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To Alexander Hamilton from Thomas Smith, 30 December 1791

From Thomas Smith1

Pennsa Loan Office [Philadelphia] Decr 30. 1791

Sr.

The ballances of stock remaining on the Books of this Office for the quarter ending the 31st Decer. 1791 subject to the Payment of Interest on the 1st January 1792 are as follows Viz

Dolls Cts.
122,564.70. of 6 Ct. Stock Intst from Jany. 7 353.88
1,348,379.47. of ditto Int. from Oct 20.225.69
69,963.57 3 Ct. do do Jany. 2 098.90
541,252.78 do do  Oct. 4 059.39
4.707.–  4 Ct nonsubscrition stock 47. 7
847.16. 3 Ct do     6.35
33.791.28

I have the honor to be &c.

Honbl Alexr Hamilton
secy. Treasy US.

LC, RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615-P,” National Archives.

1Smith was commissioner of loans for Pennsylvania. For background to the loan office procedures to which Smith is referring, see Nathaniel Appleton to H, February 5, 1791, note 1.

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