To Robert Troup1
[Philadelphia, June 30, 1792. “I think, I sometime since, requested you to settle my account with Judge Hobart.2 In turning over my papers, I find the enclosed—which I send you, in order that you may have the goodness if anything remains due, to discharge it.”3 Letter not found.]
1. ALS, sold by Kenneth W. Rendell, Inc., Catalogue No. 70, Lot 55.
2. John Sloss Hobart, a member from Suffolk County, New York, of the Provincial Congress from 1775 to 1777, was a justice of the New York Supreme Court from 1777 to 1798.
3. Text taken from the dealer’s catalogue.