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Treasury Department, August 13, 1793. “I have directed the Treasurer of the United States, to furnish you with a draught on the Office of Discount & Deposit at New-York, for Seven Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty five Dollars; for the purpose of enabling you … to discharge a half years pension which will become due to the Invalids of the United States on the 5th of the ensuing month.” LS ,...
Treasury Department, June 25, 1794. “A Warrant has this day issued on the Treasurer in your favor for Drs 90,834 ²⁹⁄₁₀₀ for the purpose of enabling you to discharge the Interest which will become due the 30th. Instant on the several species of stock standing on your Books.…” LS , Portsmouth Athenaeum, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Cochran was commissioner of loans for New York.
[ Philadelphia, May 25, 1793. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by S. G. Hubbard Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 15, 1864, Item 239. Cochran was commissioner of loans for New York.
[ Treasury Department, February 8, 1791. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads: “Concerning ‘the Payment of Pensions to Invalids for the space of one year.… The allowance for your trouble will be two per cent on what you pay.’” Letter not found. ] The Collector: A Magazine for Autograph and Historical Collectors , LXXXI, (1968), 806, Item B242. Cochran was commissioner...
Yours of the 24th is just come to hand. I have directed the Treasurer to transmit by tomorrow’s post a draft in your favour on the Bank of New York for Twenty six thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; which according to your statement will enable you to pay the ensuing quarters interest. I am content with the plan you intend to pursue with the Bank; though my idea was that the business might...
Treasury Department, April 8, 1793. “Enclosed is a List of certificates of transfers issued by the commissioner of Georgia in which the time from which they bear interest has been altered, from the 1st of January to the 1st of April 1792.… I have thought proper to give You this information in order to remove any scruple which might arise on account of the alteration.” LS , The American Swedish...
The instructions given to you originally in regard to the transmission of certificates are rightly construed by you in your letter of the 1st. instant. The certificates of the Register of the Treasury and all others of which you have no checks or registers are to be sent hither for examination: And moreover, in all other cases wherein you actually find reason to entertain doubts of the...
Treasury Department, March 24, 1794. “I have directed the Treasurer of the United States to remit to you a draught on the Office of Discount & Deposit at New-York for Ninety Thousand dollars, to enable you to discharge the Interest, which will become due the 31st. Instant on the several species of stock standing on your books.” LS , Mr. Sol Feinstone, Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. Cochran...
[ Philadelphia, October 10, 1791. On October 10, 1791, Hamilton wrote to William Seton that he was sending a letter to the commissioner of loans for New York State. Letter not found. ]
Treasury Department, November 15, 1793. Requests “amount of the last quarters dividend paid by the office of Discount & Deposit, in order that a warrant may issue to cover the same.” LS , Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
I am of opinion that the law under which you act does not justify the Commissioners in the payment of interest on any new loan certificate issued for the certificates of any state, which certificates were issued by that state in exchange for those of the federal debt, until the whole of the identical state certificates, so issued, have been exchanged or redeemed, or the continental...
Treasury Department, September 24, 1794. “I have directed the Treasurer … to remit to you, a draught for Ninety Thousand Dollars on account of the Interest payable … on the several species of stocks standing on your books.” Letter not found. ] LS , sold at Swann Galleries, March 8, 1945, Lot 18. Cochran was commissioner of loans for New York. Extract taken from dealer’s catalogue. On September...