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    • 1800-04-30


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I have the honor of enclosing an Abstract of the Inspection Returns of Major Jackson’s Districts; the District Inspection Return of March was unaccompanied by the Company Inspection Returns, nor have they been received since; those of April were forwarded with that of the District. The Abstract is formed from both of them; though the errors and inaccuracies so obvious in all these Returns,...
Not having the honor of hearing from you on the subject, of Doctor Davis joining the Regiment as second mate, it becomes my duty to communicate to you the necessity of Doctor Douglass having an assistant, the Regimental duty in the medical Department, is really too weighty to rest on one Gentleman—Doctor Douglass has been very attentive to the duties of his station, & I should suppose him...
My duty commands me, to announce to you, my arrival, at this place, on the twelth instant from Canton. The furlough, you were so good, to grant me expires, with this day, and I hasten to make known, my most sincere acknowledgements for the favor. I remain Sir, with the most perfect respect your obedient Servant ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).