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Considering the Attention you have heretofore paid to constitutions of Government, I presume it...
Since my last to you of the 7th. Ult. I have recieved your’s of the 30th. of April, and 13th. of...
By the Mail, next to the one which brought me a Letter from Mr. Duane, I transmitted a copy of it...
In my Letter to you of the 20th. Inst: I inserted a Copy of the one which on the 13th. Inst: I...
On the 10th., I recieved your letter of the 6th Inst: You will doubt l ess be desirous to know...
On the 20th. Inst’ I recieved, and for the first Time saw, the fifth volume of Franklin’s works,...
I recd. your Letter of the 9th. by the Mail which arrived here on the 24 Instant on the Return of...
[ Bedford, New York, September 25, 1801. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from Mr. Jay …” to...
At present I have not Leisure to mention more on the subject, than that the Gentleman who was...
I have been honored with your Letter of the 19th. ult: informing me that I had been nominated to...
Still pressed by public Business occasioned by the late Session, I take up my pen to write you a...
On my Return to this place on Friday last, I was favored with yours of the 3d. Instant. It seems...
I recd. and answered your Letter of the 19 Inst: on Monday. Yesterday I found the Instructions, &...
Yesterday I recd. and answd. yours of the 19 Instant. I have found a Copy of the Instructions,...
I was this moment favd. with yours of the 19th Instant; requesting Copies of the Instruction, and...
Benjn. Cornwell and John Coles both of Schoharie, privates in capt. Andrew Whites Compy. of the...
Mr Coleman, who was yesterday appointed Clk of the NYork circuits, will be the Bearer of this....
[ Albany, March 10, 1800. Jay’s endorsement on Hamilton’s letter to him of March 4, 1800, reads:...
[ Albany, February 7, 1800. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from Mr. Jay …” to H, Columbia...
I was this morning favored with yours of the 29 ulto. requesting to be informed, whether the Sum...
Such was your Recommendation of Mr. Inglis for the place of a notary, that it is proper to...
I have hitherto postponed making any Communications to our Legislature on the Subject of...
I this morning laid before the Legislature of this State, your answer to their address: for the...
I was this morning favd. with yours of the 19 Inst: in which you observe that “you do not...
I wrote by the last post an answer to yours respecting Mr. Hoffman. Inclosed is my answer to the...
I this moment recd. your’s dated the 8 Instant. My letter to Mr. Hoffman was not official. It was...
On the 24 ult. I had the pleasure of writing to you on the Subject of fortifying the port of New...
I subjoin for your Information a copy of a Letter of the 17 Instant which I recd. this morning...
During the late special Session of the Legislature of this State an act was passed for the...
I take the Liberty of communicating to you a letter which I have this day written to the Presidt....
[ Albany, September 20, 1798. On the back of a letter that Hamilton wrote to Jay on September 17,...
I was this morning favd. with yours of the 27 Inst: I regret the circumstances which prevented...
I have the Honor of transmitting to You, herewith enclosed, an address from the Senate and...
[ Albany, August 3, 1798. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from Mr. Jay …” to H, Columbia...
Mr. David Jones, the Son of the Comptroller, wishes for the Honor of being one of your aids; and...
Since I left N York I have had the Satisfaction of seeing your late appointment announced in the...
I have this Instant recd. a Letter dated the 14th. Instant from Judge Hobart, resigning his Seat...
I wrote you a few Lines this Morning informing you that Judge Hobart had resigned his Seat in the...
Yours of the 4th Ult: relative to Mr. Richardson, was delivered to me Yesterday. On Mr. Dunscombs...
I Yesterday recd Information that Col. Walker the naval officer for New York, has resigned; and...
It occurs to me that it may not be perfectly prudent to say that we are never to expect Favors...
You can have very little Time for private Letters, and therefore I am the more obliged by the one...
Govr Jay presents his respectful Compliments to the president of the United States, & takes the...
In pursuance of a concurrent Resolution of the two Houses of the Legislature of the third and...
I was this morning favored with your obliging Letter of the 31 ult.—D’Ivernois is very...
the British Ratification of the Treaty not having arrived and consequently the Time for...
apprehensive that my Letter to you (herewith enclosed) is not exactly such an one, as the...
private Since mine to you of Yesterday I have occasionally turned my Thoughts to the Subject of...
private I have been honored with yours of the 31 of last month. the article in the Treaty to...
In Compliance with the Request of Sir John Sinclair I have the Pleasure of transmitting to you...