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With heartfelt satisfaction and gratitude did we receive your esteemed favor of 31 January. That one of your last Ministerial Acts, should have been, to testify the sense you entertain of the Zeal and Fidelity We have invariably exerted, to promote the Interests of the United States committed to our management, is the most flattering and honorable Recompense, that could be bestowed upon us;...
Amsterdam, March 23, 1795. Discuss the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 ; Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Amsterdam, March 2, 1795. Discuss the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 ; Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Amsterdam, February 9, 1795. Concerns the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 ; Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Amsterdam, February 4, 1795. Concerns the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 , and Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Referring to our last Respects of 6 Ultimo We have to acknowledge the Receipt of your esteemed favors of 27 September and 27 October, the latter signed by Oliver Wolcott Esqr. We have written to Mr. de Wolf at Antwerp, that We have your orders to supply him the Monies, to discharge the Interest due last Month, on the Loan Negotiated by Him for the United States, and that We should immediately...
We had the pleasure to address You the 23d. September, and are Since deprived of your esteemed favors. Mr. Humphreys having applied to us, to know what Sums He might rely upon our furnishing him, in case of success in the Negotiation He is charged with; We answered him the 28th November, and inclose you Copy thereof for your Government, premising to you, that we only forwarded him the first...
Since our last respects of 1st. Instant, we have received your very esteemed favor of 7 July, inclosing the necessary Powers in good order, and your directions to us, to make a Loan on behalf of the United States, for Two Millions of Guilders, on the application of Mr. Humphreys for that object. Our zeal is always devoted to the Interest of the United States, and does not stand in need of...
We had the pleasure to address you our last respects the 18th ultimo since when We have not received any of your esteemed favors. With satisfaction do We announce to you, the delivery of all the Bonds of the Loan of Three Millions of Florins dated the 1 January 1794. Inclosed you have the Account Current of the United States with us up to this day, the Balance whereon due by us Holland...
Conformable to our last respects of 1 Instant We have now the pleasure to transmit You inclosed Bill of Lading and Invoice of 89 Casks Salpetre, consigned to You by our order, by David Henry Rowohl of Hamburgh per the Bacchus bound to Philadelphia, Richard George Master, amounting to Holland Currency f 42,579.14. 8 f 46,000. Insurance upon ditto, at 6 percent f 2.760.—  Policy 3.12– Our...
Being deprived of your esteemed favors, since We had the pleasure to address you the 15th Ultimo, We have now chiefly to transmit you the Account Current of the United States with us, up to 31 Ultimo, The Balance whereon due by us Holland Currency f 1,481,-729. 3.—We transfer to their Credit in a new Account. Mr. Jay, having wrote us, that his Powers not extending to the case upon which We...
We had the honor to address You the 1st Instant, since when we have received your esteemed favor of 23 May, advising you had instructed the Treasurer of the United States, to draw upon us the further Sum of Three Hundred Thousand Guilders, to be paid out of the Proceeds of the last Loan; which Bills will meet the usual prompt honor. We have the satisfaction to announce to you, that the...
Since our respects of 2d Ultimo. We have received your two esteemed favors of 12 March, and 8 May to which We shall now give a general reply. On the 13th of May We acknowledged the Receipt from the Treasurer of the United States, of a Bill drawn upon us by the Bank for f590,000.—. The Bill You directed the Treasurer of the United States to draw upon us for One million of florins, has appeared,...
We had the pleasure to address you the 13 Ultimo, and are since deprived of your esteemed favors. The Draft of the Bank of the United States upon us No. 463 to the order of Sl. Meredith Esq. Treasurer f. 100000.–.– has reached us, and been placed to the Credit of the United–States, whose Account Current with us up to 31 May last, You have inclosed; The Balance thereon due by us Holld. Cy. f...
Confirming our last respects of 2 Instant, We have now but to advise receipt from the Treasurer of the United States of a Bill drawn upon us by the President of the Bank of the United States for Hd. Cy. f 590,000. which We place to the Credit of the United States. We acquainted You under date of 24 Februy. that the Bill no. 463 of the Bank of the United States on us to order of Saml. Meredith...
Since our last Respects of 1 April We are deprived of your esteemed favors. We inclose You the Account Current of the United States up to 30th Ultimo: The Balance whereon due by us Holld. Curry. f1,769,068. 4. 8 We transfer to their Credit in a new Account. Yesterday was the Day for the Undertakers of the Half of the Loan of 1 January last of Three Millions of guilders, to decide whether they...
We have to request your acceptance of our most hearty Thanks for Your very polite letter of 24th January, and for your alacrity to contribute to the success of the object, We commissioned Mr. Sterett to obtain for us. We are apprized of the Doubt whether the Constitution by prescribing a general Uniform rule of naturalization, did not preclude the granting it in any particular Case: wherefore...
Confirming our last Respects of 28 ultimo, We have now but to transmit you the Account Current of the United States with us, up to the 31st. of last Month, The Balance whereon due by us Holld. Cy. f 1495718. 4. 8 We transfer to their Credit in a new Account. We have delivered in all 240 Bonds of the half of the Loan of 1 January last, that the Undertakers, reserved to their option; Thus 1740...
Since our last respects of 24th Ultimo, We have your esteemed favor of 21st. January, advising the Treasurer would remit us a Bill of the Bank of the United States on ourselves for Ho. Cy. f 400,000. Which We have received, and is to the Credit of the United States. Our preceeding Letter will have testified that We have been equally impressed with yourself, of the propriety and importance of...
We had the pleasure to address you our last respects the 4th Instant, and have now to acknowledge Receipt of the Triplicate of your esteemed favor of 26 November last, Original and Duplicate of which have not yet reached us. We have advice of the Bank of the United States having drawn upon us a Bill for one hundred Thousand Guilders to the order of Mr. Samuel Meredith Treasurer of the United...
Confirming our last respects of 14 Ultimo, We have now but to transmit You the Account Current of the United States with us, up to 31st January last, the Balance whereon, due by us Holld. Curry. f 923,284.13.8. We transfer to the Credit of the United States in a New Account. The Delivery of the Bonds the preceeding Month has been very brisk: Among them were 144. Bonds of the Half of the Loan...
We had the pleasure to address you the 27th. ulto. and are since favored with your esteemed of 26th. October forwarded to us from Glasgow by Tobias Lear Esqr. who purposes to visit this City in March next, when you may depend upon his experiencing from us, those attentions, Civilities, and services, We shall at all times be happy in shewing to your recommendations. You have been regularly...
Our last respects were of 1 Instant, since when we are deprived of your esteemed favors. The Five per Cent Bonds of the United States having almost entirely reached the Coffers of our Money Lenders, who do not bring them upon the market, we availed ourselves of this Circumstance combined with that of the money that will be let loose by sundry Reimbursements and the payment of large sums of...
We had the pleasure to address you the 18 ultimo, and are since deprived of your respected favors. We transmit you inclosed the Account Current of the United States with us up to 30 ultimo, balanced by Holld. Cy. f 10767.12.8 due unto us, that we transfer to their Debit in a New Account. The Time approaching fast, when the Interest due thereby the United States the 1 proxo. ought to be...
Confirming our last Respects of 14 Ultimo, we have now but to announce to you, that immediately upon learning from Mr. Short the passage thro’ the Straights of an Algerine Fleet of cruizers against the Vessels of the United States We communicated same to the Masters of the American Ships here and likewise to the Minister at Paris and consul at Bordeaux, for the information of the Captains who...
We beg leave to refer You to our last Respects of 4 Instant, since when we have received Your esteemed favor of 12 August, authorizing us to open a Loan for the United States, of Three Millions of Florins, provided it should be obtainable at Five per Cent Interest and Four per Cent Charges. We are happy, that all our late advices, will have anticipated to You the impossibility of succeeding to...
[ Amsterdam, October 4, 1793. On October 15, 1793, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We beg leave to refer You to our last Respects of 4 Instant.” Letter not found. ]
We had the pleasure on the first May, to advise our having effected a prolongation of the instalment of one million Florins due here the first of June by the United States and on the 9th. Ulto. only received your respected favor of 2 April by the British Packet: the extreme long passage of which would afford an additional proof was any requisite, of the propriety of our conduct in obtaining...
The Situation of affairs here, as we had the honor to point it out to you in our Respects of 4 & 28 Ulto. naturally urged our every attention, to provide for the support of the Credit of the United States, at the fast approaching Period of the first of June, when was to be paid f.1.000.000.—Reimbursement “ 470.000.—Interest All the monies in our hands, having been more than absorbed by the...
[ Amsterdam, April 28, 1793. On May 1, 1793, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton and referred to “our Respects of 4 & 28 Ulto.” Letter of April 28 not found. ]