Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from John Jay, 2 January 1790

From John Jay

New York 2d January 1790.


I have now the honor of transmitting to you herewith enclosed the extracts1 requested in your letter to me of the 2d. November last, and am with great respect and esteem &c.

John Jay

LC, Papers of the Continental Congress, National Archives.

1At the bottom of this letter is the following:

“List of papers mentioned in, and transmitted with the aforegoing letter.

No. 1. Abstracts and Extracts from the Secret Journals of Congress.
2. Extracts of letters from the Secret Committee, and Committee of foreign Affairs.
3. Extracts of letters from Mr. Silas Deane.
4. Extracts of letters from Mr. Arthur Lee.
5. Extracts of letters from Dr. Franklin.
6. Extracts of letters from the Joint Commissioners at the Court of France.
7. Letter from Mr. Thomas Barclay to the Secretary for foreign affairs of 29th. June 1782, his account current with the United States dated 16th August 1782, and a recapitulation of goods purchased by Messrs. John de Neufville and Son, and disposed of by Mr. Barclay dated 14th. December 1782.…”

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