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Mr. Hamilton will with pleasure dine with Mr. Coxe tomorrow—and he will see him at his own house at any time before three to day or early tomorrow morning unless Mr. Cox will come & dine to day with Mr. H four oClock where he will find Doctor Priestly & a small party & the business can be talked of in the Evening. AL , Tench Coxe Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. H...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to communicate to the President some letters which have recently come to hand respecting the execution of the Excise Law in Kentuckey. LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Letters not found. “An Act repealing, after the last day of June next, the duties heretofore laid upon Distilled Spirits imported from abroad, and laying others in...
The Secretary of the Treasury, presenting his respects to the President, submits the enclosed papers concerning the execution of a Contract for building a Well on Cape Henlopen. He will in the course of the week wait on the President for his orders. LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. See Tench Coxe to H, December 18, 1792 .
[ New York, February 8, 1790. The dealer’s catalogue description of this letter reads: “Refers to the salary of Judge Law.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, October 11, 1929, Lot 119. Law had been appointed United States judge for the District of Connecticut on September 26, 1789.
I have received your letter of the 25th. of November last enclosing a certain deposition relative to your Petition which was referred to me by Congress. I trust I shall be able to report on it very shortly when the case will receive full attention. I am Sir   your obedient servant LS , The New-York Historical Society, New York City. For background to this letter, see Sheftall Sheftall to H,...
[ New York, February 4, 1797. On February 9, 1797, Morris wrote to Hamilton : “Your favour of the 4th only reached me Yesterday.” Letter not found. ]
Philadelphia, January 15, 1795. “I am directed by the President to inform you that the Office of Commissioner of loans is at your service, if you incline to accept it. Answer immediately, for a new appointment presses. In either event you will of course say nothing of the offer.” ALS , New York Society Library, New York City. For background to this letter, see H to George Washington, January...
Treasury Department, December 1, 1794. This letter is the same as that which Hamilton wrote to the president and directors of the Bank of Pennsylvania on December 1, 1794. Copy, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. John Nixon was president of the Bank of North America.
[ Philadelphia, December 28, 1793. On January 14, 1794, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “I am much obliged by … your letter of the 28th of the last month.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, August 24, 1791. On September 7, 1791, Wentworth wrote to Hamilton : “I was honored by your’s of 24th Ulto.” Letter not found. ] Wentworth was supervisor of the revenue for the District of New Hampshire.
The Secretary of the Treasury has the Honor to return the enclosed letter to Mr. Morris. Letter sent, in unidentified handwriting, New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord.
[ New York, December 17, 1789. On December 24, 1789, Willing wrote to Hamilton : “I reced by the last post yours of the 17th Inst.” Letter not found. ]
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor respectfully to enclose to the President of the United States copies of certain statements No. 1. 2. 3 & 4, which have been rendered to the House of representatives pursuant to a resolution of the House of the 27 of Decembr. last. LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. See “Report on Foreign Loans,” January 3, 1793 .
[ Philadelphia, May 30, 1791. On June 13, 1791, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “I have received your letters of the 26th. and the 30th. of May last.” Letter of May 30 not found. ]
Treasury Department, September 26, 1792. “I have directed another Thermometer to be sent.… The article being an expensive one, it is necessary that care be taken for its preservation.” LC , Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts ; RC , Bentley Historical Library (Crouse Autograph Collection), Ann Arbor, Michigan . See H to Gerry, August 18, 1792 .
Treasury Department, November 15, 1793. Requests “amount of the last quarters dividend paid by the office of Discount & Deposit, in order that a warrant may issue to cover the same.” LS , Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
I think it will be proper for you to address the inquiry concerning the public buildings alluded to in you letter of the 18 inst to the Secretary at war, as I presume they have been built for the use of that Department. This will put the matter in a regular train of consultation between the Secretary at war and myself. I am Sir   Yr Obedt Servt Df , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford....
[ Philadelphia, November 10, 1791. On November 21, 1791, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “On the 19th. instant I recd. your letter of the 10th.” Letter not found. ] This was presumably the same as H to Jeremiah Olney, November 10, 1791 .
Treasury Department, January 25, 1790. “I am favored with your letter of 9th. instant, transmitting the Accounts of the Lighthouse under your Superintendance. As the regulations for this establishment have not yet been determined on by the President I cannot at present do any thing with respect to your compensation on this Account.…” LS , The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
[ Philadelphia, April 10, 1793. On April 26, 1793, Carrington wrote to Hamilton : “I am favored with your[s] of the 10th. Instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, December 28, 1790. On January 17, 1791, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “On my return from the Eastward … I found that four letters had been received from you.… The letter of the 28th. of Dece. requires no answer.” Letter not found. ] Printed in this volume.
[ Philadelphia, March 1, 1794. On March 20, 1794, Lincoln wrote to Hamilton: “Your letters of the 10th: Ulto & first instant have been received.” Letter of March 1 not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, April 25, 1794. On May 1, 1794, Bradford wrote to Hamilton and referred to “your Letter of the 25th ultimo.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, June 28, 1792. On July 10, 1792, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “I have recd. your letters of the 7th 22nd. and 28th of the last month.” Letter of June 28 not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, August 23, 1792. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, Jr., April 21–23, 1891, Item 371.
Treasury Department, November 30, 1793. Encloses “a letter … received from General Stewart on the subject of his proposed appointment.” Thinks “it consistent with a reasonable construction of the general interest of the Law to allow the indulgence which his situation requires.” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Letter not found, but see Walter Stewart to H, November 27, 1793...
Treasury Department, November 21, 1789. “I have received the letter which you enclosed to me in yours of this date.… I shall pay due attention to the information it conveys.…” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
Mr Hamilton will with pleasure execute the commands of the President by the time appointed and have the honor of waiting upon him. AL , Lloyd W. Smith Collection, Morristown National Historical Park, Morristown, New Jersey. This letter is dated on the basis of an account for 1794 in George Washington’s handwriting which is attached to the letter.
[ Philadelphia ] May 2, 1793 . “The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to enclose for the information of the President a Letter of the 26 of February from our Bankers at Amsterdam.…” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard to H, February 26, 1793 .
Treasury Department, July 24, 1793. Acknowledges receipt of Olney’s letter “of the 26th ultimo” and states: “From the special circumstances growing out of a new law, I rather forbear to recommend the enforcement of Penalties in this case.” LS , Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence; copy, RG 56, Letters to the Collector at Providence, National Archives; LC , RG 56, Letters to Collectors...