Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Otho H. Williams, 6 February 1790

From Otho H. Williams

Baltimore, February 6, 1790. Will “cheerfully execute the pleasure of the President respecting the payment of pensions to Invalids in this State.”1 Transmits “Account Current against the United States, with Bond account; both accompanied with Notes to explain the circumstance of their disagreeing from the Weekly returns heretofore transmitted.”

ALS, RG 53, “Old Correspondence,” Baltimore Collector, National Archives.

1The letter to Williams concerning pensions to invalids has not been found, but see H to Jedediah Huntington, January 30, 1790; H to John Haywood, February 2, 1790; and H to Jeremiah Olney, February 4, 1790.

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