Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Isaac Hazlehurst, 26 December 1793

To Isaac Hazlehurst1

Treasury Department
December 26. 1793


On a review of the Papers which you furnished me respecting the Sloop Hannah,2 I observe no charge for Insurance. Concluding therefore that none was made upon her, I request that you will be good enough to take the further trouble of having it done. The errand she went upon need not be declared. Some inconvenience might still arise from its being known, that this particular vessel was the bearer of the Dispatches, which she carried. With much consideration & esteem I am Sir Your obedient serv

A Hamilton

Isaac Hazelhurst Esqr

ALS, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

1For background to this letter, see H to Hazlehurst, August 23, 1793.

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