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We have had very Severe weather through the whole of this week, but very little snow. yet the Ground being hard froze, our people have been sledging Stones. to day the wind has come round to the Southard, & Thaws. we cannot do half the buisness I want to have done. from here they go out early & spend no Idle time. the other Team does not work so hard, but looking after so Many cattle takes up...
In my Letter presenting a plan of additional compensations to Supervisors and other officers of Inspection &c. I omitted to mention a material circumstance in the Law, which claims the attention of the President. The section of the act which authorises further allowances, refers them to services rendered, “subsequent to the 30th day of June next.” These are the words. The act passed the...
Your letter of the 21st of October by duplicates (the Original lost) has recently come to hand. I have directed the Treasurer to remit you by this opportunity Six thousand Pounds Sterling, the sum you mention to be likely to be deficient for the payment of the cost of the articles procured for the frigates. The bills have Ninety days to run, but none good at a Shorter Sight were to be...
In consequence of the resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, of the 16th. instant, I have the honor to transmit to you, a statement, shewing the amount of goods, on which the duties of seven and a half and ten per cent. were paid, for the whole of the year 1793, also, the quantities of coffee, cocoa and coal imported in the same year. The accounts for the first half...
In my Letter presenting a plan of additional compensations to Supervisors and other officers of Inspection &c. I omitted to mention a material circumstance in the Law, which claims the attention of the President. The section of the act which authorises further allowances, refers them to services rendered, “subsequent to the 30th. day of June next.” These are the words. The act passed the...
Pursuant to the 13 section of the act entitled “an act making further provision for securing & collecting the duties on foreign & domestic distilled spirits, stills, wines & teas” passed the 5 June 1794; the Commissioner of the Revenue, in consultation with me, has prepared a plan for additional compensations to the Supervisors and other officers of Inspection, & for compensations to such new...
Pursuant to the 13 section of the Act entitled “An Act making further provision for securing & collecting the duties on foreign & domestic distilled spirits, stills, Wines & teas” passed the 5 June 1794; the Commissioner of the Revenue, in consultation with me, has prepared a plan for additional compensations to the Supervisors and other officers of Inspection, & for compensations to such new...
In answer to an enquiry which you were pleased to make—I have the honor to transmit a Communication from the Commissioner of the Revenue of the 25th of December. It is true that there have been some defects of execution, but they are by no means such as in my opinion warrant the strong declaration of Mr Butler—and I think it probable that they are to be attributed more to that Agent whom he...
Your letter of the 8th. instant, has been duly received. I am not fond on the mere suggestion of parties without a knowledge of the state of things between them & the principal to interpose advances—yet if Whelen & Miller as Agents for Mr. Elie Williams have sufficient knowledge of the facts to ask on his behalf & upon his responsibility the advance, it will be made to them. I am with...
In answer to an enquiry which you were pleased to make I have the honor to transmit a Communication from the Commissioner of the Revenue of the 25 of December. It is true that there have been some defects of execution, but they are by no means such as in my opinion warrant the strong declaration of Mr Butler and I think it probable that they are to be attributed more to that agent whom he...