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I beg leave through you to make known to the House of Representatives—That I have signified to The President of the UStates my intention to resign my office of Secretary of the Treasury on the last day of January next. I make this communication in order that an opportunity may be given previous to that Event, to institute any further proceeding which may be contemplated, if an be, in...
[ Treasury Department, December 1, 1794. Henry W. Domett states that on this date Hamilton wrote to the president and directors of the Bank of New York asking that the bank lend one hundred thousand dollars to the United States. Letter not found. ] Gulian Verplanck was president of the Bank of New York. Domett, History of the Bank of New York Henry W. Domett, A History of the Bank of New York,...
Treasury Department, December 1, 1794. This letter is the same as that which Hamilton wrote to the president and directors of the Bank of Pennsylvania on December 1, 1794. Copy, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. John Nixon was president of the Bank of North America.
A plan for the Redemption of the debt of the United States on more comprehensive principles than have been hitherto adopted, may be expected to be shortly under the consideration of the House of Representatives. The practicability of such a plan may be materially connected with the answer that shall be given to the following Inquiry. Would it be convenient to the Bank of Pennsylvania to make...
I have directed the Treasurer to remit you a bill on our Commissioners at Amsterdam drawn in your favour for the sum of 303,115 Guilders. This step has been adopted in consequence of the precarious Situation of Holland which renders the Sale of bills on Amsterdam impracticable. You will please to take the means which shall appear to you most eligible to transfer the amount of the bill from...
I have the honor to inform you that I have fixed upon the last of January next as the day for the resignation of my office of Secretary of the Treasury I make the communication now, that there may be time to mature such an arrangement as shall appear to you proper to meet the vacancy when it occurs. With perfect respect & the truest attachment   I have the honor to be   Sir   Your very...
I have the honor to inform you that I have fixed upon the last of January next as the day for the resignation of my office of Secretary of the Treasury. I make the communication now, that there may be time to mature such an arrangement as shall appear to you proper to meet the vacancy when it occurs. With perfect respect &c. LB , DLC:GW ; ADf , DLC : Alexander Hamilton Papers.
Col John Hamilton John Flannigin Col William Crauford John Crawford (son of Col Crawford) Major John Powers John Gaston The Reverend John Corbly John Husy Thomas Sedgwick John McGill James Kerr Robert Martin John Laughery Nathaniel Martin David Lock David McComb John Munn James Robinson William Porter William Johnson
I have to request, that you will retain in your hands a sufficient sum of the monies arising from the duties on Imports and Tonnage for the purpose of discharging the Allowances to Fishing Vessels which will become due in your District on the 31st of December ensuing, and which are to be paid agreeably to the instructions heretofore given for that purpose. If the funds accruing in your office...
[ Philadelphia, November 27, 1794. On December 14, 1794, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “I acknowledge the receipt of your two letters of the 27th. of the last month.” Letters not found. ]