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Herewith you have your a/c with the Society for establishing useful Manufactures, the Balance due you One thousand, Eight Hundred & Eleven Dolls ten Cents—for which I am to request that you draw on Abijah Hammond Esqr of New York, as cashier to Said Society . He is only notified of the Balance, & that the Board of Directors have directed this mode of payment. The Board of Directors have at...
Dr. Alexander Hamilton Esqr: In A/C with The Society for Establishing useful Manufactures Cr: 1793 1793 Feby. 20 To paid his draft on Benjamin Walker 300.00 Feby. 26 By Cash Advanced Wm. Pearce in Phila. at sundry times 2,340.90 June 8 To Wm. Duer’s Order on F. Ingraham 500  “  “ By ditto ditto George Parkinson
Mr. Hamilton presents his Compliments to the Minister of France, regrets extremely that by a neglect of the person to whom the Minister’s Note of the 16th was delivered it did not get to the hands of Mr. Hamilton till this Morning which has prevented an earlier attention to it. Mr. Hamilton is just going to attend a summons of the President. If he shall find that the object of it will not...
By the President’s command T. Lear has the honor to inform the Secretary of the Treasury, that the President having duly considered the Representation of the Commissioner of the Revenue and the other documents relative to the compensations of the Keepers of the Light Houses, which were put into his hands by the Secretary, Approves of the Alterations of certain compensations as suggested by the...
[ Philadelphia, July 18, 1793. “Wrote this Day, the 18 July 1793, a Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury stating that the Contingent Money of the Treasury deposited in Bank was nearly Expended and that an Advance of Twelve hundred Dollars might be made me to defray Expences.” Letter not found. ] D , RG 53, Register of the Treasury, Estimates and Statements for 1793, Vol. “135-T,” National...
Agreed I   Do the Treaties between the United States and France give to France or her Citizens a right , when at War with a Power with whom the UStates are at peace, to fit out originally, in and from the Ports of the UStates, vessels armed for War, with or without commission? Agreed II   If they give such a right Does it extend to all manner of armed vessels or to particular kinds only? If...
The Chief Justice & Judge Paterson are in Town. The former called upon me yesterday evening to know at what time he should receive my communications. I was embarrassed—but declared the truth, that by waiting for the Attorney General, the business wch it was proposed to lay before them, was not fully prepared. I shall expect to see you by nine; And as the Judges will have to decide whether the...
Th: Jefferson has the honor to inclose to the President a copy of the questions to be proposed to the judges, which he has endeavoured to make with exactness, but cannot be sure he may not have mistaken some of the interlineations of the original he has added at the end those from his own paper which were agreed to. they are the numbers 22. &c to the end. he incloses also the rough draughts of...
1. Do the treaties between the U.S. & France give to France or her citizens a right , when at war with a power with whom the U.S. are at peace, to fit out originally in & from the ports of the U.S., vessels armed for war, with or without commission? 2. If they give such a right , does it extend to all manner of armed vessels, or to particular kinds only? if the latter, to what kinds does it...
Deeply impressed with the wisdom and Policy which dictated your Proclamation declaring the Neutrality to be observed by the United States of America in the War between France and other Powers of Europe, We the Inhabitants of the City and Neighbourhood of Trenton take this manner to express the high satisfaction we feel upon this renewed Proof of that watchful Care you have ever testified for...