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As your favour of the 20th June did not require an immediate reply, I have defered it till I could send the enclosed sheets of my translation: The tables are not yet all printed, but if the plates could be ready, the whole might appear in a fortnight. The Essay on military fireworks, which does not require plates, will soon be published in a separate Pamphlet. Nothing could be more gratifying...
Philadelphia, June 17, 1799. Encloses “a pamphlet on Fortification with six plates, and 122 pages of a Treatise on Artillery with twenty four Tables.” States: “the remainder of the latter Work shall be forwarded as soon as it can be obtained from the Printer.…” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. This is a reference to Williams’s translation of Alexandre Pierre Julienne de Belair, The...
Mount Pleasant [ near Philadelphia ] September 3, 1797 . “I took the Liberty when I saw you last in New York to intimate a wish to be employed in the treasury department, and you were so kind as to offer your aid in this respect whenever a specific object should be pointed out. The Death of D Way having left a vacancy in the mint, I have been induced to make application to be appointed...
Mount Pleasant [ near Philadelphia ], August 18, 1796 . “I wrote you, on the day of my last Interview relative to my affair with Mr Macomb, June 8. 1796.… By your silence it is evident that, as counsel for Mr Macomb you did not think yourself justifiable to enter farther into the Matter. My only reason for troubling you now, is to request your remembrance of the measures I have taken to...
Philadelphia, June 8, 1796. “I thank you for your friendly offer and, in conformity, request you to let me know what proposals Mr Macomb is willing to make. My Demand is $17530 Dollars, being the difference arising on the unperformed Contract made with me by Mr. Duer on the Companys acct. agreeably to the terms of the partnership. I bought the $50000 six ⅌ Cents and paid for them in specie...
The Expence of provision and Forage for the Detachment that escorted you from Pittsburgh to Bedford, say six Horsemen, 100 miles, was Twenty two Dollars. I presume that this will be a sufficient Document for the Reimbursement. I am with great Respect   Sir   Your obedient Servant ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Williams, a native of Boston and a great-nephew of Benjamin Franklin,...
Recd from Colel Hamilton seventy Dollars $70.  Expence of the Escort from Pittsburgh to Bedford  22 48 Colel Hamilton’s proportion of the Expence from Bedford to the place of Separation on the Lancaster Road   8 40 Returned to Colel Hamilton. Forty Dollars