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I take the Liberty of introducing to your Acquaintance Mr Darby a young Gentleman of family from...
In compliance with your request I will now throw together a few ideas on the subject of a new...
In Consequence of a very interesting Conversation which has passed between Mr Ogden and myself, I...
I received your Excellency’s Favor of the eighteenth Instant last Evening. I pray you to accept...
Enclosed is a Packett containing two Weeks News Papers for Genl Dalrymple—They are sent in...
As it is probable that our report of this date may after having been transmitted to Congress come...
General Forman (who is now on his way to you with a Representation on the Hanging of Captain...
Colo. Smith delivered your Excellency’s Letter of the twenty eighth, between four and five...
We did ourselves the honor to write to your Excellency from Elizabeth-Town on the 16th instant,...
We arrived here yesterday a few Minutes after twelve. The british Commissioners have not yet...
We received your Excellency’s Letter of the fourteenth this Morning, previous to the Receipt of...
I to write a Letter if I you to excuse. If I am rightly inform’d of the Situation of the Enemy...
Two Days ago I was placed on a Committee to report the necessary Provision to be made for...
You must permit me most heartily to congratulate you upon the very important Intelligence which...
You will excuse in me the Liberty I have taken in requesting Colo. Morgan to call on you. That...
As Congress have delegated to a Committee, of which I have the Honor to be a Member, the...
I received your Favor and return you Thanks for it. The Conduct which the Enemy may pursue with...
I wrote you a Letter long since which went backwards & whether it hath ever Yet got so far...
I was in your Debt. It is my Fate always to be so with my Friends. But beleive me my Heart owes...
I have sent to your Addressé three Bundles containing the several Materials collected by the...
I wrote you a few Days ago by Colo. Johnson; as he is not yet gone, I will now add two Things I...
We are going on with the regimental Arrangements as fast as possible and I think the Day begins...
Permit me to congratulate you on the passing a Resolution for a Kind of Establishment at this...
Knox is to attend the Council. Conway hath resigned & his Resignation is accepted. The Affairs of...
I expected before this to have written to you “Provision is made for the American Officers” but...
[ Saratoga, New York, July 18, 1777. On July 22, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Morris: “Your favour of...
Your Letter gave me the Pleasure of knowing with Certainty what might be depended upon among the...
Kingston [ New York ] May 24, 1777. Has no news of the destruction of stores at St. Johns....
I had the Pleasure of your two Favors within two Days of each other and am very happy to find...
[ Kingston, New York, May 11, 1777. On May 12, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Morris: “I have received...