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Having just recd. a letter form my friend Doctor Rush, which contained the enclosed pacquet for...
Philadelphia, May 21, 1785. Request Hamilton to represent them and to provide information on...
Our city are about applying to the legislature for an incorporation, and among other lights have...
Prior to the receipt of the Act of Virginia leading to a general Convention of the States, the...
Some matters of a good deal of consequence to myself render it necessary for me to be known to...
My anxiety in favor of the new federal Constitution has induced me to attempt some comments on...
I troubled you with a few lines by Mr Moore, in which I promised myself the pleasure of sending...
I recd. your letter acknowleging the rect. of the three papers in the Gazetteer. At the request...
I trouble you once more with an Attempt of mine to explain a point connected wth. the new federal...
I have obtained from the Editor about sixty pages of the debates of our State Convention, wch. I...
I am truely sorry that appearances are not more promising in Massachussets than I learn from your...
From your letter with respect to the Convention at B. I have been anxious to procure the Remr. of...
I trouble you with the last No. (3) of the freeman. In the paper N. 1. signed a Pennsylvanian I...
If you thought it worth attention to publish N. 1. of the Pennsylvanian perhaps No. 2, enclosed...
The fate of the new constitution is now hastening to a crisis. The decision of Virginia in its...
We have been made very happy by the accots from Richmond by yesterday’s post which were to the...
Since you left Philadelphia I have kept my attention awake to the conduct of the most able—as...
You were good enough to subscribe for a set of the letters of Publius at my request. I have recd....
I am favored with your last by post & am much obliged to you for the News papers, and your...
As I know your anxiety upon the Subject of the State legislatures, I have great Satisfaction in...
I have been here about a Fortnight during which time we have not made a Congress. So. Carolina,...
A very long acquaintance with Col. Saml. Hanson, who will have the honor to deliver you this...
I have this afternoon obtained from a friend of Col. Geo. Morgan a copy of his handbill which was...
I wrote you a few lines some days ago, which I hope you have received. The letter contained Col....
I am very much at a loss how to address you on the subject, which has induced me to trouble you...
Having for some time felt a great deal of anxiety about the consequences to the United States,...
[ Philadelphia, 3 Sep. 1787 . Recorded in SJL as received 13 Dec. 1787. Not found.]
On the 3d. instant I had the honor to enclose you a letter (of introduction) from the hon. Js....
I had the honor to inclose you some time ago a letter from the hon. Jas. Maddison Jr. Esqr. of...