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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
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
[ Philadelphia ] May 10, 1791 . “… I am nearly out of Indents, the Comptroller of this State informs me that about 300,000 Dolls. more will pay the Interest on the Certificates belonging to Individuals yet remaining in his Hands. I am honored with your favor 2nd April.…” LC , RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615–P,” National Archives. For background to the...
As the holders of Certificates in the Debt of this State are now presenting them at this Office for deposit agreable to the Act of the 4th Augt. 1790 I think it my duty to apply to you for any farther Instructions you may judge necessary in the execution of this business the situation of which appears as follows. This State has been Issuing consolodated certificates for a number of small ones...