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I had too little time with you when in Philadelphia. Your particular engagments forbid my calling...
When I reported to you that I had contracted for the Cutter to be built in this State I mentioned...
Boston, May 27, 1790. “Your circular letter of the 17th. instant on the importance of your...
Notwithstanding our wishes to the contrary, we are too often impelled to call your attention from...
A few days since the Brig revolution Captain Coffin entered here from Amsterdam with an intention...
When I first received your orders for supplying the Cutter I attempted to bring the men to the...
[ Boston, August 3, 1792. On August 14, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Lincoln and acknowledged receipt...
At our last interview you expressed a wish that I would make such remarks on the impost laws as...
I have been honoured with the receipt of your circular letter of the 8th. instant. I will aim at...
The post last evening brought me your letter of the 26th. Ulto. The copy of a letter from the...
Boston, May 12, 1792. “I have received your Letter of the 2d. instant. The manner in which you...
The time will soon arrive when we may expect that large quantities of pickled & dryed fish will...
[ Boston ] July 26, 1792 . “A few days since the Brig Sally arrived here from Amsterdam with a...
Your instructions of the 18th ulto and the copy of a letter to Mr Appleton came by the last Post....
A short time since we had a vessel entered here with about one hundred quarter chests of tea. It...
Boston, August 5, 1790. “I have been honoured with the receipt of your favor of the 30th. Ulto....
Your favours of the 17th & 18th were received last evening by post. The one referred to in your...
Inclosed is our tonnage Abstract commencing with July and ending with September. By a late...
I have completed the business you assigned me and purchased up so much of the public debt as...
Boston, December 1, 1789. “I have been honoured with the receipt of your favor of the 20th Ulto.…...
Our Cutter proves to be a very dull sailer, after various experiments by altering the Standing of...
Boston, June 6, 1792. “I mentioned to you under the 15 Feby last that we had put our hands on...
Your circular letter came to hand by the last post. Very particular attention will be paid to the...
By the 7th. section in the act for registering vessels &c it is provided that when an owner...
Boston, September 8, 1790. “I find in the 36 page of the new collection act that no drawback of...
Boston, January 26, 1790. Discusses the problems involved in the re-exportation of imported...
Boston, November 15, 1792. “Your Circular letter to the Collectors of the Customs under the date...
I have the pleasure to forward the enclosed letter from our Treasurer which will give the best...
Sometime since, a Cargo of Sugars were imported into this Town, among them, were two or three...
On my return from Georgia I met on file in our office your questions concerning the navigations...