Report of a
Committee of the Trustees of Columbia College
New York, March 13, 1788. On this date Hamilton and Morgan Lewis,1 members of a committee to whom was referred an “Application of Messrs. Van Zandt and Kettlelas,”2 reported that the two men had offered to pay in 1776 the full amount of principal and interest due on their bond to the college in continental currency and that the treasurer of the college had refused the payment.
D, signed by H and Morgan Lewis, Columbia University Libraries.
1. Lewis was a New York lawyer.
2. Winant (Wynant) Van Zandt and Peter Keteltas, prominent New York merchants.