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[ New York, September 13, 1789. On September 19, 1789, Delany wrote to Hamilton : “I acknowledge...
You will use your best Exertions to pay into the Bank of north America all the Monies you can...
Treasury Department, December 21, 1789. “An application has been lately made to me by the Board...
Hurry of business has prevented my answering till now your favours of the 21st of December and...
[ New York, March 24, 1790. On April 30, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Delany “I refer you to my Letter...
You will please to obtain a certificate from the Cashier of the Bank of North America, expressing...
Treasury Department, April 30, 1790. “I have not yet answered that part of your Letter of the...
The establishment of Custom house boat⟨s is⟩ as you are informed, under the consideration of...
The preceding Circular letter of the 30th of March, having been refered to by the Comptroller of...
[ New York, July 31, 1790. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at...
I have received your letter of the 20th instant, enclosing one to you from Mr. William Bell of...
The Act imposing duties on the Tonnage of Ships or Vessels declares that this charge shall accrue...
If the arrival of the vessel, that has put into this port in distress, was subsequent to the...
It will be necessary to the perfect understanding of the case you referred to me this morning, to...
I have considered the application made to you by the Gentlemen concerned in the damaged goods...
[ Philadelphia, November 19, 1790. On December 2, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Delany : “I have...
I have received this morning your letter in answer to mine of the 19th. ultimo from which I find...
The duties upon Hemp and cotton which took place the 1st. instant being included in the same...
I have considered the case of the two vessels belonging to the port of Philadelphia which have...
[ Philadelphia, January 22, 1791. The dealer’s catalogue description of this letter reads:...
I received yesterday an application from Messrs. R & J Potter, Knox, Henderson & others, relative...
I have considered the case of the two vessels belonging to the port of Philadelphia which have...
The section of the collection law relative to the tares to be allowed at the Custom house upon...
I do not conceive the laws will admit of a Collectors receiving & certifying a Manifest of goods...
I am informed, that a doubt has been made, whether in order to obtain the Credit for two years ,...
I am informed there is reason to believe, that a vessel belonging to Elizabeth Town in New Jersey...
I have considered the case proposed to me in your letter of the 11th. July, and do not find...
Treasury Department, October 10, 1791. “Your letter of the 5th instant has been received. The...
I wish you to ascertain who is the present owner of the Brig Lydia commanded by Captain Vancise,...
Treasury Department, January 11, 1792. “I think it proper that you make an immediate demand of...
Treasury Department, February 2, 1792. Questions two entries in Delany’s “account with the United...
It has been represented to me by a Committee of the Merchants of Philadelphia, that the Delaware...
Treasury Department, June 21, 1792. Requests “enquiries concerning a fit Character to serve as...
Treasury Department, July 2, 1792. “I have this day decided upon the case of Hollingsworth,...
The practice of demanding Tonnage of a licensed vessel, when clearing out on a foreign voyage,...
Treasury Department, July 13, 1792. “I have desired eleven Hydrometers to be sent to Your Office,...
I have considered the case represented in your letter of the 13. instant respecting the duty on...
Treasury Department, July 28, 1792. “I have this day decided upon the case of Asa Gilbert. There...
In answer to your letter of this day, I incline to the opinion, that the laws respecting...
If a vessel bound to a foreign port, is by distress of weather, compelled to put into any port of...
Treasury Department, December 13, 1792. “I received with your letter of the 26th Ultimo an...
Treasury Department, December 14, 1792. “The Revenue Cutter of Georgia being to be provided with...
[ Philadelphia, December 27, 1792. On the back of a letter which Delany wrote to Hamilton on...
It is suggested to me that some of the officers of the Customs have been concerned in the...
Treasury Department, January 20, 1795. “I have not received from you agreeably to my request a...
It appears from the Petition of Thomas Elder, owner of the Schooner Eliza, that when you gave a...
I return herewith the papers transmitted with your letter of the 22d. of January. I do not...
The best reply that I can make to your letter on the subject of the Eliza’s Cargo is, to furnish...
You are unfortunate, if a wrong Statement has been made by the party confirmed by your own...
Mr. Duer my assistant goes to Philadelphia to transact some business with the bank there in which...