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From Alexander Hamilton to James McHenry, 7 April 1800

To James McHenry1

N York April 7th. 1800

Sir,

I shall doublly bear in mind the Intimation of Mrs. Adams—and shall take great pleasure in fulfilling her wish if there shall be occurrences which shall render it not incompatible with the good of the Service.

On the disposition of the troops for the ensuring summer I shall ere long make you an official communication.

Secy. of War

Copy, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.

1This letter was written in reply to McHenry to H, April 5, 1800.

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