From Thomas Smith
Loan Office [Philadelphia] Penna. March 28th 1792.
The amount of Stock on the books of this office subject to Interest for the Quarter ending the 31st March 1792 is as follows Viz.
|Amot. of 6 Ct. Funded Stock||4201.79|
|Interest from the 1st Octr. 1791.||126. 5|
|Amot. of Ditto||1203686.55|
|Interest on Do. from Jany. 1. 1792||18055.29|
|Amot. of 3 Ct. Stock||361.55|
|Interest on Do. from Octr. 1. 1791||5.42|
|Amot. of Do||582,824.25|
|Intt on do from Jany 1. 1792||4371.18|
|Amot. of 6 Ct Stock assumed Debt||299.404.95|
|Intt. from Jany. 1. 1792.||4491. 7|
|Amot of 3 Ct. Do Do||239,737.22|
|Int. from Jany. 1. 1792.||1798. 2|
|Total Dollars||28.847. 3|
exclusive of the Interest to the State of Pennsa. which amounts as my Letter the 28th of Febuary last to 13.982 Dollars 14 Cents.
From the importunate necessity of my Clerks, who have not received their Wages for two Quarters past I am under the necessity of praying your attention for the payment of their Salarys. I flatter myself that after a few months the greater part of their services may be dispensed with.
I have the honor to be with the greatest respect Sir your most obedt Hble servt
Thomas Smith Com Loans
Honble. Alexander Hamilton
Secty Treay. United States
ALS, RG 53, Pennsylvania State Loan Office, Letter Book, 1790–1794, Vol. “615-P,” National Archives.