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[ Philadelphia, April 22, 1790 . On April 26, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “You mention in your Letter of the 22d. Instant.” Letter not found. ]
You mention in Your Letter of the 22d. Instant that certificates have been presented to you on which there are four Years interest due. This gives me reason to apprehend that you may have admitted the calculation of Interest on them beyond the period as fixed by Congress, which is up to the 31st December 1787—and no latter. If this should be the case you have acted contrary to my circular...
[ New York, July 17, 1790. “Your son has delivered at this office a trunk said to contain loan office certificates for $1,436,700.00; specie loan office certificates for $74,500.00, bills of exchange for $25,170.00, bills of exchange for renewal for $4,392.00.” Letter not found. ] LS , sold at Goodspeed’s Book Shop, January, 1938, Item 123. Text taken from extract in dealer’s catalogue.
[ Philadelphia, August 30, 1790. On September 23, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “I duly received your letter of the 30th Ultimo.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York ] September 23, 1790 . “I duly received your letter of the 30th Ultimo.… I have no objection to the two Gentlemen, whom you mention as your Securities, but I have on consideration of the Magnitude of the trust, thought it prudent to require three Bondsmen in several of the principal Loan Offices, of which that of Pennsylvania is one.…” LS , Historical Society of Pennsylvania,...
I am apprehensive that further applications to Congress on the subject of compensation for the service of paying Indents in Pennsylvania will be unpleasing and perhaps unsuccessful. It appears that all expence of that kind might be avoided by a payment of Indents to the state of Pennsylvania in full of the Interest due on such Loan Office Certificates as are yet in the hands of the Comptroller...
[ New York, October 10, 1790. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Stan V. Henkels, April 21, 22, 23, 1891, Lot 863.
I now forward Subscription accounts with the Certificates, Indents & money of the old emission received with them on account of a Loan to the United states from the 1st to the 31st day of October inclusive also Vouchers for the issue of Certificates to the Subscribers of said Loan. I have uniformley signed the Certificates issued by me & have inserted the number names & sums in the Marginal...
[ Philadelphia ] January 17, 1791. “… Very large returns for the issue of Indents are in hand & will be forwarded as soon as the business of the Office will permit. The subscriptions to the Loan are increasing very rapidly this Month.” LC , RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615-P,” National Archives.
[ Philadelphia, February 8, 1791. On February 14, 1791, Smith wrote to Hamilton : “I am honored with your favor of 8th Inst.” Letter not found. ] Smith was commissioner of loans for Pennsylvania. This was probably the same as the letter which H sent to Nathaniel Appleton on this date and to Jedediah Huntington on January 30, 1790 .