George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Alexander Hamilton, 9 August 1793

From Alexander Hamilton

[Philadelphia] 9 Augt 1793

The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to present his respects to The President of the U. States and to send him the enclosed which is just come to hand by post.1 The Secretary would wait upon the President personally with it, but for the lateness of the hour.


1For the enclosed material, see the Citizens of New York City to GW, 8 Aug. 1793, and note 2. For GW’s reaction to these enclosures, see GW to Hamilton, 10 Aug. 1793.

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