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James A[lexander] Hamilton to MVB, 15 June 1815


Dr. sir. 

I have made arrangements for the payment of to <Mr> King the amount of his a/c you will therefore give yourself no further trouble on that Subject. I find there is no such thing as getting you to attend to Small matters now, and must therefore proceed to revive the Judgt against John [. . .] and Issue Execution for the [. . .] as taxed in doing which I do not [. . .] you will accuse me of more haste tha[n] is proper. Let me know the amt of <Clerks> Bill. That I may pay it Jacob R. Van Rensselaer. Who is an honorable man charges me in a/c with 6 <illegible> $ paid Van Vechten. atty Genl. on for <Clerks> fees can I know if I have received such a credit and if the a/c ^amt.^ you demand is a Ballance or what. I feel much interest in ascertaining these facts at as Early a day as I can civilly & Politially you know my opinion & when it will answer any good purpose others shall also Know it. My Sci fa will be returned in Augt. next.

Your very humble


James AHamilton

Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 3 (17 February 1815-2 December 1821)