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The very flattering marks of your attention to me demand my most grateful acknowledgement, which with the utmost sincerity I now offer you; I am afraid you have viewed my Abilities with too friendly an Eye, but depend upon it whatever they are, they will be exerted to the utmost, and that the strictest integrity and attention to the duties of my office shall in some measure justify your...
Treasury of the United States Sir [New York] January 3d 1790 My Accots having lain a considerable time in the Offices for settlement, & being now passed, permit me to lay a Copy of them before you. I have the honor to be with the most perfect respect sir Your most humble Servt LB , DLC:GW . It is possible that Tobias Lear misdated this letter in making the letter-book copy. Documents were...
I have the honor of transm[it]ting to you my Accots as Treasurer of the U: States settled to the first of January 1790. It is not in the same form as the one I at first rendered, which was an exact transcript of my Books, but such as the Officers were desirous of having, it being of little moment to me (only in the delay) in what way it was rendered, the balances being the same, to form which...
Mr Merediths respectful Compliments wait on the President of the United States, he should be happy (if it meets with his approbation) to leave this Town tomorrow for Philadelphia, where, some private buisiness requires his immediate attendance for a few days, having made arrangements with Mr Hamilton for every thing necessary to be done in his absence—He shall think himself honoured by the...
My own affairs requiring my immediate attendance at Philada, which I communicated to the Secretary of the Treasury, and he is of opinion that I can be spared at this time with greater convenience than at any other, taking care to arrange my matters in such a way that the occasional business of the Office may meet with no delay, which I shall provide against, If under these circumstances you...
[ New York, August 21, 1790. On August 28, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Meredith : “I received your letter of the 21st Instant.” Letter not found. ] Meredith was treasurer of the United States from September 11, 1789, to December 1, 1807.
My accounts having lain a considerable time in the offices for settlement, and being now passed, permit me through you to lay them before the honorable the Senate, and to assure you that / I am, &c. Printed Source--Senate Journal.
My Accots from the 1st October 1790 to the 30th June 1791 having passed the Offices, & been reported in, permit me thro you to lay them before the Hnble. the Senate, and at the same time to inform them, that my Specie & Indent Accots. from the 1st July to the 30th Septemr are at the Treasury for settlement, and when passed in, will be immediately handed you I have the honor to be with perfect...
Permit me thro you to lay before the Honbl. the Senate my Indent accot. From the 1st July to the 30th Septemr 1791 as setled at the Treasury— I have the honor to be with perfect respect / Sr / Your most humble Servt DNA : RG 46—Records of the U.S. Senate.
Permit me thro you to lay before the Honble The Senate my Specie Accot. from the 1st July to the 30th Septemr as settled at the Treasury— I have the honor to be with perfect / Respect / Sr. / Your Most humble Servt DNA : RG 46—Records of the U.S. Senate.