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Report on the Petition of Catharine Greene, 26 December 1791, with enclosures

From: Hamilton Papers | Volumes | Volume X | Report on the Petition of Catharine Greene, 26 December 1791, with enclosures

The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom was referred a petition of Catharine Greene, of the 4th of...
Misfortunes are more or less painful, as they have been brought upon us by folly, extravagance,...
“The sufferings of your troops have impressed me with the deepest concern, and the very painful...
“I am taking measures to obtain clothing for the troops. We have on hand but a small part of our...
“You will see by some of my former letters, that, in consequence of your orders, I had taken...
“Lieutenant Colonel Carrington has closed a contract with Mr. Banks for the subsistence of the...
An idle surmise of Mr. Banks, and an improper curiosity of General Scott in the State of...
It having been suggested from an interpretation of my letter of October 1782, to Mr. James...
Robert Morris, Esquire, Financier for the United States, has in his advertisements for receiving...
The comfortable condition, in which you have put the army, from the large supply of blankets and...