From Andrew G. Fraunces
New-York May 16, 1793.
Warrants for a considerable amount of the late Treasurer of the United States, and on certain Loan-Officers, drawn by the late Board of Treasury, are put into my hands, in order that I may obtain a settlement from the Treasury of the United States.
In turning over the laws relative to appropriations, I observe provision was made in the year 1789, for this purpose.43 As I do not wish to make a journey to Philadelphia, unless the business could be done, I have taken the liberty of troubling you in this way, and of requesting you to favor me, by saying whether they will be paid on presentment or not.
I have the honor to be, with respect and esteem, Sir, your most obedient servant,
Andrew G. Fraunces.
The Hon. A. Hamilton, Esq. Secretary
of the Treasury of the United States.
An Appeal to the Legislature of the United States, and to the Citizens Individually, of the Several States. Against the Conduct of the Secretary of the Treasury. By Andrew G. Fraunces, Citizen of the State of New-York, Late in the Treasury of the United States. “E tenebris elucidit lux.” Printed for Andrew G. Fraunces, Esq. (n. p., 1793), 11.