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Enclosed is an Account of the Cost of your two Casks of Wine of the charges which I have paid upon it—Agreeably to your desire I shall acquaint Doctor Tufts of the amount that he may discharge it when convenient I understand our friend Mr Harrison does not accept the appointment of Consul at Cadiz—My Brother Richard whom I believe is honored with being personally known to you I am flattered to...
Being very desireous of obtaining such aids and information as will enable me to form a just opinion upon the subject of the enclosed paper, in case the events therein mentioned should take place; I have taken the liberty to submit it to you for your consideration, requesting that you will favor me with an opinion thereon. With very great esteem & regard / I am / Sir, / Your most Obedt: Hbl....
At a board convened at the City of New York on Friday the 27th. of August 1790. pursuant to the Act entitled, “An Act makeing provision for the reduction of the Public Debt” Present John Adams, vice President of the United states & President of the Senate John Jay, Chief justice Thomas Jefferson, secretary of State Alexander Hamilton, secretary of the Treasury The Board came to the following...
Providence, August 27, 1790. “Enclosed is my Return of Cash for the last week.… Lest the original letter of which the enclosed is a duplicate, should have miscarried, I beg leave to call your attention to its contents. A small importation, besides the Sails &c was made by Messrs Jos & Wm Russell in the Brig Mary from Dublin, the duties on which remains unliquidated on account of those articles...
Since I wrote you last, I have engaged a house for an office , which is at the corner of Chestnut, and, I think, third Street, or in other words, the house of Mr. Coxe, formerly occupied by the President of Congress. I give you this intimation that you may endeavour to procure one for me, as near that as you can, having regard to the quality and situation of the house. One near Mrs. Allen’s...
Provided the dispute between Great Britain and Spain should come to the decision of Arms, from a variety of circumstances (individually unimportant and inconclusive, but very much the reverse when compared and combined) there is no doubt in my mind, that New Orleans and the Spanish Posts above it on the Mississippi will be among the first attempts of the former, and that the reduction of them...
The Trustees of this literary Institution have desired me to express their congratulations at the prosperous state of our national finances under your wise direction. They have desired me to communicate the high sense, which they retain of your talents, and political knowledge. Influenced by an exalted Opinion of your merit, they make a tender of the highest Honours, that any University can...
[ New York, August 27, 1790. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Robert Black, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, 1962, Catalogue 87, Item 49.
Being very desireous of obtaining such aids and information as will enable me to form a just opinion upon the subject of the enclosed paper, in case the events therein mentioned should take place; I have taken the liberty to submit it to you for your consideration, requesting that you will favor me with an opinion thereon. With very great esteem & regard I am Sir, Your most Obedt Hbe Servt LS...
Secret United States [New York] August 27th 1790 Provided the dispute between Great Britain and Spain should come to the decision of Arms, from a variety of circumstances (individually unimportant and inconclusive, but very much the reverse when compared and combined) there is no doubt in my mind, that New Orleans and the Spanish Posts above it on the Mississippi will be among the first...