To Daniel Bradley, 1 October 1799
New York October 1st. 99
I have received Your letter of the eighth of September, and have written to the Superintendant of military stores urging that a supply of woolen overalls be immediately forwarded to you at Staunton.
General Pinckney is now at Newport. I have communicated to him your request on the subject of a furlough, and trust that you will soon have the permission which you desire.
With great considerat. I am, Sir
(Df, in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).