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There is a man of your regiment with Mr. Garanger. The embarrassment of his circumstances induces me to request you will oblige him with permitting the soldier to continue with him ’till his fate is decided which will be in a few weeks. Yrs. with great regard ALS , New-York Historical Society, New York City. Lamb was a colonel, Continental Artillery. Captain Lewis Garanger, Continental Artillery.
[ Philadelphia, March 19, 1792 . On March 19, 1792, Hamilton wrote to William Seton , cashier of the Bank of New York, enclosing a letter to Lamb, collector of the customs for New York City. Letter not found .]
I have to reply to your letter of the 15th instant, respecting a difference in the duties on certain wines claimed by Mr Joze Roiz Silva. It is a rule which the Treasury has steadily adhered to, not to authorise the revision of an adjustment of duties once made, upon after evidence of whatsoever kind; whether the mistake committed was for or against the public. This rule has been found one of...
The enclosed paper is the Charter party of the Swedish Ship Maria, which was chartered by our Consul at Lisbon to carry certain dispatches hither for our Government. I request that you will pay to the Captain one half of the freight as stipulated in the said Charter party, and that you will endeavor to procure for him a frieght back to Lisbon. It will be desireable, that this be done with all...
Your private letter of the 11th. instant duly came to hand. The inquiry concerning Mr. Rhinelander’s case has been officially answered. The apples you mention are not yet received, but all the other articles you have been so obliging as to forward have been received; and Mrs. Hamilton joins me in acknowlegements for them. She also desires her compliments to Mrs. Lamb. These marks of friendly...
The General had just mounted his horse when your note arrived and did not see it. But if he had seen it, I do not believe he would have consented to the attendance of Lt Col Stevens. ’Tis his plan, that as some of the parties are at a distance and cannot appear in person to support their claims, the affair should be taken up intirely from the written representations and documents of all...
There is a species of information, which it will be convenient to you to obtain and which will be of important use to the Government: it respects the mode of Navigating of the several States; and of Foreign Nations. With a view to which I have framed a number of Queeries, to which as speedily as the requisite enquiries can be made, I request answers. Thought I do not consider it as a part of...