From Samuel Jones, Junior1
[New York] October 19, 1803. “Mr S. Jones Junior begs leave to remind Gen Hamilton of the case of Mr Remsen2 adm the corporation of the City of New york respecting the water lots at Burling Slip, which the Gen. has under his consideration.…”3
AL, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
1. Jones was a New York City lawyer and the second son of Samuel Jones, first comptroller of New York State.
2. This is a reference to either Simon or Rem Remsen, sons of Peter Remsen, a New York City merchant. Simon and Rem Remsen were also merchants.