Recommendation of David Jones

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Date July 31, 1798
Author Name John Jay (primary) Location: Albany
Recipient Name Alexander Hamilton (primary) Location: New York
Summary Jay recommends his private secretary David Jones, son of the Comptroller, to be one of Hamilton's aides.
Document Format Letter Signed
Document Notes Syrett listed this document in the Appendix to Vol. 22.
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Related Persons/Groups Alexander Hamilton; John Jay; David Jones; the Comptroller; ;
Related Places New York; Albany;
Keywords private secretary; temper; disposition; behavior; integrity; honor; ;
Key Phrases the son of the comptroller; this young gentleman has been my private secretary; while with me I was not only satisfied but please with his temper, disposition and behavior;
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