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Volumes | Volume XIII: November 1792–February 1793 | Documents

From Tobias Lear, 1 November 1792From Thomas Smith, 1 November 1792To Joseph Whipple, 1 November 1792To Otho H. Williams, 1 November 1792To Thomas Jefferson, 2 November 1792From Gouverneur Morris, 2 November 1792, with enclosuresFrom William Short, 2 November 1792From William Channing, John S. Dexter, and Jeremiah Olney, 3 November 1792From Henry Knox, 3 November 1792To John F. Mercer, 3 November 1792To David Ross, 3 November 1792To Otho H. Williams, 3 November 1792From Francisco de Miranda, 4 November 1792To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 5 November 1792Contract with James and Shoemaker, [5 November 1792]To Thomas Jefferson, 5 November 1792To Thomas Pinckney, 5 November 1792To William Seton, 5 November 1792To William Short, 5 November 1792To Wilhem and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, 5 November 1792From William Ellery, 6 November 1792From Uriah Forrest, 7 November 1792From Tobias Lear, 7 November 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 7 November 1792From David Porter, [7 November 1792]From Tench Coxe, [8 November 1792]From Joseph Nourse, 8 November 1792Agreement with John Campbell and Receipt from John Campbell, [9 November 1792][“C”], [10 November 1792]From Tench Coxe, 10 November 1792From Tench Coxe, 10 November 1792From Richard Morris, 10 November 1792Report on the Receipts and Expenditures of Public Monies to the End of the Year 1791, [10 November 1792], with enclosuresFrom Otho H. Williams, 10 November 1792From James Reynolds, [13–15 November] 1792To Henry Knox, 14 November 1792Report on Estimates of the Expenditures for the Civil List of the United States for the Year 1793, [14 November 1792], with enclosuresConversation with George Hammond, [15 November–3 December 1792]From Benjamin Lincoln, 15 November 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 15 November 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 15 November 1792From Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 15 November 1792To Thomas Jefferson, [17 November 1792]To Thomas Jefferson, [17 November 1792]To Benjamin Lincoln, 17 November 1792Report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, [17 November 1792]Report on Several Petitions Seeking Indemnification for Various Sums of Paper Money Received During the Late War, [17 November 1792]To the Senators and Representatives of the State of Georgia, 17 November 1792From James McHenry, 18 November 1792To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 19 November 1792From Tench Coxe, 19 November 1792From John Fenno, [19 November–3 December 1792]From William Heth, 19 November 1792, with enclosuresTo Thomas Jefferson, [19 November 1792]Report on Several Petitions Seeking Compensation for Property Damaged or Destroyed During the Late War, [19 November 1792]To George Washington, 19 November 1792To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 20 November 1792From Robert Purviance, 20 November 1792Report on Several Petitions, [20 November 1792]From Tench Coxe, 21 November 1792From Thomas Jefferson, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Joseph Ball and Isaac Ledyard, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of George Blanchard, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Benjamin Brown, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Pitman Collins, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Hugh Cunningham, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Margaret Fisher, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Aquila Giles, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Udny Hay, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of John Jones, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Prudent La Jeunesse, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of John Lewis, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of William McGilton, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Reuben Murray, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Ebenezer Prout, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of David M. Randolph, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Elizabeth Rockwell, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Stephen Steele, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Sundry Merchants of Wilmington, North Carolina, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Thomas Wickes, [21 November 1792]Report on the Petition of Henry Howell Williams, [21 November 1792]From Ambrose Vasse, [21 November 1792]To Otho H. Williams, 21 November 1792Conversation with George Hammond, [22 November 1792]From Jeremiah Olney, 22 November 1792From William Heth, 23 November 1792From David Ross, 23 November 1792Catullus No. V, [24 November 1792]George Washington to Edmund Randolph, [24 November 1792]From Joseph Whipple, 24 November 1792From Oliver Wolcott, Junior, 24 November 1792To Israel Ludlow, 25 November 1792From Sharp Delany, 26 November 1792From William Heth, 26 November 1792From John Jay, 26 November 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 26 November 1792To William Short, 26 November 1792Treasury Department Circular to the Supervisors of the Revenue, 26 November 1792To Wilhem and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard, 26 November 1792From Meletiah Jordan, 27 November 1792From Tobias Lear, 27 November 1792To Jeremiah Olney, 27 November 1792From Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 27 November 1792To George Washington, [27 November 1792]To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 28 November 1792From Tench Coxe, 28 November 1792From John Nicholson, 28 November 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 28 November 1792Report on the Petition of Griffith Jones, [28 November 1792]From Philip Schuyler, 28 November 1792From George Washington, 28 November 1792To Thomas Willing, 28 November 1792From William Short, 29 November 1792From George Washington, 29 November 1792To George Washington, [29 November 1792]From Tench Coxe, 30 November 1792Report on the Petition of Abraham Scribner and Thomas Cable, [30 November 1792]Report on the Redemption of the Public Debt, [30 November 1792], with enclosuresFrom Joseph Whipple, 30 November 1792To Thomas Mifflin, 1 December 1792To George Washington, [1 December 1792]To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 3 December 1792From William Ellery, 3 December 1792To Thomas Mifflin, 3 December 1792From Samuel L. Mitchell, [3 December 1792]From Joseph Nourse, 3 December 1792Reports on the Accounts of the Commissioners of Loans, [3 December 1792], with enclosureTo George Washington, 3 December 1792From Charles Lee, 4 December 1792From Arthur St. Clair, 5 December 1792From Tobias Lear, 6 December 1792To John F. Mercer, 6 December 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 6 December 1792To Maria Reynolds, 6 December 1792From James Waters, 6 December 1792From Oliver Wolcott, Junior, 6 December 1792Report on Disbursements by the Department of War, 7 December 1792, with enclosureFrom Tench Coxe, 8 December 1792To Benjamin Lincoln, 10 December 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 10 December 1792To James Waters, 10 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 11 December 1792To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 12 December 1792To William Channing, Jeremiah Olney, and John S. Dexter, 12 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 12 December 1792From Ernst Frederick Guyer, [12 December 1792]From James Reynolds, 12 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 13 December 1792To Sharp Delany, 13 December 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 13 December 1792To Jonathan Burrall, 14 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 14 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 14 December 1792To Sharp Delany, 14 December 1792To Thomas Jefferson, 14 December 1792Meeting of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, [14 December 1792]To the President and Directors of the New York Office of Discount and Deposit of the Bank of the United States, 14 December 1792To Ambrose Vasse, 14 December 1792Conversation with George Hammond, [15–28 December 1792]From Tench Coxe, 15 December 1792To Tobias Lear, [15 December 1792]From John Jay, 16 December 1792From Samuel Hodgdon, 17 December 1792To Tobias Lear, 17 December 1792To James Monroe, Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, and Abraham B. Venable, [17] December 1792From William Short, 17 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 18 December 1792To Samuel Hodgdon, 18 December 1792To John Jay, 18 December 1792To Tobias Lear, [18 December 1792]From Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, 18 December 1792To James O'Hara, 18 December 1792To George Washington, [18 December 1792]Report on the Petition of Ludwig Kuhn, 19 December 1792To George Washington, [19 December 1792]To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, [20 December 1792]From George Gale, 20 December 1792From James Monroe, [20 December 1792]From William Seton, 20 December 1792To Joseph Whipple, 20 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 21 December 1792To George Washington, 21 December 1792To Jonathan Burrall, 22 December 1792Catullus No. VI, [22 December 1792]From Tobias Lear, 22 December 1792From Tobias Lear, 22 December 1792To Benjamin Lincoln, 22 December 1792To John Miller, Junior, 22 December 1792To George Washington, [22 December 1792]From Gouverneur Morris, 23 December 1792, with enclosuresTo the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 24 December 1792From George Bush, 24 December 1792To Henry Knox, 24 December [1792]From Gouverneur Morris, 24 December 1792To Thomas Jefferson, 26 December 1792To Sharp Delany, 27 December 1792From Antoine René Charles Mathurin de La Forest, 27 December 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 27 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 28 December 1792From Tobias Lear, 28 December 1792From Thomas Smith, 28 December 1792To George Hammond, 29 December 1792From John Jay, 29 December 1792To Susanna Livingston, 29 December 1792To George Washington, [29 December 1792]From Tench Coxe, 31 December 1792From Tench Coxe, 31 December 1792From Richard Harison, 31 December 1792From Joseph Nourse, 31 December 1792From Joseph Nourse, 31 December 1792From Jeremiah Olney, 31 December 1792To William Short, 31 December 1792To Wilhem and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard, 31 December 1792To John F. Mercer, December 1792From John F. Mercer, December 1792[The Politicks and Views of a Certain Party, Displayed], [1792]The Defence No I, [1792–1795]View of the Commercial Regulations of France and Great Britain in Reference to the United States, [1792–1794], with enclosureTo the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 1 January 1793From William Heth, 1 January 1793From Meletiah Jordan, 1 January 1793To John Kean, 1 January 1793From Charles Lee, 1 January 1793From George Washington, 1 January 1793To George Washington, [1 January 1793]To the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 2 January 1793To Tench Coxe, 2 January 1793From Tench Coxe, 2 January 1793From George Latimer, 2 January 1793From Tench Coxe, 3 January 1793From Tench Coxe, 3 January 1793To John Miller, Junior, 3 January 1793To the President and Directors of the New York Office of Discount and Deposit of the Bank of the United States, [3 January 1793]From Timothy Pickering, 3 January 1793Report on Foreign Loans, 3 January 1793, with enclosuresReport on the Several Persons Employed in the Treasury Department, 3 January 1793, with enclosuresTo George Bush, 4 January 1793From Tench Coxe, 4 January 1793From Tench Coxe, 4 January 1793To Thomas Jefferson, 4 January 179[3]To Tobias Lear, 4 January 1793From Joseph Nourse, 4 January 1793To George Washington, 4 January 1793To Richard Harison, 5 January 1793Report on the Petition of Timothy de Monbreun, 5 January 1793To George Washington, 5 January 1793To William Rawle, 6 January 1793From Edmund Randolph, 7 January 1793From Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 7 January 1793From Thomas Pinckney, 8 January 1793To Tench Coxe, 10 January 1793From James O'Hara, 10 January 1793Report on Foreign Loans. Supplementary Statement Showing the Sums Borrowed in the United States, 10 January 1793Remarks on a Request by Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 11 January 1793From Tench Coxe, 12 January 1793To Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 13 January 1793Draft of Instructions for William Hull, 14 January 1793From James Tillary, [14 January 1793]From Wilhem and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard, [14 January] 1793From Alexander J. Dallas, [15 January 1793], with enclosureTo Thomas Jefferson, [15 January 1793]To Thomas Jefferson, 15 January 1793To Thomas Jefferson, [15 January 1793]To George Washington, 15 January 179[3]From Tobias Lear, 16 January 1793Meeting of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, [16 January 1793]From Gouverneur Morris, 16 January 1793Report on Bank Deposits, Surplus Revenue, and Loans, 16 January 1793, with enclosuresTo William Edgar, 17 January 1793To Samuel Hodgdon, 17 January 1793Receipt to Benjamin Walker, [18 January 1793]From Tench Coxe, 19 January 1793To George Washington, 19 January 1793From Joseph Whipple, 19 January 1793To George Washington, 20 January 1793From Tobias Lear, 21 January 1793Treasury Department Circular to the Collectors of the Customs, 22 January 1793From Tobias Lear, 23 January 1793To John Adams, 24 January 1793To Henry Knox, 24 January 1793From Tobias Lear, 24 January 1793From John Miller, Junior, 24 January 1793To George Washington, 24 January 1793To George Washington, [25 January 1793]From Wilhem and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard, [25 January 1793]To Tench Coxe, [26 January 1793]Meeting of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, [26 January 1793]From Tench Coxe, 29 January 1793To Charles Lee, 31 January 1793From John F. Mercer, 31 January 1793Idea Concerning a Lottery, [January 1793]On James Blanchard, [January 1793]From Tench Coxe, 1 February 1793To Thomas Jefferson, 1 February 1793To William Short, 1 February 1793To Wilhem and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard, 1 February 1793From Tench Coxe, 4 February 1793From Thomas Jefferson, 4 February 1793Report on the Balance of All Unapplied Revenues at the End of the Year 1792 and on All Unapplied Monies Which May Have Been Obtained by the Several Loans Authorized by Law, [4 February 1793], with enclosures