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Mr James Jarvis informed me a few weeks past that you was willing to take my Son Samuel P Broome into your office. It will be an additional favor if you will leave it optional in me untill next Fall to send him or not. My present Situation forbids a decision immediately. I will thank you to inform me by letter at the return of my Son the bearer hereof the terms upon which you can admit him in...
New Haven [ Connecticut ] August 18, 1786 . Encloses “an order on The Honble. Nathan Miller Esquire a Delegate in Congress from the State of Rhode Island in your favor for £110.18.” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
New Haven [ Connecticut, October ] 2, 1786 . Requests Hamilton to collect the balance of a debt owed to Broome by Nathan Miller. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
I have been informed Congress have appointed a Committee to examine into the situation of their Contract made with Mr James Jarvis for the Loan of a quantity of Coined Copper and that said Committee had reported that said Contract Was Void should an action be Commenced against Mr Jarvis for damages. I hope you will be pleased to Consider yourself as his attorney in the suit provided there...
On my return to London (yesterday) I found the enclosed letter for your Excellency at my lodgings which I now forward as it doubtless contains advices of a public nature. I have received others from my friends of the most pleasing kind. Our public affairs in America are certainly in a most propitious way.—State of votes known in New York March 1: Washington Adams New Hampshire  5  5 Unanimous...
Your Billet of the 18th ulto, was handed to me this day, on my return from a Short Journey, I have found the letter Madam, which you alluded to. It was printed in October last, the other side is nearly full of Electionering for President &c—It contains one advertisement, which I think may lead to a possession of Said letter—Vizt Lost Out of my pocket this afternoon in some part of George Town,...
permit me to Congratulate you Sir, and our Country, on your late appointment, under a full belief that different measures will be pursued, that we may hear no more of Eight ⅌ Cents &c &c &c. I had the honor, of your acquaintance ten years past in Paris, but the lapse of time, no doubt, has effaced every Idea of me.—Being a Native Citizen of the United States of America, I take the liberty to...
Sometime past I took the liberty to address a line to your Excellency, advising that I would gladly Accept, an office under the Government of the United States, provided there was a Vacancy which in the opinion of my friends I might be Capable of filling; I have now to inform your Excellency that I am about removing to Greenfield Twenty five miles Westerd from hence on a Small estate I have...
I am on my way to the City of Washington where I hope to find your Excellency in the enjoyment of perfect health. I took the freedom Sometime since to Address a line to your Excellency , respecting any Vacant office in this State, which I might be capable of discharging. A Vacency I believe will Shortly take place, if your Excellency will be pleased to Suspend, an Appointment to Said office,...
I did myself the Honor to address a line lately to your Excellency, Since the date thereof, the Office of Collector has become Vacant by the death of Samuel Bishop Esqr. My friends advise me to apply for said office, once more. your Excellency may recollect, you was then adresed upon the Subject, by my son in Law, Joseph Fay Esqr. of New york , as also by myself, I again take that freedom, in...