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Letter not found. Ca. 2 October 1809. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 1516 (1954), item 274, which describes the letter as a ten-line note regarding the “claim of Govr. Harrison for an annual compensation … respectfully submitted to the President,” docketed at the top “Vincennes, August 30th, 1809,” and endorsed by JM, “Approved.” Also mentioned in Gallatin to William Henry...
The situation of the arrears due on the Direct Tax and Internal Revenues, in the districts in which the Office of Supervisor has been continued, is exhibited in the enclosed Statement. The following arrangements are respectfully submitted, to take effect from and after the end of the present year, viz: 1. That the Offices of Acting Supervisor be abolished in the States of Massachusetts,...
8 February 1811, Treasury Department. Transmits in compliance with the Senate resolution of 7 Feb. a copy of George W. Erving’s account in relation to awards under article 7 of the British treaty. A commission of 2½ percent is being charged on £217,009 3 s . 9 d ., this being the amount Erving received for claimants who had not appointed agents to prosecute their claims and receive the awards....
30 January 1810, Treasury Department. Transmits “copies of the instructions issued at several times by this Department with respect to foreign armed Ships or vessels within the waters of the United States” in response to the 18 Jan. resolution of the House of Representatives. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 233, President’s Messages). RC 1 p. In a clerk’s hand, signed by Gallatin. Enclosures 15...
M r Correa , an interesting and learned Portuguese, who has lately arrived in the Constitution & is recommended to us by Barlow , Humboldt & a , has requested me to transmit to you the enclosed letter and work. He intends to pay you his respects in person this summer. You have seen from your retreat that our hopes and endeavours to preserve peace during the present European contest have at...
I was detained by indisposition & bad weather longer than I expected. I have found here your letter of 15th inst., and wish that you may not leave Washington as early as you had contemplated. I go there at this time only to meet with you, & will not reach it before Saturday. It is important that I should know your decision on the subject of the large British importations: I have some not...
The Senate having rejected the nominations of Hickman & Wilkinson, I beg leave to submit the following in their stead vizt. Samuel Abbott of Michigan to be Collector of the district of Michillimakinac & Inspector of the revenue for the port of Michillimakinac Denison Darling of Mississippi territory (whose nomination you had withdrawn & sent in its place that of Wilkinson) to be Collector of...
As the Charter of the Bank of the United States will expire on the 3d of March, it became necessary, until permanent arrangements should be made, to provide immediately for the collection of the revenue bonds falling due after that day. The object of primary consideration being at this critical moment to ensure as far as practicable punctuality of payment of such bonds, the only condition,...
There is not now any vacant office of Receiver of public monies in the Mississippi territory . There was a vacancy last spring which was filled before the end of the last session of Congress. The series of misfortunes experienced this year in our military land operations exceeds all anticipations made even by those who had least confidence in our inexperienced officers and undisciplined men. I...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of an Act for the relief of Arthur St. Clair, and a letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury on the same subject. The phraseology of the Act being different from that adopted in other similar cases, the authority of the President is necessary in order that the money may be paid: and the whole or part will be paid in conformity with his decision. RC ( DLC...