Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Isaac Moses, 24 April 1791

From Isaac Moses1

New York, April 24, 1791. “Whilst Congress was in Session I would not disturb you, I now beg leave to Remind you of your promise, in giving me a Deed for the House and I will execute a Mortage for £800, you will greatly Oblige me by Condecending to this mode, as I think all the Mony I have paid On a Very loose foundation.…”

ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.

1Beginning in the seventeen-eighties H had acted for Moses, a New York City merchant, in various legal affairs. See H’s “Cash Book,” March 1, 1782–1791.

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