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I had the pleasure to receive your Letter of the 7th by Mr. Eddie on fryday morning, but not early enough to answer you with propriety by that post. The bearer of the Letter I apprehend knew or conjectured at the Contents as it flew over the Town like Wildfire that I had orders to purchase, therefore before I got to the Coffee House at Noon, every one was prepared, and no one would offer to...
Immediately upon the receipt of your Letter of the 30th. I informed the Commissioner of Loans that the Sum of 20,000 Dollars should be passed to the credit of his Account in Bank agreeably to your desire. I have the honor to be &c. LC , Bank of New York, New York City. Letter not found. John Cochran.
I am desired by the President and Directors to acknowledge the receipt of your Letters of the 21 & 24 Sepr —the first requesting a payment to be made of Ten thousand Dollars to Mr. De la Forest Vice Consul of France, which was immediately complied with & enclosed. I have the honor to transmit his receipt for the same. Your directions respecting ballancing the weekly Returns of the Treasurers...
I am honored with your Letter of the 3d. On the 12th of September I transmitted to you a Return of the investment of the 50,000 Dollars in purchases of Stock for account of The United States. I have now the honor to enclose a Duplicate of the same. On the 5th. September I informed you that all the purchases of Debt made to that day had been transferred on the Books to the Names of the Vice...
I had the honor to write you by last nights post enclosing a Duplicate of the Return of the investment in Stock of the last 50,000 Dolls. This morning I called upon the Commissioner of Loans to know what was requisite to be done to comply with your orders respecting a transfer of the whole amount of the Debt purchased to the Books of the Treasury. He informs me that as the whole stands now in...
I am honored with your Letters of the 8th & 10th. The Commissioner of Loans not having required the anticipated Credit of Twenty Thousand Dollars, the Treasurers Check for Thirty thousand Dollars is all that has passed to his Credit. I delivered your Letter to the Commr. of Loans upon the subject of the Transfer to the Books of the Treasury for the Debt purchased by me for Account of the...
I had the honor to write you on the 13th. since which, Indisposition has till this day prevented my obtaining from the Office the Certificates necessary to transfer to the Books of the Treasury the Debt purchased by me for account of the United States. They are now enclosed & I hope will be in full time. I have the honor to be with the greatest respect sir &c. LC , Bank of New York, New York City.
A Circumstance has occured respecting the Treasurers dfts on the Bank of Maryland which I take the liberty of mentioning to you. We negotiated several of them the other day & when the holders presented them at the Bank for payment they deducted ⅛ ⅌ Cent altho’ the amount was named in their Bank & post Notes. This has occured before with the Collectors to the Southward but not that I have heard...
I am honoured with your Letters of the 11th & 14th. The sale of the Bills on Amsterdam shall be arranged at the rate of 6 ⅌ Ct Interest for the term of Credit agreeable to your desire, and furnished in a few days. Mr Hill was this day paid the Seven thousand Dollars, and Inclosed in his receipt for the same which is Charged to the United States. I have the Honor to be &c LC , Bank of New York,...
It is with reluctance I intrude upon your time, but I feel so interested in what has lately passed at Phia. that I cannot refrain indulging myself with some conversation with you on the subject. No doubt you was informd that our Directors immediately after the Directors at Pa. of the Bank of the U. S. were known, wrote a Letter stating their reasons for reserving the 300 Shares of Stock &...