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Treasury Department, Revenue Office, November 30, 1792. Announces “the completion of the light House, Keepers house, oil Vault, and platform on Cape Henry in the state of Virginia.” States that extra work has compelled the contractor to submit a bill in excess of the original contract. Asks Hamilton to secure the President’s approval of this bill. LC , RG 58, Letters of Commissioner of...
The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom was referred the petition of Abraham Scribner and Thomas Cable, respectfully [submits] the following Report thereupon. The petition seeks compensation for the hire and value of a sloop, alleged to have been impressed into the public service, in August 1776, by Hugh Hughes, then Assistant Quarter-Master, with an engagement to pay, at the rate of four...
In obedience to two resolutions of the House of Representatives, one of the 21st instant, directing the Secretary of the Treasury to report a plan for the redemption of so much of the public debt, as by the Act, intituled “An Act making provision for the debt of the United States,” the United States have reserved the right to redeem; the other of the 22d instant, directing him to report the...
Table Shewing the Effect of a Sum Annually Created, Equal to the Interest of the Sum to Be Redeemed, Within Each Year, for a Period of Nine Years, Commencing from the 1st of January 1793. On the Supposition, That the Interest on the Sum Annually Redeemed, Be Invested, As It Is Liberated, in the Purchase of 6 Per Cent Stock, at the Price of 22 Shillings in the Pound. Periods of redemption Sums...
Table Exhibiting a View of the Proposed Plan of Redemption. N: B: All the calculations in this table proceed upon a rate of five per cent interest. Periods of redemption or payment. Sums redeemable. Temporary Loans. Amount of sums borrowed with compound interest to the respective periods of reimbursement. Years when Annuities begin to accrue. Years Annuities.
Mode of Constituting the Proposed Annuities. 1793. Surplus dividend of Bank stock beyond the interest which will   be payable, estimated at 60.000.   Tax 43.199. 6 103.199. 6. 1794. Tax 109.391.60. 1795. Tax 115.955.17. 1796. Part of annual interest converted into annuity 20.000.   Tax 102.912.48 122.912.48.
View of Redeeming Fund to and upon the 1st. January 1802. Interest which will have been liberated by purchases and payments into the Treasury, exclusive of redemptions, according to the proposed plan 65.000.   Jan: 1st. 1794, by redemption of, 550.000    dols. rate 6 per cent 33.000.   ditto, 1795, by ditto of, 583.000,   at ditto 34.980.   ditto,
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, November 30, 1792. “I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 1st. instant accompanying Commissions for John Adams as first Mate & Benj Gunnison as second Mate of the Revenue Cutter Scammel. I beg leave to Nominate Samuel Odiorne for the third Mate of Said Cutter.…” LC , RG 36, Collector of Customs at Portsmouth, Letters Sent, 1792–1793, National...
R. Peters’s respectful Compliments to The President & returns the Pamplet on the Foo⟨t⟩ Plough with Thanks for the Perusal. R.P. thinks there are many good & useful Observations in the Book, but he cannot prefer the Plough to the Bar Share Plough in Use among good Farmers here. The Idea of accomodating one Plough to many & different Operations may be well executed. But he would rather have...
Knowing that tomorrow is the time appointed for the monthly meeting of the Commissioners at George Town, I had intended to have written you a line or two on a particular subject by Wednesday’s Post; but one thing or another put it out of mind until it was too late. I now set down to do it, as the letter in the common course of the Post will reach George Town on Monday—probably, before you...