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Arch[ibald] McIntyre to MVB, 29 May 1818

Dear Sir,

Will you have the goodness to let me know whether in your opinion, the 15th. Section of the last supply bill, a copy of which you have above, ought to be considered as a repeal of the claim in the tax law, authorising the Comptroller to charge office fees, or merely as a direction to cause them to be paid into the Treasury, instead of retaining them for his own emolument. 

I directed the discontinuance of the charge of fees on the 21st. of April last; but shall again charge and direct the payment into the Treasury, if you ^should^ think that course to be correct.

I am very respectfully Sir

Your most obedt. Servt

Archd. Mc.Intyre Comptr.

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Source: Dennis Holzman Antiques
Collection: N/A
Series: Series 3 (17 February 1815-2 December 1821)