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To Alexander Hamilton from William Allibone, [27 March 1792]

From William Allibone

[Philadelphia, March 27, 1792]

Sir

I have the Honor to Enclose a statement1 of what mony will be wanted in discharge of the engagments in the Office of Superintendant of the Delaware Light House &c for the present quarter up to the thirty first Instant and am with Highest Respect your most Obedient.

Humble Servant

Willm Allibone

Honble Alexander Hamilton
Esquire Secretary
of the Treasury

ALS, RG 26, Lighthouse Letters Received, Vol. “A,” Pennsylvania and Southern States, National Archives.

1“Statement of Money that will be wanted to discharge the engagements for the present quarter up to the thirty first Instt. in the Office of Superintendant of the Delaware Light House &c. &c.,” March 27, 1792 (ADS, RG 26, Lighthouse Letters Received, Lighthouse Estimates, Delaware, National Archives).

Allibone estimated that the amount required would be $384.06¼.

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