Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Thomas Smith, 27 June 1791

From Thomas Smith

June 27th 1791 Loan Office [Philadelphia] Penna.


The Ballance of Stock remaining on the Books of this Office are as follows viz—

6 per Ct Stock
393.386..9 Interest from January 1791 11801..58
773.051..57 Ditto April ditto 11595..77
3 per Ct Stock
162421..82 Interest from Jany 1. 1791 2436..32
363317.49 Do April 1. 1791  2724. 88
Unfunded Stock
82221..63 Int from Jan 1st 1791 1644.43
29573..77 Int from April 1. 1791 295.73
Arearages of Int   269.86

There therefore appears to be thirty thousand seven hundred & sixty eight Dollars & 57/100 necessary for the payment of Int. to the quarter ending the 30th. June Inst. There may be some small deviations as it has been impossible for me yet to finish the Examination of the Books &c. but I hope to compleat it by to morrow night when if any material alterations should happen, I shall immediately inform you thereof.

I am &c.

Honble. Alexander Hamilton Secy Treasury

LC, RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615–P,” National Archives.

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