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your last inclosing thirty dollars has been receiv’d & your taxes paid—and your acct stands thus 1803 Viz Dr to ballance of old account $3.57 Oct to postage of a letter .50 29 to taxes paid (see bill) 13.39 to commissions  5.00 22.46 Cr By cash per mail 30    Ballance Cr $7.54
[ Marietta, Ohio, August 1, 1803. In October, 1803 On September 19, 1803 , Hamilton wrote to Putnam: “I have to thank you for your letter of the 1st of August.” Letter not found. ]
Your favor of December 6th has been duly receiv’d. You mention inclosing fifty dollars, the letter contained but thirty, consisting of one twenty, and one ten dollar bill; the letter and seal appeared in good order. Inclosed you’ll find the receipt for the payment of your taxes for the year 1802 and here follows a statement of my acct. A Hamilton Esqr Dr 1802 July to ballance of a/c for 1801...
[ Marietta, Territory Northwest of the River Ohio, December, 1802. On January 17, 1803, Putnam wrote to H and itemized H’s account, which contained: “1802 Decmr to postage of a letter.” Letter not found. ]