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    • Hamilton, Alexander
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If the Supervisor of the District of Maryland should apply to you for four hundred Dollars, you will advance him that sum, which he will repay to you out of the duties on Spirits distilled within his district as soon as a sufficient sum shall be received. You will nevertheless take duplicate receipts and transmit one to the Treasury. The state of the business does not permit that this sum...
In answer to your letter of the 4th instant, concerning the Cutter, Active, I refer you to mine of the 5th. With regard to the addition of 10 ⅌ Ct to be made to the several rates of duties, in respect to all goods, Wares and Merchandizes imported in Ships or Vessels not of the United States, agreeably to the 2d Section of the Act “making further provision for the payment of the debt &ca,” I am...
You[r] letter of the 7th of November duly came to hand. The mode you have adopted for the delivery of the Bank Notes is under the circumstances the proper one. In mine of the 20th of October I directed the Quarterly Returns to be made up to the last of September. Of course those after that day will terminate at the end of every subsequent three Months; that is to say the next after that to the...
I herewith enclose you a letter directed to Thos. Pinckney Esquire London. It covers one to Messers Willink and Van Staphorst, Bankers in Amsterdam. I request that you will forward the letter by the first opportunity to London, if no immediate conveyance offers for Amsterdam; but if there should be a vessel in your port for Amsterdam you will please to open the outside cover addressed to Mr....
A petition from Mr John Hollins, of Baltimore, to the House of representatives has been refered to me on which I shall report that in my opinion the existing law admits of the relief desired by the petitioner. Annexed to the petition are legal Testimonies that the Schooner John was before the first of January 1791. within the Capes of Chessapeak bay, whence it follows that the Cargo on board...
Treasury Department, June 7, 1793. “I duly received your letter of the 28th Ultimo.… In reply to this letter, I have to refer you to my Circular one of the 30th Ultimo.” LS , Columbia University Libraries.
I request that you will have enquiry made on board the Cutter Active , whether she is in possession of a double set of arms muskets, pistols, &ca. The Collector of New York was directed to furnish each Cutter with ten muskets and bayonets, twenty pistols, two chissels, one broad axe and two lanthorns. These articles, it appears, have been shipped by Mr Lamb for each of the Cutters—but none...
The house of Zacharia Coopman & Co. has made application to me for an abatement of interest upon their Bonds which have been lately put in suit. There are certain equitable considerations, which dispose me, as far as shall be found right to attend to this application. But before any decision is taken, I wish to be particularly informed of the circumstances of the respective suits: of the...
I have received your Answer to my Enquiries, relative to the case of the Snow St Martin. The Act of Congress transmitted you from this Office on the 3d Instant will shew you the line of proceeding to obtain relief in the case of the Ship Van Staphorst. Messrs. Bertier & Company have had the same information. I am Sir   with respect   Your Obedient Servant LS , Columbia University Libraries....
There is a species of information, which it will be convenient to you to obtain and which will be of important use to the Government: it respects the mode of Navigating of the several States; and of Foreign Nations. With a view to which I have framed a number of Queeries, to which as speedily as the requisite enquiries can be made, I request answers. Thought I do not consider it as a part of...