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[ Philadelphia, July 13, 1792. On July 26, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have considered the case represented in your letter of the 13. instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, July 23, 1792. On July 26, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I approve of the arrangement proposed in your letter of the 23rd, instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, September 24, 1792. On September 24, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “In answer to your letter of this day.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia ] October 4, 1792 . “Mr Thomas Lea of this City Merchant has informed me of his address to you respecting a quantity of Rum shipped by him for Dublin, and there refused by the Consignee and the whole returned without his knowledge and greatly to his damage. I informed Mr Lea of the necessity of having your opinion & instructions on this subject.… I in-close Mr Lea’s state of the...
[ Philadelphia, November 26, 1792. On December 13, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I received … your letter of the 26th. Ultimo.” Letter not found. ] Delany was collector of customs at Philadelphia.
[ Philadelphia, July 24, 1793. At a meeting on August 5, 1793, the cabinet discussed “Mr. Delany’s letter of the 24th of July on the question whether duties are to be paid on prize goods landed for sale.” Letter not found. ] An entry in JPP “Journal of the Proceedings of the President,” George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. for July 26, 1793, reads as follows: “The Secretary of the...
[ Philadelphia, January 6, 1795. On January 15, 1795, Edmund Randolph wrote to George Hammond, the British Minister to the United States, “respecting the privateer Les Jumeaux” and enclosed “Jan 6 1795 Copy of a Letter from the Collector of the port of Philadelphia to the Secretary of the Treasury enclosing, Report of the Militia Officers of Delaware, and of Captain Montgomery of the Revenue...
Philadelphia, January 12, 1795. “Among that Class of your Fellow Citizens, who truly lament your intended Resignation, We also as Officers of The Revenue of this District, beg leave to assure you, We feel it in the most sensible Degree. And if the warmest heartfelt Sentimen⟨ts⟩ of your Conduct, as a Statesman and in your Official Duties, can be pleasing or Usefull to your Feelings, We in the...
[ Philadelphia, January 22, 1795. On January 24, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I return herewith the papers transmitted with your letter of the 22d. of January.” Letter not found. ]
I was not in the Office when your Note of this day came to hand.—I would wish therefore to advise You, that by Law when an Owner or Master clearing out a Vessell demands a Clearance without a specification of the Cargo it runs as follows—“Goods Wares and Merchandize as per Manifest filed in this Office,”—otherwise every article is included in the Clearance. The above information may perhaps be...
I have distributed the Passports which I received Yesterday by Your directions, and there are now applications for a considerable number. In Your Letter of Instruction there is no mention of any Charge, which led me to tell the Merchants I had no authority to receive any fee or emolument, but that I should make the proper inquiry and inform them accordingly. I would therefore beg leave to...