To Josias Carvel Hall, 24 October 1799
N. York Oct. 24th. 1799
I have just recd. yr. letter of the 20th inst.
I can only lament, that notwithstandg. the assurances made to me both verbally and by letter, and
⟨may⟩ very urgent & reiterated remonstrances requisitions a the transmission of money for your regiment experiences a so painful a delay—
ne hope nevertheless that by this time effectual measures have been taken to obviate complaints of that kind, I am Sir the difficulty. The matter has received a ⟨just⟩ attention from me—
With great consideration &c—
P.S. I thank you for the information Contd. in yr. confidential letter—
(Df, in the handwriting of Ethan Brown and H, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).