From Broome and Platt1
New Haven [Connecticut] June 30, 1786. Authorizes Hamilton to collect certain debts owed to the firm of Broome and Platt and to advise “Our Saml Broome … whether there will be room in your Office for his Son next Fall.”2
LS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
2. The endorsement on this letter reads: “Col Hamilton is requested by Mr S Broome of New H[aven] not to proceed as the within letter directs till he again hears from him. 1 Septem. 1787.”