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I have the honor of your letter of the 28th instant, inclosing one to you from the Comptroller General of your State. I can only regret, that my delay has accrued, and take it for granted, that the business will receive all the dispatch which may be practicable. I shall be sorry if any inconvenience results to the public Creditors of your state from the cessation of the payment of Indents...
Having been out this Forenoon upon public Business it was not untill my Return after three O Clock, that I received the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on this day. The Respect to the United States intended by the Legislature of Pensivania, in building a House for the President will no doubt be acknowledged by the Union, as it ought to be For your kind offer of it to me in Consequence...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the Governor of Pennsylvania, and has the honor to inform him that the vacancy in the office of Auditor, is no impediment to the adjustment of the affair of the lands with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The only source of delay is a difference of opinion, concerning the Certificates in which payment is to be made; the Comptroller of the...
[ War Department, September 17, 1794. “Gov. Howell of New Jersey moves today with the van of the Militia of that State. If the Cavalry and artillery of this City could be hastened onward it would be particularly desirable.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at C. F. Libbie and Company, November 15, 1889, Item 345. Richard Howell. Extract taken from dealer’s catalogue. For a summary of the...