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Having maturely reflected upon the principal question, contained in your communication, dated yesterday, to the Heads of Departments, and Attorney General, and beleiving it of great importance to the honour, dignity and consistency of the Government, that a public Printer should be appointed by the President, I have respectfully to submit my opinion on the subject. The principal question I...
With due respect permit me to communicate a scetch of some ideas, which have occurred to my mind, upon the subject I mentioned, when you requested a statement in writing, which I should have done long since, but could not make up my mind, upon the best manner of conducting the buiseness, concieveing it to be of great importance and if well managed, great benefit would result to the nation not...
Enclosed are copies of a letter from G North of the fifteenth instant, and of the General order of the eleventh of March. From these it would appear that the continuance of the recruiting service in the corps under the command of General Pinckney has proceeded from some misapprehension of my intentions. I have written however to the General on the subject mentioning that it was expected he...
The S of War mentions to me that the recruiting service still continues in some of the corps under your command. I presume from this that my intention has been misapprehended. The General order of the eleventh of March was sent to you under the idea that you would communicate it to the respective posts in your district. I would thank you to have this done as soon as possible. Df , in the...
moneys advanced to me for Expences while you was Secretary of the treasury and for actual allowances under the acts of the President are rendered as a Charge against me which I wish you to Explain to the Commissionor of the revenue which will mutch oblige your most obedient Servant ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see H to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., March...
I have had the honor to receive your Letter dated the 11th. Instant, and Should have answered it the moment I Recd. it, if it had been in my power, but Sir, I was then confined to my bed, by a Severe fever of which I have not yet recovered—I am this moment very ill, and hardly able to write a word— On my march from the Natchez to this place Sir, I experienced a great deal of Severe sickness,...
Enclosed is a copy of a letter from Major Shute relative to the application of David Jones which you sent to me some days since. You will perceive from the statement that given that the application of this Gentleman is a very improper one ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have received your letter of the eleventh instant, and have attended to your suggestion relative to the Clothing ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have received your letter of the fourteenth instant with it’s enclosure—It appears from the statement given that the application of Mr. Jones is a very improper one—Matters will therefore continue as they are. ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
The friends of Pierson Green a private in Captain Henrys Company in the Second regiment of Artillerists and Engineers having applied to me for his discharge on account of his being disqualified for active service I directed him to be examined by Doctor Gillasspy formerly Surgeon of the 3d Regiment of Infantry who has given the following Certificate: “Philada. April 24. 1800 I certify on...