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Letter not found: from John Cannon Canon , 10 Aug. 1791. In a letter of 7 Sept. to Cannon Canon , GW referred to Cannon’s Canon’s letter “of the 10 of August.”
[ New York, August 10, 1791. On the back of Hamilton’s letter to Duane of August 4, 1791 , is the endorsement: “Answered 10th.” Letter not found. ]
This day, my beloved, on my return from Brunswick I received your precious letters of the 31 of July & 3d. of August. I was surprised to find you had received none from me; as without recollecting dates, I think one, which I wrote you, before my departure from New York, ought to have got to hand previous to your last. You will easily imagine how much pleasure it gives me to learn that my Dear...
[ Philadelphia, August 10, 1791. On August 23, 1791, Ellery referred to Hamilton’s “letter of the 10th of this month, requesting the particular circumstances that led to a remeasurement of the Brig Sally.” Letter not found. ]
I flattered myself before this to have received an answer to my last letter , which was written some days before the reception of your favor of Feb. 5; but I was disappointed in my expectation: I do not however consider your omission in not answering my letter, as the effect of neglect, but as an unavoidable consequence of your official duty, which required your attention in preference to...
I have now the honor to return you the Petition of Mr. Moultrie on behalf of the South Carolina Yazoo Company. Without noticing that some of the highest functions of sovereignty are assumed in the very papers which he annexes as his justification, I am of opinion that Government should firmly maintain this ground, that the Indians have a right to the occupation of their Lands independent of...
I beg that you will be pleased to make it Publicly known to the Citizens of the United States, that all the American Shipping carrying Tobaccos &ca. to the Ports of Guernsey and Jersey, are subject to Seizure, under an Act of Parliament in the Reign of Charles the Second, that they may govern themselves accordingly.—I have the honor to assure you that I am with the most perfect Respect Sir...
London, 10 Aug. 1791 . He recognizes the justice of TJ’s reasons given in his of 13 May for not acknowledging his regular communications, yet for want of information (particularly respecting American funds), he is placed in disagreeable situations. He was confident Congress would regulate the consular office at the last session. “Their omitting it has lessened the consequence of their Consuls,...
[ Before 10 Aug. 1791 ]. He requests a patent for his “easy method of propelling Boats and other Vessels through the water by the power of Horses or cattle, whereby their strength may be applied nearly as well as that of a man at an Oar, which of course will reduce the price of inland navigation nearly as much as the labour of Horses is cheaper than that of Men.” Tr ( DP : Scientific Library,...