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I have had a full conversation with General Schuyler on the subject of the several propositions which have been under consideration respecting the location of the buildings for the Manufactory. My original impressions on the point have been confirmed by the subsequent examination & I now entertain no doubt that the most adviseable course is to abandon for the present the idea of a Canal and to...
[ Philadelphia, March 23, 1792 . On April 10, 1792, Low wrote to Hamilton : “I am duely favord with yours of 23. 29 & 31 Ulto.” Letter of March 23 not found. ] Low, a New York City merchant and land speculator, was a director of the Bank of New York, the New York branch of the Bank of the United States, and the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures.
[ Philadelphia, March 31, 1792 . On April 10, 1792, Low wrote to Hamilton : “I am duely favord with yours of 23. 29 & 31 Ulto.” Letter of March 31 not found .]
The bearer of this is a Mr Campbell who has lately brought from Europe some Machinery to hand for establishing a Cotton Manufactory at Patterson. He wants to ascertain when & how soon the proper accommodation & Materials can be found there. Be so good as to aid him with all the necessary lights. Yrs. with much esteem ALS , The Turner Manuscript Collection at the Torrington Library, Torrington,...
I send you the inclosed rather because I promised you I would think of the subject than because I expect that the result of so little thinking on my part in a case in which I know much more serious reflection will have been bestowed. Take it however for so much as it may be worth. I have many reasons to think that Hall & Mort may be parted with without inconvenience to the Society. I doubted...
[ Philadelphia, September 6, 1794. Introduces Ernst Frederich von Walterstorff. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by Thomas F. Madigan, New York City, 1935, Item 161. This letter is exactly the same as H to John Langdon, September 6, 1794 ( PAH Harold C. Syrett, ed., The Papers of Alexander Hamilton (New York and London, 1961– ). , XVII, 200).
I have learnt with no small pain the animosities which seem to be kindling between the adherents to the Bank of New York and the Stockholders of the Bank of the United States; though you will recollect it corresponds with what I expected. The little unpleasant incidents which have attended you personally are not you may be sure indifferent to me; at the same time that I have the consolation of...
Mr. Hamilton will thank Mr. Low if not inconvenient for the loan of 100 Dollars for a few days. AL , The Sol Feinstone Collection, Library of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia. Low, a New York City merchant and land speculator, had been a director of the Bank of New York and of the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures. In 1796 he was a director of the New York Office of...
[ Philadelphia, September 6, 1792. “I do not think the article could be procured in the quarter mentioned; and considering all that is Said and Sung it would not do to furnish such a handle for malicious suggestions.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Bruce Gimelson, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, Lot 22. Text taken from an extract in dealer’s catalogue.
[ Philadelphia, September 18, 1792. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads: “Complains humorously ‘of the badness of my memory’ and promises that “I shall (Deo volente) meet you & other friends at New Ark on the first Monday of October. I am glad to learn that King will be there.…’” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Carnegie Book Shop, New York City, 1971, Catalogue...
[ Philadelphia, March 29, 1792 . On April 10, 1792, Low wrote to Hamilton : “I am duely favord with yours of 23. 29 & 31 Ulto.” Letter of March 29 not found.]