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[ n.p., n.d. “Forward the enclosed with as much expedition and certainty as you can (I don’t mean that an express should be employed) and say nothing about it.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., December 3, 1963, Lot 2235, Item 112. The dealer’s catalogue dates this letter “Philadelphia, 4 April, 1799.” On April 4, 1799, H was in New York City, not Philadelphia....
I would advise you to close with Mr. Hobart on his own terms; only fix what is a reasonable time: say three four five or six months, the longer the better. Let a fair copy of the paper inclosed be signed with a receipt at bottom for the money in specie. This may, if necessary be afterwards put more in form. Yrs. ALS , Mr. A. J. Marino, Weehawken, New Jersey. This letter, which is addressed to...
Mr. Hamiltons compliments to Mr Wooster. General Stewart has been under some misapprehension respecting Mr. Hs desire to see Mr. Wooster. AL , United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. H wrote on the outside of this letter “Capt Wooster.” Thomas Wooster of Connecticut was a captain in Webb’s Additional Continental Regiment from February, 1777, to April, 1779. He was an applicant...