To Alexander Hamilton
Sunday 1st Feby 1795
I received the enclosed letter with the document therein, last night.1
For reasons which will appear obvious, I make you acquainted with the contents of them—being Yours
ALS, DLC: Alexander Hamilton Papers.
1. See Tench Coxe to GW, 31 January. Hamilton summarized that enclosure on the cover of this letter: “This covered a letter from Mr Coxe of the 31 of January 1795 contains a charge against Mr Woolcott for my having committed to him & he having exercised the duties of Secy of the Treasury in my absence on the western expedition.”