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The President has left here a Blank Commission for Supervisor of New York, with his signature, & with instruction to fill it up either in your name or that of Nicholas Fish, giving you the first option. I am therefore to request, that you will inform me as speedily as possible, whether the appointment is acceptable to you. The present gross emoluments of it may amount to about 1300 Dollars of...
[ New York, April 1, 1793. On April 4, 1793, Hamilton wrote to Burrall and acknowledged receipt of “your letter of the 1st instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, April 1, 1793. Hamilton endorsed a letter which Ogden sent to him on March 18, 1793 , as follows: “1793 Answered April 1 with thanks &c.” Letter not found. ]
Having from time to time through the winter and down to the present day received repeated information that the post rider between Richmond and Charlottesville, and consequently along the rest of that line, has been and continues extremely unpunctual, sometimes not going even as far as Charlottesville (only 75 miles of the route) for three weeks, and often missing a fortnight, I have thought it...
The Government has a considerable payment to make at Amsterdam in June next. The provision for the purpose hitherto made falls short of the object; and it is desirable for perfect safety not to delay the remitting of funds from hence beyond the Packet of the present month—though I have great reason to believe that a loan at Amsterdam will have furnished the requisite means independent of...
I have recd. your letter of the 10th. of Octr. accompanying the decree of the National assembly of the 26. of Augst. last; which confers the title of French Citizen on several foreigners among whom I have the honor to be named. In the catalogue of sublime truths and precious sentiments recorded in the revolution of France, none is more to be admired, than the renunciation of those prejudices...
I know of nothing relative to public affairs that has transpired since your departure. In our domestic concerns we go on as usual. General Knox is mending; but he has not yet been out of his room. I saw him yesterday, when he told me he had just received a letter from General Lincoln, and that he might be expected here about the middle of the present week. As General Knox observed that he was...
we request your attention to the foregoing circular from the late firm of HARTSHORNE and DONALDSON, and to assure you our best endeavours shall be exerted to merit the recommendation there given. —Our Exports consist of Flour, Bread, Wheat and Indian Corn, these are the principal; besides these we have some Tobacco, Pine Plank, Shingles, Staves and Hemp. Flour and Bread may be had at all...
Letter not found: from Edmund Randolph, April 1793. GW wrote Tobias Lear on 12 April that the “enclosed from the Attorney General I return to him through your hands.”
The Report brought by a captain of a ship from Lisbon just in the moment of your departure that France had declared war against several nations, involved in that declaration almost every power of Europe. I therefore suspect that it has arisen from Kersaint’s proposition to declare war against every nation, which a pilot may not have distinguished from a declaration. still I have thought it...