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Captain Nathaniel Falconer of this City, one of your Excellency’s best friends, has requested me...
Philadelphia, November 27, 1789. “… the Comptroller General of this State hath made considerable...
[ New York, December 28, 1789. On December 31, 1789, Hamilton wrote to Mifflin : “I have the...
Philadelphia, January 26, 1790. Encloses a statement of Pennsylvania’s public debt. States that a...
I have the Honor of transmitting to your Excellency a Letter which has been addressed to the...
Philadelphia, January 18, 1791. “In compliance with your request, I have directed the Comptroller...
On the 28th. of Augt. 1788, the late Board of Treasury of the U.S. under the authority of a...
Inclosed I transmit a copy of a letter from the Register General of Pennsylvania, proposing an...
Philadelphia, July 8, 1791. “Upon the receipt of your circular Letter, of the twenty seventh...
I think it proper to lay before you, copies of the various documents respecting an application,...
Philadelphia, 21 September 1791. Transmits an exemplified copy of an act of the General Assembly...
Upon receiving information, that a difference of sentiment had arisen between the Comptroller of...
The Register General of Pennsylvania, conceiving, that the possession of an accurate list of the...
It gave me great pleasure to receive the report of the Comptroller General of this State, upon...
I have the honor to transmit to you copies of the documents respecting a contract which was made...
In order to enable me to answer your letter of the 21st instant, I directed the Comptroller...
I have the honor to enclose for your information a copy of a second memorial, which has been...
By a late act of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, provision is made, among other things, for...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your Excellency’s letter, inclosing a copy of a...
I trouble you with a copy of a letter, which I have received from the Counsel employed to support...
Philadelphia, 13 Dec. 1792. Writes that he cannot dine with GW, “agreeably to Invitation,”...
In a letter dated the twenty fourth instant the Secretary at War has signified your Excellencys...
I have the honour to inclose for your Excellency’s information, a copy of a Proclamation, which I...
The Secretary at War, in a letter dated the 23d instant, represents, that you confide to me, the...
The Master Warden of the Port of Philda, having informed me, that the Brigantine Little Sarah,...
In compliance with your request, expressed, this day in a letter from the Secretary at War, I...
The Secretary at War having stated in a letter of yesterday’s date, that he was commanded by you,...
Inclosed I have the honor to submit to your Excellency’s consideration, a copy of a letter from...
In consequence of the request contained in a letter from the Secretary at War , I instituted an...
Agreeably to your instructions contained in a letter from the Secretary at War, of the 24th of...
In consequence of some reports, respecting the equipments of the English Letter of Marque, the...
Inclosed I transmit to your Excellency, a copy of a letter which I have recd from the Master...
In order to enable me to communicate to the Legislature of this State, at their next session in...
It has been intimated to me, that the Jane will, probably, sail during the ensuing night; and,...
The Commanding Officer at Mud Island, has reported to me that the following vessels have been...
In consequence of the letter, which I addressed to the French Consul, respecting the Privateer,...
Since the communication, which I made to you this morning, relatively to the Trunk of Dollars,...
It has just been reported to me that the Schooner Jane, Benjamin Stammers Master—a prize to the...
Philadelphia, August 20, 1793. “As the legislature of this State will assemble in the course of...
Inclosed I transmit, for your information, copies of a letter to the French Consul, informing him...
I have the honor to transmit, for your information, a copy of the Requisition, which was made for...
Inclosed I have the honor to transmit to you several documents, respecting the Case of the Spry...
I have the honor to lay before you, copies of several letters, which I have recd from the French...
I received your Excellency’s communication, respecting the unfavorable issue of the negotiations...
As the period prescribed for the next session of Congress, approaches, I was solicitious to...
In consequence of a letter from the Secretary at War, stating the suggestion of the French...
In consequence of the information, which you gave me, relative to the imprisonment and detention...
I think it proper to communicate to you, the answer which I have received to the letter, that I...
Inclosed I have the honor to communicate to you, copies of a letter, which I have received from...
I have the honor, by the inclosed copies, to communicate to you, a second letter, dated the 30...