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For the National Gazette. Genuine Truth never deviates into misrepresentation. That an impostor has assumed its name in the National Gazette of the 10th inst. is sufficiently evinced by the following circumstance. The writer, who appears under that signature, after endeavouring to torture certain expressions of the Secretary of the Treasury, into a meaning which, construed with candour, and in...
There being a Vessel in port ready to sail for Amsterdam, I take the opportunity to enclose you triplicates of my letters of the 13th Ultimo and 1st instant, and to note to you that I have directed the Treasurer to draw upon our Commissioners at Amsterdam for one hundred thousand guilders, in addition to the sums mentioned in my letter of the 25th of July. This I have done in consequence of a...
I request that you will have enquiry made on board the Cutter Active , whether she is in possession of a double set of arms muskets, pistols, &ca. The Collector of New York was directed to furnish each Cutter with ten muskets and bayonets, twenty pistols, two chissels, one broad axe and two lanthorns. These articles, it appears, have been shipped by Mr Lamb for each of the Cutters—but none...
I enclose you the triplicate of my letter of the 19th ultimo—and have by this opportunity barely to inform you that I have directed the Treasurer to draw upon you for one hundred thousand guilders in addition to the sum mentioned in my letter of the 26th of July last. I am &c. Copy, RG 233, Reports of the Treasury Department, 1792–1793, Vol. III, National Archives. This letter was enclosed in...