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of 8 May carried a notice, dated 6 May, by “One of the Committee” (Hanson) announcing a forthcoming reply to the address of the minority. This reply, no doubt for the reasons Hanson suggested, did not appear in the Maryland papers, and JM evidently did not attempt to get it published in Richmond. Hanson’s draft is printed in
In a 10 Nov. 1790 letter of introduction that Clark apparently presented to GW at Mount Vernon in November 1790, Maryland chancellor Alexander Contee Hanson repeated his opinion that “there is no person in America better qualified for executing the trust, or employment, which he sollicits” (
A C Hanson
. Hanson was chancellor of Maryland.
Hanson is referring to Philadelphia wine merchant Henry Hill.
from Alexander Contee Hanson, . On 7 March, GW wrote Hanson: “Your letter of the 22d Ulto has been duly received.”
Mr. & Mrs. Hanson are highly flattered by having it in their power to acknowledge the honor of an invitation to dine with Mr. & Mrs. Adams, and certainly do not regret less than Mr. & Mrs. Adams the circumstances which...