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16 May 1805, New London . “In compliance with your communications of the 2d. & 4th: of this month, the draughts of Mr Cathalan have been paid to William Hazard, & are enclosed with the letters which accompanied them.” RC ( DLC ). 1 p. No letter of 2 May 1805 from JM to Huntington has been found. For JM’s letter of 4 May, see William Hazard to JM, 8 Apr. 1805 , n. 3.
The collector’s office at New Haven being vacant, I beg leave to mention to you Mr. Nathan Beers of that city as one who I think will fill that place to satisfaction.—He served in our revolutionary war with reputation as an officer in the line & as paymaster.—he is at present Steward of Yale College.—His standing generally and connections are respectable— I am with the greatest / Esteem &...
I have at length agreed for the Supply of Rations throughout the state of Connecticut—the Contract with E House & Son will embrace any other place of Rendezvous than those already appointed—The one for Brooklyn will follow soon— I am very respectfully sir, your obedt Servant ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress). H’s directions on the cover read: "Acknowlege Rect & note the name."
It was unknown to me that my Son Mr. Jabez Huntington had declined his Majority until his Resolution had been communicated to the War Office; as the Appointment was in Compliance with his sollicitation, some very imposing Advice must (as I learn) have swayed him to take a Step that his Constituent could not expect—I was not anxious as to the Success of his Application but am much so that he...
[ New London, Connecticut, July 22, 1792. On July 25, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Huntington : “Your letter of the 22d instant has been received.” Letter not found. ] Huntington was collector of customs at New London, Connecticut.
[ New London, Connecticut, October 10, 1791. On November 22, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Huntington : “I do not think, it will be necessary to require a refund from the officers of the revenue cutter … as mentioned in your letter of the 10th. October.” Letter not found. ]
[ New London, Connecticut, July 22, 1791. On August 25, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Huntington : “I have considered the case you State in your letter of the 22nd July.” Letter not found. ]
[ New London, Connecticut, March 16, 1791. On April 10, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Huntington : “I observe in your letter of the 16th. ultimo.” Letter not found. ]
New London [ Connecticut ] December 3, 1790 . “… The Light, which has been usually kept in the Light House, cannot be maintained for a less Sum than 380 dollars Per Annum, allowing the Contractor any Thing for his Trouble and Risque it consumes in a year about 800 Gallons of the best strained Sperma Ceti Oil, which, delivered at the House, will cost at the common Price, 350 dollars. I have...
New London [ Connecticut ] September 22, 1790 . “Mr Nathaniel Richards will contract to supply the Light House at this Port, for one year from the first of October next with Oil, Wick, Candles & Soap … for 380 Dollars.… I have agreed to give Daniel Harris for tending the Light 80 dollars ⅌ year.…” ALS , RG 26, Lighthouse Letters Received, Vol. “C,” Connecticut and New York, National Archives....