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To Alexander Hamilton from John Wilkes, 26 October 1803

From John Wilkes1

New-York, 26th October 1803


I am desired to inform you, That Aa. Giles2 Note for One thousand Dollars endorsed by you was protested yesterday Evening for non-payment, and that the Holder looks to you for payment of it.

I am, Sir, Your most obedient Servant,

John Wilkes.

A. Hamilton Esqe

LS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.

1Wilkes was a notary public at 27 William Street in New York City.

2Aquila Giles, a resident of Kings County, served in the New York Assembly from 1788 to 1793. From May, 1792, to March, 1801, he was United States marshal for the District of New York.

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