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Boston, May 10, 1791. “I had the honor to write you 3 instant & … I have receivd yours of 28 April in which you wish me to draw on the Treasury for the amount thereof agreably to which I have this day drawn on the Treasury two drafts … one for 375 Dollrs the amount of my last Quater’s Salary & the other for 873 66/100 the amount of the Account of Expenditures for Clerkship & Stationary.…” LC ,...
I wrote you 10 instant, at which time I drew on the Treasury for the amount of my last Quarters Salary & expenditures for the two first Quarters—Since which I am favoured with your circular Letter 2d. instant. In answer I have to inform you that I have never issued a single Certificate to a nonsubscriber in exchang for Old Emisso. money or Indents of Interest. I have issued only one...
Boston, June 4, 1791. “… Your Circular Letter 27th May is received. It has not been in my power to see the Treasury of this State since your Letter came to hand but I am very confident that this State never redeemed a Continental public security by issuing their own obligation. This State has loaned considerable Sums of Old paper money which was recd. for taxes & public Securities which were...
Circular Letter 6th instant is received. The Treasurer of this State informs me that this State never issued any of their own Obligations in exchange for Continental Securities, all the Federal securities which they are, or have been possessed of, were received either by Taxes or by the Sale of Lands &c. so that I presume the precautions which you point out will not be necessary in this State....
Boston, July 12, 1791. “… I improve the first oppo. to inform you of the amount of the dividend of Interest made up to 30th June last, it appears at present to be 55.768 ⁸⁰⁄₁₀₀.…” LC , RG 53, Massachusetts State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1785–1791, Vol. “259-M,” National Archives.
Boston, August 4, 1791. “Agreeably to your directions I now improve the first oppo. to transmit an Account Current of 6 ⅌ Ct. & 3 ⅌ Ct. Stock funded in this Office to the 1st April 1791. They should have been sent forward sooner but a few errors occasion great delay in examining so many Accounts. The Acct. of the defered Stock shall be forwarded as soon as possible. About 1,300,000 Dollrs....
[ Boston, September 1, 1791. On September 27, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Appleton : “You observe in your letter of the first instant.” Letter not found. ]
Boston, August 14, 1794. Requests payment of his salary as commissioner of loans in Massachusetts for the second quarter of 1794, amounting to three hundred seventy-five dollars. ALS , RG 217, Miscellaneous Treasury Accounts, 1790–1894, Account No. 5879, National Archives. On August 23, 1794, Warrant No. 3878 was issued to Appleton for this amount (RG 217, Miscellaneous Treasury Accounts,...
Boston, October 30, 1794. Requests payment of “Three hundred & seventy five Dollars for a quarters Salary due” to him “as Commissioner of the United States Loan Office in the State of Massachusetts to 30th September 1794.” ALS , RG 217, Miscellaneous Treasury Accounts, 1790–1894, Account No. 6118, National Archives. Warrant No. 4232 was issued to Appleton for this amount on December 2, 1794 (...
[ Boston ] February 2, 1795 . Requests his salary “as Commissioner of the United States Loan Office in the State of Massachusetts, for the Quarter ending 31st Decemr. 1794.” ALS , RG 217, Miscellaneous Treasury Accounts, 1790–1894, Account No. 6454, National Archives. This letter is incorrectly addressed to H as Secretary of the Treasury. He had resigned from that position on January 31, 1795,...