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From Alexander Hamilton to the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, 10 April 1792

To the President and Directors of
the Bank of the United States

Treasury Department April 10th. 1792

Gentlemen,

I am induced by circumstances which have come within my knowledge to inform you, that the operation suggested in my letter of the 19th ultimo1 continues to be desirable in relation to those, who have payments to make at the Custom house in the course of the current Month. You will consider it as it concerns the convenience of the Bank of the United States.

I have the honor to be, with   great consideration   Gentlemen, Your most obedt Servt

Alexander Hamilton

The President, Directors & Co of
the Bank of the United States

LS, from the original in the New York State Library, Albany.

1Letter not found.

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