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I did not answer your Letter of the 29th. till I should see Mr. Verplanck, which I did just as I receivd your further Letter of the 1st. He says in a few days he will pay the money on your account, as soon as some error in the Deed &c which had been returned was corrected. Your draft for 500 has not appeared but shall be punctually honored. Enclosed is a Sketch of your account with the Bank,...
I have been much chagrined at the delay in forwarding you the required papers, but when so many are concerned, it is difficult to go on very fast, tho I do assure you I got them finished as quick as I possibly could. The President forwards them on to you this day, and I trust they will be satisfactory, tho it mortifies me, that they should be always giving you so much vexation and trouble. I...
New York, April 4, 1791. “Agreeable to the request expressed in your letter of the 31st. Mr. William Hill has been paid Five thousand Dollars.…” LC , Bank of New York, New York City. Letter not found. See Seton to H, March 28, 1791 .
[ New York, May 27, 1794. On June 16, 1794, Seton wrote to Hamilton : “On the 27 & 28th of last month I took the liberty of writing you an official and private Letter.” Letter of May 27 not found. ]
On the 27 & 28th of last month I took the liberty of writing you an official and private Letter, the former enclosing the accounts respecting the dispatching Mr. Jay, and the latter more particularly requesting the Character of a William Acres who says he formerly lived with you. I am ashamed and chagrined to trespass upon your time which I know to be so fully occupied with affairs of the...
By my Public Letter you will see I have compleated the investiture of the 150,000 Dollars in the purchase of Stock—in fact it was finished the middle of last week but I could not get some of the Transfers passed till this day. The whole stands now in the Name of the Vice President &ca. I wish to know if I am to take out the Certificates & forward them & to whom. Great as this relief has been...
I have to acknowledge the honor of your Letter of the 1st. instant. Whenever Mr. John McComb Junr. exhibits the contract signed by you & him the Three Thousand Dollars shall be paid to him as you desire and passed to the Debit of the United States in the Seperate Accounts. On the 16th. of Feby. agreeably to your desire we stopt the sale of the Treasurers Bills on the Collector then in Bank, as...
I am honored with your Letters of the 8th & 10th. The Commissioner of Loans not having required the anticipated Credit of Twenty Thousand Dollars, the Treasurers Check for Thirty thousand Dollars is all that has passed to his Credit. I delivered your Letter to the Commr. of Loans upon the subject of the Transfer to the Books of the Treasury for the Debt purchased by me for Account of the...
By the post in an official Letter I forward to you the accounts respecting Mr. Jays embarkation, in which I hope I have acquitted myself to your Satisfaction. I must trespass upon your time to beg the favour you will inform me any day this week—The Character of a William Acres, who informs me he lived with you as a Steward or in some place of trust—he is recommended for the place of Porter to...
I am honored with your Letter of the 15th. enclosing a resolution of the Trustees of the Sinking fund, in consequence of which you direct me to purchase public Debt to the amount of 150,000 Dollars at the limits therein prescribed. I am very much flattered and very thankfull for this confidence reposed in me, the more so, as the execution of the business thro’ me will be a great accomodation...