To Robert Troup1
[Philadelphia, June 7, 1792. “An application is made to me by a Mr. Sarragon of South Carolina for some copies of vouchers of a claim against James Neilson which he says were sent to me in September 1789; but of which I have no present recollection. If they were sent they are with you.”2 Letter not found.]
The Collector: A Magazine for Autograph and Historical Collectors, LXV, No. 8 (August-September, 1952), 169, Item R 1461.
1. Troup, a New York lawyer, and H had been undergraduates together at King’s College before the American Revolution. When H became Secretary of the Treasury on September 11, 1789, he turned over to Troup pending litigation in which he was involved as attorney.
2. Text taken from the dealer’s catalogue.