To Nathaniel Appleton1
Treasury Department, March 7, 1794. “I have directed the Treasurer2 … to remit to you … Sixty thousand Dollars … to discharge the Interest, which will become due the 31st. of the present month, on the several species of Stock standing on your books.… Summary statements of the Stock drawing Interest … are expressly intended to regulate my remittances to you. I have to request that you will be more punctual in that respect.…”
LS, The Bostonian Society, Boston.
1. Appleton was commissioner of loans for Massachusetts.
2. Samuel Meredith.