Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Charles Lee, 4 July 1792

To Charles Lee1

Treasury Department
July 4 1792.


I have to request that the Boat mentioned in your letter of the 11th of April last2 may be delivered to the Collector of Cedar Point.3

In your letter, under date the 21st of September last, was enclosed a copy of an order of the District Court for compensating Charles Page, who was called as a Witness in the suit against William Simpson, which, agreeably to my Circular letter of the 8th Ultimo, can now be settled.

I am, Sir, with consideration,   Your Obedt Servant.

A Hamilton

Charles Lee Esqr.

LS, RG 56, Letters to and from the Collector at Alexandria, National Archives; LC, Letters to Collectors at Small Ports, “Set G,” National Archives.

1Lee was collector of customs at Alexandria, Virginia.

2Letter not found.

3John Coates Jones was appointed collector of customs at Cedar Point, Maryland, on August 10, 1790.

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