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A number of your fellow Citizens desirous of expressing the sense they entertain of the important Services you have rendered your Country, have raised by Subscription a Sum of money to defray the expence of a Portrait of you, ⟨to⟩ be executed by Mr Trumbull, and placed in one of our public Buildings. We have therefore to request that you will b⟨e⟩ so condescending as to allow Mr Trumbull to...
The Legislature of the State of Newyork at their last Sessions passed an Act Authorizing the acknowledgement of Deeds before any of the Judges of the supreme Court of the U.S. I shall therefore be obligd to You if You will execute the Deed for the House in Wall Street & forward it to Me as soon as it suits Your Conveniency. If the payment of the first moiety at any time before the stipulated...
My second payment to You for the House in Wall Street has been due since the first day of the last Month & I have been waiting Your directions respecting it. In a former Letter I requested the Deed, which will oblige Me, as I am preparing to Build on the Lot this Spring. Your late triumph over the malice of Your Enemies, has given the most heartfelt satisfaction to Your friends in this City &...
New York, May 15, 1793. “I have paid to Mr Seton two thousand Dollars on Acct. & will be prepared to discharge the remainder of the Ballance with the further Interest that will have accrued to the time of the Deeds being returned.…” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see Verplanck to H, September 10, 1792 , March 17, 1793 ; “Conveyance by Lease and...