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You will have seen by my Letters to the Direction how I have proceeded since my coming here. Allow me now particularly to thank you for your kind Letter to Mr: Fitzsimmons, as from him I have already received every assistance and shall derive every necessary Information: I find he is the Leading Man in the Direction of the Bank of North America abstracted from its connection with the State,...
I am desired by the President and Directors to acknowledge the receipt of your Letter of the first instant, and to assure you that the strictest attention shall be paid to the line you have drawn for the disposal of such Bills on the different States as you may find convenient to lodge in this Bank. The Board have directed agreably to your desire, that a Weekly return be made to you of all the...
[ New York, November 22, 1790. The endorsement on the letter that Hamilton wrote to Seton on November 16, 1790 , reads: “Ans 22nd.” Letter not found. ]
The Merchants of this City who have lately gone to, & returned from Philadelphia, have asserted at the Coffee House they were well informed that the Bank of Pensilvania had offered to give immediate Credit to the Treasurer of the United states for such drafts on the Collectors of the Imposts &c as he should lodge there for Sale. The President and Directors of this Bank anxious to do every...
The President & Directors desire me to acknowledge the receipt of your two Letters of the 13th. and to express how very much they feel obliged to you, for your kind attention to this Institution and thereby to the Commerce of this City. Whenever the Treasurer deposits the Bills on Amsterdam which you mention, the Strictest attention shall be paid to your orders with respect to the Sale of...
I have received a Letter from the Treasurer upon the Subject of immediately passing to credit the drafts on the Collectors which I laid before the Board of Directors this day. The Copy of the Letter and the answer I have wrote by their orders, they have desired me to enclose to you (as the Treasurer makes no refference to what has formerly passed on this Subject) for your information. The...
I have the honor to inform you that this day I have sold the Treasurers Bills on Amsterdam for 25,000 Guilders to Different persons at the price you limitted of 36/4/11 Ninetieths per Guilder payable by Notes at 90 Days, in which Notes I have included the Interest for 33 Days, as all the purchasers chose to avail themselves of that indulgence, given in your Letter of the 24 Decbr. I have no...
I have the honor to enclose you Mr. Silva’s answer respecting the weight & fineness of the Portugal Coin, which is all the information he can give. When The Treasurer of The United States sends the Bills on Amsterdam for 100,000 Guilders as mentioned in your Letter of they shall be disposed of agreable to your orders. I have the honor to be with the greatest respect   Sir, Your Obed. Hme Sert....
The note you inclosed to Mr Troup for discount was immediately done & passd to your Credit. The dft to Mr. Francis has not yet appeared, but should have been punctually attended to & honored at all Events. Your present ballance in Bank including the discount is 2907 Dolls. & ⁴⁴⁄₁₀₀. Therefore the 3000 Dolls. dft will overrun 92. Do: ⁵⁶⁄₁₀₀ which I mention for your Government. The letters you...
I am honored with your letter of the 11th. and agreable to your desire enclose a return of the Treasurers Bills on the Collectors now in Bank undispos’d of. You will please to observe that there are of these Bills No 882 on Newbern for 900 dollars } dated 7 Jany 1791 883 on Edenton 200 884 on Savanah 400 have been already credited to the Treasurers Account in Bank being part of Bills for 5300...