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[ Baltimore, April 18, 1792. On June 5, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have before me your letters of the 18th of March, 18th of April, 8th & 27th of May.” Letter of April 18 not found. ]
Baltimore, October 29, 1789. Asks for a ruling on the cases of the British ship Polly and the American ship Sarah . ADfS , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
[ Baltimore, June 4, 1792. On June 8, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “In answer to your letter of the 4th instant, concerning the Cutter, Active.” Letter not found. ]
[ Baltimore, November 30, 1793. On January 22, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have before me your letter of the 30th of November last.” Letter not found. ]
Baltimore, March 3, 1790. States that in the Treasury circular of February 17, 1790, there is a discrepancy in the calculation of the discount for prompt payment of customs duties. AL , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives. The letter is incomplete.
Baltimore, January 25, 1790. Discusses the official value of the rix-dollars of Denmark, Sweden, and various German states. ALS , Personal Miscellany, Otho H. Williams, Library of Congress.
Elizabeth Town [ Maryland ] August 4, 1792 . “The in-closed papers will inform you that a considerable difference is discovered between the instruments used at Philada. and those used at Baltimore, for the ascertaining the quality, or proof, of distilled Spirits.…” ALS , Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore; ADf , Columbia University Libraries.
Baltimore, December 3, 1789. Sends abstracts of all Maryland laws “related to Imposts , and Tonnage .” Promises to send all “Acts which relate to other branches of the revenue.” ALS , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives. This letter is in reply to “Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs,” November 25, 1789 .
[ Baltimore, March 18, 1792 . On June 5, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have before me your letters of the 18th of March, 18th of April, 8th & 27th of May.” Letter of March 18 not found .]
[ Baltimore, May 1, 1790. ] Itemizes expenses and then adds: “I have only to hope that compensation will be made to me for my services and expences; or that I shall stand excused for retiring from a service the reward of which must depend upon indirect measures.” ADfS , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
Baltimore, July 2, 1793. “The number of Sea-letters received at this Office have been insufficient to supply the demand, and an additional supply is at present requisite.…” Copy, RG 45, Unbound Records, Area 7 Files, National Archives. See “Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs,” May 13–16, 1793 .
Baltimore, February 8, 1791. Explains apparent discrepancy in “last Weekly return of monies received and paid … from the 29th January to the 4. February 1791.” States that the “credit for Forfeitures” in “the preceeding return, to wit from the 22nd. to the 28 January … arises upon the Sales of two parcels of condemned Merchandize which ought to have been credited last year.” ADfS , RG 53, “Old...
Baltimore, February 20, 1790. Wishes “to know in what manner, and at what rate” the gauger is to be paid “for ascertaining the quantity of liquors, in bottles.” AL , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
[ Baltimore, May 8, 1792 . On June 5, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have before me your letters of the 18th of March, 18th of April, 8th & 27th of May.” Letter of May 8 not found. ]
[ Baltimore, May 24, 1793. On June 12, 1793, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “Your letter of the 24th Ultimo was received some time ago.” Letter not found. ]
[ Baltimore, January 3, 1792 ] Sends “a small account of expences incidental to the receipt and delivery of twelve Bolts of Canvass, which by your order were sent from Boston to this place, and from hence to Norfolk.” Suggests that official papers be sent by water rather than by the post. ADf , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
Baltimore, October 28, 1789. Acknowledges receipt of Hamilton’s “letter of the 15th. Instant, inclosing queries respecting the modes of Navigating.” ALS , Office of the Secretary, United States Treasury Department. “Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs,” October 15, 1789 .
Baltimore, November 19, 1789. Encloses for Samuel Meredith one thousand dollars in “the previous parts of the Notes mentioned in the within list.” ALS , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
[ Baltimore, May 27, 1792. On June 5, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have before me your letters of the 18th of March, 18th of April, 8th & 27th of May.” Letter of May 27 not found. ]
Baltimore, January 26, 1791. Acknowledges receipt of Hamilton’s circular letter of December 18, 1790 . Returns a “broken thermometer with the expectation of being furnished with one that may be more safely conveyed.” ADfS , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
[ Baltimore, May 30, 1790. The description of this letter reads: “stating facts relative to … vessels exempted from duties.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Harvard Trust Company, 1962. This letter was written in reply to H to Williams, April 29, 1790 (printed in this volume).
[Baltimore, March 22, 1792. On March 29, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have received your letter of the 22d instant.” Letter not found .]
[ Baltimore, April 24, 1790 . On May 4, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Williams : “I have received yours of the 24th of April requesting my opinion with respect to the duty on the article of hemp.” Letter not found. ]
Baltimore, August 15, 1792. States “There not being a vessel at this port bound for Amsterdam, I have this day forwarded your letter … ⅌ the Brigantine Batavia for Bremen” for forwarding “by the first safe convenance.” Copy, Columbia University Libraries. See H to Williams, August 4, 1792 .
Baltimore, December 12, 1791. “I have no reason to doubt the probability of receiving a sufficient sum before the first of January next to pay 10,000 Dollars as you desire to Messrs. Elliot & Williams.” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. See H to Williams, December 7, 1791 .
Baltimore, May 16, 1793. “This is to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 14th Instant.… The instructions contained in your letter relative to this important business shall be attentively observed.” Copy, RG 45, Unbound Records, Area 7 Files, National Archives. “Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs,” May 13–16, 1793 .
[ Baltimore, December 12, 1791. According to its catalogue description, this letter relates to the “Registry of the Brig Dove, Josiah Parsons, master.” Letter not found. ] Sold by Harvard Trust Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1962. See H to Williams, December 6, 1791 .
Baltimore, February 13, 1790. Discusses problems arising under Sections 7, 12, and 22 of “An Act for Registering and Clearing Vessels, Regulating the Coasting Trade, and for other purposes.” ADf , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives. 1 Stat. The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). 55–65 (September 1, 1789).
Baltimore, December 3, 1789. “… not knowing whether it may not be expedient for you to draw for the Specie reported in my last weekly return, I have omitted, to remit the Bank Notes . If no Warrant from you should be presented in two days; I will remit the bank Notes by the next post.…” ALS , RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.
[ Baltimore, February 15, 1790. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads: “Interesting letter about the legality of a matter relating to the Collection of duties at the port of Baltimore.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Paul C. Richards, Autographs, Catalogue No. 4, Item No. 348.