To Gulian Verplanck1
March 26, 1792
You will please to pay to William Seton Esquire cashier of your institution, fifty thousand dollars to be applied by him towards purchases of the public debt on account of the United States—which shall be covered by a warant in due form. With great consideration,
I have the honor to be, gentlemen, Your obd’t serv’t
Sec’y of the Treasury
Gulian Verplanck, Esq.
Cashier of the Bank of New York2
ALS, from typescript supplied by Mr. Arthur P. Morgan, Princeton, New Jersey.
2. This is a mistake, for Seton was the cashier of the Bank of New York.