Alexander Hamilton Papers

Enclosure: Memorandum, [4 June 1791]


[Philadelphia, June 4, 1791]

Memorandum of monies specified in a warrant No. 35 dated 30th. July 1790 drawn on Thomas Smith Esquire. Vizt.

for Pennsylvania bills of credit of the new Emissions struck

in pursuance of the Act of Congress of the 18th March 17802 74,100  
loose money in ditto   544  
Amount of new Emission of Pennsylvania of 18th March 1780 74,644  
ditto of Maryland 27  
ditto of New Jersey 347  
ditto of Massachusetts 140  
ditto State Money of Pennsylvania     2 ⅔
Dollars 75,160 ⅔

Statement of the United States quota of 4/10ths. of bills emitted on the Funds of the State of Pennsylvania in March 1780. Vizt.

Quota of 4/10ths. of 1.495.000 Dollars 598.000  

On account of which Thomas Smith Esqr. Commissioner of Loans has made the following charges. Vizt.
Warrants drawn by the Board of Treasury, the Superintendant of Finance, and the Presidents of Congress 519.682.54
Commissions 1.940.70
Contingent Charges 593.45
Carried to the United States Account Current for which the Commissioner is to Account 622.41
Remitted to the Secretary of the Treasury in July 1790 75.160.60
Dollars 598.000  

Extracted from the books of Thomas Smith Esqr. Commissioner for Pennsylvania.

Ezekl. Freeman Clk.

Copy, Division of Public Records, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

1Copy, Division of Public Records, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

2JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (Washington, 1904–1937). description ends , XVI, 263–64. See Pettit to H, April 30, 1791, note 3.

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