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I congratulate you and myself on your victory over Brockholst. Whether your interest is much...
This Indenture made the fourth Day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight...
I fully intended to have dined with you to day but going to Town the two last days & forgetting...
It was my intention to have come to see you this afternoon, among other things to confer about...
New York, August 21, 1802. Laurance, Church, and Hamilton give a mortgage to Gilchrist on an...
New York, August 21, 1802. “… Alexander Hamilton … shall pay to … Theodosius Fowler … the sum of...
When you were last in Town I promised to communicate to you the outline of a project by which I...
[ Washington, August 12, 1802. The endorsement on Hamilton to Pichon, August 6, 1802 , reads:...
Finding that a story long since propagated under circumstances, which it was expected would soon...
New York, August 6, 1802. Propose that Williamson go to England to settle his dispute with...
[ New York, August 6, 1802. On August 13, 1802, Gallatin wrote to Hamilton : “I had the honor to...
At the request of Capt Du Buisson, I have the honor to send you two documents one of which is the...
[ New York, August 5, 1802. On April 20, 1803, Walterstorff wrote to Hamilton and referred to...
[ July 23, 1802. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads: “enclosing a...
Dr Genl. Alexander Hamilton in Account with E Weeks Cr 1802 1802 To Balance of Acct. of work &...
I acknowlege to have received of Louis Le Guen Esquire in deposit for the purposes of his...
Dr. Louis Le Guen To Alexander Hamilton one of the Trustees &c Cr. 1802 To Cash paid Mr. Bruerton...
Mr. Hughes will please to execute the above order as follows—After deducting the Costs he will...
I have been long very delinquent towards you, as a correspondent, and am to thank you that you...
I have the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 26th. of April and with it the half barrel of...
The inclosed was put into my hands by Capt Du Buisson, when lately I was about to make a journey...
[ New York, May 1, 1802. “Capt. Du Buisson who has obtained a decree of restitution of his vessel...
Your letter of the 12th inst. has relieved me from some apprehension. Yet it is well that it...
General Hamilton has again appeared on the election ground. He found it necessary to harrangue...
In order to cajole the people, the Message abounds with all the common-place of popular...
Amidst the humiliating circumstances which attend our country, all the sound part of the...
Your Protegé Buisson has addressed to me the inclosed letter. Why he did not immediately write to...
New York, March 30, 1802. Seeks Dayton’s aid for client soliciting “the interposition of our...
I was not, My Dear Sir, insensible to the kind attention shewn me by your letter of the 30th. of...
I felt all the weight of the obligation which I owed to you and to your amiable family, for the...
It was intended to have concluded the argument respecting the Judiciary Department with the last...
The President, as a politician, is in one sense particularly unfortunate. He furnishes frequent...
You will probably have learned before this reaches you that the act of last Session for the...
You have seen certain resolutions unanimously pass our legislature for amending the Constitution...
It is generally understood that the Essays under the Title of the Federalist, which were...
In the course of the debate in the Senate, much verbal criticism has been indulged; many...
Your letter of the 22d is the third favour for which I am indebted to you since you left N York....
The advocates of the power of Congress to abolish the Judges, endeavor to deduce a presumption of...
We might well be excused from taking any notice of such a writer as the author of the leading...
From the manner in which the subject was treated in the fifth and sixth numbers of The...
After some pause, Gen. Hamilton rose. He began with stating his own decided opinion, that the...
He [Hamilton] confessed with seeming sincerity, he felt little zeal on the present occasion. He...
To these remarks General Hamilton rose again to reply—he remarked in substance that he had...
[ New York ] February 10 [ 1801 1802 ]. States that he is “of Counsel” in the case of Steinbach...
The Message observes that “in our care of the public contributions entrusted to our direction, it...
Albany, February 1, 1802. Urge Williamson to avoid litigation by settling his dispute with...
Resolved , as the sense of the Legislature, that the following amendments ought to be...
The same Subject continued. As to Holland being the second power which acknowledged our...
The leading points of the Message have been sufficiently canvassed, and it is believed to have...
Resuming the subject of our last paper we proceed to trace still farther, the consequences that...