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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...
[ 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).
[ Philadelphia, January 8, 1793. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Carnegie Book Shop, New York City, 1938, Catalogue 66, Item 664.
[ New York, December 17, 1789. On December 24, 1789, Willing wrote to Hamilton : “I reced by the last post yours of the 17th Inst.” Letter not found. ]
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...
[ New York, November 14, 1789. On November 18, 1789, Willing wrote to Hamilton : “I have just received your Favor of the 14th Instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, March 8, 1790. On March 12, 1790, Willing wrote to Hamilton : “I have consulted the Directors on the Subject of yr. letter of the 8th Inst.” Letter not found. ]
Mr. Hamilton presents his Compliments to Mr Willing and sends him a letter which came to hand by yesterday’s post for his information. Tis probable, as is not uncommon, when men are in a confessing mood, that more has been confessed, than is true; yet the communication deserves particular attention, as it is certain that the Gang mentioned are the most ingenious set of forgers that perhaps...
[ New York, February 20–23, 1790. ] Asks Willing to serve as his “lawful Attorney & substitute & the lawful attorney” of John B. Church “to do and perform all and singular acts matters and things as well touching the transfer and assignment of the Bank Stock and parts of Bank Stock standing in the name of the said John B. C. or otherwise to him belonging in the said capital or joint stock of...
[ New York, September 25, 1789. On October 1, 1789, Willing wrote to Hamilton : “Your Favor of the 25th Ult was received on the 29.” Letter not found. ]