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The Secy. of the Treasury presents his respects to the President of the U.S. & encloses herewith a draft of a passport, requested by mr Hammond for a vessel intended by him to be dispatched to Halifax, and which the Secretary understood from the Secy. of State was to be granted by the President. LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. See Edmund Randolph to H, April 16, 1794 .
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President. The enclosed permit has been prepared on the intimation of the Secretary of State, for the Spanish Commissioners. The Secretary is not informed whether the doubt on the subject of mr Hammond’s application was removed. The return of the enclosed will be considered as the evidence that it was. LC , George Washington Papers,...
[ Philadelphia ] April 19, 1794 . “The Secretary of the Treasury … encloses herewith the draft of a passport for the Sloop Dove, for the President’s signature.…” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. On April 19, 1794, Washington “signed a passport for the Sloop Dove, Capt. Friend Dale, to proceed from Newbury port in ballast, to any of the West India Islands” ( JPP “Journal of...
I have received a letter of this date from Mr. Dandridge transmitting me two letters to you, one from Governor Mifflin, the other from John Wanton, and desiring that if any measures should be necessary to be taken relative to them, they should be reported to you. With regard to the communication from Govr. Mifflin, the subject of it will be put in a train of examination and the result will be...
I lately communicated to you a letter from our Commissioners at Amsterdam announcing the undertaking of a Loan on account of the U. States for three millions of Florins. I submit the following application of that loan as the one which appears to me most conducive to the good of the public service. One million of Florins to be appropriated to the payment of an instalment of an equal sum of the...
Mr. Hamilton presents his respects to The President. In compliance with the desire expressed by him, Mr. H has made a memorandum of certain points for consideration in preparing instructions for Mr. Jay, which are herewith sent. LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. For information on John Jay’s appointment as special envoy to Great Britain, see the introductory note to H to...
[ Philadelphia, April 23, 1794 ] “The Secretary of the Treasury … has the honor to transmit sundry drafts of passports in cases which have been handed to him for that purpose by the Secretary of State.…” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. See Edmund Randolph to H, April 19, 1794 .
When I wrote my letter of the 21st instant I had intirely forgotten the existence of your two instructions of the 8 of Augt., owing probably to the effect upon my memory of my sickness which soon after ensued. I only recollected that the loan had been authorised by me pursuant to your special direction, and I conceived that the subject of it’s disposition was wholly open. I regret this...
I beg leave by way of explanation to submit the grounds of my opinion, that the President may vary his instructions of the 8th of August last in reference to the application of the last loan obtained in Holland. A summary of the preceding transactions will serve to throw light upon the subject. The President by his Commission of the 28 of August 1790, gave full power to the Secretary of the...
[ Philadelphia ] April 25, 1794 . “The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to The President & sends a letter to him from Captn. Cochran.…” LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. This letter has not been found. It may have been from Robert Cochran, captain of the South Carolina revenue cutter.