Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Jonathan Burrall, 4 April 1793

To Jonathan Burrall

Treasury Department April 4th 1793


I have to acknowlege the receipt of the Bills on London for £6740 sterling, transmitted in your letter of the 1st instant.1

The account2 has also been received and sent to the Auditor for settlement.

I am with consideration   Sir   Your obedt Servt

Alex Hamilton

Jonathan Burrall Esqr
Cashier of the office of Discount & Deposit
New York

LS, St. Mary of the Lake Seminary Library, Mundelein, Illinois.

1Letter not found.

2This statement of Burrall’s purchases on behalf of the commissioners of the sinking fund may be found in RG 217, Miscellaneous Treasury Accounts, Account No. 3896, National Archives. The account was settled on April 15, 1793.

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