From William Seton
Bank of New York 16th. Feby 91
I am honored with your letter of the 11th.1 and agreable to your desire enclose a return of the Treasurers Bills on the Collectors now in Bank undispos’d of. You will please to observe that there are of these Bills
|No||882 on Newbern for||900 dollars||dated 7 Jany 1791|
|883 on Edenton||200|
|884 on Savanah||400|
have been already credited to the Treasurers Account in Bank being part of Bills for 5300 Dollars which The Treasurer sent here on the 11th. January, desiring they might be instantly passed to his Credit or returned to him. Of course if the negotiation of these Bills is stopt, the Treasurers Account must be debited with the amount, or any arrangement shall be made that you may please to point out.
I have the honor to be
LC, Bank of New York, New York City.
1. Letter not found.