Speculation Relative to Hamilton's Presence with the Army, Etc.

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CollectionLibrary of Congress: Alexander Hamilton Papers view image
PublicationSyrett, Harold C., ed. The Papers of Alexander Hamilton. 27 Vols. New York: Columbia University Press, 1961-87. (no image)
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Date November 5, 1794
Author Name George Washington (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Alexander Hamilton (primary)
Summary Along with a discussion of the submission by the insurgents in western Pennsylvania and whether or not the houses of Congress will meet, Washington informs Hamilton of attacks upon him by [Benjamin Franklin] Bache, specifically questioning the motives of a Secretary of the Treasury who remains with the Army.
Document Format Letter Signed
Document Notes Cited in Hamilton to Washington, 11/11/1794
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Related Persons/Groups Alexander Hamilton; George Washington; troops; Senate; Congress; [Benjamin Franklin] Bache; Mrs. Hamilton; Mrs. Schuyler; son John and daughter; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Bedford; Archives; Senate; western Pennsylvania; ;
Keywords route of either column of the Army; copy of the order; papers sent from the Secretary of State's [Jefferson] office; originals; Archives; batteries; the Gazettes; good health and spirits; further indications of submission; departure from Bedford; want of a quorum in the Senate; good health and spirits; further indications of submission; departure from Bedford; want of a quorum in the Senate; Whiskey Rebellion; insurrection; ;
Key Phrases Bache (as I expected) has opened his batteries upon your motives for remaining with the Army.
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