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[ Philadelphia, January 10, 1793. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by George H. Richmond, New York City, 1906, “Autograph Letters, Manuscripts …,” Item 185.
[ Treasury Department, December 20, 1792. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold at Goodspeed’s Book Shop, January, 1939, Item 1792.
[ Philadelphia, December 26, 1794. The dealer’s catalogue description of this letter reads as follows: “Asking for an extension of a loan to Treasury.” Letter not found. ] AL , sold at Anderson Galleries, February 3, 1909, Lot 170. See H to Joseph Ball, December 28, 1794 .
I have to request that you will furnish Young and Dannacker, upon the principles heretofore agreed upon, with such a further sum of money, as, when added to the advances already made to them, will amount to ten thousand Dollars. I have the honor to be,   Gentlemen, Your Obedt Servt. LS , from the original in the New York State Library, Albany. See “Contract with George Dannacker and William...
Being arrived at the day some time since fixed for my resignation, I cannot forbear, among the last acts of my administration, to repeat to the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States the very deep sense I entertain of that prompt, decided, and uniform, Support which they have given to my Administration, and to the Public service connected with the Department under my...
[ Treasury Department, December 21, 1791. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads: “On banking matters and suggesting that they give ‘such information as you can prudently impart to enable them [the Collectors of Impost and tonnage throughout the United States] to detect counterfeits which may be offered them.’” Letter not found. ] The Collector: A Magazine for Autograph...
In order to a final arrangement on the subject, I have the honor to recapitulate to you the suggestions made by me in our late conference. First I am authorized to make known the wish of the President of the United States, that the provision in the 11th. Section of the Act constituting your institution may be carried into effect, and to take with the Bank the requisite arrangements for that...
I have to request that you will advance to Tench Coxe Esqr, Commissioner of the Revenue, the sum of nine hundred and sixty five Dollars and forty seven Cents, upon the same principles as mentioned in my letter to you of the 10th of October last. It will be necessary to take a receipt from Mr Coxe, specifying that this money is for his own, Clerks and Messenger’s salaries from the 1st of...
I have to request that a further advance of one thousand Dollars may be made by the Bank to William Young & George Dannacker, on account of their Contract with the Publick for supplying the Troops of the united States with Clothing for the ensuing year to be charged as heretofore. I have the honor to be   Gentlemen   Your obedt Servt. LS , Mr. William N. Dearborn, Nashville, Tennessee. See...
[ Philadelphia, November 5, 1792. In a letter to the president and directors of the Bank of the United States on November 28, 1792, Hamilton referred to “my letter of the 5th Instant.” Letter not found. ] Thomas Willing was president of the Bank of the United States.