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Providence, December 31, 1792. Replies to Hamilton’s “circular Letter of the 12th of Octr. last.”...
I have received your circular Letter of the 22nd. of January, covering the “Act concerning the...
Your Letter of the 5th Instant, was transmitted to me yesterday by the President of the...
I do myself the Honor to Transmit, for your information, the enclosed Impeachment against me...
I have the Honor to acquaint you that the Suit of Welcome Arnold Esqr. against me in the case of...
I have the Honour to acquaint you that the Suit commenced against me by Mr. Edward Dexter in the...
I have been honored with your Letter of 2nd. Instant on the Subject of Exportation permits; from...
Providence, April 22, 1793. “As it may, in some measure, affect arrangements made at the...
By the last Post I acknowledged the receipt of your confidential, and very Friendly Letter of the...
Agreeably to the information contained in my Letter of the 15th Instant, I have attended the...
I have recd. your circular Letter of the 14th instant, covering Four blank Sea Letters; together...
The Sloop Abigail of this Port, burthen 46 ⁶³⁄₉₅ Tons, Michael Anthony Master, arrived here on...
I am obliged by your reply to my Questions relative to the SeaLetters; but if the blank in the...
Providence, July 10, 1793. “I have recd. your Letter of the 25th of June. My Accounts for the...
I have been this Day informed, thro a very direct channel that the Importers, in this Town, of...
Providence, August 7, 1793. Acknowledges receipt of Hamilton’s “Letters of the 22nd. 24th. and...
Providence, August 26, 1793. “I have recd. your circular Letter of the 4th. Instant, relative to...
I have experienced Great anxiety on account of your late alarming indisposition but am now...
The Office of District Attorney for Rhode Island being vacant by the Death of William Channing...
Providence, October 21, 1793. “Agreeable to my expectation, communicated to you on the 23rd....
Providence, November 21, 1793. “I have received your Letter of the 7th instant. As soon as I have...
Providence, December 23, 1793. “I have received your Letter of the 9th instant. There is only One...
I have had an Interview with Ray Greene Esqr. District Attorney, on the Subject of Defending the...
Providence, February 27, 1794. “I have recd. your circular Letter of the 10th Instant. There have...
Your Letter of 26th. Instant inclosing a Resolution of Congress laying an embargo on all vessels...
Providence, April 3, 1794. “Since I had the honor to address you on the 31st Ulto… I have been...
In my Letter of the 31st Ulto. I acquainted you that I had hopes of a favourable Decision of the...
When I wrote you on the 14th Int. on the Subject of the Suits of Messrs. Arnold & Dexter, my...
The Bond, of which the enclosed is an Account, being the only one of the kind I have taken since...
Providence, April 24, 1794. “The Act continuing the Embargo, and that passed the Second Instant,...