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Our House are about to send you their Plan of Accomodation and I think myself bound to say...
What shall we do with our West Chester Causes I have not hitherto given you any Notices of Trial...
I take the Liberty of addressing your Excellency upon a Subject so much out of my own Line, that...
If you play Truant thus, Le tout est perdue . How do you expect that your unruly Horses can be...
By unavoidable Incidents this Letter is delayed beyond the usual Time for which I assure you I am...
We were much surprized at your Letter to M r . Hobart as we could not perceive the Danger which...
[ Kingston, New York, May 11, 1777. On May 12, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Morris: “I have received...
I had the Pleasure of your two Favors within two Days of each other and am very happy to find...
Kingston [ New York ] May 24, 1777. Has no news of the destruction of stores at St. Johns....
Your Letter gave me the Pleasure of knowing with Certainty what might be depended upon among the...