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Department of State, January 3, 1795. “I do myself the honor of inclosing to you a copy of a letter from Mr. Fauchet to me, dated yesterday. As it comes up to what passed between us in conversation two days ago, I must beg the favor of you to enable me to inform him of the necessary steps to complete the arrangement of the forty thousand Dollars.” LC , RG 59, Domestic Letters of the Department...
Department of State, January 3, 1795. “I beg leave to lay before you a letter of the 25th. ultimo from the Governor of Virginia with its inclosures. As they relate to a transaction during the embargo, which has been principally connected with the Treasury Department, I must request you to institute such inquiries, or furnish me with such information, as will possess me of the whole affair. I...
I called at your Office on Saturday, to confer with you on the subject of this letter, but I was not so fortunate as to meet you. By the last letters from our Minister Resident at Lisbon, it seems probable, as I took the liberty of intimating to you some days ago, that he is employed in negotiating a peace and ransom with the Dey of Algiers. If the circumstances of Holland should according to...
I informed the President, that you were of opinion, that the public service would not be at all affected by the absence of the Revenue Cutter of Philadelphia, on a voyage to the British West Indies, for the accommodation of those Merchants, who have suffered by spoliation &c: In consequence thereof he instructed me to inform you, that he had no objection that she should be dispatched for the...
I do myself the honor of inclosing to you a copy of a letter from the Minister of the French Republic, dated yesterday. I will thank you to inform me at the earliest moment of your convenience, whether the additional thirty thousand Dollars cannot be obtained. If practicable, this sum will, I perceive, be a very cordial relief. I have the honor to be, Sir,   with great respect and esteem, &c:...
[ Philadelphia ] January 23, 1795 . “The Secretary of State has the honor of inclosing to the Secretary of the Treasury a Letter from Mr. Fitzsimons, requesting that the Cutter may call at Bermuda. Mr. F. will be referred to the Secretary of the Treasury for an answer.” LC , RG 59, Domestic Letters of the Department of State, Vol. 8, December 6, 1794–October 12, 1795, National Archives. For...
I had intended to have paid my respects to you this morning. But being deprived of that pleasure by a bad cold, and bad weather, I beg leave to offer to yourself, Mrs Hamilton and family, my best wishes for your and their happiness; and to assure You of the true esteem and regard, with which I am Dear sir   Your mo. ob. serv. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. The Hamilton family was...
I am much obliged to you for your explanatory letter to myself, and your permission for my inspection of the two addressed to your Southern correspondent . I had intended to drop you a few lines upon the depending subject. But hearing that you are to be at the Supreme court of the U.S; and not being able to say to you much sooner than the first day of their session, what I wish; it will be...
I expected to have the pleasure of seeing you here at the supreme court; when I meant to Enter into, a full conversation with you. But being disappointed, I shall only beg you to read a letter, which I have this day written to Mr. Jay; and requested him to shew to you. If I do not mistake, your ideas and mine were not very different as to the provision-order I am dear sir with real esteem and...