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To Alexander Hamilton from Thomas Smith, 30 March 1791

From Thomas Smith1

Loan Office [Philadelphia] Pennsa March 30th 1791


The amount of the several kinds of Stock on the books of this office on which Interest is payable is as follows with Interest Calculated to 1st April 1791 Viz.

Principle Interest
Funded 6 Cent 864 203.54 ——— 12061.97
Funded 3 Cent 364 890.61 ——— 2735.40
Deferred 6 Cent 410.369.31  
Non subscription Stock 29 573.77 }   355.66
   Interest 5 323.25
16033. 3

The abstract at large &c. will be compleated this Night & delivered in to-morrow morning.

I have the honor &c.

Honble. Alex. Hamilton Esqr. secy of the Treasury.

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

1For background to the loan office business to which Smith is referring, see Nathaniel Appleton to H, February 5, 1791, note 1.

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