To George Washington
Pittsburgh November 19. 1794
7 o Clock in the Morng
I wrote you the day before yesterday by express. Nothing material remains to be said. The army is generally in motion homeward; the Virginia line by way of Morgan Town to Winchester &c. The Maryland by way of Union Town to Williamsport &c. The Pensylvania & New Jersey by the old Pensylvania route to Bedford. The Judiciary is industrious in prosecuting the examinations of prisoners among whom there is a sufficient number of proper ones for examples & with sufficient evidence.1 Col Gaddis2 has been brought in.
With perfect respect & true attachment I have the honor Yr obed st
P In five Minutes I set out for Philadelphia.
ALS, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress; copy, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.