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[ New York, September 23, 1790. On September 29, 1790, Appleton wrote to Hamilton : “I am favoured with yours of 23d Inst.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, February 14, 1792. On March 5, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Appleton : “In mine of the 14th ultimo, I instructed you to dispose of the draughts.” Letter not found. ] Appleton was commissioner of loans for Massachusetts.
The Treasurer has received directions to remit you a draft for six thousand, two hundred and ninety four Dollars to enable you to pay a half years pensions to the Invalids of your State, which according to a notification from the Department of war is to be paid on the fourth day of September ensuing. You are to pay under such regulations as shall have been communicated to you from that...
I have upon reflexion concluded to authorise You to dispose of the whole of the draughts mentioned in my letter of yesterday upon either of the Banks of North America or New York in preference to the other mode then proposed. But in case you should find no demand for the whole or part of the draughts upon the two banks; it is to be understood that you are at liberty to avail yourself of the...
You observe in your letter of the first instant which did not strike me on the first perusal, or it would have been sooner noticed, that “you think it probable the sum remitted will be sufficient for the payment of the next quarter’s interest, though it must be matter of conjecture only till the close of the loan .” The last clause leads me to conclude, that you have misapprehended a late...
[ Philadelphia, May 9, 1791. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, Jr., April 6, 1922, Lot 221.
Treasury Department, February 27, 1793. Has directed the treasurer of the United States to furnish Appleton with a draft for fifty-five thousand dollars to be applied “towards discharging the Interest which will become due the 31st of the ensuing month, on the several Species of Stock standing on your books.” LS , The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Appleton was commissioner of...
Treasury Department, March 2, 1791. “You will find enclosed LeRoy and Bayard’s second bill.…” LS , The Bostonian Society, Boston. The remainder of this letter is exactly the same as the other letter which H sent to Appleton on this date.
On the receipt of this letter I request You to deposit in the Bank of Massachusetts for sale, the Bills of the Treasurer of the united States for 55,000 Dollars, (or such of them as remain unsold) which have been transmitted to you agreably to my letter of the 1st instant. I am, sir,   Your Obedt Servt LS , The Bostonian Society, Boston. See also H to Appleton, December 2, 1791 .
[ Philadelphia, March 24, 1791. On April 9, 1791, Appleton wrote to Hamilton : “Your special Letter 24th March … and also your Circular Letter 25th March are this minute come to hand.” Letter of March 24 not found. ]