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Frenchman’s Bay [ District of Maine ] July 1, 1791 . “… Your letter of March the 10th enclosed a copy of Return of Vessels built in this District. There has been no business of that sort.… Your Letter (Circular) of the 21st March observes I should inform you what Post Office would be most convenient for me to get my Letters from. I could wish to have them left at the Post Office at Beverly &...
2[July 1791] (Washington Papers)
Friday July 1st. Received an Address from the Inhabitants of Frederick town and about 7 Oclock left it. Dined at one Cookerlys 13 Miles off & lodged at Tawny town only 12 Miles farther—being detained at the first stage by rain and to answer the address wch. had been presented to me in the Morning. Tawny town is but a small place with only the Street through wch. the road passes, built on. The...
A Clergyman of the Church of Scotland takes the Liberty of writing your Excellency on a subject interesting to mankind—and begs you will accept of the small publication which accompanies this Letter—The subject is at present under discussion in the Assembly of the United States: and the Author would not have troubled your Excellency, if he had not bestowed more labour on that subject than he...
I recd. yesterday your’s of the 28th. and this morning called on Col: Smith from whom I obtained the pamphlet & map, herewith inclosed. The former you are to keep. The latter being the last copy is to be sent back to him after satisfying yourself with it. With respect to the Map of S. America he says that it was obtained from the Engraver by Pitt & Grenville during the squabble with Spain, and...
As I am writing to Mr Fitzgerald I take the liberty under a Cover to Him to inclose Your Excellency a description of Messrs McCabe & Pearce’s new invented double Loom for weaving two peices at the same time, & which description is annexd to the Report of a Committee of the Irish House of Commons upon the utility & benefit of such a Loom. Since Mr Wm Pearces embarkation hence to New York in May...
Lisbon, 1 July 1791 . Enclosing his account, as requested in TJ’s of 15 Mch. He wrote Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard to ask if they had received orders to pay him the sums stated in that letter, but has had no reply and has not drawn the whole due him, not needing remainder until furniture ordered from England arrives. He has not been able to state amount of postage with precision, but it is...
New York, 1 July 1791 . He received TJ’s of the 28th yesterday and this morning obtained from Col. Smith the pamphlet and map, here enclosed, the former to be kept and the latter returned as it is the last copy. As to the map of South America, he says it was obtained “from the engraver by Pitt and Grenville during the squabble with Spain, and remained in their hands for that period as the best...
The exportation of Rice from America to Spain, has I think been in a progressive State for some years. Bread Grains and Meals are Received in Spain from the U S without any obligation to be exported. Consequently may be Consumed in Spain or exported to their Colonies and in Times of Scarcity are actually Consumed in Spain to large extent. The prohibition to the importation of American flour...
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, July 1, 1791. Salter agrees to “support, maintain and attend the Lighthouse at New Castle” from July 1 to December 31, 1791, for $158.60. DS , RG 26, Lighthouse Letters Received, “Segregated” Lighthouse Records, Lear, National Archives; copy RG 26, Lighthouse Letters Received, Lighthouse Deeds and Contracts, National Archives. This document is signed by Salter and by...
Madam,—In making you, thus late, my acknowledgements for the honor you did me, by presenting me with a volume of your poems, I dare not attempt an apology for the delay. I can only throw myself upon your clemency for a pardon. I have not however been equally delinquent towards the work itself, which I have read, more than once, with great interest. It is certain that in the Ladies of Castille,...