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I have examined the items of Account presented by Anthony Morris Esq under the head of Contingent Expenses incident to his Mission or Agency to Spain; which, having been of a confidential character, no precedents literally applicable are I understand to be found at the Treasury; but they are all such as are usual in Agencies requiring similar duties to those enjoined on Mr Morris, and are such...
I have the honor to apply to you at the request of the Secretary of the Treasury, for the usual Estimates of your Department, of monies to be included in a general Appropriation, for the Services of the ensuing year, for the purpose of being laid before the Legislature of the United States at their ensuing meeting. I am with the greatest respect Sir Your most obedt. & most Humble Servt. DLC :...
§ From Joseph Nourse. 24 August 1805, “Treasury Department Register’s Office.” “Upon application to Mr Wagner for information relative to the death of Judge Ker of the Missisippi Territory, I am informed that a letter mentioning that event has been forwarded to you in Philadelphia; permit me therefore to request a Certificate of the time of his decease in order to obtain a Settlement of his...
Statement of the Monies retained by the UStates on Foreign Merchandize exported entitled to Drawback for each of the Years ending 31st December 1801. 1802 and 1803. Years 1801   305443.83 by calculation 1802   153275.45 from Secretary’s report 1803     94096.09 do. do. 3) 552815.37   184,271.79 For part of the above period the additional duties on Mdze imported in foreign Vessels & re-exported...
6 October 1804, Treasury Department, Register’s Office. “I beg leave to request that the usual Estimates for the year 1805 may be prepared and transmitted to the Treasury Department, as early as convenient, for the purpose of being laid, by the Secretary of the Treasury before the Legislature of the United States at their ensuing session.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, ML ). 1 p.; in a clerk’s hand,...
23 September 1803, Register’s Office, Treasury Department . Requests that JM furnish the Treasury Department “with the usual Estimates for the Salaries of foreign Agents and all other Expenditures within the Department of State.” Makes this request at the behest of the secretary of the treasury, “who wishes to be prepared early in the approaching Session to lay before Congress the general...
By direction of the Secretary of the Treasury I am to request that the Estimates of Monies which may be requisite to defray the foreign & domestic Expenditures for the ensuing year in the Department of State, may be formed and transmitted by the 1st. of November for the purpose of enabling the Secretary of the Treasury to lay before the Legislature, a General Estimate of Monies for the...