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New York, May 24, 1797. “The many inconveniencies resulting from the delay and expence of my...
Philadelphia, May 29, 1797. “The enclosed extract of a Letter lately received from General...
We are sorry to find that owing to the embarrassed situation of the Land You purchased from us...
Your letter of yesterday is this moment recd and I take my pen upon the first impulse to tell you...
I have received your letter of the first Instant, with a Copy of a Letter from J Mark & Co. We...
Duanesburg [ New York ] June 4, 1797 . “The necessary papers respecting our Contest with Voght,...
[ Philadelphia, June 6, 1797. On June 8, 1797, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott : “I have received your...
We shall be this day be engaged on the Subject of Regulating the Arming of Merchantmen. A...
[ Philadelphia, June 7, 1797. On June 8, 1797, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott : “I have received your...
I hold ten Shares in the Western Canal Navigation of new york on which there has been paid $1070,...
Claverack [ New York ] June 12, 1797 . “Scarcity of Money (at this time) is such that I cannot...
St. Vincent [ Windward Islands ] June 19, 1797 . “I hope you will excuse the liberty I take in...
Neither remoteness of Situation, nor lapse of time can efface from my Recollection the...
Lord Malmesbury will leave London in three or four Days for Lille where the conferences between...
I cannot account for your not having Answered the letter of which the preceeding is a Copy, in...
I inclose you the pamphlet. You will see that the subject is but partially represented with a...
Philadelphia, July 5, 1797. States: “Mr. Benson’s absence retarding the answer upon my letter of...
Fort Schuyler [ New York ] July 6, 1797 . “I will thank to advise what is best to be done to...
I send you the residue of the pamph[l]et. I am astonished at the villany of Munroe—a more base,...
I have recd. your Letter with the enclosures. By what I last sent you, you will see the perfidy...
I have received your letter of the fifth instant by the hands of Mr Wolcott. I had heard of the...
I have seen your letter of the 6th inst. in Mr. Fenno’s Gazette. An answer seems requisite. It...
Mr. Monroe readily consents to an interview with Colo. Hamilton tomorrow at ten in the morning at...
As I do not reside in the City at present, Your Letter of the 5th. inst did not reach me time...
I had written you yesterday in answer to your letter of the fifth, in which I informed you that I...
[ New York, July 12, 1797. On July 13, 1797, Church wrote to Hamilton : “I wrote you a few Lines...
I wrote you a few Lines hastily Yesterday at the Post Office just as the Post was setting out I...
[ New York ] July 13 [ 1797 ]. Requests Hamilton’s opinion on whether he and his associates “are...
Mr. Monroe has the honor to inform Colo Hamilton that he arrived in this city yesterday abt....
New York, July 17, 1797. Asks advice concerning notes he endorsed for James Greenleaf for which...
It was our wish to have given a joint answer with Mr. Venable to your favor of the 5th. instant...
It is impossible for me to trace back at this moment, occupied as I am with other concerns, all...
I can only observe that in entering the note which bears my single signature I did not convey or...
Your favor of yesterday (to use your own language) gives an indelicate and improper coloring to...
In compliance with your request I waited upon Mr. Monroe, on saturday morning, and delivered your...
In consequence of a conversation with Dr McHenry, to whom I shewed my letter to you of yesterday,...
I received your Letter of the 22d. instant by Major Jackson and have paid it the attention it...
[ Philadelphia, July 29, 1797. On July 30, 1797, Jones wrote to Hamilton and referred to “my...
In my letter of yesterday, I mentioned an interview which I was to have with a person on the...
Your letter to Mr. Monroe, which I received under cover on Saturday last, was delivered to him on...
Your letter of the 28th which I have recd. claims a short answer. I have always stated to you...
your favor of the 28th July arrived late last evening. I have not the least knowledge of Mrs....
Duanesburg [ New York ] August 3, 1797 . “I had the honour to write to you on the subject of an...
[ New York ] August 4, 1797 . “I take the first leisure moment to write to you on the Subject you...
I am about to introduce to your acquaintance a cousin & a namesake, by the desire of my father,...
Immediately on the receipt of your Letter this morning, I waited on Colonel Monroe and observing...
No satisfactory Opinion can yet be formed concerning the termination of the negotiations for...
I do not clearly understand the import of your letter of the 4th. instant and therefore desire an...
I have informed Mr. Dawson, who called on me yesterday, on the part of Mr. Monroe, that, as you...
Mr. Dawson (of Virginia) called upon me yesterday morning to shew to me a letter from Mr. Monroe...