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After my best regards to yourself and family, would immediately disclose to you the design of this letter.—Mr Jacob Welsh, an inhabitant of this Town, a gentleman of publick education, of good abilities & valuable improvements, born in Boston of reputable parents, & who spent some time in our army in the course of the last war, went to Europe before the end of it, first to France & then to...
Mr. Hamilton To Manasseh Salter Dr. 1791 Septr 28 To 73 Yds Carpetting (pr Mrs Coloen) 8/6 £31. 0 6 To 3 ” Towe Cloth 1/6 4.6 Oct  4 To 7 ” Carpetting 9/ 3. 3.0 £34. 8.0 D , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Salter operated a store at 34 and 35 Broadway, New York City. According to the New York City directory for 1789, this is presumably the Widow Colon of Barclay Street.
The enclosed papers contain parts of the information which I expect to furnish upon the subject of Manufactures in Virginia, and are transmitted agreeably to your request. These papers have come from the two lower Surveys of the District; the information they contain as to the particular Neighbourhoods from which they are drawn, may be applied, with propriety to the whole of those Surveys:...
I have received your letter of the 16th of Septemr. on the 27th of the same month, and am much obliged for your answers to my several questions, and for the consent you have given respecting the sales of vessels of which may be condemned. If measures had not been taken the Sloop Betsy would not have sold so high as she did. I told the Council for the Ushers, that their case having been fairly...
I received your circular Letter of the 21st. Ulto and your letter respecting a cancelled register by the last post. Knowing sir how anxious you are to œconomise the public money and how just your expectations are that all officers of the revenue will aid you in a measure so important to the general interest I take the liberty to suggest, as the weather will soon be so inclement as to prevent...
Providence, October 4, 1791. “I have recd. your Letter of the 24th of September. A Libel had been previously filed agt. the Brigt. Betsey and the Ten Kegs of Brandy; and the Owners are pursuing the Steps of the Law for relief, which I hope will be attended with no great Expence.…” ADfS , Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence; copy, RG 56, Letters from the Collector at Providence,...
I had the honor, on the first instant, to submit to you, the general substance of the late communications from Major General St Clair. I now take the liberty to enclose, the copy of a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, with the copy of a letter to him from Lieut: Colonel Beckwith, and the copy of speeches made by Lord Dorchester, to Brant, and the Western indians. I have the honor to...
I was honoured with your letter of the 14th. of August, and am truly sorry it is not in my power to throw any light on the subject. I made it my business to see Mr. John Browne and Mr. John Pierce in hope that by a free conversation with them something might be thought of that would give aid to the business, but they assured me every thing that came to their knowledge they had communicated to...
Southwest Territory, 4 Oct. 1791. Letter of 12 Aug. to William Blount is received in his absence.—Provides answers to questions TJ asked relating to boundaries of Indian claims.—Rumors that Zachariah Cox has established a settlement on the Tennessee River are untrue. The Chickasaws permitted him to set up a post solely to trade with them. His acquittal by the Superior Court has encouraged...