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The Bearer James Gray is the Regimental Taylor I mentioned to you; he informs me that he has been accustomd to work for the British Troops at Montreal & I employed him in making the Cloathing for, the Rifle Compy. with which I was perfectly satisfied. Shoud you have any proposals to make to him I dare say you will find him ready to enter into such as you may think best for the Public Service—...
New York, March 13, 1799. “… May I presume to request your good Offices in recommending my Brother in Law Mr Charles Ramsay” as American consul “at the Havannah.” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Armstrong was a New York City merchant. Ramsay, an American merchant who lived in Havana, was not appointed consul. On June 29, 1799, during the recess of the Senate, John Morton of New...