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New York, February 13, 1787. As chairman of a committee Hamilton on this date issued a report on...
New York, February 13, 1787. On this date Hamilton reported on behalf of a committee of which he...
The committee on Catharine Livingston’s petition, reported, that the state ought to receive their...
Mr. Hamilton said that he did not rise to oppose the motion of the gentleman who last spoke. He...
Mr. Hamilton, from the Committee to whom was referred the petition of Isaac Gouverneur, junior,...
There appears to me to have been some confusion in the manner of voting on the two preceding...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill, to render more effectual, the act granting...
Resolved , (if the Honorable the Senate concur) that the Delegates of this State, in Congress of...
On that part of the bill, which enacts that a tax be laid on certain instruments of writing in...
On the different paragraphs which determined the allowance for certain services—much debate...
Mr. Hamilton was against having the words struck out. The state had received the same advantage...
New York, February 24, 1787. As chairman of a committee, Hamilton reported on a petition of...
New York, February 24, 1787. On this date Hamilton, as chairman of a committee on a petition of...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill respecting bankrupts and their estates. Ordered ,...
Resolved (If the Honorable the Senate concur herein) that Five Delegates be appointed on the part...
[ New York ] March, 1788 . Subscribes ten pounds to the Ohio Company for “the Education of Youth,...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill for the speedy trial and punishment of such...
Colonel Hamilton said, he did not believe it would be of much importance whether the word...
Mr. Hamilton pursuant to concurrent resolutions of both Houses of the Legislature, on the 24th of...
On motion of Mr. Sickles, the house went into a committee of the whole on the different petitions...
Resolved , that the Honorable Robert Yates, John Lansing, junior, and Alexander Hamilton,...
Mr. Harpur moved for a clause to be added to the bill, in substance, that no freeholder or...
Col. Hamilton said that much time had been already spent in the discussion of this bill. He...
New York, March 10, 1787. On this date Hamilton and six others signed a lease to Frederick...
Mr. Hamilton from the Committee to whom was referred the letter from the Honorable John Jay,...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill, to authorise the delegates of this State in...
An act to empower and direct the Delegates of this State in Congress to accede to ratify and...
The public have reason to regret your indisposition, as it deprives them of the satisfaction they...
Mr. Hamilton, from the Committee appointed to consider of and report on the letter from the...
Col. Hamilton supposed that it was agreed on all hands, that some relief should be granted—there...
New York, March 21, 1787. Hamilton was one of eighteen petitioners who, on this date, requested...
New York, March 21, 1787. Hamilton and several other residents of Wall Street on this date...
On motion of Col. Hamilton, the house went into a committee on the bill for repealing part of the...
Col. Hamilton did not suppose that any arguments would have much influence on the decision of...
New York, March 24, 1787. Hamilton, as chairman of a committee on “petitions of Samuel Thompson,...
Col. Hamilton hoped the house would not recommit the bill. There was no doubt he said but the...
The house then went into the consideration of the objections of the council of revision to the...
Mr. Chairman, The counsel for the petitioners has entered into a large field of argument against...
New York, March 31, 1787. On this date Hamilton, as chairman of a committee on the petition of...
[ New York, April, 1787 ] “Mrs. Bayard Widow of Mr Samuel Bayard deceased has applied to me to...
Went into a committee on the bill to repeal the citation acts.… Mr. Hamilton advocated the bill...
New York, April 14, 1787. In his petition, Ludenton asserted that “certain depreciation...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill to establish the places at which the ordinary...
Mr. Hamilton made a motion that the House would agree to a resolution in the words following, viz...
I think it proper to apprise the house of the gentlemen on some of whom I wish their choice to...
Mr. Hamilton expressed great regret that he was obliged to oppose this bill; he knew the...
Mr. Hamilton proposed a resolution, which would set aside the order of the day, and answer the...
Mr. Hamilton in a very animated and powerful speech, expressed great uneasiness that any...
Mr. Hamilton observing his name in several nominations thinks it his duty to inform such of his...
I this morning received your letter of yesterday. I have seen with pain the progress of the...