Log in to Scripto | Recent changes | View item | View file
[Letter] 1797 July 17, Philadelphia [to] Fred. A Muhlenberg & James Monroe / Alexander Hamilton.
« previous page | next page » |
You don't have permission to transcribe this page.
Current Page Transcription [history]
as well as Reynolds was actually under a prosecution for the same offence, and that if appears by No. 1. of the papers under your signatures, that for a period of more than three weeks, while Clingman was in the act of soliciting the "aid and friendship of Mr Mughlenburgh on behalf of himself and Reynolds to get them released or discharged from the prosecution" he Clingman frequently dropped hints to Mr Mughlenburgh, that Reynolds had it in his power every materially to insure the Secretary of the Treasury, and that Reynolds knew several very improper transactions of his;- and at last went so far as to state that Reynolds said he had it in his power to hang the Secretary of the Treasury who was deeply concerned in speculation. From this it appears, that the suggestions to my prejudice were early mad -[undecipherable]- and were connected with
You don't have permission to discuss this page.