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Either write upon larger paper, or give an outside cover to your letters, for in the act of opening yours which I have just rec d: I took away with the wafer much of the connection of several sentences; and being interested in every word I felt rather out of humor; However I collected sufficient from the whole cloth to make quite a decent garment. The only circumstance to be regretted is, that...
The Treasurer has received directions to remit you a draft for six thousand, two hundred and ninety four Dollars to enable you to pay a half years pensions to the Invalids of your State, which according to a notification from the Department of war is to be paid on the fourth day of September ensuing. You are to pay under such regulations as shall have been communicated to you from that...
Boston, August 4, 1791. “Agreeably to your directions I now improve the first oppo. to transmit an Account Current of 6 ⅌ Ct. & 3 ⅌ Ct. Stock funded in this Office to the 1st April 1791. They should have been sent forward sooner but a few errors occasion great delay in examining so many Accounts. The Acct. of the defered Stock shall be forwarded as soon as possible. About 1,300,000 Dollrs....
I find myself obliged to remit the proceedings on the Petition of John Osborn in order that a further inquiry be had. Having had occasion heretofore to consult the British Acts of Parliament respecting the admeasurement of vessels, I am satisfied that there must be some incorrectness in the evidence from which it has been stated that the Tonnage, according to the rule prescribed by the British...
[ August 4, 1791. On September 1, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Foster : “I have had the pleasure of receiving your two letters of the 23rd July & 4th of August.” Letter of August 4 not found. ] Foster, a Providence, Rhode Island, lawyer, had served in the Rhode Island House of Representatives from 1776 to 1782, as town clerk of Providence from 1775 to 1787, and was appointed judge of the Court of...
As the tea mentioned in your letter of the 13th of July is confessedly not simply Bohea but a different kind of black tea and was entered under a different denomination, I see not how it can be exempted from the duty laid on the second class of teas namely “Souchong and other black teas.” I cannot find that Bohea Congo is a species of tea known in the China Market, tho the Bohea of the...
[ Philadelphia, August 4, 1791. On August 15, 1791, Seton wrote to Hamilton : “I am honored with your Letter of the 4th.” Letter not found. ] Seton was cashier of the Bank of New York.
It is deemed conducive to the general order of the department that the respective Commissioners of loans should henceforth transmit to the Comptroller of the Treasury all such official statements returns and documents respecting the public debt as they have been or shall be directed to furnish, except the summary of the amount of each kind of stock standing upon their books which has been...
It being probable that I shall leave this place early in the ensuing week I drop you an intimation of it, that you may keep back any letters that may fall into your hands for me, or that you might intend to favor me with. The outward bound packet for Halifax & London sailed to day. The one expected for some time past is not yet arrived, and I do not learn that any foreign news is recd. thro’...
It being probable that I shall leave this place early in the ensuing week I drop you an intimation of it, that you may keep back any letters that may fall into your hands for me, or that you might intend to favor me with. The outward bound packet for Halifax and London sailed to day. The one expected for some time past is not yet arrived, and I do not learn that any foreign news is received...