From John F. Hamtramck, 9 April 1800
Pittsburgh April 9th. 1800
I have the honor to acknowledge your Letter of the 21st of March to General Wilkinson inclosing a Copy of one of the same date to Major Rivardi, relative to three Horses being killed by some Soldiers at Niagara.
Enclosed is the original Letter of Capt Miller, a Copy of which is sent to General Wilkinson. Also enclosed is the last Monthly Return of the Brigade.
I have the honor to be Sir with Very great Respect your Most obedient and Very humble Servent
J F Hamtramck
(LS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress), enclosing Edward Miller to Hamtramck, January 21, 1800 (copy, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress); Hamtramck to James Wilkinson, April 9, 1800 (LS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress). In the letter from John Hamtramck to Hamilton, there is an "X" mark to the left of the first line of the second paragraph.