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A Sketch of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States for the year ending 30th Septer. 1802 Expenditures Civil department  Dollars 592,975. 3 Miscellaneous domestic expences 305,642.36 Intercourse with foreign nations 321,654.97 French convention 226,502.89 War & Indian departments 1,474,449.14 Naval establishment 1,035,355.— Public debt 8,310,753.17 (a) Do. do. due to Bank &...
16 December 1801, Washington. Transmits the secretary of the treasury’s 14 Dec. report and the proceedings of the treasury officers, in which are described the measures authorized by the board and completed since the commissioners’ report of 28 Nov. 1800. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 46, Reports from the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, 7A-F7). RC 1 p.; signed by JM and the other...
A sale of the city lots pledged for the repayment of the within mentioned loan, cannot, in my opinion be made at present, without an unwarrantable sacrifice of the property. The Secretary of the Treasury will direct the interest now due to be paid out of the Treasury in conformity to the provisions of the act entitled “an Act to abolish the Board of Commissioners in the city of Washington, and...
# The Law, having given to the Collectors, the Appointment of a number of inferior Officers, Subject to my Approbation, there is, on that Subject, on which we must act in Concert, but one Sentiment that I wish to communicate; it is, that the Door of Office, be no longer shut, against any man, merely on account of his political Opinions; but that, whether he shall differ or not, from those,...
J’ai L’honneur d’informer, Votre excéllence, que je viens de recevoir ici, un paquet à votre adresse, qui m’est parvenu de france par la Voie du Ship mentor , ce Sont divers ouvrages de M r henry de Gazzera membre de plusieurs académies, qui vous prie d’en agréer L’hommage. J’aurois desiré, Monsieur Le président, que la distance de cette ville m’eut permis de vous les présenter moi même, dans...
Period —What? of representations or of restoration of deposit? propositions had been authorized—When? prior to that period? Quere subsequent appropriation—to what? to the authorizan. of proposition by executive? enlightened mind of first Consul— Treaties now laid before both houses— —— Introduce idea of possession of N. Orleans being a bond of Union and, if possible, of prevention of early...
Represent to Genl. Wilkerson That the great probability of an amicable & early settlement of our differences with Spain at Paris had rendered the Executive extremely desirous of avoiding actual hostilities, because it would be a mere destruction of human life without affecting in the smallest degree the settlement, or it’s conditions, that therefore they had determined to assume the Sabine as...
Its with the greatest reluctance that I am about to trouble you again on my business at the treasury office as I canot obtain Such Sattisfaction as I am entitled to I received with pleashure on the 27th of last month a letter from Albert Gallitin Esqr. informing me that my a/c would be paid at the Treasury provided the exorbitant charge heretofore made by me be reduced to a moderate price I...
The enclosed list contains all the alterations which seem necessary in the President’s list , so far as relates to this department. The errors in that list were 1st. That in every case where an officer is at once, either collector & surveyor of a port, and inspector of the revenue for the same port; he receives two distinct commissions, one as collector or surveyor, as the case may be, and the...
a . instead of the words “those of the first three quarters & a ” to the end of the paragraph; insert. It is already ascertained that the receipts on account of duties on tonnage & merchandize have exceeded dollars; and that the revenue accrued on the same objects during that period has exceeded the sum at which our peace revenue had been established. b Omit whatever relates to interest & say...
Revenues exclusively of internal duties after 1801 Impost permanent may be estimated at 8,000,000 Postage, dividends &c 200,000 Sales of lands 300,000 8,500,000 Expenses after 1801 1. Interest & charges on public debt will diminish about 40,000 dollars a year about 5,200,000 2. Civil list &c. after probable reductions 800,000 3. } contingencies at home & abroad
I hope that your administration will afford but few materials to historians; and we have already a favorable symptom in the difficulty under which we are to collect materials for a message. The things you want to be done are very few & seem confined to the following points— 1st. Countervailing duties if necessary . To this there can be no objection; but might not the advantage resulting from a...