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New York, 17 July 1790. Recommends Peter Bounetheau and Daniel Stevens as loan commissioner for...
As the Revenue Bill now under consideration contemplates a Supervisor of the Revenue in each...
New York, 5 September 1791. Encloses for GW’s perusal a letter from Arnoldus Vanderhorst, the...
In 1886 Paul Leicester Ford listed this pamphlet among the works which had been erroneously...
Df , in the handwriting of William Loughton Smith, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress;...
Mr. Smith requests the favor of Mr. Jefferson to inform him of the annual amount of the following...
Allow an old acquaintance to interrupt for a few minutes your attention & to divert it from the...
I have read, my dear Sir, with much satisfaction, your circular Letter & I am happy to find that...
Annals of Congress The Debates and Proceedings of the Congress of the United States; with an...
[ Philadelphia, April 2, 1797. On April 5, 1797, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “I have received …...
I shod. sooner have acknowledged the receipt of your interesting communication, had I not been...
7 March 1801, Lisbon. Reports that Spain has declared war on Portugal and embargoed its ships....
16 March 1801, Lisbon. No. 45. Encloses translation of Spanish declaration of war against...
17 March 1801, Lisbon. Encloses a letter from Humphreys, which was left open for his reading but...
18 March 1801, Lisbon. Relays news from England of George III’s illness and Prussian hostility...
27 March 1801, Lisbon. Reports that recent packets from Britain contain no mention of a British...
1 April 1801, Lisbon. Relays reports that Spanish and French are soon to make peace with...
7 April 1801, Lisbon. Conveys news of British blockade of Toulon and discusses different accounts...
14 April 1801, Lisbon. No. 46. Encloses copy of correspondence with Portuguese government...
23 May 1801, Lisbon. No. 47. Reports that Portugal is attempting to treat for peace, preferably...
24 May 1801, Lisbon. Relays information from Humphreys in Madrid that pasha of Tripoli sent his...
5 June 1801, Lisbon. No. 48. Received on 24 May, from Humphreys, enclosed communications from...
12 June 1801, Lisbon. Announces signing of peace treaty between Portuguese and Spanish-French,...
20 June 1801, Lisbon. No. 49. Reports that peace agreement signed at Badajoz has been sent to...
30 June 1801, Lisbon. No. 50. Transmits official word to U.S. government of the death of the...
6 July 1801, Lisbon. Reports a British naval force cruising between Lisbon and Cádiz. Its purpose...
14 July 1801, Lisbon. No. 51. Acknowledges JM’s letter of 21 May and reports that he has notified...
21 July 1801 , “ Cintra, near Lisbon .” Reports “that our little Squadron arrived at Gibraltar...
28 July 1801, Lisbon . No. 52. Acknowledges receipt, on 25 July, of JM’s letter of 1 June...
16 August 1801, Lisbon. No. 53. Has assured Portuguese minister of foreign affairs that closing...
13 September 1801, Lisbon. No. 54. Obtained an audience of leave on 9 Sept. after “a pressing...