Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Abijah Hammond, 1 August 1793

To Abijah Hammond1

Philadelphia August 1. 1793


Please to pay to Jonathan Burrall Esquire or order on demand One Thousand Eight hundred and Eleven Dollars and ten cents for so much due me by the Society for establishing useful manufactures.2

Your obedient servant

Alexander Hamilton

Abijah Hammond Esquire
Cashier of the Society for establishing
useful manufactures.

ALS, City of Paterson, New Jersey, Plant Management Commission, Successors to the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures.

1For background to this letter, see Peter Colt to H, March 27, May 7, July 18, 1793; H to Colt, April 10, 1793.

2This letter is endorsed as follows: “Recd One thousand eight hundred and eleven Dollars & 10/100 in full of the within. Augt. 5th 1793. Jonan Burrall.”

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