To Gulian Verplanck
Treasury Department March 30th 1792
As it will be convenient to you to be apprized of the alterations in the business of the Treasury, which take place from time to time in consequence of arrangements with the Bank of the united States, I think it expedient to inform you, that the receipt and exchange for Specie of the Bank notes and Cash notes of the Institution over which you preside, will be discontinued in the Custom houses out of the City of New York in a few weeks after the receipt of a circular letter written this day.1
I have the honor to be Sir Your most obedt Servt
Secy of the Treasy
The President of the Bank
of New York
LS, The Andre deCoppet Collection, Princeton University Library.