From William R. Putnam
Marietta [Ohio] Decemr 12th 1803
your last1 inclosing thirty dollars has been receiv’d & your taxes paid—and your acct stands thus
|1803||Viz Dr||to ballance of old account||$3.572|
|Oct||to postage of a letter||.503|
|29||to taxes paid (see bill)||13.394|
|Cr||By cash per mail||30|
|Ballance Cr||$7.54||for 1804.|
I am Sir your Obedient Sert
Wm Rufus Putnum
The Hbl. A Hamilton Esqr
ALS, Yale University Library.
3. Letter not found.
4. In the Yale University Library there is a receipt which reads: “Recie’d of Wm Rufus Putnam thirteen dols and thirty nine Cents, being the amount of taxes upon Alexander Hamiltons lands for the present year. Duplicates signed Marietta Oct 29th 1803
Wm Skinner Sheriff