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I have received your letter of the 18th instant. I will reply to one or two points now and to the...
I received yesterday your letter of the 6th & immediately wrote some additional letters to the...
Pay to The Director of the Mint of the United States, Five thousand dollars for the purposes of...
Your Letter of the 20th Instant with its enclosures was brought to Alexandria by the Post of...
I wrote to you two days ago on the subject of obtaining an instruction from the Bank of the U...
Lest my last letter to Colo. Hamilton should have met some mischance I send a duplicate, &...
[ Carlisle, Pennsylvania, October 7, 1794. On October 11, 1794, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I...
I have received your letter of the 1st. I deplore the picture it gives and henceforth wish to...
Let me request the favor of you to pay (out of the money I left in your hands) one hundred and...
I learn from a Gentleman of character that a prize brought into Boston by a French Privateer is...
Your Letter of the 1st instant with its enclosures, came to hand yesterday. As I am unacquainted...
[ New York, July 2, 1795. On July 10, 1795, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I have recd. your...
I groan My Dr. Sir at the disgraceful course of our affairs. I pity all those who are officially...
My Wants are So numerous and my means of Supplying them So moderate, that I am obliged to ask the...
A slight indisposition prevented my meeting you at E Town which I should otherwise have done with...
The letter herewith, will shew that I did not understand, or attend to what I was about, when I...
Your Letter of the 5th instant came duly to hand. The preparatory arrangements for the sale of...
By virtue of the Act entitled "an act making further provision for the expenses attending the...
At length I am able to send you the explanation I mentioned to you. The papers upon which it is...
The Patterson manufactory being defunct, the persons heretofore employed are thrown out of...
Your letter of the 28th Ulto with its enclosures, was received by the Mail on friday. I wanted no...
I perceive by Bache’s Paper of this Morning, that Mr Livingston has laid a Resolution on the...
I thank you for your Note sending me Adet’s letter. The present is in my opinion as critical a...
By letter from Judge Addison of Pennsylvania, I am informed, that in behalf of Mr Ritchie, he has...
I have had some conversation with some influential Members of the Bank of New York who are...
We have some cause to suspect though not enough to believe that our Jacobins medidate serious...
I wrote you a few lines by the last Post. I sit down to fulfil my promise then made. The...
Enclosed you have Bank Bills to the amount of Five hundred Dollars. From this fund I pray you to...
[ Philadelphia, June 25, 1794. On July 7, 1794, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “In obedience to your...
B. Dandridge respectfully sends to Mister Wolcott a list of persons who formerly applied for the...
Enclosed is the name, and description of the Girl I mentioned to you last night. She has been the...
[ New York, May–August, 1796. ] “I have been applied to for an opinion concerning the Georgia...
Pay to Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State, One thousand dollars, out of the sum appropriated...
I have received your letter of the 6 instant. I am of opinion that the Commissioners to be...
I wrote you a line from Albany expressing an opinion from Memory , that our Treaty with G B...
Pay to Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State, Two thousand Dollars out of the Sum appropriated to...
According to an intimation I gave you at Philadelphia before I left it, I had now the Honour to...
The President of the Bank of New York called upon me yesterday and manifested considerable...