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I have been upwards of twelve years employed in the laborious business of a Comr of the Continental Loan Office for the State of Pennsylvania which I have endeavoured to discharge with the greatest care, industry & integrity—& I must now entreat of your Excellency some appointment under the new Constitution which is become necessary to me for the support of a large family—as my attention to...
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 24 July 1789. On 23 Sept. GW wrote to Smith : “I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24 of July.”
I had the honour of receiving your Letter of the 23d Ulto with its inclosures, by Mr Scott while I was attending Bedford Court last week, whereupon I sent up by the same Gentleman Directions to the Prothonotary of Fayette County to Issue a writ against John Stephenson without loss of Time, & gave pointed directions to the Sheriff to serve it immediately—I thought this necessary, because Mr...
[ Philadelphia, April 22, 1790 . On April 26, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “You mention in your Letter of the 22d. Instant.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, August 30, 1790. On September 23, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “I duly received your letter of the 30th Ultimo.” Letter not found. ]
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.
This accompanys Abstract of Certificates Old Emissions & Indents received on subscriptions to the Loan proposed by act of Congress 4 Augt 1790 from the 1st to the 31st January inclusive. The subscriptions are encreassing very fast, which with the payment of Indents to the Citizens of this State to enable them to possess themselves of their original Certificates in order to fund them; together...
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
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 20 April 1791. On 8 July GW wrote to Thomas Smith that he received his “letter of the 20th of April”