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XLVI To James Monroe July 22, 1797 XLVII From James Monroe July 25, 1797 XLVIII To James Monroe July 28, 1797 XLIX From James Monroe July 31, 1797 L To James Monroe August 4, 1797 LI From James Monroe August 6, 1797 LII To James Monroe
The following Rules have been adopted by the president of the United States relative to Rank and promotion in the Army. Rank The Field Officers of the Twelve Regiments of Infantry raised in pursuance of the Act of the 16th. July 1798 who served in the Regular Army during the late War and continued therein to the end thereof shall take rank of all others of the same Grade who were not in...
MS ( PPAmP ); endorsed for the APS American Philosophical Society : “Livingston’s Steam Engine.”
13754General Orders, 25 March 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
The General Court Martial of which Capt. Read was president, having tried Lieut. Leyborn of 2d. Regt. Arts. & Engs. upon a charge preferred against him for disorderly and unofficerlike conduct, in beating and maltreating Robert Branton, a private in the same Corps, for evidence given by him before a Court of Inquiry, instituted to investigate a certain charge exhibited against Lieut. Leyborn,...
A Burr 1   He is in every sense a profligate; a voluptuary in the extreme, with uncommon habits of expence; in his profession extortionate to a proverb; suspected on strong grounds of having corruptly served the views of the Holland Company, in the capacity of a member of our legislature He cooperated in obtaining a law to permit Aliens to hold & convey lands. ; and understood to have been...
Sicome un Trattato de Pace ed’Amicizia fu definitivamente accomodato e conchiuso, tra li Stati Uniti d’America representati da William Eaton e James Leander Cathcart Esquires Commessari specialmente deputati per tal oggetto ed illustrissimo ed Excelentissimo Il Bey ed il Gioverno di Tunis Il quale Trattato é come segue, cio é a dire … Conoscere Facciamo sapere Qualmente io John Adams...
To the Trustees of the American Iron Company Dr To the last Installment in Lands in Crosbies Patent £605,13. 5 Interest 4 April 1797 on £605.13.5 is 1 Y. 4 M 56.10.7  do 20 Decr. 1798 do 1 Y. 8 M 16 D 72.10.10 do 7 June 1799 do 5 M
Capn: Shepherd of this place, who I understand has the general superintendance of the public works at Harper’s ferry, informs me, that it is contemplated to employ the Soldiers at the Cantonment the ensuing Spring and Summer, in digging a canal. These Soldiers have hitherto been very little trained, having since they have joined their Regiments been almost constantly employed in fatigue work,...
Whereas, by an act of Congress of the United States, passed the 27th day of February last, entitled “An act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France and the dependencies thereof,” it is enacted, That, any time after the passing of the said act, it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, by his order, to remit and discontinue for the...
I admit that the word states is used in the constitution, in all the senses which have been ascribed to it, by the paper which I have seen; that the state-governments neither created nor can abrogate the fœderal compact, and that the people of the states did create, and may abrogate it. But none of these considerations settle the question. The true enquiry is, in what sense the resolution of...
The United States To Alexander Hamilton   for pay as Major General from the first of April to the last of September inclusively 6 Months at 166 Dollars ⅌ Month Ds. 996    Extra allowances as Inspector General at 50 Dollars ⅌ Month 300    Forage at 20 Dollars ⅌ Month 120    Rations at the rate of 15 ⅌ day 2745 Rations at 16.1½ ⅌ Ration being the Contract price at NYork for Postage of 443.31
Whereas, by an act of the Congress of the United States, passed the 9th day of February last, entitled “An act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France, and the dependencies thereof,” it is provided, that at any time after the passing of this act, it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, if he shall deem it expedient and consistent...
Few editors and scholars would question that the drafting of the Virginia Resolutions was JM’s most important contribution to the proceedings of the 1798–99 session of the Virginia General Assembly. Earlier generations of editors have maintained, however, that JM was responsible not only for the resolutions of 21 December 1798 but also for three resolutions criticizing the foreign policy of...
13764General Orders, 1 November 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
[ New York, November 1, 1799. On November 4, 1799, Hamilton wrote to Charles Cotesworth Pinckney : “I send you … an order of the 1st. inst. issued by me respecting the General Disposition of the Army.” General Orders not found. ]
The Speech of Logan a Shawanees Cheif to Ld. Dunmore I appeal to any white man to say if ever he enter.d Logans Cabin hungrey and I gave him not Meat if ever he came Cold, or naked and I gave him not cloths, during the course of the last long & bloody War, Logan remained Idle in his Tent an advocate for peace nay such was my love for the Whites that those of my own Country pointed at me as...
I imagine this Letter will find you return’d to Philadelphia. I am much disappointed and regret that I was obliged to quit New York before I received an Account of your having arranged with Mr. Anthony the Division of the Lands. I have received a Letter from him that he fears he shall not be able to effect it with you, and that I must repair to Philadelphia in Person to procure a Settlement; I...
“Our political situation is prodigiously changed since you left us. Instead of that noble love of liberty, and that republican government, which carried us triumphantly thro the dangers of the war, an Anglo-Monarchico-Aristocratic party has arisen.—Their avowed object is to impose on us the substance , as they have already given us the form , of the British government. Nevertheless, the...
April 1800. Compte a Monrs Burr Pour Onoraire jusqua Ce jour $2500.       Plus fait Compte de Son ordre a Mr. Green 250.       Compte D’Interet Sur Dollars 11200 ce que jai avancée En trois Sommes differentes et divers Epoques depuis Le Mois de Juillet et Aout 1798 au 15 avril 1799 Pour 8 mois a raison de 7 ⅌ % 522.66/100  Interet d’un An Sur Cette de 13200 dollars  924.        Dollars 4196.66/100
[ New York, May 30, 1799. “I have receiv’d a deed from Peter Goelet & other Trustees of the American Iron Company. I certify that the fourth or last installment of the Purchase money with Interest remains to be paid, which will pay on demand. New York, May 30, 1799. Alexr Hambleton.” Receipt not found. ] This receipt is quoted in, and has been taken from, Goelet to Robert Troup, August 19,...