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I hoped to have seen you on my way hither; but the distance at which you were from the place of...
The assertion of the Jacobins, that you are an aristocrat & a Monarchist, is not new: But at a...
Mr Joseph Dennie, now of Philadelphia, has more than once observed to me, that he had never the...
After an absence of four months in the Woods I returned hither on the evening of the 10th...
I have at this instant received your letter without date, but stamped at the postoffice in NYork...
[ Philadelphia, April 25, 1800. Pickering’s endorsement on Hamilton’s letter to him dated April...
The original of the inclosed letter to Genl. Pinckney was written by Major Mountflorence, whose...
Mr. Rozier presented yesterday, your letter of the 13th; and, agreeably to my appointment, he...
You doubtless know General Eustace much better than I do. He mentions your name, as well as Mr....
This morning I have recd. your favour of the 21st. We have all been shocked and grieved at the...
Since I wrote you on the 9th (which you acknowledge in a short letter, promising further...
The law prohibiting intercourse with the French Dominions is renewed, and extended to the 3d of...
I have recd. yours of yesterday. One or two new lawyers have settled in Luzerne County,...
Mr Mc.Henry has just handed to Mr. Wolcott & me his letter to the President on the subject of...
Not to miss the mail, I wrote you one line today, and inclosed a letter from I suppose General...
In writing freely as I have done yesterday and to-day in the inclosed letter to you, disclosing...
[ Trenton, August 21, 1798. On August 21, 1798, Pickering wrote to Hamilton : “Not to miss the...
I have before me yours of yesterday. In the morning of yesterday Mc.Henry returned with Genl....
I have just received from Genl. Washington an answer to my letter which I showed you. The General...
[ Philadelphia, June 9, 1798. On June 9, 1798, Pickering wrote to Hamilton : “I dropped you a...
I dropped you a hasty line to-day, acknowledging the receipt of your letters of the 7th. & 8th. I...
This morning the dispatches from our envoys are published, and I inclose a copy. In your letter...
I duly received your letter of the 17th. No apology will be necessary for a communication of your...
The inclosed I wrote last evening for your information. This morning I received your open letter...
I have to-day received your letter of the 1st inclosing a letter from Colo. Fleury, dated the...
[ Philadelphia, October 21, 1797. On the back of a letter which Hamilton wrote to him on August...
In contemplating the idea suggested by you, of arming the merchant vessels of the United States...
I received your letter of the and accord with your opinion that the proposed publication of the...
I believe I mentioned in my last, that I was going to sketch a state of facts relative to Mr....
On the 25th I was favoured with your letter of the 22d. The first measure of calling Congress...
I am sorry to have so long delayed an answer to your letter of the 23d. but we have been...
[ Philadelphia, January 23, 1797. On February 6, 1797, Hamilton wrote to Pickering : “I duly...
I have just received your letter of the 21st relative to Mr. Pitcairn. As soon as the President...
Mr. Howell, the Commissioner for settling the St. Croix boundary, has been here this week, &...
The President is anxious to ascertain whether the gentlemen he has thought of for Commissioners...
The printer of Mr. Randolph’s vindication advertises that it will be published next Friday. The...
The interest you take in all public measures of importance, and the peculiar solicitude you must...
[ Philadelphia, January 19, 1795. On January 19, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Pickering : “I have...
[ Philadelphia, January 8, 1795. On January 20, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Pickering and referred to...
General Post Office, March 28, 1794. “I have reviewed my calculations respecting Ichabod...
I enclose the papers before handed to you respecting Ichabod Grummans claim, and a new and more...
Since the close of the last War with Great Britain the Mails for Canada, brought by the British...
I have just read a passage in your circular letter of June 25th to the Collectors of the Customs,...
The Indians of the Five Nations who lately visited Philadelphia, received their invitation from...
The manner in which I have been employed to effect the present visit of the Chiefs of the Five...
After much enquiry, I have found a house which would accommodate my numerous family, and at the...
When I received your letter of the 13th of August, I did not consider it with the attention which...
I have received and considered your letter of the 23rd instant, proposing that a credit should be...
The inclosed letter, I sent at its date from Wyoming by a private hand, in a packet addressed to...
Conveyances to and from this place rarely offer, which, I suppose, prevented my receiving your...