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Permit me to recommend to your Civilities the Reverend Doctr. Enos Hitchcock, who is appointed a Deligate from this State Society to attend the Meeting of the Genl. Cincinnati to be held at Philadelphia on the first Monday in May next. He is a Gentleman of real merit—possessing all the requisites to render an acquaintance with him Valuable, and is a genuine Federalist—well attached to the...
Your letters of the 7. & 24. of Sept relative to the Brig Happy-Return and the Sloop Nancy have been received: I am extremely sorry that my misconstruction of the Law should be the cause of so much trouble and expence to those concerned in freighting the Sloop Nancy, and shall therefore attend immediately to your recommendations respecting the seizure of the Cargo at Alexandria. She returned...
Providence, August 13, 1791. Asks that Jeremiah Greenman be appointed “Second Mate of the Cutter fitting in Connecticut.” LS , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress; ADfS , Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence. See Olney to H, February 17, 1791 .
Providence, October 4, 1792. “I have been Honor’d with your favours of the 19th. and 24th. Ulto. in Reply to my Letters of the 8 & 13th Ulto.… I beg leave respectfully to answer, that as you have not been Sufficiently explicit with respect to a Refusal of Credit in Similar cases, I shall not think myself safe in doing it untill the Law is amended or I may Receive your further and particular...
Providence, January 6, 1791. “I beg leave to call your friendly attention to the enclosed statement of the emoluments of this office; by which it appears that the net amount thereof will be only about 200 Dolls ⅌ annum. The extreme inadequacy of this sum to the services performed, obliges me to entreat of you to lay the matter before the Legislature for their information; not doubting but they...
Providence, January 19, 1792. “I have recd. your circular Letter of the 2nd. instant; and will attend to the several Matters therein contained. The Cashier of the Bank of the United States has transmitted to me a description of the Notes, with his and the President’s Signatures. My quarterly Accts. have been already forwarded.…” ADfS , Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence. John Kean.
At a District Court held at Newport on the 7th Ulto. Judgment was rendered against Welcome Arnold Esqr. for his Bond of 478.22 Cents for duties, due on the 17th May last with Cost of Sute, and execution has Issued accordingly. By his delinquency he is by law deprived of Future Credit but in order I presume to evade the law, he has Transferred his Brigantine Samuel which arrived in this...
Providence, July 2, 1794. “Agreeable to your directions of the 23rd. of June, I enclose, with the Returns &c. due at this period, the Marshall’s Receipt for One Hundred & Fifty Dollars, paid to him yesterday; those for the Monies heretofore paid, have been regularly forwarded with my Accots. conformable to your first instructions.” ADfS , Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence. “Treasury...
Providence, December 6, 1792. “The continued Complaints of the Merchants and Sea-Faring People, residing in this District, That the different Practices of different Collectors occasion an unequal operation of the same Law in the collection of the Revenue; together with the Censures thrown out against me for not conforming to that which is the most favorable to the Importers, constrains me Sir,...