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Pursuant to a conversation which I had with you while in this city I have concluded to offer to Lt. Izzard the place of Aid de camp in my family. I have mentioned to Mr. Izzard that you will dispense with the form of an application to you as Commanding General of the district. Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. H to George Izard, November 18, 1799 .
I expressed to you my wish in conversation that you would be so good as to fix upon and name to me characters for Officers of the Inspector Department within your Command. Inclosed are letters lately received respecting Major Beale for your informa tion Major Campbell you will remember is also a respectable Candidate for Division Inspector. Capt. E. Tay lor is appointed a Brigade Inspector— (...
The Secy. of War has Sent to me for Distribution a number of copies of ye. Contract with James OHara, of which I herewith enclose to you Seven for the use of your the Posts within your District— With great consideration & Esteem I am Sir yr. st— ( Df , in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I send you enclosed for your information a Copy of a letter which I have written to the Deputy Qr. Master General within my district— Sketching the outlines of the duty of that Officer. With Copy, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. H to Aaron Ogden, April 15, 1800 ; H to James McHenry, April 19, 1800 .
I am desired by the French Ambassador to inclose to your Excellency a Petition of Mary Collet, a Person unknown to me, but the wife of an officer, whom the french ambassador has reasons to wish to serve, The case is equally unknown to me, with the Persons, I can therefore only recommend both to your Excellencies attention Knowing very well that Justice & Humanity will have their due weight...
I send you duplicate of my official letter of the 13 of August. If necessary for me to send duplicate recruiting instructions I will do it upon your intimation— Capt. Massey has some time since been ordered to Norfolk Yr. truly & Affectly. ( Df , in the handwriting of Ethan Brown, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
Sincerely commisserating the distresses of the Citizens of Charleston, occasioned by the late unfortunate fires—I take the liberty of offering, through you, my mite toward their relief; without any desire of having my name mentioned. With affectionate regard I am always Yours ScC .
I have just recd. the enclosed letter to which I have returned the following answer— “ The whole Your letter of the 20th. of Decr. I have recd. The whole of the transactions therein mentioned having happened within the Sphere of Genl. Pinckney’s command, it is his province to attend to your request—All I can therefore do therefore in this case is to write to Genl. P. & inclose yr. letter to...
Enclosed are a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury and one from the Secretary of War. It would appear from the extract of a letter from Captain Taylor which is likewise enclosed that my letter to Col. Read on the subject must have miscarried. You will oblige me by — giving promptly the necessary directions in the case— With great ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton...
I send you a letter from — Mr. James Mitchell with my reply to it. As the letter appears to complain of the conduct of an Officer of the U States I have thought proper to pay it some degree of attention. W— ( Df , in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).