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    • Wolcott, Oliver Jr.
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[ Philadelphia, July 6, 1796. On July 8, 1796, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott : “I have just received your letter of the 6th.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, July 26, 1796. On July 30, 1796, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott and acknowledged “the Receipt of your letter of the 26th.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, August 1, 1796. On August 3, 1796, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott : “I have received your letter of the 1st.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, August 7, 1796. At the top of a letter from Hamilton, dated August 5, 1796, Wolcott wrote : “recd. & ansd. the 7th.” Letter not found. ]
Lieutenant Colonel Fleury has credit on the Books of the Treasury as a foreign Officer for Seven thousand, five hundred & Seventy Dollars & fifty eight Cents principal, for which there exists an appropriation; this sum will therefore be paid at any time on the production of a power of Attorney and the original Certificates. If however a transmission of the original Certificates would be...
Permit me to ask your opinion on the following points. 1. Ought we or ought we not to permit Sales of Prizes to French national Ships of War, as formerly, in payment of duties? 2. In case of an affirmative answer to the first question; What is to be regarded as evidence of a national Ship? Will the Certificate of a French Commissioner in the West Indies, or of a Consul or the French Minister...
I fear that your opinion of Nov. 3d has been founded on a partial view of the case. You will remember that it has all along been a recd. opinion that the French had a right by Treaty to enjoy an indefinite asylum in our Ports: but that they could not claim the privilidge of selling Prizes in our Ports . The privilidge of an indefinite asylum in was also granted to British Ships of War &...
You must feel interested in knowing how our affairs stand with France, I give you a summary of them. The Note to Colo. Pickering contains a summary of all the complaints of France since the commencement of the present War. They are as follows. That the Courts of the United States have taken Cognizance of Prizes to French Vessells. That the Treaty has been misconstrued, by permitting the...
[ Philadelphia, November 17, 1796. On December 21 1796, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott : “I did not understand by your letter of the 17th. of November whether you meant or not to authorise the immediate commencement of the sale of the Stock.” Letter not found. ]
I have recd. your Letter of Decr. 6th. The Warrant for the sum due to the Bank of New York was issued punctually, by some neglect or accident in the Treasurers Office, it remained undischarged. I have taken measures for the payment. By a Letter from Mr. Wilkes I find that the Bank claim a payment of Interest by way of discount and the 200.000 Dollars continued on Loan on the security of a...