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I hope Your Excellency will excuse the liberty I have taken to address you, having made application to the President through my friends for an appointment in the Customs at Philadelphia.—When the Revolution began I lent all the Money I had to the United States. There it lays still—I have made shift to keep my Certificates as yet—The small Real Estate I had is a small house in the City and a...
The Subscriber respectfully forwarded to his Excellency in the last Month Certificates under the hands of several respectable Citizens of Philadelphia, recommendatory of him as an Applicant for an appointment in the Customs at Philadelphia. At that time the principles of the Collection bill not being made public, the place or object of Appointment was not clearly designated in the...
In Obedience to Your Excellency’s Letter of this Morning, I have seen Mr Jacob Shoemaker, one of the Owners of the Ship Delaware; he informs me that they intend their ship for Cape Nichola Mole, and expected to take a Number of passengers, if they Offered; but they Assure me, only one person has as Yet engaged his passage in the Ship Delaware; I have requested of Mr Shoemaker and Captain Art,...
In obedience to your Excellencys Letter of the 5th. Instant; I beg Leave to make the following report on the Little Brig Sarah. From the Best Information I can obtain; When She Sailed from this Port she had four Iron Cannon Mounted, and a number of wooden; and She returned into this port a Prize to the Frigat L’Ambuscaid in the Same Situation. Her present Situation, as to Military Equipment is...