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[ Treasury Department, December 9, 1794. “… Be assured that in this and in every thing which concerns you whatever and however my lot may be cast, I must feel, according to the dictates of a genuine esteem and true attachment.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., November 30, 1943, Lot 143. Extract taken from manuscript dealer’s catalogue. The catalogue description...
Inclosed is a packet for Mr. Short which I beg you to forward. I leave it open for your perusal to save me the time it would require to repeat the subject to you. Inclosed is another Copy of the Letter for you. I have the consolation of believing that the attempt will in the end do good to the Government & to myself. Yrs. respectfully & with true esteem ALS , Pinckney Family Papers, Library of...
[ Philadelphia, January 21, 1794. On January 21, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Otho H. Williams and enclosed “a letter directed to Thos. Pinckney, Esquire London.” Letter not found. ]
Your letter of the 21st of October by duplicates (the Original lost) has recently come to hand. I have directed the Treasurer to remit you by this opportunity Six thousand Pounds Sterling, the sum you mention to be likely to be deficient for the payment of the cost of the articles procured for the frigates. The bills have Ninety days to run, but none good at a Shorter Sight were to be...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his compliments to Mr Pinckney and takes the liberty of troubling him with the charge of the enclosed letter for the Commissioners of the United States at Amsterdam. Copy, Pinckney Family Papers, Library of Congress. The letter to Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard has not been found.
It has been determined to import from Europe as expeditiously as may be, Twenty Anchors for the use of the Six Frigates for which provision was made in the last Session of Congress. I have been induced therefore to take the liberty of asking your care of the business and to request that you will without delay cause the number of Anchors required to be procured and shipped agreeably to the...
The Secretary of State will have informed you of a Remittance lately made to you by the Treasurer for the Use of the Marquis La Fayette. While it is not doubted that you will use all due Circumspection to guard against its Misapplication, I think it proper to mention to you that in Consideration of the Difficulties which may attend the peculiar Situation of the Marquis, the Treasury will be...
I have directed the Treasurer to remit you a bill on our Commissioners at Amsterdam drawn in your favour for the sum of 303,115 Guilders. This step has been adopted in consequence of the precarious Situation of Holland which renders the Sale of bills on Amsterdam impracticable. You will please to take the means which shall appear to you most eligible to transfer the amount of the bill from...
Treasury Department, August 31, 1792. Encloses “a letter for our Commissioners at Amsterdam, one for Mr Grand banker at Paris and one for Mr Carmichael” and requests that Pinckney forward them. LS , Duke University Library. Pinckney was United States Minister Plenipotentiary to Great Britain. Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard. Letter not found. Ferdinand Le Grand Grand . Letter not found....
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his compliments to the Minister Plenipotentiary of the united States at the court of Great Britain and requests the favor of having the inclosed letter transmitted to our Bankers at Amsterdam. D , Pinckney Family Papers, Library of Congress. Letter not found. Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard.
I am to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the second of March 1794 enclosing the Register of the Mary of Boston and a bill of exchange for Mr. Lacolombe, which shall be delivered to him upon his return from New York. In my letter to you of the 25th of June last, I omitted to mention, that if the whole or a part of the articles intended for the equipment of the Frigates should be...
It has been determined to import from Europe as expeditiously as may be the articles mentioned in the inclosed list towards the construction of six frigates for which provision was made in the last session of Congress. These are considerations which would have directed the endeavour to procure these articles in the first instance from the more Northern Countries of the Continent of Europe; but...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respectful compliments to the Minister Plenipotentiary of the united States at the court of Great Britain, requests the favour of his particular care of the enclosed letter to Messrs Willink & van Staphorst Amsterdam. L, in an unidentified handwriting, Pinckney Family Papers, Library of Congress. This letter was enclosed in H to William Seton, November...
The Treasurer has been directed to remit to you a Bill on our commissioners at Amsterdam for 303, 115 Florins. It appears upon more particular examination that it would not leave in the hands of the Commissioners a sufficient sum for payment of interest to the first of March inclusively, which was the intention. I request therefore that you will so arrange the matter as that there be left in...