Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Colonel Samuel Blachley Webb, [22 February 1781]

To Colonel Samuel Blachley Webb

[New Windsor, New York, February 22, 1781]

My Dear Sir

From different occurrences since your letter to the General arrived I have seen no favourable moment to present it.1 It shall try its fortune to day and you shall hear from me tomorrow. Assure yourself that whatever depends on me shall be done. Mrs H——’s compliments.


A Hamilton

ALS, Yale University Library.

1Webb was apparently attempting to obtain a leave. See H to Webb, March 2, 1781.

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