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I do myself the honor to enclose you a letter received from Mr Fitzsimons by the days mail. The...
Mr T. Coxe has the honor respectfully to enclose to the V. President of the United States a...
I have the honor avail myself of the opportunity preceeded by the honorable R. Morris Esquire of...
I have the honor to inform you that on a second application of your Steward, I this day paid a...
I have had the honor to inform you of the payment of several sums of money to your Steward. You...
I have the honor to enclose you a continued bill of the Treasurer’s set of exchange, No. 1351,...
I am honored this day with your letter enclosing one for Mr. W. Hamilton, and one for your...
I have the honor to inform you that I have after many efforts procured you a house at the corner...
I have to acknowledge the honor of your letter of the 13th. instant—and am very happy to find...
I hope this letter will find you and Mrs. Adams comfortably set down at Braintree, where your...
I have the honor of your letter from the Town of Quincy, of the erection of which I was not...
I had the honor to receive your letter relative to the house, and have since confer’d with Mrs....
I am sorry to inform you that since I had the honor to write you last no offer, within my...
I have the honor to inclose you the concluding Number of the Reflexions on the State of the...
I have the honor to enclose you with the most sincere pleasure the proceedings of our Lancaster...
As I learn from your son, who was good enough to call on me on Friday Evening, that you do not...
I have the honor to inclose you a list of the Votes in the city and county of Philadelphia from...
Tho I suppose that some recent arrivals in the ports at S.E. of Philadelphia will give you the...
I had lately the honor to write you a letter on a point, which continues to be interesting. We...
I have this moment the honor of your letter of the 25th. Ultimo the Subject of which shall be...
I had the honor to write to you very hastily by the post following the receipt of your letter. I...
As the time fixed by the constitution for the meeting of Congress is approaching, I presume it...
Although my information concerning the state of the Disease, as I had the honor to communicate it...
Since I had the honor to address you last my house and offices having been thoroughly cleaned, I...
I have the honor to assure you of my perfect health after eight days residence in Philada. The...
I have the honor to inform you that I have been engaged thro this week in attempts to provide for...
I have the honor to inclose to you a translation of a letter lately received by me from General...
It The Reasons which induced me to the freedom of my communication concerning our Affairs with...
It was my wish to have forwarded to you sooner, the enclosed paper, No. 6, by way of answer to...
A few days ago I forwarded to you, per post, a “state of our navigation,” which I presume you...
I observe that your report upon the public debt contains some intimations of an intention of...
[ Philadelphia, April 6, 1790. On May 1, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Coxe : “Yours of the 6th of the...
[ Philadelphia, April 27, 1790 . On May 1, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Coxe : “I have just received...
I find by several letters from New York that the bill relative to the residence has hitherto...
I am now at my father’s on my way to Jersey to spend a day or two with my two eldest Children...
I send you two books & five papers found in the files relative to Mint & coinage —also the...
You will find enclosed a very rough copy of Leslies improvement of the proposition of Hatton and...
The account of the Chinese trade is in many respects similar to information and conformable to...
The Secretary of the Treasury, in obedience to the order of the house of Representatives of the...
The bill relative to the debt having passed thro the House I hope an handsome conclusion will be...
I understand from Mrs. Hamilton that you do not expect to return from Newark for several days...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, May 28, 1792. Encloses contract “for the digging and...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, May 31, 1792. “Prior to the recommencement of the building...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, June 20, 1792. Transmits “for the purpose of submission to...
Among the Cases, which have been brought before the Auditor of the Treasury and myself in...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, June 27, 1792. Encloses “a contract between the...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, June 28, 1792. Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of...
Among the papers which I had the honor to present to You, several suggestions in regard to the...
Agreeably to your desire I have the honor to in-close to you a draught of a supplementary...
In pursuance of the powers and authorities vested in me by the Acts of Congress (of the 3d. of...