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[ Boston, 1789. ] Discusses the difficulty of distinguishing between goods on which duties have...
I have just been honored by the receipt of your favor of the 8th. instant—I have not time, as I...
I was early convinced, upon your Excellencys retirement from public life, that too much of your...
I am fully in sentiment with you respecting the danger of an established aristocracy and had I...
I had the pleasure a few days since of receiving your kind favor of the 19th. ulto— When I first...
As I have not taken any steps respecting my return to public life to which you are a stranger and...
Boston, 16 July 1789. “When I had the honour of addressing your Excellency on the subject of...
I consider, my dear General, that not only the happiness of the people under the new government...
I was the last night honoured by the receipt of your Excellencys commission appointing me...
I received this morning your Excellencys very welcome favour of the 11th there on I beg leave to...
A few moments since I arrived here on my way to New York the packet sets off at 3 oClock perhaps...
At our last interview you expressed a wish that I would make such remarks on the impost laws as...
Boston, December 1, 1789. “I have been honoured with the receipt of your favor of the 20th Ulto.…...
Boston, December 9, 1789. “Some of the merchants are in opinion that some allowance, in weighing...
[ Boston, December 16, 1789. On January 19, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lincoln : “I am favored with...
On my return from Georgia I met on file in our office your questions concerning the navigations...
Docr Oliphant was during the war at the head of the medical department at the southward —He...
Boston, December 26, 1789. “… your Circular letter of the 18th. just came to hand and I am happy...
Boston, January 20, 1790. Discusses the type of boat that should be used to prevent smuggling....
Knowing that your Excellency must be greatly burdened by the weight of public affairs and that...
Boston, January 26, 1790. Discusses the problems involved in the re-exportation of imported...
[ Boston ] January 27, 1790 . “Your faver of the 20th respecting Christopher Sadler is before us....
Agreeably to your directions I now Inclose the return of the fees of the several officers of the...
[Boston] February 7 [1790.] Acknowledges receipt of Hamilton’s “several favors of the 27th. 28 &...
To reduce things involved in confusion, to a state of order, in all cases requires labour and...
Boston, March 19, 1790. “I have written to the several keepers of the light-houses in this State,...
Boston, March 24, 1790. States that “General Warren is going in the Morning to the City of New...
Mr Frobisher early exerted himself in this Commonwealth to discover the best mode of making pot...
Boston, April 6, 1790. “I have just now had with me Mr. Thomas, son of the late General Thomas,...
By the 27 Section of the Coasting act it is provided that all vessels therein described & under...
As it is within your province to appoint printers in whose papers the public acts of the United...
[ Boston, May 25, 1790. On June 8, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lincoln : “I have received your favor...
Your ideas of Frobisher are the same with ours here We shall I think hear little more from him.—...
Boston, May 27, 1790. “Your circular letter of the 17th. instant on the importance of your...
Boston, June 1, 1790. “A district court for the Masst district was held here this day. The case...
[ Boston, July 1, 1790. ] Recommends Barzillas Delano “as a suitable person” to be the keeper of...
Boston, July 1, 1790. States that the lighthouses on Thatcher Thacher and Plum Islands need to be...
Boston, July 3, 1790. “Your favour of the 24th Ulto. came by the last post. I have seen one of...
The time will soon arrive when we may expect that large quantities of pickled & dryed fish will...
I now take up my pen to give you an account of the seizure of the Schooner Bee of about 30 Tons...
In my last I suggested my apprehensions that we should suffer by having thrown in upon us the...
Herewith I forward the receipts which ought to have been sent on upon the receipt of the...
Boston, August 5, 1790. “I have been honoured with the receipt of your favor of the 30th. Ulto....
Boston, August 17, 1790. States that members of the lighter that unloaded fish illegally from the...
Sometime since, a Cargo of Sugars were imported into this Town, among them, were two or three...
I received by the last post a letter under the date of the 24 instant from Mr. Coxe Assistant...
Boston, September 3, 1790. “Herewith you will receive my account current & the necessary papers...
Boston, September 7, 1790. Estimates that repairs to the lighthouses at Plymouth will cost $170....
Boston, September 8, 1790. “I find in the 36 page of the new collection act that no drawback of...
Boston, September 17, 1790. “Your private letter of the 10th came by the post the last evening. I...