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In obedience to an order of the House of Representatives of the 21st. Instant (Copy of which I have the honor to enclose) it becomes my duty to request your Excellency to procure and transmit to this Office the Documents and Information therein required. As the next Session of the Legislature will be on the first monday of January ensuing, it is greatly to be wished that the whole of the above...
Not having received any acknowledgement of my Letter of the 26th Septr, transmitting the Copies of two resolutions of the house of Representatives of the 21st of the Same month; and conceiving the information which relates to the debts of the Several States, and the public securities of the union in their Treasuries, to be an object of a very important nature, I have the honor to inclose...
It is necessary to the adjustment of the public accounts, that the officers of the Treasury should be informed what sums in final settlement certificates were paid over to the several states by the agents for settling the accounts of their respective lines in the late army. The statements of those agents are the only documents on the subject of which the United States are possessed, and it...
The legislature of the United States have directed in the 18th. Section of the Act making provision for the public debt that the payment of interest should be suspended in respect to the debt of any State which may have issued its own certificates for those of the ⟨U⟩nited States “until it shall appear to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury that certificates issued for that...
The Commissioners for settling the accounts between the united States and the Individual States having made their final report to the President, dated the 29th of June 1793 I am to announce to Your Excellency, that a Balance of [Seventy five thousand and fifty five Dollars] has been reported by the said Commissioners in favour of the State of [New Hampshire.] I have the honor to be with...
The Secretary at War being absent from the Seat of Government, I am directed by the President to write to you on the Subject of those French privateers, fitted out in our ports which you have been heretofore informed were to be denied asylum within the United States, except upon the condition of being dismantled of their military equipments. The subsequent conduct of some of these Vessels is a...