Alexander Hamilton Papers

From Alexander Hamilton to Robert Morris, 29 April 1794

To Robert Morris1

T.D. April 29th 1794


I have directed the suits brought with a view to try the validity of attachments of public stock to be discontinued—being satisfied agreeably to the opinions of the Attorney General2 and the Attorney of the District3 that such Attachments cannot be supported.

I am Sir   Your Obedient Servant

The Honorable ⟨Rob⟩ert Morris Esqr.

Copy, Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford.

1Morris was United States Senator from Pennsylvania.

For background to this letter, see Oliver Wolcott, Jr., to H, January 4, 1794; H to William Rawle, January 13, 20, 25, 1794; Rawle to H, April 16, 1794; William Bradford to H, April 15, 1794.

2William Bradford.

3William Rawle, United States attorney for the District of Pennsylvania.

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