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Providence, October 20, 1791. “Enclosed is my weekly Return of Cash No. 63, the Balance of which...
Providence, October 15, 1791. “Enclosed is my Return of Exports from July to September inclusive,...
In directing the District Attorney to file a Libel against the Brigt. Betsey, John Arnold Master,...
There has lately been instituted in this Town a Bank which will Commence discounting on Tuesday...
Providence, October 4, 1791. “I have recd. your Letter of the 24th of September. A Libel had been...
I have received your Letter of the 7th Instant, relative to the Brigantine Trinidada; and...
On the Thirteenth instant Entered here, from Bordeaux, the Brigantine Betsey, John Arnold Master,...
Providence, September 6, 1791. “The missing Certificate of Registry for Schooner Nicholas,...
I shall pay particular attention to the directions in your circular Letter of the 5th. instant,...
Providence, August 13, 1791. Asks that Jeremiah Greenman be appointed “Second Mate of the Cutter...
Providence, August 11, 1791. “A Sailor belonging to the Ship Providence, Entered here on the 5th...
I am astonished that Mr. Arnold, to excuse the non-payment of his Bond, should have recourse to a...
Providence, July 23, 1791. “I have recd. your circular Letter of the 8th instant, relative to...
Providence, July 19, 1791. “I have received your Letter of the 6th. Instant, relative to Mr....
Providence, June 21, 1791. “Mr. Daniel Bucklin Junior has now retd. from Virginia: he having...
Mr. Welcome Arnold of this Town imported in the Ship Genl. Washington, which arrived and Entered...
In conformity to your circular Letters of the 14th. of April and 25th of May, I now enclose an...
I have recd. your Two Letters of the 30th. of May and First instant. The Surveyor will attend to...
I Have been honored with your Letter of 30th Ulto. & in reply to that part of it respecting the...
Providence, June 7, 1791. “I have received your Two circular Letters of the 25th and 26th of May....
Providence, May 26, 1791. “I have received Mr. Coxe’s circular Letter of the 12th instt.,...
Providence, May 24, 1791. “I have been favored with a Letter from Mr. Coxe of the 13th instant,...
Providence, May 17, 1791. “I was honored, by the last Post, with your circular Letter of the 14th...
Providence, May 16, 1791. “There being but one Public Boat in this District and that Constantly...
Providence, May 12, 1791. Encloses “weekly Return of Cash” and “Two Drafts of the Treasr.”...
Providence, May 10, 1791. Encloses returns “of the Vessels built within this District.”...
Providence, May 5, 1791. “It sometimes happens that Coasting Vessels, belonging to other...
Providence, April 25, 1791. “From a difficulty which arises to git an old Millitary officer of...
Providence, April 25, 1791. “Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance the Bearer… John S....
Providence, April 21, 1791. “I have been Honor’d with your favour of 11th Inst.… I am much...
Providence, March 31, 1791. “I have received Mr. Coxe’s circular Letter of the 10th. instant. The...
Providence, March 17, 1791. “I have received your Letter of the 5th. instant, relative to the...
Providence, March 3, 1791. “Enclosed are my Weekly Return of Cash No. 30, and Monthly Schedule of...
Providence, February 28, 1791. Asks Hamilton’s opinion on the “Construction of the Law, relative...
Providence, February 17, 1791. “In conformity to your Letter of the 31st. of January I now beg...
Providence, February 14, 1791. “The enclosed Letter to the Treasurer, covers the second Moieties...
The ships Vigilant and Hope, belonging and bound to this place from foreign Ports, were by...
Providence, January 17, 1791. “I have promised the subscribers to the enclosed representation,...
By a misconception of the Law respecting the 10 ⅌ cent discount on goods imported in American...
Providence, January 6, 1791. “I beg leave to call your friendly attention to the enclosed...
It frequently happens, in the Winter Season, that vessels, belonging and bound to this place, are...
Providence, December 24, 1790. “I have this day received your letter of the 13. instant. Contrary...
The Ship Warren, burthen about 281 Tons, belonging to Messrs. Brown & Francis of this Town, being...
Providence, November 12, 1790. “Enclosed is my return of Cash for the week past.… I also enclose...
Providence, November 8, 1790. “The master of the Sloop Samuel of this place late commanded by...
Providence, October 29, 1790. “Enclosed is my Weekly return of Cash.… I also enclose a draft,...
Enclosed is my return of Cash for the last week, the balance of which being 555.30½ is in Specie....
On the second instant I went to Newport and made oath to my declaration (of which the enclosed is...
Your letters of the 7. & 24. of Sept relative to the Brig Happy-Return and the Sloop Nancy have...
Providence, September 8, 1790. “A coasting vessel, of about 49. tons burthen, belonging to this...