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I beg the favour of you to let me know what if any thing has been settled with Messrs. Wheelen & Miller or whereabouts that affair is. I expect with certain[ty] Mr. Church early in the spring, and should be grieved to have to inform him of an unsettled state of this business. I am   Sir   Yr. very hum. servant ALS , Papers of Tench Coxe in the Coxe Family Papers at the Historical Society of...
Accidental Circumstances prevented my seeing you previous to my departure to know the issue of the Arbitration—proposal to Mr Wheelen. I will thank you to inform me. I have heared that some late law of Pensylvania has put in jeopardy the property of Aliens where there were not actual settlements. I will thank you to explain this. Is it where the Patents were originally to Aliens? —or does it...
Some days since I received your letter in which you mention to me that Mr. Wheelen pursuant to what he said to me, was himself willing and would endeavour to prevail upon the other parties concerned with him to permit Mr Church’s proportion of the land sold to be withdrawn by lot. In carrying this idea into execution, I presume it is well understood that the drawing must be confined to the...
I am anxious to be informed how our affair now stands with Messrs. Wheelen & Co. & that it be brought to an issue. How stands also the question depending before the board of the land Office? Yr. Obed ser ALS , Papers of Tench Coxe in the Coxe Family Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. For an explanation of the contents of this letter, see the introductory note to...
Mr. Hamilton’s Compliments to Mr Coxe. An engagement which Mr. H did not recollect will not permit him to breakfast with Mr. Coxe this morning. But he will call immediately after he is released at Mr Coxe’s House & afterwards at his Office. AL , Papers of Tench Coxe in the Coxe Family Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. For the purpose of H’s trip to Philadelphia in...
[ Philadelphia, January 31, 1795. On February 9, 1795, Coxe wrote to Oliver Wolcott, Jr.: “A letter of the 31st. Ultimo from the late Secretary of the Treasury having confirmed the opinion that there does not exist authority to defray the expence of gauging wines by the Collectors of the Customs on Importation, if they are liable to duty ad valorem.” Letter not found. ] H wrote this letter in...
I am to acknowledge the Receipt of your Letters of the 20th. of December & 24th. instant. You will be pleased to prepare an Act to be submitted to the President for comprehending the River Ohio in the District of Ohio as far as it now borders upon it and for comprehending it in the Second Survey as proposed. No act of the President can give concurrent jurisdiction to Officers of different...
I send you copy of a letter from the Attorney General of the 17 instant. I agree in opinion with that officer, that it is adviseable to cause two suits to be brought one in the circuit Court another in the State Court. The one in the Circuit Court ought to be Debt for the tax exclusive of the penalty and it ought to be in a sum of two thousand Dollars for an equivalent number of Carriages....
It is my opinion that the rule which has been adopted with regard to arrears of duty in the western survey of Pennsylvania may be extended to Kentucky. It ought to be the subject of a confidential communication to the Supervisor —leaving him at liberty however to apply or limit the extent of the rule according to local circumstances and the past course of the business. I am with great...
[ Philadelphia, January 26, 1795. ] “Mr. Hamilton requests Mr. Coxe to send him the letter of the Supervisor of Kentuke with regard to the Carriage tax mentioned in his of the 19th instant.” AL , RG 58, Records of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, General Records. 1791–1803, National Archives. Thomas Marshall. At the bottom of this letter Coxe wrote: “recd. Jany. 26th. 1795. This sent on 2d. time.”