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I received your letter of the 20th of April, while I was on my journey to the southward, and until my return to this place it has not been in my power to acknowledge the receipt of it. I must now beg, Sir, that you will receive my best thanks for the particular attention which you have paid to such business as I have had occasion to place in your hands, and to be assured that you have...
You are right in considering yourself not authorized by Law to accept on the Loan of the assumed debt Certificates of the State of Pennsa. dated on or after the 1st day of January 1790. It is however my wish that you minute in a Book to be kept for that purpose the amount of such Certificates offered by any person together with the name of the person offering them. It will not be proper that...
[ Philadelphia, May 9, 1791. On June 8, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “You will perceive on reexamination that you have misconceived the instruction contained in my letter of the 9th Ulto.” Letter not found. ]
[ Philadelphia, April 2, 1791. On May 10, 1791, Smith wrote to Hamilton : “I am honored with your favor 2nd April.” Letter not found. ]
[ 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 .
[ 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 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 ] 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,...
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...
[ 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.