Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Caleb Gibbs, 16 February 1793

From Caleb Gibbs1

Barre [Massachusetts] February 16, 1793. “The foregoing Duplicate2 My Dear Friend I forward apprehensive that my Letters must have miscarried or otherwise I should certainly have heard from you ere this. Let me repeat my solicitations and ask an answer, feel for me, call up your esteem for me, Let me not be a cast off.…”

ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.

1Gibbs and H had been close friends during the American Revolution when both had been aides-de-camp to George Washington.

2The enclosure was a duplicate of Gibbs to H, September 10, 1792.

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