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[ Philadelphia, January 22, 1795. On January 24, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I return...
Philadelphia, January 12, 1795. “Among that Class of your Fellow Citizens, who truly lament your...
[ Philadelphia, January 6, 1795. On January 15, 1795, Edmund Randolph wrote to George Hammond,...
[ Philadelphia, July 24, 1793. At a meeting on August 5, 1793, the cabinet discussed “Mr....
[ Philadelphia, November 26, 1792. On December 13, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I received …...
[ Philadelphia ] October 4, 1792 . “Mr Thomas Lea of this City Merchant has informed me of his...
[ Philadelphia, September 24, 1792. On September 24, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “In answer...
[ Philadelphia, July 23, 1792. On July 26, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I approve of the...
[ Philadelphia, July 13, 1792. On July 26, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have considered...
[ Philadelphia, July 10, 1792. On July 12, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany and referred to “your...
[ Philadelphia, October 5, 1791. On October 10, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “Your letter of...
[ Philadelphia, July 11, 1791. On September 8, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have...
To save trouble & expence when the Wardens go on a Survey I generally agree to their appointment...
[ Philadelphia ] December 20, 1790 . “Two ships belonging to Merchants of this City are arrived...
[ Philadelphia, December 6, 1790. ] “In the Impost Law Hemp pays a Duty of five ⅌ Cent ad...
[ Philadelphia, December November , 1790 ] “… if the report of the appraisers should be that the...
In obedience to Your Letter respecting Messrs. Willing Morris & Swanwicks Duties on goods from...
The Inclosed Memo I transmit for your opinion. The measures to be taken respecting Damaged goods...
The Betsey enterd the 25th Ulto and her cargo permitted in the course of 6 or 7 days. The goods...
By the 1st secto. of the Tonnage Act all Vessells enterd from a foreign Port, are made subject to...
There are Doubts respecting the payment of Tonnage on new Vessells. The only reason perhaps such...
Philadelphia, October 7, 1790. “Your two letters of the 30th Sept & 1st Inst. I recd respecting...
[ Philadelphia ] October 4, 1790 . “The new Collection Law commen[ce]d on Saturday last. A strict...
Your circular Letter of the 23rd Inst. I recd. and shall pay due regard to the instructions...
[ Philadelphia, September 20, 1790. On September 24, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have...
[ Philadelphia ] August 20, 1790 . “My last Quarters Accounts I forward for settlement by this...
[ Philadelphia ] August 11, 1790 . “I was satisfied respecting the ship Brigada by your first...
It is with no small degree of uneasiness that I so often trouble You, but the solicitations of...
I am at a loss how to construe the late Act extending the Revenue Laws to R Island and request...
[ Philadelphia ] May 25, 1790 . Proposes that “the Office of the Inspector be at the Custom...