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I have recd your favour of the 19th. I presume your answer to Mr Jefferson will be sufficient but If you write to the President, it will do us harm——Your letter to the President came to me after your appointment, so that I have never delivered nor mentioned it to any one; and shall keep it and all that came with it till your further orders.—It is best it should not now be conveyed to the...
I have received your favor of the 9th Instant, and duly observed the useful hints in it relative to the exportation of & re-exportation of salted provisions & Fish. The question with regard to Weighers will probably meet the attention of the Legislature in the present Session. I observe with great satisfaction your successful endeavors to detect the Breaches of the Revenue Laws and to secure...
[ New York, July 25, 1790. On August 6, 1790, Newton wrote to Hamilton : “Your Letter of the 25th Ult. I received this day.” Letter not found. ]
Enclosed you will find an advertismen⟨t⟩ relative to the supply of Rations for the Troops of the United Sta⟨tes⟩ which you will be pleased to have inserted in your best Newspaper for the term of four Weeks. The account of the expenc⟨es⟩ I must also request you to procure, and discharge and I shall direct, the Receipt to be admitted, as a Voucher for the amount in your subsequent settlement. I...
After all the vicissitudes through which the assumption has passed, it seems at present in a fair way to succeed as part of the general plan for the public debt. The Senate have included it among their amendments to the funding bill, and a vote of yesterday in the House of Representatives indicates a small majority in favor of the measure. In its present form it will very little affect the...
I receive this moment your favor of to-day. Tho’ I shall ever be pleased with every event which may promote your interests, yet I cannot be without regret altogether that one of the consequences of the advantageous propositions you embrace is that they deprive me of the continuance of your assistance. I have been too short a time in the office to know as yet it’s duties myself. It was on the...
I have duly recieved your two favors of July 12. and 14 . I have a good deal of confidence that Harvie’s lands may be saved to Sam. Carr notwithstanding the suit. It is very interesting to him that every possible delay be used, because it will give more time to be receiving profits and paying off, and because he may come of age in the mean time and make valid engagements for money to save the...
J’ay étté bien charmée de recevoir de vous une lettre. Impatiente d’apprendre de vos nouvelles, j’en croyois le moment passé. Je croyois qu’un si long trajet de Mer et des objets si agréables pour vous à retrouver avoient effacé quelques sentimens flatteurs pour moi, s’ils avoient jamais existé. Mon Cousin m’ayant écrit au mois de decembre m’apprit les détails de votre arrivée, de laquelle...
Your favor of June the 4th. with Mr. Eppes’ of May 30. came to my hands only the 8th of July. Consequently they must have been all the month of June getting from Eppington to Richmond, from which last place they would be but 8. or 9. days coming. I mention this as an apology for being so late in acknowleging their reciept. Patsy has written me on the subject of a maid also, but adds that it...
I have duly recieved your favor of May 30. inclosing Mr. Ross’s accounts &c. I observe that almost the whole of the balance he makes, results from turning money into tobacco at 20/ and then turning it back again into money at 36/. If there was ever any agreement between Mr. Ross and me to pay him any part of the account in tobacco, it must be paid him in tobacco. But neither justice nor...