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There is a species of information, which it will be convenient to you to obtain and which will be...
You[r] letter of the 7th of November duly came to hand. The mode you have adopted for the...
The last post brought me your letter of the 14th instant. The bill you inclosed will be presented...
I write you officially by this post; but there is a passage in your letter about which I cannot...
Treasury Department, January 30, 1790. Informs Williams of regulations on payment of invalid...
I inclose you the extract of a letter from the Collector of the District of Chester. As I...
Your favour of the 18th. of December duly came to hand. With regard to the difficulty of...
I have considered the circumstances you state in your Letter of the 6th inst. respecting vessels...
I have received yours of the 24th of April requesting my opinion with respect to the Duty on the...
I have received a letter from the Surveyor of your district upon the subject of boats for the use...
I have received your Answer to my Enquiries, relative to the case of the Snow St Martin. The Act...
Enclosed you will find an advertismen⟨t⟩ relative to the supply of Rations for the Troops of the...
Your letter of the 15th. instant is come to hand, together with the forms of Custom House papers...
It being deemed necessary to proceed in the building of the Cutter for the Maryland station I...
A petition from Mr John Hollins, of Baltimore, to the House of representatives has been refered...
I have placed in the hands of the Commissioner of Loans in the State of Maryland sundry draughts...
The device intimated to me in your letter of the 26th. of January, I consider as a mere evasive...
The remarks you propose to make upon the coasting law will be very acceptable, as the new bill...
It is necessary for the Government of the Commissioner of loans in the disposition of some...
It is my wish that you make the Bank of Maryland, which is established in the Town of Baltimore...
I send you herewith sundry papers, relating to applicatons of John MacRae and John Morrison to...
On the receipt of this letter you will be pleased to pay to Mr. Stodder the balance due upon his...
The Commissioner of Loans for the state of Maryland, after allowing for the Eight thousand...
It has been represented to me by Messrs. Sherman & Procter of New Bedford, that some things which...
In the documents which you transmitted to me concerning the goods of MacRae and Morrison which...
An account has been transmitted by Mr. Porter, One of the Officers of the Cutter, for the time...
You will retain, in your hands, such monies as you shall receive after this letter reaches you...
In pursuance of the intimation in a former letter I am to request that you will pay to Messrs...
Your letter of the 3rd instant has been received. There can be no doubt that horses and other...
I have, on consideration, concluded to authorise you to allow the Officers and crew of the...
There will not be found any provision for the payment of Mr. Edward Swift, whom Captain Gross has...
If the Supervisor of the District of Maryland should apply to you for four hundred Dollars, you...
It is understood that a brig called the Dove formerly of Glocester in Massachusetts and commanded...
I request that You will pay to Messrs Elliot and Williams ten thousand Dollars on the first of...
I have received a statement of the case of the Brig Trimmer from the Judge of the District Court...
It has been represented to me by Mr. Kearney Wharton of Philadelphia, that some hardship has...
The charges on the canvas intended for the Maryland Cutter appear to be proper objects of debit...
I am informed that a Brig which frequents Your port, and was, or is now the Hope, of Baltimore,...
An uncommon press of business has prevented my thanking you sooner for your private letter of the...
I have received your letter of the 22d instant, and am extremely sorry to perceive the...
I have before me your letters of the 18th of March, 18th of April, 8th & 27th of May. I do not...
In answer to your letter of the 4th instant, concerning the Cutter, Active, I refer you to mine...
I feel myself not a little a delinquent in regard to a certain paper you forwarded it to me. I...
I have this day decided upon the two cases of Zacharie Coopman and Company, on behalf of Mr....
The Commissioner of the Revenue has laid before me copies of three letters, one of the 3rd. of...
It was with real reluctance and regret that I found myself, as I conceived, in a situation, not...
After the receipt of this you will divide your deposits between the Bank of Maryland and the...
Treasury Department, August 4, 1792. “I am informed that there is a vessel in Your Port for...
Treasury Department, August 11, 1792. “I enclose you an Advertizement, concerning proposals for...
Treasury Department, August 13, 1792. “The President having signified to me his intention to...