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[ New York, April 21, 1790 . On April 29, Allibone wrote to Hamilton : “I have the Honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated april 21st.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, May 12, 1792 . On May 18, 1792, Tench Coxe wrote to “A Committee of the Merchants of the City of Philadelphia” and referred to a letter “from the Secretary of the Treasury of the 12th: instant” to Allibone. Letter not found. ] LC , RG 58, Letters of Commissioner of Revenue, 1792–1793, National Archives.
[ New York, May 4, 1790 . On the back of the letter that Allibone wrote to Hamilton on April 29, 1790 , is written “Answd 4th May.” Letter not found. ] In the margin of Allibone’s letter of April 29 , H wrote the following comments which presumably are his answers to Allibone: “The state having made a cession the limitation is of course inapplicable. “Warrant for in his favour or the Treasurer...
[ Philadelphia, December 23, 1790. On December 28, 1790, Allibone wrote to Hamilton : “In obedience to the Instructions I received the 23d Instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, December 21, 1789. On January 7, 1790, Allibone wrote to Hamilton : “I had the Honor of receiving your letter of the 21st. of December last.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, June 22, 1790. On July 3, 1790, Allibone wrote to Hamilton : “I found your letter of the 22d of last month.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, August 25, 1790. The endorsement on the letter that Allibone wrote to Hamilton on August 21, 1790 , reads: “Answd. 25th Augt. 90.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, July 2, 1791. On July 31, 1791, Ames wrote to Hamilton and referred to “your favor of the 2 July.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, April 23, 1796. On April 23, 1796, Hamilton wrote to Rufus King : “I have written to Ames this day.” Letter not found. ]
Know all Men by these presents, that I Alexander Hamilton of the City of New York, Counsellor at Law, have made, ordained, authorized, constituted and appointed, and by these presents do make, ordain, authorize, constitute and appoint John Sempill and William Amorey of the Island of St. Croix Merchants jointly and severally my true and lawfull Attornies, for me and in my Name, and to my Use to...
Being desirous to carry into execution the intentions of the legislature in regard to the Claims upon the department of the late Quarter Master general, it is my wish, if agreeable to you, that you should undertake the business of collecting the documents, of receiving the claims and of stating them from time to time in returns that shall comprehend a number of them to the Auditor of the...
Enclosed you will receive a Letter from Colo. Pickering late Quarter Master General of the Army: in which he desires you to make out a Statement of the Debts intended to have been provided for by the Anticipation made for the use of his Department, by the late Super Intendant of the Finances; and of the Claims remaining Unsatisfied under it. I have to desire that you would furnish me with a...
I learn from your letter of the 7th. instant that you are willing to undertake the business proposed to you in mine of the 2d. instant. You will therefore consider yourself appointed as a Clerk in the Auditor’s Office from the day when you shall notify me that you have commenced the business. I wish therefore that you should without delay give public notice that all persons concerned may...
New York, April 25, 1789. Conveys to Anthon in return for eight hundred pounds “All that certain messuage or dwelling house and lot of Ground situate lying and being in the dock Ward of the City of New York on the Easterly side of a Certain Street there called and known by the name of Broad Street.…” DS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress; certified copy, recorded under the date of August...
Some time since, I, as Agent for my brother in law Mr. Church entered into an arrangement with Mr. Tench Coxe for investing a sum of money on the joint account of Mr. Church & Mr. Coxe in the purchase of lands in Pensylvania. The copy of a letter from Mr. Coxe herewith sent of the 10th of April 1793 will explain to you the then state of the transaction. But I learn from Mr. Coxe that the tract...
[ New York, June 11, 1795. On the cover of a letter which Anthony wrote to Hamilton on May 16, 1795 , Hamilton wrote: “Answered June 11.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, September 23, 1790. On September 29, 1790, Appleton wrote to Hamilton : “I am favoured with yours of 23d Inst.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, February 14, 1792. On March 5, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Appleton : “In mine of the 14th ultimo, I instructed you to dispose of the draughts.” Letter not found. ] Appleton was commissioner of loans for Massachusetts.
The Treasurer has received directions to remit you a draft for six thousand, two hundred and ninety four Dollars to enable you to pay a half years pensions to the Invalids of your State, which according to a notification from the Department of war is to be paid on the fourth day of September ensuing. You are to pay under such regulations as shall have been communicated to you from that...
I have upon reflexion concluded to authorise You to dispose of the whole of the draughts mentioned in my letter of yesterday upon either of the Banks of North America or New York in preference to the other mode then proposed. But in case you should find no demand for the whole or part of the draughts upon the two banks; it is to be understood that you are at liberty to avail yourself of the...
You observe in your letter of the first instant which did not strike me on the first perusal, or it would have been sooner noticed, that “you think it probable the sum remitted will be sufficient for the payment of the next quarter’s interest, though it must be matter of conjecture only till the close of the loan .” The last clause leads me to conclude, that you have misapprehended a late...
[ Philadelphia, May 9, 1791. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, Jr., April 6, 1922, Lot 221.
Treasury Department, February 27, 1793. Has directed the treasurer of the United States to furnish Appleton with a draft for fifty-five thousand dollars to be applied “towards discharging the Interest which will become due the 31st of the ensuing month, on the several Species of Stock standing on your books.” LS , The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Appleton was commissioner of...
Treasury Department, March 2, 1791. “You will find enclosed LeRoy and Bayard’s second bill.…” LS , The Bostonian Society, Boston. The remainder of this letter is exactly the same as the other letter which H sent to Appleton on this date.
On the receipt of this letter I request You to deposit in the Bank of Massachusetts for sale, the Bills of the Treasurer of the united States for 55,000 Dollars, (or such of them as remain unsold) which have been transmitted to you agreably to my letter of the 1st instant. I am, sir,   Your Obedt Servt LS , The Bostonian Society, Boston. See also H to Appleton, December 2, 1791 .
[ Philadelphia, March 24, 1791. On April 9, 1791, Appleton wrote to Hamilton : “Your special Letter 24th March … and also your Circular Letter 25th March are this minute come to hand.” Letter of March 24 not found. ]
[ New York, February 14, 1790. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by George A. Leavitt & Company, May 10, 1883, Lot 1075.
I have received your favor of the 23d instant and observe the forms and Circular of the 16th have reached you. Before this gets to hand you will receive a number of Blank Certificates for the subscribers to the New Loan. The Warrants for Indents issued by the late Board of Treasury cannot with safety or propriety be received at the Loan Offices. The old emission Money is directed in the...
You have been instructed fourteen days before interest becomes due in each quarter, to close your office and balance your books. As the provision for the payment of interest in each state for the ensuing quarter must be regulated by the sums which shall appear on the books of each Commissioner at the period of closing them either as “funded” or “unfunded” stock or in other words as stock...
The bills of the old emmissions enclosed in your letter of the 22d December are now returned to you. Those which you have crossed are found to be counterfeit. That which remains unerassed is a true bill. It will derange the established plan of operations to draw a warrant on you for your Salary & expenditures. It will be best that you appoint, as heretofore, an agent to receive your Salary at...