|Dr.||Alexander Hamilton Esqre in Accot. Currt. with Robert Morris||Cr.|
|Augt 2||To Cash paid this day||500.||June 4||By Cash received this day Dolls.||10,000.|
|July 18||To my Remittance this day in Harrison & Steretts Bills on J. H. Cazenove nephew & Co favr Josiah Bacon at 60 days||Novr 27||By Int on $10,000 from 4 June 1794 to this day is 3 years 5 Mos 23 days||2088.33|
|2333.33||[Received the Ballance of this account from Thomas Morris by his Bond and Mortgage dated the first of Febraury last to John B. Church Albany March 8th.
1798 A Hamilton]
|To my Remitte. 30 June last in Jos. Higbees order at 30 ds. on Hartshorne & Linsey||1500|
|Decr. 8||To my Remitte this day in sd. Higbees order at 30 ds. on Hartshorne & Linsey||1000|
|[Ballance brought down||6002 25|
|Interest to last of Jany||46 66|
|on 4666.67||6048 91]|
|To Thomas Morris to assumes to pay the Balance of this Account.||6002.25|
3. D, partially in H’s handwriting, Mr. Walter N. Eastburn, East Orange, New Jersey.
With the exception of the bracketed material, which is in H’s handwriting, this account is a copy of the one which Morris enclosed in Morris to H, February 7, 1798. On February 7, 1798, Morris wrote to his son Thomas: “You will receive inclosed with this my letter of today to Colo Alexr Hamilton with a State of his Acct with me balle in his favour due on the 27th. Novr last being $6002.25 say six thousand & two dollars twenty five Cents, which you are to assume with interest from that day being the date.… I have left open the letter to Colo Hamilton for your inspection and you may if you think proper Keep a copy of the Acct. When you have done with it Seal and deliver or send the letter and Acct as directed” (LC, Robert Morris Papers, Library of Congress). The account printed above is apparently the copy which Thomas Morris made.