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The Works of Alexander Hamilton, ed. Henry Cabot Lodge (Federal Edition) (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1904). In 12 vols. Vol. 10.
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Oct. 26, 1795.
I have noticed a piece in the Aurora, under the signature of the “Calm Observer,” which I think requires explanation, and I mean to give one with my name.1 I have written to Mr. Wolcott for material from the books of the treasury.
Should you think it proper to meet the vile insinuation in the close of it, by furnishing for one year the account of expenditure of the salary, I will with pleasure add what may be proper on that point. If there be any such account signed by Mr. Lear, it may be useful.
I wrote to you some days since, directed to you at Philadelphia, chiefly on the subject of young La Fayette. I mention it merely that you may have knowledge that there is such a letter, in case it has not yet come to hand.
I touched in it upon a certain intercepted letter. The more I have reflected, the more I am of opinion that it is advisable the whole should speedily appear.
This reply was duly published. See above, “The Explanation,” vol. viii., p. 122.