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In Consequence of a Representation from Mr. Dumas, in his Letter to me of the 10th. of July, and also of a Representation from His Excellency Mr. Jefferson, these are to authorize you to pay Mr. Dumas his salary once in six months, according to the act of Congress of 14th. Octr. 1785. & charge it to the United States untill further orders from Congress, their Board of Treasury, or Gentlemen...
In answer to yours of the 15th. I have only to say I shall leave all to your Judgment MHi : Adams Papers.
I am obliged to you for your favours of the 20th. of Feb: 2 Feb: and 23 Jan. I will send the papers you write for by the first safe private Hand, and am much obliged to you for your friendly attention— I am &c MHi : Adams Family Papers, Letterbooks.
[ Philadelphia, August 28, 1792. On September 19, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard : “You will herewith receive duplicates of my letters to you under date the 28th. ultimo.” Letters not found. ]
[ 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.
The Treasurer of the United States has been directed to draw upon you, a Bill, at ten days sight, in favor of the Secretary of State, for ninety nine thousand Guilders, which you will dispose of, according to directions to be given you by, Mr. Jefferson. I am &c. Copy, RG 233, Reports of the Treasury Department, 1792–1793, Vol. III, National Archives. This letter was enclosed in H’s “Report on...
It is a long time, since I had the pleasure to write to you: but this omission has arisen from engagements in public Business, which left me no time for any Attention to my private Affairs. It is now time for me to think of my own little concerns, and this Letter is to inform you, that I have engaged my worthy Son John Quincy Adams, late Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States to the...
I have directed the Treasurer of the United States to draw Bills upon you, for five hundred thousand Guilders, at ten days sight, in favor of John Kean Esquire, Cashier of the Bank of the United States, which drafts, I request, may be duly honored, when presented. I am &c. Copy, RG 233, Reports of the Treasury Department, 1792–1793, Vol. III, National Archives. This letter was enclosed in H’s...
You will herewith receive a triplicate of my letter of the 5th instant, and an enclosure for Mr. Short, which you will please to forward. The Treasurer having been directed to draw upon you, for 1.250.000 florins, I have to request, that his drafts may be duly honored. I am &c. Copy, RG 233, Reports of the Treasury Department, 1792–1793, Vol. III, National Archives. This letter was enclosed in...
I have lately the pleasure of your letters of the 22d of April and first of may. The last was particularly acceptable, as it removed all anxiety about the June payment, in a mode quite satisfactory to me. The low prices at which our stocks have been for some time past, owing to the state of affairs in Europe (which has tended to lower them in two ways, by lessening the foreign demand, and by...