To Henry Muhlenberg, 30 October 1799
NY. Ocr 30th—99
I have received your letter of the Twenty seventh instant; and have written to Mr Miller the Asst. Qur Mr General requesting him to have the obstacle to your march immediately removed—I have also written to
all the Superintendant of Military Stores desiring him to have supply your men with woolen overalls.
(Df, in the handwriting of Thomas Y. How, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).