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I thank you much for your friendly & expeditious attention to my late requests. All the papers you have sent will answer my ideas except the account of Amsterdam Bills. It is essential I should exhibit to the Committee the monies actually in deposit in each Bank from that source at the end of each quarter and not then passed to the account of the Treasurer. The statement sent me exhibits sums...
I take it for granted that mine of the 28 or 29th of which I did not keep a copy will have led you to conclude an arrangement for the vessel preferred by Mr Jay. Lest that letter should by any accident have miscarried (as you appear not to have received it on the 30th when the post came away) I repeat what it contained—It authorised you, according to Mr Jay’s choice, to agree for the vessel;...
[ Philadelphia, June 23, 1791. On June 24, 1791, Seton wrote to Hamilton : “I am this moment favored with your Letter of the 23rd.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, May 5, 1792 . On May 28, 1792, Seton acknowledged the receipt of Hamilton’s “orders on the 5th May instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, July 2, 1791. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at Parke-Bernet Galleries, May 2–12, 1947, Lot 257.
You will oblige me very much if you will have an assay made as speedily as possible by some of the most skilful hands in your City of the Coins gold and silver of England France Spain & Portugal in most general circulation with you. The more I examine the statements and tables which have been published respecting the standards of Coins, the more variances I discover; and the more it appears to...
[ Philadelphia, March 5, 1794. On March 8, 1794, Seton wrote to Hamilton : “Late last night I received your favour of the 5th.” Letter not found. ]
I am desirous of making a further payment to Mr William Hill, of five thousand Dollars on account of his contract for cloathing for the Troops. The Bank of New York will oblige me by making him a payment of that sum, & taking his receipt for the same, as on that account. This sum will be charged, during the vacancy of the Comptroller’s Office, to the seperate account for the United States, as...
[ Philadelphia, April 25, 1792 . On April 29, 1792, Seton wrote to Hamilton : “I received your official Letter of the 25th.” Letter not found .]
I send you an Official Order for 50 000 Dollars subject to the directions in my private letter of yesterday. Yrs. sincerely You will only present the inclosed when necessary. ALS , Mr. Pierce Gaines, Fairfield, Connecticut; copy, on the writing in the writing of Seton, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. H to Gulian Verplanck, March 26, 1792 .