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The following are the material facts in relation to the case of Rutgers agt. Waddington, as far as they are now recollected, and a confidence is entertained, that the statement is substantially accurate. The suit was brought in the Mayor’s court of the City of New York, for the occupation and injury of a brewhouse in that City, during the possession of it by the British army founded upon an...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to inform the Secretary of State that there are in the bank of North America Bills at ten days sight for the sum of 32.175 Guilders, which the Cashier is directed to hold for him. A warrant is enclosed for the sum of 13000 dolls. in his favor, the money for which is intended to procure those bills for the purpose of obtaining a recognition of the...
I have the honor to transmit you a copy of a communication from the Auditor, respecting the account of Messrs. Gardoqui, from which it appears that their balance of 10,057 Rials of vellon and 22 maravedies, equal to five hundred and two dollars, eighty five Cents, is admitted by him. The promised explanations of the other accounts have not yet been transmitted to this office, but may be in the...
Mr. Hamilton presents his Compliments to Mr. Jefferson informs him that he has abandonned the intention of sending Mr. Little on being satisfied that the business may as well be confided to the Capt of the Sloop. The Sloops name is the Hannah. The Capts. William Culver. The letter for our Consul at Havre is all that is now wanting to complete. AL , Thomas Jefferson Papers, Library of Congress....
The following is an extract from a letter of Mr Short to me, dated Hague November 2. 1792. “I should repeat perhaps what I formerly mentioned to you, that Mr. Jefferson on his departure from Paris left with me bills of exchange to the amount of I think 66,000 ₶ . This was destined to a particular object with which you are aquainted. He expected it would be immediately applied and therefore...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respectful Compliments to The Secretary of State and sends two Copies of the Report of the Trustees of the Sinking Fund agreed upon last night with the requisite documents for each. This is the last day for presenting them; so that even if either House should not sit it will be proper to forward the Report to the Presiding Officer. The S of the T....
I have it in contemplation to make arrangements for the payment of the debt, which appears on the Books of the Treasury, to be due to His Most Catholic Majesty, being for advances made on account of the United States during the late War with G Britain. I make this communication, in order that if any reasons against the payment exist in the knowlege of the Department of State they may be made...
[ Philadelphia ] July 26, 1793 . Transmits “Copies of two letters from the Commissioner of Loans for Virginia on the subject of Mr. Short’s stock.” Copy, William Short Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see John Hopkins to H, April 29 , July 16, 1793 ; H to Jefferson, July 10, 1793 .
[ Philadelphia, January 25, 1792. On January 26, 1792, Jefferson wrote to Hamilton and referred to information “mentioned in your letter of yesterday.” Letter not found ].
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respectful compliments to The Secretary of the State—requests he will meet the Comms. of the Sinking Fund at ten oClock tomorrow forenoon at the house of the Secy of the Treasury. The V President has been so obliging as to accommodate the place to the indifferent state of Mr. Hamilton’s health. AL , Thomas Jefferson Papers, Library of Congress.