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Be pleased to pay to Thomas Johnson, David Stuart & Daniel Carroll Esqr. Commiss[ioner]s of the Federal District, or to their Order, or to the Order of any two of them, Twenty four thousand dollars, being the third Instalment of the sum given by the Assembly of Maryland towards defraying the expenses of the public Buildings within that District. Copy, in Tobias Lear’s writing, DLC:GW ; LB ,...
Be pleased to pay to Thomas Johnson, David Stuart and Daniel Carroll Esqrs., Commissioners of the Federal District, or to their order, or to the order of any two of them, Twenty four thousand Dollars in part of the sum given by the Assembly of Maryland towards defraying the expences of the public buildings within the said District. LB , DLC:GW . For the background to this letter, see the...
Be pleased to pay to Thomas Johnson, David Stuart, and Daniel Carroll esquires, Commissioners of the Federal district, or to their order, or the order of any two of them—twenty-four thousand Dollars, in part of the Seventy-two thousand dollars given by the Assembly of Maryland, towards the defraying the expences of the public Bu[i]ldings within the said District. LB , DLC:GW . As the state of...
The Commissioners for the public buildings at George town inform the President that they are in want of a sum of money for the objects of their appointment, and that they suppose you will accept his draught for the first instalment of the money granted by the state of Maryland. The President being unwilling to make any draught but on a certainty of it’s acceptance, I am to ask the favor of...
[ New York, June 18, 1790. On July 2, 1790, Harwood wrote to Hamilton : “I received your Letter of the 18th. Ulto.” Letter not found. ] The Senate confirmed Harwood’s appointment as United States commissioner of loans for Maryland on August 7, 1790.