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18 May 1774. Report of the Committee on Proposals for Boston’s conduct under the Port Act. No Dft found. printed : Boston Record Commissioners, 18th Report City of Boston, Record Commissioners, Reports , Boston, 1876–1909; 39 vols. , p. 175. Prepared by a committee appointed 13 May composed of Samuel Adams, John Rowe, Thomas Boylston, William Phillips, Joseph Warren, John Adams, Josiah Quincy,...
Boston, 27 May 1788 . At request of his son Thomas, has shipped on TJ’s account “Eight boxes of Spermaceti Candles, enclosed in one Case, on board the Sloop Phoenix Capt. Loring master bound to Havre de Grace and Rouen”; hopes TJ will find these of good quality; has sent several sizes, not knowing which would be most agreeable; has directed Captain Loring to lodge the case with Messrs. Le...
Having been informed that the appointment of Commissioners of the Loan Office for the several States will shortly come under Your Excellencys consideration, I would with all due deference take the freedom to inform your Excellency that in the year 1776 I had the honor of being appointed to that Office in this State by the Legislature thereof, and of being continued therein by Congress to the...
Boston, October 8, 1789. “I perceive that His Excellency the President of the United States has been pleased to appoint you Secretary of the Treasury I therefore presume that it is my duty to transmitt Quarterly returns to you, of the Official proceedings in the Loan-Office, of which I have the honor to be a Commissioner, in the same manner as I have hitherto done to the late Commissioners of...
Boston, October 20, 1789. “… if any change in this present mode of discharging the Interest on the Domestic Debt should be thought necessary, still I presume some office similar to the present, or somehow aiding the public creditors in obtaining their Interest in an expeditious & cheap manner will be established in the Several States or Districts, in which case I shall hope to be continued in...
Boston, February 2, 1790. “… Agreably to your directions I notifyed the Holders of public securities that no Indents of Interest would be issued at the Loan Office after the close of the year 1789. This brought so large a demand upon the Office at the close of the Quarter that I have not been able before now to register all the Certificates presented, & to compleat my quarterly return.… I...
Boston, May 11, 1790. “When I was in the City of N York I presented to the Auditors my account Currt. as Commissr. of the Loan Office in this State, he objected to the adjustment of part of my account for want of Vouchers to support the charge of Interest paid, & my Commissions thereon previous to the establishment of Salaries. Agreable to the Auditors direction I now transmitt to the...
Your favour 31st Augt. was recd. by the last Post informing me that the President of the United States had been pleased to appoint me a Commissioner of Loans in this State; a continuance of confidence from the Government of the United States after 14 Years services, is highly gratifying to a mind who ranks reputation in the highest class of worldly acquirements. I shall proceed immediately to...
[ Boston ] September 23, 1790 . “I recd. your circular Letter of 16th Inst. enclosing the various Forms prescribed for transacting the bussiness assigned to this Office.… I shall take the liberty to request the favour of your answers to the following Queries: Wether Warrants upon the Treasurer for Indents are to be taken up by the Loan Officers? Wether the Old Emission Money is to be...
[ Boston ] September 29, 1790 . “I had the honor of writing you the 23d. Inst., since which I am favoured with yours of 23d Inst.… I now transmitt you an account of the Registers which I now have on hand, as far as they respect the Army Accounts & the Accounts of the Five great departments.… I have employed Printers to strike off blanks of the various Forms and Bookbinders to prepare the...