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[ New York, February 14, 1790. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by George A. Leavitt & Company, May 10, 1883, Lot 1075.
[ New York, September 23, 1790. On September 29, 1790, Appleton wrote to Hamilton : “I am favoured with yours of 23d Inst.” Letter not found. ]
I have received your favor of the 23d instant and observe the forms and Circular of the 16th have reached you. Before this gets to hand you will receive a number of Blank Certificates for the subscribers to the New Loan. The Warrants for Indents issued by the late Board of Treasury cannot with safety or propriety be received at the Loan Offices. The old emission Money is directed in the...
In your future receipts of old emission money it will be well if possible to cancel it when you are counting it. The operation may perhaps be performed then without loss of time. In that sent on from some of the offices a number of counterfeits have been found. I wish to know if you have discovered any considerable proportion, and I must request that the greatest care be used in examining the...
I am of opinion it will be most proper that a person having a general power to transfer stock should not transfer to himself. He may as well transfer to a third person, who can afterwards transfer to him, which will avoid all question. When you issue new certificates on a transfer of stock, it will be well that on the back of the cancelled certificate (or file of cancelled certificates, if...
Treasury Department, February 8, 1791. Announces that Appleton has been selected by the President to pay “Pensions to Invalids for the space of one year.” LS , with an insertion in H’s handwriting, MS Division, New York Public Library. The United States had assumed the payment of military pensions to invalids “who were wounded and disabled during the late war” by “An Act providing for the...
Mr. H LeRoy informs me that he will probably have a sum of money in Boston for which he will be glad to receive an equal sum here. I have told him that if he will cause it to be placed in your hands you will receive it and give duplicate receipts upon one of which the amount received will be reimbursed here. This you will accordingly do to the extent of thirty thousand dollars. If you should...
You will find enclosed LeRoy and Bayard’s first bill at five days sight on Stephen Higginson for ten thousand dollars dated Philadelphia the 28th. of February payable to my order as Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, with which you are charged in the Books of the Register. This sum is to be applied to the discharge of the interest on the public debt that will be payable at your...
Treasury Department, March 2, 1791. “You will find enclosed LeRoy and Bayard’s second bill.…” LS , The Bostonian Society, Boston. The remainder of this letter is exactly the same as the other letter which H sent to Appleton on this date.
You have been instructed fourteen days before interest becomes due in each quarter, to close your office and balance your books. As the provision for the payment of interest in each state for the ensuing quarter must be regulated by the sums which shall appear on the books of each Commissioner at the period of closing them either as “funded” or “unfunded” stock or in other words as stock...