Search help
Documents filtered by: Date="1794-09-29"
Results 1-10 of 14 sorted by date (ascending)
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
The President whom I have the honor to accompany leaves this place tomorrow for Carlisle, where he will probably remain three or four days. He wishes you to provide for him some convenient rooms (say three) during his stay. It will be most agreeable for them to be at a private house on the express condition that they are to be paid for; for The President will not by any means be accommodated...
We have been very sorry to hear that our dear Alexander has been unwell but thank God that he was better. We hope he will soon be quite well. Your Mama will leave this place tomorrow or next day for Trenton to bring you herself to Town. I expect to set out tomorrow for Carlisle. But you must not be uneasy about it. For by the accounts we have received there will be no fighting and of course no...
[ Philadelphia, September 29, 1794. On September 30, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Hodgdon : “I perceive by your return of yesterday that there is still a considerable deficiency of some essential articles for the Militia.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, September 29, 1794. On September 30, 1794, Tench Coxe wrote to Hodgdon: “Permit me to ask your greatest attention & exertion to fulfill the requests of the Secy. of the Treasury in his letter to you of the 29 inst.” Letter not found. ] LC , RG 75, Letters of Tench Coxe, Commissioner of the Revenue, Relating to the Procurement of Military, Naval, and Indian Supplies, National...
I have the honor to enclose a Certificate of the sums issueable 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 30th September 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...
I have received your letter informing me of your determination to proceed to Frederick Town. It is the wish of the President, that you proceed with the Militia under your command with all reasonable expedition to Fort Cumberland there to form a junction with that of Virginia, which he is desirous should not be delayed. Orders went yesterday to Mr. Gale by express to provide and forward to Fort...
I have the honor to transmit you two communications from the Commissioner of the Revenue dated the 24 & 25 instant, and to submit my opinion, that it is adviseable to ratify all the contracts to which they refer except that last mentioned with Green Parker. With perfect respect &c LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Tench Coxe’s first letter to H of September 25, 1794 , has not...
Being about to leave the seat of Government for a few Weeks to accompany the Army on its march against the Western Insurgents of Pennsylvania, I commit to you during my absence the management of those matters which are reserved to my superintendance under the constitution and regulations of the Department, especially the receipts and expenditures of money, and I rely upon your deligence and...
Memorandum of the allowance proposed to be made to James Donaldson, and what is expected from him 400 lbs. of Porke }   200 do. Beef   1000 Herrings   200 Shad per Annum 200 lbs. of midling flour   20 bushels of Indian Meal or midlg flour equivalent   One hundred & twenty dolrs   To pay his, & families passage round to Mount Vernon, & furnish him with the use of Tools with which to work when...
I have the honor to transmit you two communications from the Commissioner of the Revenue dated the 24 & 25 instant, and to submit my opinion, that it is adviseable to ratify all the contracts to which they refer except that last mentioned with Green Parker. With perfect respect &c. LB , DLC:GW . Tench Coxe’s letter to Hamilton of 24 Sept. enclosed "proposals from Mr John McCauley for the...