Alexander Hamilton Papers

Conveyance by Lease and Release to Gulian Verplanck, 27 April 1793

Conveyance by Lease and Release
to Gulian Verplanck1

[Philadelphia] April 27, 1793. “… Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of Two thousand four hundred pounds current money of the State of New York … paid by the said Gulian VerPlank … HAVE granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed, and by these Presents DO grant, bargain, Sell, alien, release, and Confirm unto the said Gulian VerPlank … and to his heirs and assigns for ever ALL that certain messuage or Dwelling House and the Store House thereunto adjoining, as also a Lot of Ground whereon the said Dwelling House and Stone House do stand,… situate lying and being in the ward lately called the South ward of the City of New York, pointing to a certain Street called Wall Street.…”

D, signed by Elizabeth Hamilton and H, New Haven Colony Historical Society, New Haven, Connecticut.

1For background to this document, see Verplanck to H, September 10, 1792, and March 17, 1793.

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