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The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to transmit herewith to the President of the United States three provisional Contracts made by the Collector of Washington in North Carolina, for the stakage of the shoals, sounds &c. within that State, north of the District of Wilmington, accompanied with a letter from the Commissioner of the Revenue relative to the subject. The Secretary, from...
As the Law appropriating Ten thousand Dollars for the purpose of defraying the contingent charges of Government (tho’ in that respect not very precise in it’s terms) seems to contemplate the rendering an account from time to time of the disbursement of that sum; I have the honor to enclose three copies of a statement to the end of the year 1792, in order that if it be judged expedient, one may...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to communicate, for the perusal of the President, a copy of his second Letter to the H: of Representatives; which he will be obliged, if not inconvenient, to the President, to have returned on Monday morning, to be then sent to the Senate. LB , DLC:GW . Hamilton is referring to his “Report Relative to the Loans Negotiated under the Acts of the Fourth...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President, and has the honor to enclose the statement respecting the French Debt. He hopes to be able to wait upon the President on Monday, when he will give a further explanation. LB , DLC:GW . Hamilton submitted this statement in response to a request from the French minister to the United States, Jean-Baptiste Ternant, for an...
I have the honor to enclose to you a small account against the United States, for a Seal for the use of the District Court of the State of Vermont. As this article forms a charge against the Fund appropriated for the contingent charges of Government, I will thank you to obtain the President’s permission for paying it out of the said fund. I am, etc: LB , DLC:GW . The enclosure has not been...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to The President, and has the honor to transmit a communication this morning received from Colo. Smith: another from Mister Ternant; concerning both of which he will wait upon the President tomorrow. LB , DLC:GW . The enclosed letter from William Stephens Smith to Hamilton of 28 Feb. 1793 has not been identified. According to GW’s executive...
By an Act entitled “an Act providing for the payment of the first installment, due on a Loan made of the Bank of the U. States” —the President of the United States is authorised & empowered to apply two hundred thousand Dollars of the money which may have been borrowed, in pursuance of the 4th section of the Act entitled, “an Act making provision for the reduction of the public debt,” in...
The Secretary of the Treasury respectfully makes the following Report to the President of the United States. The Act, entitled “an Act making appropriations for the support of Government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety three,” empowers the President to borrow, for the purposes therein specified, any sum or sums, not exceeding in the whole Eight hundred thousand Dollars, at a...
I have the honor to submit a letter from Wm Bingham Esqr. of the 26th of febry last, together with the papers which it enclosed. It would seem that the United States in Congress assembled have already put the affair in a situation to make the consequences of the Suit a public concern; in which case it would appear adviseable that measures should be taken for a regular defence on behalf of the...
The Secretary of the Treasury respectfully submits to The President of the U. States a Communication from the Commissioner of the Revenue, of the 18th instant; concerning certain proposals for the maintenance and repairs of Buoys moored at & near the entrance of Charlestown Bay in South Carolina. The most favourable of the two offers, that of William Beedom, appears to the Secretary high; yet...