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To Alexander Hamilton from Benjamin Wells, 29 April 1800

From Benjamin Wells1

Philadelphia
Aprill 29th 1800

Sir

moneys advanced to me for Expences while you was Secretary of the treasury and for actual allowances under the acts of the President are rendered as a Charge against me which I wish you to Explain to the Commissionor of the revenue2 which will mutch oblige your most obedient

Servant

Benj Wells

ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.

1For background to this letter, see H to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., March 12, 1800.

2William Miller.

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