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[ 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).
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, May 31, 1790. “I am honord with your letter of the 13th May instant in which I am directed to retain in my hands One thousand eig⟨ht⟩ hundred thirty Seven Dollars for the payment of the Second Moiety of one years pension to the Invalids in this State. The amount of said Moiety pr. the list transmitted me by the Secretary at War is Two thousand thirty seven Dollars...
Baltimore, May 31, 1790. “I am favored with a letter of the 18 Ulte from Messrs Bertier & Company of Philadelphia owners of a part of the goods irregularly landed from on board the Ship Vanstophorst in which they inform me ‘that the kind and favorable letter they recd. last night from the honorable the Secretary of the Treasury gave them the greatest hopes that I would be pleased to deliver...
I had the honour of receiving your letter of the 19th. the currt. with the Acts of the United States, and the copies of circular letters which accompanied it. I have not had time as yet to peruse them. I mean to read them with attention, and to act conformably to them. I wish that the forms of the papers to be used in the Custom Houses had been drawn, and transmitted by you to the several...
Boston, June 1, 1790. “A district court for the Masst district was held here this day. The case of the Ship neptune the two trunks of Merchandize & of the Molasses and liam mentioned in my last have been called & are all gone by default.…” LC , RG 36, Collector of Customs at Boston, Letter Book, 1790–1797, National Archives; copy, RG 56, Letters from the Collector at Boston, National Archives....
Newport [ Rhode Island ] June 1, 1790 . “I have received your letter of the 17th. of the last month, and … now transmit to you … four bundles of Indents … and another package of blank Loan-Office Certife.… I have no bills of credit, known by name of the New Emissions. I find by the News papers that an appropriation is made by law for discharging the demands which exist against the United...
I do myself the Honour to inclose you herewith a bill of exchange payable to me as Governor of the State of North Carolina from Mr Daniel Carthy agent for Royal Flint Esquire in New york drawn upon that Gentleman for sixteen Hundred Spanish Milled Dollars being his first Bill dated 23d. of April 1790. The second and third of same Tenor & date in my possessetion and not yet forwarded but will...
[ June 3, 1790. On June 9, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Dayton : “I duly received your letter of the 3d. of June.” Letter not found. ]
Baltimore, June 4, 1790. “By a provision in the act for Registering and clearing vessels, regulating the Coasting trade &c. See 25th Section —Goods, wares, or merchandise of foreign growth, or manufacture, may be transported to and from the respective Ports of Philadelphia and Baltimore, into each other, through and across the State of Delaware, a manifest certified by the Officer of that one...
[ Providence, June 5, 1790. On June 14, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Wheeler : “I have received … your letter of the 5th Instant.” Letter not found. ] Wheeler, a native of Nova Scotia, was the publisher of the [Providence] American Journal and General Advertiser from 1779 to 1781 and The [Providence] United States Chronicle from 1784 to 1802. The second of these two papers supported ratification of...