To John Kean1
[Philadelphia] August 27, 1794. Encloses “two draughts of a Contract, for the Loan of One million of Dollars, agreed to be made to the United States by the Bank2—one of which draughts is already signed in due form by the Secretary on the part of the United States—the other is intended to be executed by the President of the Bank.”3
L, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
1. Kean was cashier of the Bank of the United States.
3. Thomas Willing.