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Captain Nathaniel Falconer of this City, one of your Excellency’s best friends, has requested me to write to you, and to entreat Your Excellency’s Support of an application he has made to the President, for an Appointment in the Customs at Philadelphia; which may not interfere with any person now in Office—Captain Falconer has a just claim to the attention of Government: He was with the first...
I have received the letter you did me the honor to write me on the third of this month, and I thank you for giving me an opportunity of renewing a friendly intercourse which has continued I believe with some interruption for these seventeen years. I was early acquainted with the activity, Zeal, and Steadiness of Capt. Falconer in the cause of his country: but as the number of competitors for...
The Vice President of the United States, presents his compliments to Governour Miflin, & informs him, that the President of the United States has signified his pleasure to meet Congress in the Senate Chamber, to morrow at 12. O’Clock, and that a Seat is ordered for Governour Miflin if it should be agreeable to him to be present— PHi : Society Collection.
Having been out this Forenoon upon public Business it was not untill my Return after three O Clock, that I received the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on this day. The Respect to the United States intended by the Legislature of Pensivania, in building a House for the President will no doubt be acknowledged by the Union, as it ought to be For your kind offer of it to me in Consequence...
In the year 1791, the Legislature of Pennsylvania directed a House to be built, for the accommodation of the President of the United States, and empowered the Governor to lease the premises. As the building will be completed in the course of a few weeks, permit me to tender it for your accommodation; and to inform you, that, although I regret the necessity of making any stipulation, on the...
Philadelphia, November 27, 1789. “… the Comptroller General of this State hath made considerable Progress in the Statement of the public Debts of Pennsylvania … and I … will … transmit to you in four weeks from this Date all the Information required.…” Hazard, Pennsylvania Archives , XI Samuel Hazard, ed., Pennsylvania Archives (Philadelphia, 1855). , 641. This letter is in reply to “Treasury...
[ New York, December 28, 1789. On December 31, 1789, Hamilton wrote to Mifflin : “I have the honor of your letter of the 28th instant.” Letter not found. ]
I have the honor of your letter of the 28th instant, inclosing one to you from the Comptroller General of your State. I can only regret, that my delay has accrued, and take it for granted, that the business will receive all the dispatch which may be practicable. I shall be sorry if any inconvenience results to the public Creditors of your state from the cessation of the payment of Indents...
Philadelphia, January 26, 1790. Encloses a statement of Pennsylvania’s public debt. States that a supplementary statement of the United States securities in the state treasury will be transmitted in the near future. Hazard, Pennsylvania Archives , XI Samuel Hazard, ed., Pennsylvania Archives (Philadelphia, 1855). , 663. This letter is in reply to “Treasury Department Circular to the Governors...
Treasury Department, February 3, 1790. “I am honored with the Receipt of your letter of the 26th of last month, inclosing a Statement of the Public Debt of Pennsylvania.…”