To the President and Directors
of the Bank of New York1
[Philadelphia, December 9, 1794.] “It gives me pleasure to have this fresh opportunity of bearing testimony to the liberal and patriotic zeal for the service of the United States which the Bank of New York has on every occasion evinced.”
Domett, History of the Bank of New York description begins Henry W. Domett, A History of the Bank of New York, 1784–1884 (New York, 1884). description ends , 51.
1. This letter is an acknowledgment of the acceptance by the president and directors of the Bank of New York of H’s proposal that the Bank of New York agree to lend one hundred thousand dollars to the United States. See H to the President and Directors of the Bank of New York, December 1, 1794.