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I have the honor herewith to transmit certain Statements, pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 13th ultimo, relative to the disbursements made by the department of War; Also, copy of a letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury on the subject; and to be, with perfect respect, Sir, Your most obedient servant Copy, RG 233, Reports of the Treasury Depart-ment,...
The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom was referred the petition of Ludwig Kuhn, by an Order of the House of Representatives, of the 28th of November last, thereupon respectfully makes the following Report: The case is one of those included in a former report to the House, dated the 16th of April 1792, as barred by the Acts of limitation. To remove the objection, which has been made on that...
In obedience to an Order of the President of the United States, I have the honor to transmit sundry Statements, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, respecting the several foreign Loans, which have been made under his authority, by the United States, shewing, in conformity to the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th of December, as far as the materials in the possession of the Treasury will now...
The next most important articles of enquiry, involved in the resolutions of the House of Representatives of the 23d of January last, and in the observations, which have been [made] respecting the conduct of this department, relates to the loans which have been negociated under the Acts of the fourth and twelfth of August, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. The papers, which have been...
In obedience to an Order of the President of the United States, founded upon the requests contained in two resolutions of the House of Representatives, of the 23d of January last, I have the honor to lay before the House— I. The several papers, numbered I, II, III, IV, being copies of the authorities, under which, loans have been negociated, pursuant to the Acts of the 4th. and 12th. of August...
Statement shewing the dates and sums of the respective payments which have been made on account of the Debt due to France out of the Dutch and Antwerp Loans—and by whom and to whom the monies were remitted or paid. Livres tournois. s. d. Florins. st: d.   1790 Decemr. 3. } Remitted by Wm. and J: Willink, N. and Jacob Van Staphorst and Hubbard of Amsterdam, to Monsr. du Fresne, { 3.611.950.    ...
Statement, shewing the respective payments which have been made by William and John Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst and Hubbard, in Amsterdam, to individuals, upon the several loans made in Holland, on account of the United States. Florins. st. d 1791. Febry. 1: Payment of 54 premiums drawn in the lottery, agreeably to the terms of contract, of the 4 per cent loan of 2.000.000....
Mr. Short, from his own view of the situation of French affairs, had concluded to suspend further payments in consequence of the Revolution of the 10th of August last, as appears by his letter of the 30th of that month, in possession of the Senate. This letter contains the following passage “It is impossible to say how long the position of affairs will last. There will probably be several...
The last letter, which I had the honor to address to the House of Representatives, contained, a pretty full exposition of the conduct and views of this department, in regard to the foreign loans. There remains, however, some incidental topics, which it may not be expedient to pass over in silence. In order to carry the attention of the House immediately to a just application of the remarks...
In pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives, bearing date of the 19th of this instant, we lay before them a copy of the journal of our Board, and a statement of the purchases made since our last report to Congress. We have the honor, sir, to be, your most obedient servants, ASP American State Papers, Documents, Legislative and Executive, of the Congress of the United States...