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We have the honor to acknowledge Receipt of a letter from Mr. John Graham, Chief Clerk of ye. Depart. of State who in consequent of instructions given to him, Authorises Wm. Short Esqr. to draw upon us for Ten thousand Dollars, which we shall duly honor and shall debit the Department of State with Such Sums as that Gentleman shall in Consequence enter upon us. We have the honor to be Sir Your...
We had the pleasure to see here this Summer William Dandridge Peck Esqe: who delivered us your letter of 24. May 1805. this Gentleman’s Stay here was Very Short, yet We endeavored to make it as agreable and as interesting to him as possible; in Short recommanded by you he met with that Regard which every one of your Friends is entitled to.— We are Very Sensible indeed to your obliging...
Dr. the Honorable John Adams Esqr. of Philadelphia His Account Current, Cr. 1795 Aug 13 To Balance of Account ƒ 176. 13 " " " Sundry Goods p Captn. Gardner for Boston 513. 2 26 " a Bond of the US No. 1751 at 98 pc 980.
General Marshall handed to us your esteemed favor of the 14th. July inclosing a number of Coupons to be invested in fresch stocks, of the United States, in consequence we re purchased 4 Oblg.: of ƒ1000—each No. 852 & 853, 2692 & 2673 at 84 per Ct. of the Loan of 4 per C intrest Whch. please to find charged in the abstr: of Y/a inclosed, whch. ballance in our favor we transfer on new accts....
Permit us to congratulate your Excellency on your Election to the first office in your Country: In the discharge of which, We must sincerely and ardently wish you the success that our personal knowledge and experience assure us, your Exertion, Zeal and perseverance to promote the Honor, Interest, and Prosperity of the United States will most amply merit: The warm part We take in the Welfare of...
With heartfelt satisfaction and gratitude did we receive your esteemed favor of 31 January. That one of your last Ministerial Acts, should have been, to testify the sense you entertain of the Zeal and Fidelity We have invariably exerted, to promote the Interests of the United States committed to our management, is the most flattering and honorable Recompense, that could be bestowed upon us;...
Amsterdam, March 23, 1795. Discuss the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 ; Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Amsterdam, March 2, 1795. Discuss the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 ; Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Amsterdam, February 9, 1795. Concerns the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 ; Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .
Amsterdam, February 4, 1795. Concerns the foreign debt of the United States. LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795, and was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. See H to George Washington, January 31, 1795 , and Washington to H, February 2, 1795, note 1 .