From William Bingham
Philada April 9th 1793
The Committee of the Board,1 (on the subject of the Loan) were unfortunate in not finding you at your Office or House, when they had the Honor of waiting on you this Morning.
They were instructed to confer with you on a Point, which is the Object of the inclosed Letter, & to which I request your early Reply, as the Board are desirous of terminating this Business, at an adjourned Meeting to Morrow Morning, at ten oClock.
The Reasons that influenced this Application, will naturally occur to you—they are not unfavorable to the Success of your Views.
I have the Honor to be Your &c
Honble Alexr Hamilton Esqr
ALS, letterpress copy, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
1. Bingham was a member of a committee of the board of directors of the Bank of the United States. This letter is in reply to H to the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, March 26, 1793. For further background to this letter, see H to George Washington, March 18, second letter of March 20, 1793; Washington to H, March 20, 21, 1793; H to Rufus King, April 2, 1793.