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The Ballance of Stock remaining on the Books of this Office are as follows viz— 6 ⅌ Ct Stock Dollrs. 393.386..9 Interest from January 1791 11801..58 773.051..57 Ditto April ditto 11595..77 23397..35 3 ⅌ Ct Stock 162421..82
I now inclose accts of stock remaining on the Books of this office the 30th June 1791. I have paid the whole of the Indents last received & people are now waiting for Interest in Indents on their Certificates. I have the honor to be &c. Copy, RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615-P,” National Archives. Smith was commissioner of loans for the state of...
I have received Two hundred and forty nine thousand two hundred and fifty four pounds 10/ ½ equal to Six hundred and seventy five thousand one hundred and one Drs ³³⁄₁₀₀ in the assumed debt of this State for which I have given descriptive receipts, have registered and numbered them & Carried them to the Comptroller of this State’s Office, who has examined them and declares them genuine. He is...
I now forward abstra[c]t of Old Emission Money Certificates & Indents received agreeable to act of Congress from the 17th day of Sept. to the 30th sept Inclusive. The Old Emission Money Certificates & Indents are this day forwarded to the Auditors office. Numbers of People have presented Certificates of the United states & state Debt for the purpose of funding since the 1st of Octr. I am &c LC...
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
[ Philadelphia ] February 27, 1792. “… I have … large returns in forwardness which Shall be compleated as soon as the very pressing business of the Office will permit—with out any further addition to the business of this office it will yet take four or five Clerks three or four months at least to Compleat it but Very unfortuneatly the Auditor cannot pass My Acct of Clerks wages for their...
[ Philadelphia ] February 28, 1792. “… the amount of Certificates of the assumed debt presented & funded at this office is 674,675 Dollars which deducted from the Quota allotted this State Viz 2.200.000. Dollars leaves 1,525.325 the Interest On Which agreeably to the statement on the other side amounts to 13982.14 Cts. for the Quarter ending 31 March 1792.” LC , RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan...
The amount of Stock on the books of this office subject to Interest for the Quarter ending the 31st March 1792 is as follows Viz. Amot. of 6 ⅌ Ct. Funded Stock 4201.79 Interest from the 1st Octr. 1791. 126. 5 Amot. of Ditto 1203686.55 Interest on Do. from Jany. 1. 1792 18055.29 Amot. of 3 ⅌ Ct. Stock 361.55 Interest on Do. from Octr. 1. 1791 5.42 Amot. of Do 582,824.25 Intt on do from Jany 1. 1792
I have received a letter from Mr. A. J. Dallas secretary to the Commonwealth with enclosures which I now forward for your inspection. The whole of the subscriptions since the 1st June last in Certificates of the Assumed Debt of this State, amo. to £ 46,985. equal to 125,293 30/ which with 674,675 Dollars received before the 30th sepr. 1791 makes in the whole 799,968 30/. Mr. Donnaldson Regr &...
Philadelphia, September 28, 1792. States “The amount of Stock remaining on the Books of this Office subject to Interest for the Quarter ending the 30th Septr Inst is … twenty seven thousand Six hundred & ninety eight dollars Nine Cents.” LC , RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615-P,” National Archives.