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Attach’d to this You have the Purdy Statement, which I am very Clear is in substance Correct. If you deem it very important that I should make affidavit of what is Here related—I will do it. At the same time I must acknowledge I shall have some difficulty in bringing my mind to it. My pride & Delicacy being in Opposition &c. With much respect & Esteem   I remain Dr Sir &c ALS , New-York...
Mr. D. Ogdon called upon me a few minutes past, and as I understood from him that he purposes writing to you by the mail of this Evening, I think it proper, in order to avoid any misconception of the tenour of our conversation to repeat to you the purport of what I said to him. viz. “Whether it will be expedient to offer a federal candidate for the Govr. is a point upon wh, from the want of...
Je n’ai recu que Ce matin, La Lettre dont Vous mavés favorisé Le 11. maie timbre du 13, Ce qui me fait Croire, que Cette premiere Epoque vous N’aviée pas recu celle que jai Eu Lhonneur de vous Ecrire Le 10. Par la quelle je vous Prie d’avoir la bontée d’envoyer toucher Le devidend de 10. ⅌ %. annoncée Par la Compe. d’assurance de Newyork, et men faire La remise. Maintenant, cher Gèneral, en...
[ Philadelphia, January 10, 1804. On January 18, 1804, Le Guen wrote to Hamilton and referred to “La Lettre … que jai la Lhonneur de vous Ecrire Le 10.” Letter not found. ]
Deer Park, near Natchez [ Mississippi Territory ], January 7, 1804 . “Having it in contemplation to establish myself in the law line at New Orleans, I conceive that it would very much assist me in my debut to be made known to the Governor of that province. I have already written for letters of recommendation to him to … some others of my friends in the Atlantic States—will you suffer me, Sir,...
I have paid the taxes & charges upon ⟨the⟩ lands in which you are interested described in the Comps certificate which you lately enclosed to me. As the tax of 1802 was unpaid I thought it best to discharge it also. The necessary voucher of these payments is herewith transmitted. After crediting the Bank dft. of $950 I am according to the preceding statement in advance for you $174.69 for which...
In a conversation we had at new York on the Subject of the threatened invasion of England by Bonaparte—you expressed a wish that oppertunity had offered So that you could have had the map of England and France &c before you. I now do myself the honor of transmitting my opinion as then Stated to you in a letter to Mr Pickering and after you have examined it with the map, I shall be greatly...
your last inclosing thirty dollars has been receiv’d & your taxes paid—and your acct stands thus 1803 Viz Dr to ballance of old account $3.57 Oct to postage of a letter .50 29 to taxes paid (see bill) 13.39 to commissions  5.00 22.46 Cr By cash per mail 30    Ballance Cr $7.54
Rhinebeck [ New York ], December 10, 1803 . Discusses a suit involving ownership of lots in New York City claimed by his wife and sister-in-law. Sends information on the progress of a survey of the Claverack lands being made by Judge David Brooks. ALS , Yale University Library. Schuyler was one of Philip Schuyler’s sons and a younger brother of Elizabeth Hamilton. Schuyler is referring to the...
New York, November 24, 1803. “By a variety of unavoidable Circumstance I am reduced to a State of dependance upon the bounty of my friends. I am in consequence of the injury received in my hip rendered incapable of very Active employment. I have solicited in vain for a situation in one of the Banks as yet there is no vacancy; and now have taken the liberty of addressing you soliciting the...