From Daniel Brent1
Washington, January 27, 1794. Encloses a “letter for Mr Jones”2 and states: “Whenever I may be useful to you in Virga, I beg you to have no scruple about honoring me with your commands.”
ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
2. Edward Jones was one of two “principal clerks” in the office of the Secretary of the Treasury.