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Philadelphia, October 1, 1789. “In conformity to what I esteem your instructions, I yesterday...
[ Philadelphia ] October 4, 1790 . “The new Collection Law commen[ce]d on Saturday last. A strict...
[ Philadelphia, July 11, 1791. On September 8, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have...
It is with no small degree of uneasiness that I so often trouble You, but the solicitations of...
[ Philadelphia, July 24, 1793. At a meeting on August 5, 1793, the cabinet discussed “Mr....
[ Philadelphia ] January 22, 1790 . “I inclose you the Exports of flour for the last year & our...
From the Journals of Congress I see You have reported a Bill to the consideration of the...
I was not in the Office when your Note of this day came to hand.—I would wish therefore to advise...
To save trouble & expence when the Wardens go on a Survey I generally agree to their appointment...
There are Doubts respecting the payment of Tonnage on new Vessells. The only reason perhaps such...
[ Philadelphia ] March 7, 1790 . Encloses “weekly Acct of Cash” and a “list of such persons as I...
[ Philadelphia ] October 31, 1789 . Proposes the use of boats to prevent smuggling in Delaware...
My indisposition has prevented me from forwarding such remarks as I thought would have been of...
By the 1st Secto. of the Tonnage Act certain priveleges are granted to Vessells American built &...
Philadelphia, October, 1789. Acknowledges receipt of circular letter of October 2, 1789....
[ Philadelphia, January 6, 1795. On January 15, 1795, Edmund Randolph wrote to George Hammond,...
[ Philadelphia ] February 13, 1790 . Discusses two objects “intimately connected with your...
On my arrival here, I frequented places where I could hear the Sentiments of our Citizens...
[ Philadelphia, April, 1790. ] “I forward my Abstract of Duties.… I wish not to be troublesome to...
[ Philadelphia ] December 20, 1790 . “Two ships belonging to Merchants of this City are arrived...
The Cashier of the Banks receipts for dollars is inclosed, with the opinion of some of our...
[ Philadelphia ] January 18, 1790 . “… There is one branch of Revenue which if it did not...
[ Philadelphia ] August 11, 1790 . “I was satisfied respecting the ship Brigada by your first...
The Inclosed Memo I transmit for your opinion. The measures to be taken respecting Damaged goods...
[ Philadelphia ] October 4, 1792 . “Mr Thomas Lea of this City Merchant has informed me of his...
In this Season when so great a Scarcity of Cash is so sensibly felt I dread to think of the Sums...
The Betsey enterd the 25th Ulto and her cargo permitted in the course of 6 or 7 days. The goods...
[ Philadelphia, September 20, 1790. On September 24, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have...
[ 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...