Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Nathaniel Appleton, 17 October 1790

From Nathaniel Appleton

United States Loan Office
[Boston] Massachusetts 17th Octr 1790


My last was 10th Inst. since wch. I am favord. with yours of 7th & 11th Instant1 to which I shall pay particular attention. I have also recd. a Letter of the 12th from the Register informing me that he shall soon supply me with Certificates for the Indents, the Stock which may be unsubscribed, and for transfering from one Office to another. I have only to observe that I have already issued above a quarter part of the Certifts. which were forwarded me by the Register, he will doubtless Keep me timely supplied with those necessary means of conducting the business. I have further to observe that the Old paper Money comes into the Office in great plenty I have upwards of two Millions. With great esteem I am Sir your most hume. Servt.

N. A.   C. L.

LC, RG 53, Massachusetts State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1785–1791, Vol. “259–M,” National Archives.

1These two letters were circulars which H had sent to the commissioners of loans.

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