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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...
The Goldsmiths who made the Assays have furnished the enclosed Account, which they submit to be paid upon the same footing as the others you may have had done at Philadelphia. I have the honor to be. LC , Bank of New York, New York City. Assays of coins for H’s “Report on the Establishment of a Mint,” January 28, 1791 .
Mr. William Hill with two competant Surities have duely executed the Bond endorsed in your letter of the 21st. and I have deliver’d to him the Contract. As you do not desire the Bond to be returned, I hold it for your further orders. Mr. Hill expected he was to receive immediately from this Bank a payment of Five thousand Dollars, but he was informed your orders did not extend to the payment....
New York, April 4, 1791. “Agreeable to the request expressed in your letter of the 31st. Mr. William Hill has been paid Five thousand Dollars.…” LC , Bank of New York, New York City. Letter not found. See Seton to H, March 28, 1791 .
I have to acknowledge the honor of your Letter of the 1st. instant. Whenever Mr. John McComb Junr. exhibits the contract signed by you & him the Three Thousand Dollars shall be paid to him as you desire and passed to the Debit of the United States in the Seperate Accounts. On the 16th. of Feby. agreeably to your desire we stopt the sale of the Treasurers Bills on the Collector then in Bank, as...
Agreably to your desire Mr Hill has been paid Five thousand Dollars for which enclosed you have his receipt. Of the Bills on Amsterdam 23,000 Guilders are sold; and offer is now made to take to the amount of 100,000 Dollars worth, for the one half of which a Deposit of Stocks would be made and for the other half Notes with sufficient Endorsers. To comply with this proposition, we shall want...
I am desired by the President & Directors to acknowledge the honor of your letter of the 30 May; this having been the first board day since its reception. The President & Directors of this Bank will chearfully Co-operate in the measures you point out for the reception of subscriptions to the National Bank; and have given me Orders to comply with the tenor and spirit of your Letter, which shall...
I have the honor to inform you that in the course of half an hour this day, deposits were offered & received at this Bank for the entire Sum of Sixty thousand Dollars towards the Subscriptions to the Bank of the United States agreably to the latitude given in your Letter of the 30th May. Further Deposits on the same principle have already been offered to the amount of Twenty thousand Dollars...
I am this moment favored with your Letter of the 23rd, saying it will be agreable to you that deposits be received towards subscriptions to the Bank of the United States to the extent of Forty thousand Dollars more upon the same principals with those for the Sixty thousand. This extention of Forty thousand Dollars is already all engaged, and I have applicants names set down for Thirty three...
I am just honored with your Letter of the 25th and hope tomorrow to hear from you in answer to mine of the 24th as the applications to pay in Money towards the Subscriptions to the Bank of the United States have now increased to the sum of 41775 Dollars beyond the last extention of forty thousand. I have the honor to be with great respect   Sir   Your Obed. Humb Ser LC , Bank of New York, New...