Alexander Hamilton Papers
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From Alexander Hamilton to Major General Nathanael Greene, [31 May 1779]

To Major General Nathanael Greene [redated]

[Middlebrook, New Jersey, May 31, 1779]

Dr Sir,

The General requests you will send some discreet person to Brunswick to ascertain the No of Boats in the River. A countryman that is judicious & trusty would give less suspicion than an officer. It should if possible be a person acquainted with the place. His inquiries will be the more easily accepted. The more hurry & dispatch the better.

DS   Yr obt Serv

AH   Aide De Camp

JCH Transcripts description begins John C. Hamilton Transcripts. These transcripts are owned by Mr. William H. Swan, Hampton Bays, New York, and have been placed on loan in the Columbia University Libraries. description ends ; ALS, Library of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.

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