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I received yesterday your very laconic favour enclosing a draft upon the bank for 500 dollars which I shall pay over according to your directions. We are in great apprehension of being forced into a War. The last intelligence we have from the West Indies is that they capture and condemn all our vessels without discrimination— A Man arrived yesterday with an account of more than thirty sail...
At a meeting of the heads of departments and Attorney general. March 27. 1794. The Secretary of War, the attorney general and the Secretary of State advise, that the Conyngham be not delivered up to the British owners; the secretary of the treasury dissenting. The Secretary of the treasury, the Secretary of war, and the attorney general advise, that the Pilgrim be delivered up to the British...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, March 27, 1794. “I have to request that a warrant may issue in favor of William Allibone Esquire superintendent of the Delaware Lighthouse establishment, for four hundred forty five Dollars; to enable him to discharge the accounts falling due in the quarter ending the 31st day of march instant.” LC , RG 26, Lighthouse Letters, Vol. I, National Archives. On...
I have the honor to enclose a certificate of the sums issuable from the Treasury of the United States for the payment of Interest becoming due to the several creditors on the books of the Treasury on the 31. of March 1794 and to the trustees for the redemption of the Public debt for interest arising to the same period upon the stock standing in their names and in the name of Samuel Meredith in...
Je Vous Evoie Mon Cher Ami à Cachet Volant, une Lettre a Mons: King, avec un Memoire du Marq: de Rouvray Concernant Les Emigrant de St: Domingo, et des autres isles françoises. Si Vous avez le Loisir de Le parcourrir Vous y trouverai peut etre quelques Idee pour nous débarrasser de ces malheurcaux étranger qui deviennent à Charge aux Etats Unies. Sans Vous importuner par ma Correspondence, je...
At a meeting of the heads of departments and Attorney general. March 27. 1794. The Secretary of War, the attorney general and the Secretary of State advise, that the Conyngham be not delivered up to the British owners; the secretary of the treasury dissenting. The Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of war, and the attorney general advise, that the Pilgrim be delivered up to the British...
As soon as I recd the communication of your arrangements, for laying an Embargo on the trade of this Port, I issued instructions to the Commanding Officer at Fort Mifflin upon the subject; and of those instructions I have now the honor to inclose you a copy. I am, with perfect respect, Sir Yr most obed. H. Servt. Df , PHarH : Executive Correspondence, 1794; LB , PHarH : Executive Letter-Books....
The Secretary of State has the honor of informing the President, that the gentlemen are of opinion, that the rates of the ships be the same, as those marked out by law; and that they ought to be built instead of being purchased. But whether they had better be built by contract, general or particular, they prefer reserving, until information can be obtained from those, skilled in the art. AL ,...
Message proposed by E. Randolph, some days ago to the President; but now rendered unnecessary by Congress having proceeded to vigorous measures. Although I cannot doubt, that from the sources of information possessed by Congress themselves, and the communications, which I have occasionally made to them, they feel the crisis in our public affairs; yet at no time have I seen the necessity of...
By this mail I enclose to Colo Monroe a paper containing an extract of a letter which I receivd from Norfolk, and which gives an account of the success of our brave & generous allies on the Rhine, which I hope may prove true. That the object of the fiscal gentry is to defeat any thing like a systematic operation of the trade of G. B. & to quiet the public mind I am fully persuaded, & therefore...