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[ New York, August 25, 1790. The endorsement on the letter that Allibone wrote to Hamilton on August 21, 1790 , reads: “Answd. 25th Augt. 90.” Letter not found. ]
Sometime since, a Cargo of Sugars were imported into this Town, among them, were two or three tons of the worst kind, indeed it could hardly be called Sugar; it sold for about 2/5ths of what the remainder of the Cargo sold for, can any allowance be made on account of the duty? The British Consul arrived here a few days since, with his family, he has brought a quantity of household furniture....
I have the honor to transmit a dispatch receivd this morning from Francis Chiappe Esqr. for Your Excelly. Having lately been desired to enquire by means of my correspondents at Algiers how many Americans remained there, and the sum would be demanded for their Ransom, I take the liberty of inclosing for your information copy of the return made me, and to say that as the Gentlemen encharged me...
I enclose you herein sundry papers containing a representation from Messrs. Updike & Earle of Providence, who complain that their Sloop Nancy was seized in the Island of Hispaniola, and though without foundation as her acquittal proved, yet they were subjected to the payment of very heavy expenses. It is to be observed that in no Country does Government pay the costs of a defendant in any...
Le Havre, 25 Aug. 1790 . Finding the Henrietta going out with TJ’s articles, he recalls himself to TJ as bringing letter from Massachusetts and Virginia delegates in 1785 “recommending your appointing me to the place, which I found so honorably fill’d by Mr. Lamb .” Requests “some employment in Europe if I may be thought worthy of it.” RC ( DLC : Applications for Office under Washington);...
The President will leave this on the 30th. for Mount Vernon and will return to Philadelphia towards the latter part of November. I go hence a day or two after him, for Monticello, and shall return to Philadelphia about the last of October. The other offices will be removed to Philadelphia between the middle of October and of November. I very much wish my letters, written for this purpose, may...