Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Tench Coxe, [28 August 1794]

From Tench Coxe

[Philadelphia, August 28, 1794]

If Mr. Hamilton has recd. the letters from & to Mr. Brackenridge1 Mr Coxe will thank him for them by the Bearer. It will require some part of this day & to Morrow to copy the latter.2

Col. Miller3 is not expected for several Days.

AL, Tench Coxe Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

1Coxe is referring to a letter, dated August 8, 1794, which Hugh H. Brackenridge wrote to him and his answer to Brackenridge of August 26, 1794. For this correspondence, see H to George Washington, August 15, 1794.

2At the bottom of Coxe’s letter printed above H wrote the following: “I requested by a note to see you this morning at my house. The above letter was one subject. Yrs AH. Augt 28 94.” See H to Coxe, August 28, 1794.

3Henry Miller, supervisor of the revenue for the District of Pennsylvania. See H to Coxe, June 28, 1794.

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