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St. Croix, May 19, 1772 . Regrets inability to pay protested bills and adds: “Believe me my good Brother, nothing in life has ever affected me more than this matter has. I wish to God it was in my power to reimburse you but realy it is not.” LC , in writing of H, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
St. Croix, May 19, 1772 . “… Believe us Dear Sir it gives us real pain, that we should be the cause of so much uneasiness to you—and the more as we have it not in our power to replace those damn’d Protested Bills as we propos’d (in time).… The only compensation we can make you is to remit you—when those Bills return together with their amounts & Charges with you, the whole of the Interest and...