Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Thomas FitzSimons, [15 September 1790]

To Thomas FitzSimons

[New York, September 15, 1790]

Dr Sir,

The hurry of business has prevented my thanking you sooner for your letter of the 6th1 and the trouble you have been so obliging, as to take towards providing me with a house. I doubt not the one obtained will answer very well my purpose. Its proximity to my office is a great recommendation of it.

Inclosed is an order on your bank of the Treasurer in favour of  2 for four hundred dollars, for the years rent according to your agreement. I remain with much esteem & regard   Dr Sir   Your Obed Ser

A. Hamilton

Thomas FitSimmons, Esqr

ALS, Estate of Stuart Chevalier, Pasadena, California.

1Letter not found. See H to FitzSimons, September 1, 1790.

2Space left blank in MS.

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