To Nathaniel Gilman1
Treasury Department, August 10, 1790. “The Treasurer has my directions to draw upon you for the sum of One Thousand, Seven hundred and Sixty five & 63/90 Dollars, stated by you to be in the late Loan Office of the United States. You will be pleased to pay his Draughts, & a Warrant shall be issued to cover the amount of them, when transmitted hither as Vouchers for the settlement of your Accounts.…”
LS, Yale University Library.
1. Formerly Continental loan officer for New Hampshire, Gilman had been appointed commissioner of loans for New Hampshire on August 6, 1790, but declined the appointment. He was replaced on December 24, 1790, by William Gardner.