To Edmund Randolph
[8 May 1793.]
I understood Colo. H. yesterday that he should confer again with the President on the subject of our deliberation. As that is not exactly the channel thro’ which I would wish my objections to be represented, should the President mention the subject to you, I will thank you to communicate to him this note, or it’s substance.
PrC (DLC); undated; unsigned; letter-pressed upside down at foot of TJ to Randolph, 8 May 1793, the document enclosed with it. Internal evidence suggests that the missing RCs of these documents were written on separate sheets.
For the subject of our deliberation, see Notes on Alexander Hamilton and the Enforcement of Neutrality, 6 May 1793, and note.