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Letter not found. 24 June 1801. Acknowledged in Gallatin to JM, 14 July 1801 . Encloses requisition designating Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard as bankers at Amsterdam to whom $50,000 will be remitted.
Letter not found. 2 July 1801. Acknowledged in Gallatin to JM, 14 July 1801 . Encloses requisition designating Bird, Savage, and Bird to receive U.S. funds.
Letter not found. 20 July 1801. Mentioned in JM to Pichon, 20 July 1801 . Concerns Pichon’s request for the payment of $11,000 credited to the French Republic on the Treasury Department books.
Mr. Adams Hoopes the bearer proposes to call at Washington on his way to Philada. and as he may have occasion to ask some information which you can best give him, intimates that a line making him known to you would be acceptable. I give it with pleasure, under the impression that he is a man of modesty & worth, and will abuse no civility that may be shewn him. Mrs. M. & Anna offer their...
You will receive herewith a letter requesting your orders to the Collector of Boston for the departure of the British Snow Windsor from that port. As she was made a prize & carried in, neither by a Ship of war nor privateer, and the presumption also is that she is rather a prize to France than any other nation, it was readily decided that the Treaty of 1794 is inapplicable to the case. The...
Before I left Washington, I had through Mr. Barnes negociated at the Bank of Columbia, a note for $1000 which will fall due about the middle of the present month. I take the liberty of inclosing an authority for receiving the quarter’s salary to be drawn on the 1st. of October, which [ sic ] a request that you will put it into the hands of Mr. Barnes, and if necessary, that you will be so...
I am just informed by a friend of Dr. Barraud of the Hospital at Norfolk that some arrangement communicated thro’ the Collector of that port, threatens him with the loss of his office; Having been very favorably impressed with the merits of this gentleman by strong representations from Bishop Madison & Judge Tucker, I hope to be excused for saying that I believe him to be a man of very...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 20th. current respecting Mr. Fenwick’s accounts. As none of his claims were incurred subsequently to the 1st. of September 1800, it follows that if the authority given to the Secretary of State, under the President’s direction, to admit such claims should be considered to be more limited after that day, the principles of liquidating his...
12 January 1802, Department of State. “The Secretary of State presents his respects to the Secretary of the Treasury and has the honor to enclose a copy of a letter lately received from Samuel Cabot Esqr. together with the letter from the Secretary of State therein referred to.” RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 217, First Auditor’s Accounts, no. 13,148). RC 1 p.; in Wagner’s hand; docketed by...
24 February 1802, Department of State. States that Cabot’s salary was to begin on the day of his embarkation for Great Britain at an annual rate of $2,500, with an additional $500 allowed for the first year “by way of outfit.” Lacks information to fix the day of embarkation. The salary is to cease 1 Aug. 1801, and the allowance for his return should not reasonably exceed $500. Returns the...