From Charles W. Hare, 12 March 1799
Philadelphia March 12 1799.
I have the honor now to enclose to you the interrogatories to be put to the witnesses in Dr Osborne’s case. My ignorance of it’s merits may perhaps have omitted some which were necessary to it’s complete elucidation. If you however should not deem it improper Major Wilcocks has my consent to put any others which you approve of.
I am Sir with the highest respect Your most obt. Servant
C. W. Hare
(ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing the "interrogatories to be put to the witnesses in Dr. Osborne’s case" (ADS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress). On the cover of the ALS from Charles Hare to Hamilton, H wrote a draft of his reply: "other cases having required the appointment of a Court Martial here Doct Osbornes trial will take place here." Letter not found.