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1 “A. B.” The Continentalist No. I, [12 July 1781] 1781-07-12 I send you the first number of a series of papers which I intend to publish on matters of the...
2 Hamilton, Alexander [A Correspondent], [4 June 1792] 1792-06-04 [Philadelphia] Gazette of the United States , June 4, 1792. Part of the column devoted to...
3 Adams, John Speaker of the House of Representatives Report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, 25 … 1793-02-25 In pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives, bearing date of the 19th of this...
4 “A Friend” Public Creditors Address to the Public Creditors, [1 September 1790] 1790-09-01 It is probable that many of you are not sufficiently apprised of the advantages of your own...
5 “Americanus” Americanus No. II, [7 February 1794] 1794-02-07 Let us now turn to the other side of the medal. To be struck with it, it is not necessary to...
6 “Americus” The Warning No. VI, [27 March 1797] 1797-03-27 It has been seen that the Governt of France has an indisputable title to the culpable preeminence...
7 “Americus” The Warning No. II, [7 February 1797] 1797-02-07 Independent of the commands of honor, the coolest calculations of interest forbid our becoming...
8 “Americus” The Warning No. III, [21 February 1797] 1797-02-21 The Paris Accounts inform us that France has lately exercised towards Genoa an act of atrocious...
9 “Americus” The Answer, [8 December 1796] 1796-12-08 For The Minerva. The French republic have, at various times, during the present war, complained...
10 “Americus” The Warning No. V, [13 March 1797] 1797-03-13 I have asserted, that the conduct of Great-Britain towards us and other neutral powers has been...
11 “Americus” The Warning No. I, [27 January 1797] 1797-01-27 There are appearances too strong not to excite apprehension that the affairs of this Country are...
12 “Americus” The Warning No. IV, [27 February 1797] 1797-02-27 The emissaries of France when driven from every other expedient for extenuating her depredations...
13 “Amicus” Amicus, [11 September 1792] 1792-09-11 For the National Gazette. A writer in the Gazette of Saturday last, after several observations,...
14 “An American” An American No. I, [4 August 1792] 1792-08-04 For the Gazette of the United States Mr. Fenno It was easy to foresee, when the hint appeared in...
15 “An American” An American No. III, [18 August 1792] 1792-08-18 For the Gazette of the United States . The charges which have been brought against “the EDITOR of...
16 “An American” An American No. II, [11 August 1792] 1792-08-11 For the Gazette of the United States Facts, Mr. Fenno, speak louder than words, and, under...
17 Hamilton, Alexander Annapolis Convention. Address of the Annapolis … 1786-09-14 To the Honorable the Legislatures of Virginia, Delaware Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York....
18 “Anti-Defamer” Anti-Defamer, [19 August 1792] 1792-08-19 For the Fœderal Gazette Russel under an affected moderation veils the most insidious and...
19 Hamilton, Alexander Lear, Tobias Alexander Hamilton and John Armstrong, Jr., to Tobias … 1793-04-23 Do me the favor to learn from the President, & inform me by the bearer, whether mister Lee’s...
20 Hamilton, Alexander Speech at a Political Meeting, 27 February 1789 1789-02-27 New York, February 27, 1789. A newspaper writer who signed himself “A Spectator” reported that...
21 “A True American” [From Alexander Hamilton to the Citizens of New-York] … 1796-12-13 The [New York] Argus. Greenleaf’s New Daily Advertiser , December 27, 1796. In reprinting this...
22 Hamilton, Alexander Enclosure: Schedule E, [9 January 1790] 1790-01-09 SCHEDULE E Abstract of the Public Debt of the States Undermentioned, Agreeably to Statements...
23 Hamilton, Alexander Murdoch, Patrick Alexander Hamilton, Henry Knox, Tobias Lear, Alexander … 1790-09-07 As the removal of the residence of Congress from this city will necessarily dissolve our...
24 Beckwith, George Conversation with George Beckwith, 12[–30] July 1791 1791-07-12 Lieutenant Colonel Beckwith.   The gazette of the United States, published this morning gives us...
25 Hamilton, Alexander Conversation with George Beckwith, [16 February 1791] 1791-02-16 Lt. Colonel Beckwith. The newspapers of yesterday and of this day mention communications to the...
26 Beckwith, George Conversation with George Beckwith, 19[–20] January 1791 1791-01-19 Mr. Beckwith. I take the liberty of speaking very freely to you on every subject, and upon this...
27 Hamilton, Alexander Second Conversation of August 8–12 with George … 1790-08-08 [Beckwith] “Having heard that Governor St. Clair had asserted since his arrival in this place,...
28 Hamilton, Alexander Conversation with George Beckwith, [March-April 1791] 1791-03-01 [ Philadelphia, March-April, 1791. “… the Vice-president, Secretaries of the Treasury & War &...
29 Beckwith, George Conversation with George Beckwith, 15 June 1791 1791-06-15 Mr. —— I believe I told you during the winter, that Colonel Smith went to England on private...
30 Beckwith, George Conversation with George Beckwith, [15–20 October 1790] 1790-10-15 Mr. _____ I have read the determination of the National Assembly of France of the 25th. of...