To Ebenezer Stevens, 11 November 1799
New-York Novr. 11th. 1799
The Deputy Paymaster General being shortly expected in this City, Quarters of course, must be provided for him—I am informed that a suitable house is to be had in Greenwich Street, near the Albany Bason; which I request you to engage for his and the Adjutant General’s Offices—Application is to be made to Mr. Euen at No. 46 Greenwich Street, or, at his Counting house, Corner of Gouverneur’s lane and Front Street—I have promised that he would hear from you to day
With great considerations I am Sir yr. obedt. Servt.
P.S. I send you herewith the papers of the Snow Acteon among them the Passport I am anxious to hear that she has sailed and wish to know what the other part of the Cargo consist of—and on whose account—
(LS, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown and H, New-York Historical Society, New York City; Df, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).