Letters and circulars, 1793-1850 : to the Collector of Customs, Gloucester, Mass.

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United States. Dept. of the Treasury. Letters and circulars, 1793-1850 : to the Collector of Customs, Gloucester, Mass.

Letters and circulars, 1793-1850 : to the Collector of Customs, Gloucester, Mass.

Collection includes: 1793 April 4, Oliver Wolcott to Epes Sargent concerning proof of citizenship for ship masters; 1793 May 16, Alexander Hamilton to Sargent, circular stating that all vessels will be furnished with letters of marque; 1793 May 23, Oliver Wolcott to Sargent, circular concerning the treaties of amity and commerce with France and the United Netherlands (enclosing a copy of the treaties); 1798 July 13, circular concerning the Alien and Sedition laws; 1808 Nov. 26, Albert Gallatin to John Kittredge, regarding the payment of debentures after the embargo is lifted; 1823 May 12, William H. Crawford to William Pierce, circular regarding discriminating duties; 1828 Nov. 17, Richard Rush, circular concerning public monies and the Bank of the United States; 1831 May 20, Samuel D. Ingham, circular concerning payments to sick and disabled seamen; 1833 Nov. 20, Roger B. Taney to William Beach, regarding the appointment of Stephen H. Lane as boatman; 1840 Nov. 21, Levi Woodbury, circular concerning the insufficiency of funds for discharging allowances to fishing vessels; 1850 April 25, William M. Meredith to F.G. Low, regarding duties on imports (lumber, "wood in other forms," potatoes) from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick; 1850 Sept. 9, Thomas Corwin to Low, regarding the tonnage of the schooner "Brent."

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