is an official exemplification, I Thomas Jefferson, President of the U States of America, Do hereby authorize and empower Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury of the U States, to...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 31 March 1806, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for one hundred & two dollars & sixty nine cents, on the appropriations for the relief of Seamen, in favor of Nicholas Gilman, in whose favor the enclosed bill was drawn upon me on the 30th. June last, by Wm. Jarvis, the Consul of the United States at Lisbon, who is to be charged with the...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 12 May 1806, Department of State. “I request you to be pleased to cause a warrant for four hundred & fifty dollars to be issued, upon the appropriations for Foreign Intercourse, in favor of H: Rogers, the holder of the enclosed bill of exchange, drawn upon me on the 2d. ult, by Govr. W. C. C. Claiborne, who is to be charged with the same.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59,...
§ To Albert Gallatin. 14 May 1806, Department of State. “I have the honor to request that you will be pleased to cause two thousand dollars, from the Foreign Intercourse fund to be remitted to William Pinkney Esqr. at Baltimore, who is to be charged with the same, as Commissioner Extraordinary to Great Britain.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 15). 1 p.
I request you will be pleased to cause three thousand dollars to be placed in the Branch Bank at Boston to the credit of James L. Cathcart Esqr. from the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse, Mr. Cathcart to be charged with the same. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to cause a warrant for four hundred dollars to be issued on the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse, in favor of Thomas Triplitt; who is to be charged with the same on the books of the Treasury. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to place in the Branch Bank at Boston two thousand dollars from the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse, to the credit of James L. Cathcart, who is to be charged with the same. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I have the honor to request, that you will be pleased to cause twenty five thousand five hundred dollars, from the appropriations for foreign intercourse, and twenty two hundred dollars, from the appropriations for the relief of Seamen, to be remitted to Sir Francis Baring & Co. the Agents of this Department in London. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
Be pleased to issue your warrant on the appropriation for the Contingent expences of the Department of State for one thousand Dollars in favor of Roger C. Weightman, Agent of William Duane: said Duane to be held accountable for the same. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to cause the sum of eight thousand Six hundred dollars, from the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse to be placed at the Branch Bank at Norfolk to the credit of George Davis Esqr. Consul for Tripoli, who is to be charged with the same on the books of the Treasury. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
Be pleased to issue your warrant on the appropriation for the Contingent expences of the Territory of Michigan for five hundred & twenty five dollars, in favor of Christopher S. Thom as assignee of William Hull Esqr. Governor of the said Territory; the said Wm. Hull to be held accountable for the same. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to cause the sum of four thousand dollars from the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse to be placed to the credit of James L. Cathcart in the Branch Bank at Boston, charging the same to him on the books of the Treasury. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant for three hundred & ninety three dollars and forty cents, on the appropriations for the relief of Seamen in favor of Joseph Cowing the holder of the enclosed bill of exchange for the same sum, drawn upon me on the 14 May last, by Marien Lamar, who is to be charged with the same on the books of the Treasury. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant upon the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse for four thousand five hundred dollars, in favor of Louis Deblois, the holder of the two enclosed bills, the one drawn upon me by Tobias Lear, for two thousand five hundred dollars, in favor of John Wingate, on the 28th. March last, and the other by James Simpson, for two thousand dollars in favor of...
I have to request that you cause a x Warrant to be issued in favor of Daniel Brent, to be paid out of the appropriations for Barbary purposes, for fourteen hundred and fifty three dollars & twenty cents; the said Brent to be charged with and held accountable for the Money. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I request you to be pleased to issue a warrant on the appropriations for the relief o Seamen for one hundred & four dollars & twenty one cents, in favor of Saml. Anderson, the holde r of the enclosed bill of exchange, drawn upon me on the 26th. Ult. for the same sum by Hugh Lennox, Agent for Seamen at Jamaica, who is to be charged with the same. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
I have the honor to request, that in virtue of the power of Attorney of Tobias Lear Esqr. inclosed in my letter to you of the 5 Sept. 1803, there may be remitted to George Long, of Portsmouth (N. H) five hundred dollars from the appropriations for Barbary intercourse; Mr. Lear to be charged with the same and held accountable. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.