§ From Albert Gallatin
14 November 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses papers [not found] pertaining to Colonel Cambray’s claim against the U.S. The principal is payable to him or his attorney only at the treasury, upon delivery of certificates, which Cambray may send to his attorney in this country. Encloses copy of forms that will eliminate Cambray’s fears of losing debt should certificates be lost at sea. States that no interest accrued after government offered payment in January 1793.