Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, [9 August 1793]

To George Washington

[Philadelphia, August 9, 1793]

The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to present his respects to The President of the UStates and to send him the enclosed1 which is just come to hand by post. The Secretary would wait upon the President personally with it, but for the lateness of the hour.

LC, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.

1Enclosure not found, but presumably it concerned the resolutions adopted by New York citizens commending Washington’s neutrality policy. See Washington to H, August 10, 1793; Robert Troup to H, August 8, 1793, note 1.

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