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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...
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—...
The Petition of the undersigned, Merchants and Traders in the State of Kentucky— Respectfully sheweth That a Petition some time past was presented to Gidion Granger Esquire Post master General of the United States Stating, that “In the arrangement of postoffices in the State of Kentucky, accident we presume has placed the office of distribution in the town of Washington in the County of Mason....