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[ Philadelphia, September 30, 1794. The dealer’s catalogue description of this letter reads: “Directing that Mrs. Hamilton shall have authority to draw checks against his private account.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, Jr., March 22, 1910, Lot 96.
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, September 30, 1794. Requests “a warrant to issue for the sum of one hundred Dollars in favor of … Joel Gibbs with whom a contract has been made for seven hundred & sixty eight Hats for the Artillerists, being on a/count of the above mentioned contract.” LC , RG 75, Letters of Tench Coxe, Commissioner of the Revenue, Relating to the Procurement of Military,...
[ Philadelphia, September 30, 1794. On October 1, 1794, Coxe wrote to Hamilton : “I received … your letter of the 30~ Ulo. relative to the forwarding of the militia supplies.” Letter not found. ]
Newport [ Rhode Island ] September 30, 1794 . “I acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 10th. of this month; I shall do every thing in my power to secure a just issue in the case of Pierce. It is not the practice in this State to strike juries.…” LC , Newport Historical Society, Newport, Rhode Island. Letter not found, but see dealer’s catalogue description printed under this date....
It is with regret I perceive by your return of yesterday that there is still a considerable deficiency of some essential articles for the Militia Army Knapsacks Canteens Musket Cartridges Blankets and shoes. I am to request that you will press forward additional supplies of these articles as fast as possible to Fort Cumberland and Carlisle proportioned to the number of Militia to assemble at...
The enclosed copy of a Letter from Brigadier General Smith at Frederick Town will explain to you a variety of difficulties annexed to his situation which he seems to consider as sufficiently formidable to delay his march to the Ultimate place of rendezvous. My view in transmitting to you a copy of this Communication is simply to afford the General Government an opportunity of removing as far...
It is some considerable time since I gratified myself with a letter to you. This short one I do not hesitate now to write in order to afford an intimate acquaintance of mine the pleasure he has long wish’d of an introduction to the person of my friend. He is deeply attached to your politics & official character, to say no more, & I partake with him in the enjoyment he will derive in taking you...
[ Philadelphia ] September 30, 1794 . On October 2, 1794, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I have recd. your letter of Sept. 30th.” Letter not found. ]
9September [1794] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 30th. Having determined from the Report of the Commissioners, who were appointed to meet the Insurgents in the Western Counties in the State of Pennsylvania, and from other circumstances—to repair to the places appointed for the Rendezvous, of the Militia of New Jersey Pennsylvania Maryland & Virginia; I left the City of Philadelphia about half past ten oclock this forenoon accompanied...
10[Diary entry: 30 September 1794] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 30th. Having determined from the Report of the Commissioners, who were appointed to meet the Insurgents in the Western Counties in the State of Pennsylvania, and from other circumstances—to repair to the places appointed for the Rendezvous, of the Militia of New Jersey Pennsylvania Maryland & Virginia; I left the City of Philadelphia about half past ten oclock this forenoon accompanied...