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Previous to the reception of your letter of the 11th Inst. Colo. Biddle advised me of his having received from you £192.13.4 on my acct he mentioned £200 having been brought to him by the Gentleman into whose charge you had given it but £7.6.8. being in bad gold, he did not incline to receive it, and had therefore returned it to the Gentleman by whom it was sent —I am &c. P.S. Since writing...
Your favour of the 6th Ult. came duly to hand and I beg you to accept my thanks for the trouble you have had in collecting my money and for the punctuality and dispach with which you have transacted my business. The Sum of £50.0.2 sent to Colo. Biddle got safe; and the receipt of it is acknowledged by him in a letter to me. It is far, very far indeed, Sir, from my wish that you should make...
Letter not found: to Thomas Smith, 29 Nov. 1788. On 26 Dec. GW wrote to Smith : “I have received your letter of the 29 Ulto.”
I have received your letter of the 29 Ulto and have forwarded the one enclosed to my Nephew Bushrod Washington who will undoubtedly give you every information in his power respecting the land of which I am wholly ignorant. As you have not acknowledged the rect of my letter of the 15th of September I fear it has miscarried and therefore enclose you a duplicate. Any money that you may have...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24 of July, enclosing a general statement of the monies received for, and paid to my order—and likewise the receipt of a letter from you of the 19th of April last, which has not been acknowledged. It is unnecessary for me to repeat to you the satisfaction which you have given me in conducting the business that was committed to your...
In Consequence of your Application, I have this day issued a warrant in your Favor on the Treasurer of the United States for 22.250 Dollars in Indents of Interest, which he is directed to forward without Delay. I am, Sir, Your Obedt. & humble Servt. LS , Breckinridge Long Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see “Treasury Department Circular to the Continental Loan...
[ Treasury Department, April 17, 1790. The description in the dealer’s catalogue of this letter reads: “At his request, Hamilton has issued a warrant in his favor on Samuel Meredith for $20,000. ‘I wish you had indicated to me what sum would be requisite to execute the object of exchanging the certificates of your State.’” Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Kenneth W. Rendell, Inc., Catalogue...
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.
On the 5th. of May 1789. Mr. Holker recieved from you new loan-office certificates to the amount of 43,646 dollars specie value for 405,100 dollars paper value which had been burnt in his house. These certificates are issued in his name; but the property of them is in himself jointly with Messrs. Le Coulteulx & co. and Ferdinand Grand. The latter has desired me to enquire whether Mr. Holker...