To Thomas Willing1
[Philadelphia, July 27, 1792]
Mr. Hamilton presents his Compliments to Mr Willing and sends him a letter2 which came to hand by yesterday’s post for his information. Tis probable, as is not uncommon, when men are in a confessing mood, that more has been confessed, than is true; yet the communication deserves particular attention, as it is certain that the Gang mentioned are the most ingenious set of forgers that perhaps ever infested a Country.
AL, Independence National Historical Park Collection, Old Custom House, Philadelphia.
1. Willing was president of the Bank of the United States.
2. Letter not found.