From William R. Davie
Paris,1 April 7th. 1800
Your letter with its inclosures2 were duly received. I have sent you the État militaire de la République Française for the present year.3 We hear nothing from the U States. The campaign had not opened on the Rhine the second of this month; all is, as yet, tranquil here.
I am with the most sincere respect and esteem Your mo obt
Wm. R Davie
ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
1. For Davie’s mission to France, see Theodore Sedgwick to H, February 25, 1799, note 4; H to George Washington, first letter of October 21, 1799, note 2.
2. Letter not found.
3. Etat Militaire de la République Françoise, pour l’ and 8, par l’adjudant conmmandent Champeaux (Paris, 1800). This volume was one of a series published annually.