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New York, August 31, 1788. Writes concerning a litigation between William Duer and John McCrea. Asks Lush to represent Hamilton’s client, William Duer, before the Court of Chancery in Albany. ALS , Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston. Lush was an Albany lawyer.
[ New York, December 31, 1786. The catalogue description of this letter states that Hamilton alluded “to the necessity of his attending the legislature of New York in January.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at Anderson Galleries, January 10, 1908, Lot 105. Stephen Lush of Troy, New York, had been active in the Revolution. After the war he entered into business in Albany and was elected a...