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For the National Gazette Civis to Mercator Little other notice of the futile reply of Mercator to Civis is necessary than merely to put in a clear light the erroneousness of the standard, which he has adopted for calculating the arrears of interest to the end of the year 1790. He takes for his standard the present annual interest on the whole amount of the public Debt, as provided for under...
As a Citizen of the United States, anxiously observing their critical Situation, and the hostile Measures pursued by one, at least, of the belligerent Powers—being perhaps more inclined to propose, than capacitated to suggest, the necessary Means of Relief, I yet take the Liberty of addressing your Excellency. Without further Apology, permit me to submit to your Consideration, the following...
When any Citizen presumes to offer his sentiments to you, his Love for his Country and its Glory should be his apology—Upon this Principle the writer hopes to be heard. and altho’ his opinion may be useless that the freedom will be excused. He has been a constant and warm Stickler for the new Government, and is happy to think it is now out of the reach of its Enemies. He does not fully...
4Civis, [5 September 1792] (Hamilton Papers)
For the National Gazette. Certain Treasury Documents were lately published for the information of the community, without any precise designation of the purpose for which they were published. They were left to speak for themselves, with only a short introduction, denominating them “Authentic documents respecting the progress which has been made by the present government of the United States,...