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I have the honor to inform you, that prior to the receipt of the order of the House of Representatives of the 30th. ultimo, the formation of several returns of the nature of those designated in their resolution, had been commenced at the Treasury. It had been deemed expedient to make them up, so as to include the space of one year, in order that they might exhibit the annual course of that...
In addition to the papers transmitted yesterday, I have the honor to inclose you two Abstracts of the Duties on Imports into the United States; one exhibiting the sum received from the commencement of the operation of the impost act, to the 30th. of September 1789; and the other shewing, as far as the returns have been transmitted, the sum received for one year following that day. None of the...
On reflection, I deem it adviseable for me to have Copies of the several papers which you communicated to me in our interview on Saturday evening, including the notes, and the fragment of Mr. Reynolds’ letter to Mr. Clingman. I therefore request that you will either cause copies of these papers to be furnished to me, taken by the person in whose hand writing the declarations which you shewed...
It is known that in the last Session certain questions were raised respecting my Conduct in Office, which, though decided in a manner the most satisfactory to me, were nevertheless, unavoidably from the lateness of the period when they were set on foot, so accelerated in their issue, as to have given occasion to a Suggestion that there was not time for due examination. Unwilling to leave the...
I have the honor to transmit to the House of Representatives the Copy of a Letter to me from the Commissioner of the Revenue, on the Subject of a Return required by an Order of the House of March last, respecting the Revenue arising from Spirits distilled within the United States and from Stills. This Letter explains certain obstacles which still postpone a compliance with that Order,...
I have the honor to transmit Reports on sundry petitions heretofore submitted to me by the House of Representatives, as specified in the list herewith enclosed, The enquiry lately instituted by the House into the State of the Treasury Department will necessarily occupy me so much, as cooperating with the requisite Attention to the general objects of the Department, must render it impossible...
I beg leave through you to make known to the House of Representatives—That I have signified to The President of the UStates my intention to resign my office of Secretary of the Treasury on the last day of January next. I make this communication in order that an opportunity may be given previous to that Event, to institute any further proceeding which may be contemplated, if an be, in...
I have the honor to send herewith, agreeably to the order of the House of Representatives, of the 15th of December 1794, Sundry petitions heretofore referred to me, and which are Specified in the inclosed list; and to be, with perfect respect, Sir,   Your most Obedient and humble servant, Copy, RG 233, Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury, 1784–1795, Vol. IV, National Archives; copy,...
Treasury Department, January 16, 1795. The letter which Hamilton wrote to John Adams on January 16, 1795 , was sent on the same date to Muhlenberg in his capacity as Speaker of the House of Representatives. LS , RG 233, Original Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury, 1795, National Archives; ADf , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. In Mitchell, Hamilton Broadus Mitchell, Alexander...
I beg leave, through you, to inform the House of Representatives, that pursuant to the duty enjoined by law upon the head of this department, I have prepared a report, containing Some suggestions for the improvement and better management of the Several branches of the actual revenues of the United States, which is ready to be communicated, as the House may please to direct. With perfect...