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Joseph Nourse, legal representatives of.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

Joseph Nourse, legal representatives of.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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    Other titlesJudiciary, Joseph Nourse, legal representatives of
    SeriesH.rp.50
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination9 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15617840M

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    It is of some importance, in this case, also to observe, that, in many instances, the model is the test of the nature and extent of the invention, and forms the rule by which subsequent improvements are ascertained, and secured to the inventors; for, although the specification, or a certified copy of it, is the legal evidence of the invention. JOSEPH NOURSE, Reg, alexander J. Dallas, Secretory of (A.) ScheduŽe of the loss sustained by the destruction of the treasury department, in thatbraneh of the register's o e, whel'e the books and accounts in relation to t @ impost and tonnage duties, the internal revenue direct gre kept, Cia: The ledgers, journals and auxiliaiy books con-.


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America's First Civil Servant As first Register of the Treasury, Joseph Nourse was a highly respected and distinguished civil servant. With a career that spanned forty years and six presidential administrations, Nourse played a key role in administering the finances of Burial: Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, District of.

With a career that spanned 40 years and six presidential administrations, Nourse played a key role in administering the finances of the new Republic. Born on Jin London, England, Joseph Nourse was the eldest son of James Nourse () and Sarah Fouace ().

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3 Schedule of Requisition July 1,   Joseph Nourse: The first group of enslaved persons whom we can be confident resided on the future grounds of the Cathedral were owned by Joseph Nourse ( ), who served as Registrar of the U.S.

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American State Papers: Documents, Legislative and Executive of the Congress of the United StatesPart 3, Volume 3. Papers,concern the estate of Willoughby Allerton of Westmoreland County, Va., preparred in part by Richard Lee; copy,signed by Daniel Brodhead, of a survey, 23 Juneof acres land in Northampton County, Pa.; and copies,of record book entries,for the payment of Silas Deane, made by Joseph Nourse while serving as U.S.

Assistant Auditor General. Rear view of Dumbarton House. Joseph Nourse, first Register of the U.S. Treasury, resided at Dumbarton House with his family, servants, and slaves from Drawing on our rich collection of Nourse objects and family archives, as well as public and private collections, we offer a fascinating insight into their daily lives.

Joseph Nourse, in pursuance of the permission given by this section, did file his bill of complaint, alleging among other things, that he owed nothing to the United States, and praying the judge to enjoin all farther proceedings on the warrant.

Ken Bowling is a historian with a sub-specialty in ancient political scandal. He thinks of Joseph Nourse () as the predecessor of J. Edgar Hoover. Whereas Joseph Nourse, late register of the treasury, in relation to his several accounts as United States agent, stands indebted to the United States in a cash balance of eleven thousand seven and sixty-nine dollars and thirteen cents; agreeably to the settlement of his account, made by the proper accounting officers of the treasury, a copy of which is herewith inclosed; and whereas the.

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Thomas J.C. Williamsof Alexandria, Virginiaon J Get this from a library. Indemnity for damages by Creek Indians.: Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 3d instant, relative to the execution of an act for the relief of Samuel Menac [i.e.

Manac], passed 27th of April, also, of an act for the relief of certain Creek Indians, passed 3d. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Letter from the secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a list of the clerks employed in the Treasury Department, during the yearand the compensation allowed to each.London-born Joseph Nourse (), who moved with his family to Berkeley County, Virginia (now West Virginia) inserved as military secretary to General Charles Lee during the Americanhe settled in Philadelphia, where he served as Assistant Auditor General for the Board of the d as first Register of the Treasury inNourse affixed his.Buy online, view images and see past prices for ANTIQUE Treasury Gov Doc Of U.

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