Treasury Department Circular
to the Governors of the States
Treasury Department November 13th 1793
The Commissioners for settling the accounts between the united States and the Individual States having made their final report to the President, dated the 29th of June 17931 I am to announce to Your Excellency, that a Balance of [Seventy five thousand and fifty five Dollars]2 has been reported by the said Commissioners in favour of the State of [New Hampshire.]
I have the honor to be with respect3 Your Excellency’s most obedient Servant
Secretary of the Treasy
LS, to Josiah Bartlett, Mr. Lucius S. Ruder, Clearwater, Florida: LS, to Joshua Clayton, Delaware State Archives, Dover; LS, to Arthur Fenner, Rhode Island State Archives, Providence; LS, to Henry Lee, Mr. Clem D. Johnston, Roanoke, Virginia.
2. The amount varies in each of the circulars.
3. The words “with respect” are in H’s handwriting.