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Enclosed you will receive a form for stating the accounts of the Revenue Cutters and your...
Applications are frequently made respecting accounts which remain dependg in this Office, on...
I take the liberty to request that the opinion of the Attorney General of the United States may...
Observations on the question, whether it is expedient for the Bank of the United States to...
Plan for establishing departments of the Bank of the United States, submitted to the Secretary of...
Mr. Wolcott respectfully informs the Secretary of the Treasury, that Stephen Drayton Esq: of...
On examining the Accounts of Daniel Benezet, Collector of the Customs, for the district of...
By your direction I have examined the accounts of the several Loan officers, who serv’d under the...
I have examined the papers which have been transmitted to me relative to the accounts of Messrs....
Treasury Department, Auditor’s Office, March 13, 1790. “General Moses Hazen whose accounts with...
Treasury Department, March 12, 1790. Has “examined the accounts of Thomas Barclay.” Believes...
In consequence of the permission which you have given I take the liberty to suggest a plan for...
The principles of a plan for adjusting the accounts of the sevral States with the United States,...
Proportions of 500. as required by the Act of Congress of the 22d. of Nov. 1777. Balances of...
In examining the Accounts of Monsr. Le Ray de Chaumont with the United States, it appears to me...
[ New York, October, 1789. ] Sends “Estimate of Debts contracted by the State of Connecticut...
I have had the honour to receive your favour of the 13th instant, by which I am informed that I...
I beg leave, with diffidence, to offer myself as a candidate for an appointment under the...