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From Alexander Hamilton to Richard Harison, 26 June 1792

To Richard Harison

Philadelphia June 26. 1792

Dear Sir

I shall be mindful of the intimation in your letter of the 4th instant1 repecting Mr. Mc Comb;2 so that you may be secured.

Your account some how or other has remained unsettled. The Comptroller has promised to have it speedily finished. This done, the money shall be paid without delay.

With great esteem and regard   Dear Sir   Your obedient servt

Alex Hamilton

Richard Harrison Esquire

ALS, New-York Historical Society, New York City.

1Letter not found.

2John McComb, Jr., was the contractor for erecting a lighthouse at Cape Henry, Virginia.

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