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Treasury Department, November 25, 1791. “I request you to make my acknowlegements to the Governor for the Copy of the Laws transmitted to me by his direction.…” ALS , Mr. Alexander Hamilton, New York City. In January, 1791, Dallas was appointed secretary of the state of Pennsylvania. Thomas Mifflin. An entry in the executive minutes of Pennsylvania for November 22, 1791, reads as follows:...
[ Philadelphia, August 16, 1792. The catalogue description of this letter reads: “Thanking him for copy of laws.” Letter not found. ] LS , sold at Anderson Galleries, May 4, 1927, Lot 95. See Dallas to H, August 9, 1792 .
I have read with attention the letter of the Secretary of the Treasury of the U. S. dated 21 December, 1791, and the two letters of the Comptroller-General dated 24th December, 1791, and 29th of February, 1792, relative to the construction of the 18th section of the Act of Congress making provision for the debt of the U. S. It appears to me that the word “ those ” in the enacting part of the...
It is regretted that the pressing business of this Department has not till this time permitted a reply to the questions stated in Mr. Gallatin’s letter of the 14th: of January respecting the new loan certificates of the State of Pennsylvania. It has been the uniform construction of the act making provision for the debt of the United States, that to render any certificates receivable on the...
[ War Department, September 23, 1794. The catalogue description of this letter reads as follows: “on the appointment of a Surgeon in the Pennsylvania Militia.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at Anderson Galleries, June 3, 1914, Lot 109. See Dallas to H, September 20, 1794 .
Carlisle [ Pennsylvania ] October 9, 1794 . “I request that you will advance to Col Blaine the sum which you mentioned to me. If it can without inconvenience be extended to four thousand the accommodation will be the greater.” ADf , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. See H to Ephraim Blaine, October 9, 1794 . On the back of this letter H wrote: “These letters explain the nature of an...
It is the pleasure of the President of the United States, that you should enter a nolle prosequi upon the indictment found against William Duane, in the Circuit Court for the District of Pennsylvania, for an offence, by a seditious libel against the Senate of the United States contrary to the Act entitled “An Act in addition to the Act intituled [ sic ] ’An Act for the punishment of certain...
5 May 1802, Department of State, Washington. “To satisfy some enquiries of the Secretary of the Treasury respecting a claim of Mr. Pichon under the Convention with France it becomes necessary that authenticated transcripts of the proceedings of the District Court of Pennsylvania in the case of the ‘Magicienne,’ formerly ‘Retaliation,’ should be procured, so far as they may go to prove this...
The Minister of his Catholic Majesty has complained to this Department of certain outrages committed on Spanish subjects and a spanish flag in the harbor of Philadelphia. The copy of his representation inclosed will explain the particulars of the transaction. As it is within the cognizance of the State authority, Governor McKean has been requested to cause the proper proceedings to be...
Mr. Olsen the Danish Minister Resident has complained of Captn. Maley in capturing a Danish vessel the Mercator, which was afterwards lost by capture, whilst under the American Flag, by a British Armed vessel, and condemnation in a British Court of Admiralty. He has represented also, in behalf of the Danish owner, that Captn. Maley is both absent from the United States and in a state of...