Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Joseph Nourse, 30 November 1793

From Joseph Nourse

Treasury Department
Register’s Office 30th. Novr 1793


I have the honor to enclose a Certificate of the Sums issuable from the Treasury of the United States for the payment of Interest which was due to the several Creditors1 on the Books of the Treasury on the 30th September 1793; and to the Trustees for Redemption of the Public Debt for Interest arising to the same Period upon the Stock standing in their names and in the name of Samuel Meredith in trust for the United States Vizt

 To the several Creditors 277,052, 1
 To the Trustees for the Redemption of the Public debt  15 575 22
  Total Sum issuable Drs. 292,627.23

With the Greatest Respect   I am Sr.   Your mo: ob hb Serv:

Joseph Nourse Rgr

Hon. Alex: Hamilton
Sec: of the Try.

LS, RG 53, Balances of Stocks of Domestic Debts, 1793–1799, Vol “156-T,” National Archives.

1These enclosures consist of a statement signed by Nourse, dated November 30, 1793, and a “Particular Abstract of the Dividends 3 qur. 1793” (D, RG 53, Balances of Stocks of Domestic Debts, 1793–1799, Vol. “156-T,” National Archives).

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