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It is probable that before this reaches you you will have heard of my determination to resign my Office of Secretary of the Treasury as on this day. The event will accordingly take place. I could not permit myself to renounce my official situation without placing among my last Acts the expression of the high sense I continue to entertain of the fidelity and ability with which you have...
I acknowlege the receipt of your letters of the first & twenty sixth of September of the last year. Remittances from this country to Amsterdam at the present juncture and with the anticipations here of your possible situation are attended with unusual difficulty and embarrassment. After maturely considering all the modes which occurred to reflection for effecting the payments of principal &...
[ Philadelphia, December 29, 1794. On June 10, 1795, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury, and referred to letters “from your Predecessor of 29 December and 25 January.” Letter of December 29, 1794, not found. ] LS , Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford.
[ Philadelphia, September 27, 1794. On January 5, 1795, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We have to acknowledge the Receipt of your esteemed favors of 27 September and 27 October, the latter signed by Oliver Wolcott Esqr.” Letter of September 27 not found. ]
The sale of 895,000. lb. Salpetre by our East India Company took place on Wednesday: We had orders from You to buy 100. to 110,000 lb. without limitation of price: Notwithstanding which We could but presume, whenever Orders are not given to be executed at any price, be it ever so high, that you relied upon our not going to prices extravagant beyond Conception, but on the Contrary, that We...
You will find herewith copy of a Power from the President of The United States to me and an original power from me to you authorising you to make a loan on behalf of the United States for 1000000 of Dollars. But though the Power extends to a Million, to conform with the law on which it is founded, the loan which you are in fact to make is not to exceed 800,000 Dollars or 2000000 of Current...
[ Philadelphia, May 23, 1794. On July 15, 1794, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We have received your esteemed favor of 23 May.” Letter not found. ]
Your letter of the 27th. of December came duly to hand and gave me the agreeable intelligence of your having effected a loan for the United States. This information arrested the progress of the measures I was taking to place in your hands by Remittances from hence a sum equal to the ensuing Installment of the Dutch debt as well as for the payment of Interest up to the first of June...
[ Philadelphia, March 12, 1794. On July 1, 1794, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We have received your two esteemed favors of 12 March, and 8 May.” Letter of March 12 not found. ]
The duplicate of your letter of Dec. 27. has come to my hands with its inclosures. The first has not yet been recieved. I mention this as a guide. In future I will thank you to send under the cover of Mr Humphreys who has returned to Lisbon, such letters as you address me by that route. Your letter informed me of the loan you had opened for the U.S. & by the copy of that you wrote to the Sec....