Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Thomas Parker, 26 September 1799

From Thomas Parker, 26 September 1799

Winchester 26th Septr 99


I have Received your letter of the 14th Instant & have now Inclosed to you a list of the officers of the 8th Regt in which we have made some alterations

Altho I had strong Reasons to Believe that Mr Little woud be appointed to fill the Vacancy of Jno C Williams I did not Give him any such assurance, & he has only to Condemn himself for the expence he has been at In ⟨—⟩ to enter into Service

I have written Two letters to Mr Taylor ordering him to Join his Regiment But have never heard from him—

we have a number of Recruits without waistcoats & the Coats are nearly Exhausted a Supply of these articles woud be Verry acceptable

with the Greatest Respect I am Sir your Obdt Servt

Thomas Parker

(ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing "List of Company Officers belonging to the 8th Regt." (DS, in Parker’s handwriting and signed by Parker, William Campbell, and Laurence Butler, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress). On the cover of the ALS from Thomas Parker, H’s note reads: "Note he has forgotten to endorse his name." There are also several markings in the left margin of the ALS, including "X" marks and printer’s fists.

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