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I have the honor to transmit to Congress a report in pursuance of their resolution of the 3d of...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, October 11, 1789. On November 3, 1789, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I observe...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, December 6, 1789. On December 18, 1789, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I have...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, December 31, 1789. On February 12, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “Your...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, January 15, 1790. On February 18, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “Your...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, June 25, 1790. On July 4, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee acknowledging...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, June 29, 1790. On July 17, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “Your letter of...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, June 30, 1790. On July 9, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee: “These are to...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, September 25, 1790. On October 10, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee concerning...
Alexandria [ Virginia ] July 3, 1791 . “In answer to your letter of the 13th of May, I shall make...
I have received your Circular of the 5th. of August and due attention shall be observed...
Your letter of the 12th. shall be duly attended to. The Scale Beam and Chains, Scale plates and...
The Ship Washington and the Brandy that were seized here, have been delivered up to the Owners,...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, January 7, 1792. On January 17, 1792, Hamilton wrote to George Washington...
Due pains were taken by me in causing to be published the several parts of the last Collection...
I have received your letter of the 18th. Instant and I shall act conformably to it with respect...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, April 11, 1792. On July 4, 1792, Hamilton acknowledged the receipt of...
Your Circular of the 25th. June last, has been received in which among other things is explained...
Your two letters of the 20th and 22d July last have been received, the latter accompanied with...
A considerable sum in cut silver is now in my Office, which has been accumulating for some time...
Alexandria [ Virginia ] December 4, 1792 . Reports that no bounties on fishing vessels will be...
Alexandria [ Virginia ] January 1, 1793 . Transmits a statement of “Tonnage, Duties, payments,...
In answer to your letter of the 31st. of last month I am to inform you, that there were in the...
Having resigned the Office of Collector, at the District of Alexandria, my successor who I have...
Upon the River Powtomack there are five Collectorships, two in Maryland and three in Virginia. I...
Alexandria [ Virginia ] December 24, 1789 . “… Having sent a copy of your queries to some of the...
I have received your letter of instruction upon the subject of calculating the duties,...
The people here concerned in trade have been long accustomed to a due execution of Impost laws...
I have received your Circular letter of the 23rd December Ultimo. and have the satisfaction to...
The amount of my fees under the collection law from the 1st. of August 1789 to the 1st. of Jany...
Within the last ten days a process was served on Captain William Simpson of the Brig Ranger on...
The Officers of the Customs are sometimes put to inconvenience in boarding vessels as they...
I have received your letter of 24th. September last covering a letter to me from the Collector of...
Application has been made to me by Mr. William Lowry of this Town for the refund of the foreign...
Having long served as the custom house officer of South Patowmack and I trust with the...
Alexandria [Va.], 12 Sept. 1790. Informs GW of his readiness to comply with the secretary of the...
The objects which I have in veiw at this time will not permit me conveniently to continue in the...
Some time ago I received from mr Gill your letter with the papers accompanying it for the purpose...
I have been honored with your letter of the 19th to which I take the earliest opportunity of...
Upon the Petition of Robert Randall the Attorney General reports most respectfully to the...
I have very little doubt, that Mr John Marshall would not act as a commissioner under the treaty...
It is my opinion that the house of representatives have not a right by the constitution to demand...
I have examined with care the journals of the house of representatives and I have not met with...
The attorney General will observe the only objection which has occurred to him against the...
The alteration is made conformably to your suggestion. The address seems to me to have been...
I have examined the journals of the House of Representatives and also of the Senate respecting...
I have conversed with Mr Rawle on the petition of Daniel Hamilton for a pardon of his offence and...
There is reason to believe unless the Congress during their present Session shall make some...
Though a written answer to the Petitioners in favor of the insurgents not yet pardoned, has been...
I have been reflecting on the train of measures to be pursued respecting the western posts which...