Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Nathaniel Leonard, 27 April 1799

From Nathaniel Leonard, 27 April 1799

Windsor April 27. 1799


Lt. Yates arived at this place on the night of the 25 Instant & handed me yours of the 17 Instant, Incloseing money for the payment of the recruits &c—

I shall proceed immediately to Muster the Men & when compleated, shall proceed with them on to N York (vis Albany) agreeable to your orders—

I have made my Arangments to leave this place by the 4 day of May—

I shall be at Albany on the 12th same month—

I am sir your with respect

Nath Leonard

Gen. Hamilton

(ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress). On the cover H wrote a draft of his reply: "If this letter shall find him at Albany, ⟨he wi⟩ & no arrangements involving expence shall have been made for transporting him to this City, he will remain at Albany—till further order."

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