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I will thank you to have made out and forwarded to me my account with the Bank from the period the ballance was last struck & forwarded. Having lost my Bank book I am not able to name it but I presume it will appear by the books of the Bank. With true respect & esteem   I am Dr. Sir   Your Obed serv ALS , Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. According to an undated document in the...
Mr. Henry Kuhl Principal Clerk in the Comptrollers office has informed me that he is a candidate for the place of Assistant Cashier to the Bank of the UStates and has requested a testimonial of my opinion of his qualifications. I without scruple give it and in the strongest manner: I cannot imagine a man better qualified for such a place than he is. A thorough knowlege of accounts—a very clear...
[ Philadelphia, September 11, 1794. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , listed by Patrick F. and Thomas F. Madigan, New York City, in The Autograph , I (November, 1911).
Treasury Department, August 6, 1794. “I request that you will furnish William Bradford Esquire with Eight hundred Dollars for a matter relative to the public service.…” ALS , Connecticut College Library, New London, Connecticut. Willing was president of the Bank of the United States. This money was for the expenses of the United States commissioners—of which Bradford was one—appointed to...
[ Philadelphia ] June 23, 1794 . States “that the Director of the Mint would be obliged by being furnished with any French Crowns or other foreign coins of dates subsequent to the first of January 1792, in order that assays may be made preparatory to a procla[ma]tion of the President to authorise their currency.” AL , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see the...
Treasury Department, May 16, 1794. “I request that the Bank will advance to the Secretary of State Nine hundred Dollars towards defraying certain expences which have occurred in the West Indies in relation to the public service.…” ALS , Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia. For background to this letter, see the exchange of letters between H and Edmund Randolph, May 16, 1794 . This letter...
I received your letter of the 28th ultimo, respecting the terms upon which the Directors of the Bank propose to furnish Bills of Exchange on Amsterdam for the use of the Government. These terms, under all the circumstances of the case appear to me reasonable and consistent with that spirit of accommodation to the public service which has so uniformly marked the conduct of the Directors. I...
[ Philadelphia, December 31, 1793. “The Secretary [of the Treasury] in a report to the House of Representatives of the 21st. December 1793, submitted a proposition for making provision for the second instalment. None having been made, he by a Letter to the Bank of the 31st. December 1793, informed that the Legislature not having yet had leisure to provide for the second instalment of the two...
Treasury Department, June 20, 1793. Transmits “the President’s Ratification of the Contract lately made with the Bank of The U States for Eight hundred thousand Dollars.” ALS , Lloyd W. Smith Collection, Morristown National Historical Park, Morristown, New Jersey. Willing was president of the Bank of the United States. For background to this letter, see H to George Washington, March 18, second...
You will receive with this the Draft of an agreement for the loan heretofore arranged —which if approved I request may be made out into duplicates indented so as to correspond with each other. You will observe an option to the UStates as to the time of receiving . I understood that this would not be agreeable; but as it has not been formaly objected to it is proper for me to insert it. Should...