To William Seton
[Philadelphia, October 22, 1792]
My Dear Sir
I will thank you to forward me, as soon as convenient, copies of all the letters you have received from me, respecting the purchase of public Debt.1 In the hurry of dispatching some of them, no copy was kept. And some incidents of late require, that I should carefully review the ground.
I regretted to have been obliged to draw lately a portion of my intended deposits from your Bank; but I hope to replace & keep it up.
William Seton Esqr
AL[S], Bank of New York, New York City.
1. Seton had been appointed one of the agents for purchasing the public debt under the direction of the commissioners of the sinking fund.