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Treasury Department, Register’s Office, December 31, 1792. Transmits “List of the Clerks employd in the Office of the Register of Treasury, the Objects on which they were Employd and their Salary for the last Quarter Ending the 31st. December 1792.” ADf , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1792, Vol. “134-T,” National Archives.
[ Philadelphia, September 3, 1793. “Wrote 3d. Sepr. 1793 to the Secretary of the Treasury requesting that a Warrant for twelve hundred dollars might issue in my favor for the purchase of Wood and other incidental Expences of the several Offices of the Treasury Department.” Letter not found. ] LC , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,” National Archives.
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, August 24, 1792. “I have carefully looked over the Journals of the late Congress and have therefrom selected their several Proceedings which relate to Indents.” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress; LC , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1792, Vol. “134-T,” National Archives. This enclosure is entitled “References to the...
Treasury Department, December 1, 1793. “… As the Sum in Bank is not more than may be required to answer the Current Demand of Interest on the Registered Debt, I request that a Warrant may issue in favour of John Kean Cashier of the Bank of the United States for the Sum of Twenty four thousand Dollars and for which he should be charged and held accountable.” LC , RG 53, Register of the...
Philadelphia, March 30, 1795. “… I received your esteemed favor of the 18th. Inst, only this morning, and have complied with your request in the foregoing part of this Sheet….” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Nourse enclosed “A General Statement of the Domestic Debt divided amongst the States” ( D , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, December 20, 1793. Encloses “the estimates of the Expences of the Civil List and War department for the ensuing year, together with an additional estimate and invalid Pensioners.” LS , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1794, Vol. “136-T,” National Archives. These four MS documents may be found in RG 53, Register of the...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, June 24, 1793. Encloses “to the Secretary of the Treasury a Certificate agreeably to his Request of this Morning.” AL , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,” National Archives. AD , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,” National Archives; LC , George Washington...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, July 18, 1794. States “that from an examination of my quarter yearly accounts to the 30th June 1794 of the contingent expences of the several offices of the Treasury Department, that the sum of Two Thousand Dollars will be requisite to answer the several demands which may be made between the 1st. July and 30th September next.” LC , RG 53, Register of the...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, December 31, 1792. States that the balance “in the Hands of the Cashier of the Bank of the United States” is inadequate. Requests “that a Warrant may issue … to be applied in the Payt. of Arrearges of Int. of the Regd. Debt and also of the Dividend becoming due on the first of Jany: 1793.…” ADf , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements...
The Register of the Treasury has the honor to transmit to the President, two copies of the receipts & expenditures of the United States, for each of the years 1804 & 1805— DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Letter not found: from Joseph Nourse, 16 Jan. 1778. GW wrote Richard Peters on 24–25 Jan. that he had received a letter “of Mr Nourse of the 16th.”
[ Philadelphia, July 18, 1793. “Wrote this Day, the 18 July 1793, a Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury stating that the Contingent Money of the Treasury deposited in Bank was nearly Expended and that an Advance of Twelve hundred Dollars might be made me to defray Expences.” Letter not found. ] D , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,” National...
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 :...
I do myself the honor to transmit herewith, two copies of the receipts & expenditures of the United States for the year 1803. I have the honor to be with great respect Sir, Your Obedient humble Servt. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
I have the honour to enclose a certificate of the sums issuable from the Treasury of the United States for the payment of Interest becoming due to the several creditors on the books of the Treasurey on the 30th June 1794. and to the Trustees for the redemption of the Public debt for Interest arising to the same period upon the Stock standing in their names and in the name of Samuel Meredith in...
In the returns from the Treasury Dept. which will be laid before you in pursuance of your Directions founded on the order of the Senate of the United States of May 7. 1792 there will be wanting an Account of the Contingent Expences of the Treasury Department, for Wood, rent and other payment, which have not been considered as forming a Part of the Expence of any particular Office, but which...
I have the Honor to enclose the several Estimates for which Appropriations will be necessary for the Services of the Year 1793.—vizt. Civil List Dollars 352.466.39/100 War Department 1.089.473.73     Invalid Pensioners 82.245.32     Extraordinaries 92.599.66.     The foregoing Estimates are accompanied with particular Statements of the Application of Two Several Sums vizt: Of 50,000 Dollars {...
I have the honor to enclose a Certificate of the Sums issuable from the Treasury of the United States for the payment of Interest which was due to the several Creditors on the Books of the Treasury on the 30th September 1793; and to the Trustees for Redemption of the Public Debt for Interest arising to the same Period upon the Stock standing in their names and in the name of Samuel Meredith in...
It being understood by the proposed arrangement for the Treasury Department that a continuation of the Office of Register is intended, I hope I shall be held excusable in your Excellency’s esteem in expressing my wishes to be continued in that Office, and in thus early offering myself to your Notice whenever the nomination and appointment to that Office may come in Form before your Excellency....
Upon my return from Pennsylvania yesterday evening I found a Letter from Miss Aitken who succeeded her Father Mr. Robert Aitken many years a valuable Citizen of Philadelphia and considerd a very accurate printer. This Letter I pray you to indulge me in presenting to your Notice, as the Lady who makes the application is of real merit, and has the famely of her Sister a Widow with four Children...
The 11th. Section of the Act for registering and recording Ships or vessels enacts that where a ship or vessel is in any other District than where the Owner, being a Citizen resides, The Collector of the Port in whose District the Vessel may be shall register the same provided that when the vessel shall return to the Port to which she belongs the said Register shall be delivered up and a New...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, 5 Nov. 1793. On behalf of the Secretary of the Treasury, he requests an estimate of the sums needed “to defray the Expences of your Department” for 1794 for the purpose of forming a general estimate to be submitted to Congress at its next meeting. FC ( DNA : RG 53, Register’s Estimates and Statements); 1 p.; unsigned; at foot of text: “Honourable Thos....
From an Adjustment of the Quarter Yearly Interest on the Registered Debt which becomes due at the Treasury on the 30th June 1793 it appears that the Sum of four thousand seven hundred and fifty five Dollars and fifty Cents is the Amount of the Dividend then due to the several Creditors. A Balance remains on hand of 1,812 ⁶³⁄₉₀ but as this is insufficient to Answer the immediate Probable...
These are to Certify that the Sum of Fifteen Thousand two hundred and Ninety Eight Dollars, fifty Nine Cents became payable on the 30th. June last to the Trustees for the Redemption of the Public Debt being the amount of Interest arising in the second quarter of 1793 on the Stock standing in their names and in the name of Saml. Meredith, Treasurer, in trust for the United States and applicable...
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...
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...
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...
I have the Honor to prest. to you the Accounts of the Comrs. of Loans upon which the Estimate for appropriating 35.063 Dollars 28 Cts. was formd being for the Salarys of their Clerks and for stationary in the Loan Offices to 31 March 93 the Amount of said accounts the Payment whereof is suspended untill an Appn. shall be made is 18,947.88     The sum requisite for the Payment of the several...
I have the Honor to transmitt for your Inspection sundry Statements No. 1 to 12 which have been made out at the Request of the Hon: W. Smith of So. Carolina. Permit me to intimate that Mr. Smith woud wish to be furnishd with them some time Tomorrow as he Expects to sail for Charlestown on Wednesday morning. I have not conceived it necessary to render these Statements under Signature, as Mr....
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, January 4, 1793. Encloses “three Statemts. from the Treasury Books of the Appropriation of Ten Thousand Dollars granted 26 March 1790 for the Purpose of defraying the Contingent Expences of Governt. leaving a Balance due thereon the first of this Month of Eight thousand Three hundred and two Dollars and fifty Cents.” LC , RG 53, Estimates and Statements...
I would beg leave to intimate that upon an adjustment of the several dividend accounts of the registered debt, the sum of Nineteen thousand and twenty nine dollars ⁵⁷⁄₁₀₀ remained to be issued from the Treasury for payment of interest and arrearages of Interest to the 1st October 1794; but as only a part of the Arrearages will be called for in the course of the present Quarter; I wou’d...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, September 3, 1793. “I request that a Warrant may issue… for one Hundred dollars… for Contingent Expences… in stating the public Accounts for the year 1792 which Statement is directed by an order of the House of representatives of the 30th: December 1791.…” LC , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,” National...
The Resolves of Congress, directing every board to deliver into the secretary’s Office, all original Letters referr’d to them address’d to Congress, I have with the advice and direction of Mr. Peters deliver’d in all Papers up to the 1st. Instant. Mr. Houston is arranging them, and preparing to have copies made out for the Committee, and desires me to inform you, he will be happy to see you,...
I have the honor to enclose a certificate of the sums issuable from the Treasury of the United States for the payment of Interest becoming due to the several creditors on the books of the Treasury on the 31. of March 1794 and to the trustees for the redemption of the Public debt for interest arising to the same period upon the stock standing in their names and in the name of Samuel Meredith in...
I have the honor to enclose an abstract statement of the debt incurred by the late government, and which has been paid off from the funds of the present government, amounting to one million eight hundred and forty-five thousand two hundred and seventeen dollars forty-two cents; but this sum will be encreased, when the balance of three hundred and ninety-seven thousand twenty-four dollars...
Having agreeably to your directions examined the Actual payments which have been made, upon the several appropriations of public Monies to 31st. Decemr. 1790 & having compared them with each other a balance of 314.747.29 Dolls. remains stated as ⅌ : B. I have not been able yet to ascertain what proportion thereof will form a fund of surpluses which is appropriated by act of Feb. 11th: 1791,...
I have the Honor to Enclose my Certificate in Relation to the Payment of the Claim of the Baron De Glaubeck and sundry other Papers thereunto belonging. I am Sir,   your mo: ob: & mo: hb Serv. LS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see Andrew G. Fraunces to H, May 16, 1793, note 9 . See also William Willcocks to H, September 1 , 5, 1793 ; H to Catharine...
Register’s Office, Treasury of the United States [Philadelphia], 8 Nov. 1790. Forwards for the use of Lear’s office a statement of the accounts of the United States during the administration of Robert Morris as superintendent of finance and statements of Morris’s receipts and expenditures of public monies. LB , DLC:GW . On 10 Feb. 1790 Robert Morris presented a petition to Congress requesting...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Altho I never had the honor of a personal Acquaintance with your Excellency, yet as my Patron, the Hon’ R Morris, hath in some measure, by his Letter of the 22d. Instant respecting the Baron D’Arndt, presented me to your knowledge as an Officer under Congress, and presuming in that humanity which hath been shown to our poor Bretheren, confined in the Jails...
I have the honor to enclose a Certificate of the Sums issuable from the Treasury of the United States for the payment of interest becoming due to the Several Creditors on the Books of the Treasury on the 31st. of December 1793 and to the trustees for the redemption of the Public Debt for Interest arising to the same period upon the Stock Standing in their names and in the name of Samuel...
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...
Application has been made to me by several of the Clerks in this Office to be absent under an apprehension that the malignant Disease (now in the neighbourhood of the Treasury) renders their attendance dangerous to themselves and their Families. I have been reluctant to comply with their request from a persuasion that if this is granted to one it would be a precedent to all, and the State of...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, 12 Oct. 1792. In conformity with a request from the Secretary of the Treasury for estimates of appropriations to be made by the United States for 1793, he asks for an estimate of the sums needed by “your Departmt.” for submission to Congress at its next meeting. FC ( DNA : RG 53, Register’s Estimates and Statements); 1 p.; circular letter sent to TJ and...
I beg your Permission, to represent, that a circumstance took place last week at a small place about three miles out of the District of about 30 Acres upon which I have a Tenant, who was prevailed upon without my Consent or even knowledge to admit a Meeting of Partizans for Mr Key; the consequence was that at the Meeting of two opposite Parties, there was no small share of abuse, a part of...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, May 28, 1794. “I … Enclose the papers you directed me to prepare vizt. An Estimate for an additional Appropriation, And A statement of the payments made from the fund of 10.000 Dollars granted by Act of the 26 March 1790 for the Contingent Expences of Government.” LC , RG 53, Estimates and Statements for 1794, Vol. “136-T,” National Archives. This...
I have the honor to enclose a Certificate of the sums issueable from the Treasury of the United states for the payment of Interest becoming due to the several creditors on the Books of the Treasury on the 30th September 1794 and to the Trustees for the redemption of the Public debt for Interest arising to the same period upon the stock standing in their names, and in the name of Samuel...
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, August 8, 1793. Sends “an Estimate of the Pro[ba]ble Amount of Rations which have been and which may be issued from the 1st. January 1793 to the 30th. September following by Messrs. Elliot & Williams Contractors for supplying the Western posts with Provisions.” LC , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,”...
I have the honor to enclose a list of the Clerks engaged in this Office, with a note of the Objects on which they were employd and the Rate of their respective Compensations. Being with the greatest Respect   Sir   Your mo: ob: hb: Servt. ALS , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1792, Vol. “134-T,” National Archives.
Treasury Department, Register’s Office, August 17, 1792. States that William Banks, a clerk in the register’s office, “has suggested the following particulars for the notice of the Secretary: 1st. That the Records of Tonage would be kept more compleat, if the collectors were directed to transmit the cancell’d Registers and Emolements Monthly instead of Quarterly. 2d. That there is a defect in...
As the Secretary is out of Town, I am directed by the Board of War, to transmit to your Excellency two Extracts of the Letter to them referr’d by Congress, from General Schyler dated Albany the 7th Inst., your Excellency being the best judge what measures shou’d be taken, and Orders issued on the occasion; which they leave entirely to you. I am, with the greatest respect Your Excellency’s most...