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[ Providence, March 28, 1793. On April 5, 1793, Hamilton wrote to Brown : “Your letter of the 28th. of March came to hand yesterday.” Letter not found. ]
The first of this instant I met General Wilkeson at head Quarters. He ask’d me if I had receiv’d a letter from you I answered him in the negative he seemed Surprised & Says you certainly have. I assured him I had not he then called his Aid and ask’d him who he gave the letter to (mentioning the one directed to me). Mr. Wade told the Genl. he had given it to the Quarter Master Generals Boatmen...
Philadelphia, February 28, 1800. “I have this Day Recd. a Letter from Mr. Bogert, Adviseing me that his Ill helth was Such that he Could Not go to Albaney and that he therefore committed the Buissiness of my Petition to Genl. Hamilton which would have beene perfectly Agreeable to me if you Could have Attended to the Same. He Informs me of your Return, and does not Advise weither you have...