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I am honoured with your favor of yesterday on the subject of the laws of the U.S. furnished to you from my office. I would with pleasure add a third copy, but that, your Excellency will percieve, on turning to the act of Congress which establishes my department, that that has fixed the number of copies of the laws to be furnished by me to the Executives of the states, and of course that the...
I am honored with your’s of yesterday’s date relative to the French sailors in the jail of Philadelphia. The object of the original enquiry I took the liberty of making on that subject, was to know whether they were in the custody of the Executive or the Judiciary authority of the country: and being informed that it is in that of the Judiciary, the Federal Executive does not think itself...
I have the honor to acknolege the receipt of your favor of yesterday covering the letter of Mr. Serjeant in the case of ejectment Barclay v. Proctor, and have inclosed the letter to Mr. Pinckney with a recommendation to lend his aid to the sollicitations of the parties interested, whenever it shall be necessary for obtaining what is right. I have the honor to be with sentiments of the most...
The Vice President of the United States, presents his compliments to Governour Miflin, & informs him, that the President of the United States has signified his pleasure to meet Congress in the Senate Chamber, to morrow at 12. O’Clock, and that a Seat is ordered for Governour Miflin if it should be agreeable to him to be present— PHi : Society Collection.
Treasury Department, December 21, 1791. Writes to Mifflin concerning Pennsylvania creditors. Copy, Division of Public Records, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg; copy, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Mifflin was governor of Pennsylvania. With the exception of the last paragraph and the insertion of the name of the state, this letter is exactly the same as H’s...
[ Philadelphia, December 1, 1792. “Mr. Hamilton presents his respectful Compliments to Governor Mifflin and requests he will be so obliging as to send by the bearer the papers he was kind enough to offer a perusal of to Mr. Hamilton.” Letter not found. ] AL , sold by American Art Association, March 3, 1925, Lot 272. Mifflin was governor of Pennsylvania. The papers, which have not been found,...
[ Philadelphia, June 3, 1791. “The want of the return of survey of the tract on Lake Erie purchased by Pennsy, from the United States, has hitherto prevented my adopting the measures you have desired for the completion of that business.” Letter not found. ] LS , sold at Parke-Bernet Galleries, March 26, 1957, Lot 87. See Mifflin to H, May 5, 1791 . Text taken from dealer’s catalogue.
Treasury Department, February 3, 1790. “I am honored with the Receipt of your letter of the 26th of last month, inclosing a Statement of the Public Debt of Pennsylvania.…”
Your congratulations, & the expression of your attachment & approbation of my public services, are received with gratitude & reciprocated with sincerity. Endeared to me by every consideration of public & private worth, I shall carry into that retirement, which you are pleased to mention in terms so flattering, an invariable affection & esteem towards the faithful comrades of my military...
War Department, September 20, 1794. Sends same letter he sent to Thomas Sim Lee on September 18, 1794 . Pennsylvania Archives , 2nd ser., IV Pennsylvania Archives , 2nd ser., IV (n.p., 1876). , 334.