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I last evening received yours of the 12 th and 15. the weather for several Days past has been extreem Hot, and as to the drougth it is much sharper than last year we have not had half an inch of rain for two Months & Scarcly a sprinkle for more than a month. neither corn or potatoes can get up, & the few things in the garden wilt like july. I am most discouraged at Farming. I have however...
Mr. Hamilton Dr. to Denis f Donnant from the 17th february 1794. Philadelphia. 2 monts & better tuition of the french language } 6 dol. DS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. At the bottom of this bill is written: “May 23d 1794 Received payment of J Meyer. D. f. Donnant.” John Meyer was a clerk in the Treasury Department.
[ Philadelphia ] May 23, 1794 . “Pay to the Director of the Mint of the U. States, four hundred dollars; to be applied to the purposes of that Establishment.” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. David Rittenhouse.
[ Philadelphia, May 23, 1794. On July 15, 1794, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We have received your esteemed favor of 23 May.” Letter not found. ]
The Bearer, Mr Nicholas Pariset, who has been naturalized in the State of New Jersey, intending to go to the West Indies, is desirous of procuring a Pass authenticated under the Seal of the United States, for the security of his Person & Property in Case he should meet with armed Vessells in the Course of his Voyage—I do not know whether it is usual to grant Passes of this Natur<e>—if it is, I...
The Peggy Captain Lunt has Just Arrived, and has brought a Number of Fruit tree’s for you, which I shall send this day to Mountain Vernon. I have delivered to my Brother Francis, the Order on Mr Benjamin Jones for the rent, of your Land, he lives near Mr Jones and will get of him a state of the Rents—my Brother desires me to inform You that the Tenants are Committing great Waste on the Lands...
My Son Joseph informs me that from Your Excellence’s high and Honorable Station—that it would be improper to give Letters of Introduction—at the same time I know the goodness of your Heart to be such—that I flatter myself some respect will be paid to my recomendation—I therefore pray leave to say that the Bearer of this is Thos Law Esqr. who comes with a design to Settle in America if he likes...
The Secretary of War presents his Compliments to Mister Dandridge and begs the favor that the enclosed letter from Governor Mifflin, just received, may be submitted to the President of the U: States. L , DLC:GW ; LB , DLC:GW . Pennsylvania governor Thomas Mifflin’s letter to Knox of 23 May enclosed "a copy of a letter from Brigadier General Wilkins, dated the eleventh current, relatively to...
The Secretary of state has the honor of transmitting the papers and message; taking at the same time the liberty of suggesting the propriety of instructing Mr Dandridge to inform the Speaker and Vice President, that this and the Secretary’s letter of yesterday are not in confidence. Otherwise, they will be concealed under the confidential message of yesterday from the public eye. To both...