To George Washington1
[New York, July 9, 1795. On July 13, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton: “I have … been duly favored with your letters of the 9th, accompanying your observations on the several articles of the treaty with Great Britain, and the 10th. supplimentary thereto. Letter of July 9 not found.]
1. This letter, which was written in reply to Washington to H, July 3, 1795, was one of three letters which H sent to Washington enclosing parts of his “Remarks on the Treaty … between the United States and Great Britain,” July 9–11, 1795. The other two letters are dated July 10 and 11, 1795.