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Results 183181-183210 of 183,496 sorted by date (descending)
No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
183181 Introductory Note: From Tench Coxe, [13 February 1795] This is one of a series of letters concerning Tench Coxe’s speculations in Pennsylvania lands....
183182 Introductory Note: To Robert Morris, [18 March 1795] This letter is the first in a protracted—although one-sided—correspondence, which lasted even...
183183 Introductory Note: To Oliver Wolcott, Junior, 10 April … The contents of this letter can best be understood in the context of Hamilton’s “Report on a Plan...
183184 Introductory Note: From Robert Morris, [7 June 1795] … This letter is one of many which Morris wrote to Hamilton concerning a debt which Morris owed to...
183185 Introductory Note: The Defence No. I, [22 July 1795] This is the first of thirty-eight articles entitled “The Defence” and signed “Camillus,” which...
183186 Introductory Note: From Philip Schuyler, [31 August … The opening paragraph of this letter contains the first reference in Hamilton’s extant...
183187 Introductory Note: From Robert Morris, [27 April 1796] This letter is the first in Morris’s correspondence with Hamilton that refers to a debt which...
183188 Introductory Note: To George Washington, [10 May 1796] The opening paragraph of this letter contains the first reference in Hamilton’s extant...
183189 Introductory Note: From Oliver Wolcott, Junior, [3 July … The events described in this letter precipitated the final phase of what has come to be known as...
183190 Introductory Note: To James McHenry, [1 June 1798] This letter contains the first of many references to the plans for the fortification of New York...
183191 Introductory Note: From George Washington, [14 July … This letter contains the first mention in Hamilton’s extant correspondence of the question of who...
183192 Introductory Note: To James Gunn, [22 December 1798] This letter concerns proposals for reorganizing the Army. This is a complicated subject, for it...
183193 Introductory Note: From Philip Schuyler, [31 January … The opening paragraph of the letter printed below contains the first reference in Hamilton’s...
183194 Introductory Note: To Theodore Sedgwick, [4 May 1800] Introductory Note The letter printed below is one of many which Hamilton and his correspondents...
183195 Introductory Note: To Benjamin Stoddert, [6 June 1800] As Hamilton indicates in the letter printed below, he was about to set out on a trip to New...
183196 Introductory Note: From Philip Schuyler, [17 July 1800] This letter contains the first explicit reference to the Grange, Hamilton’s country home in upper...
183197 Introductory Note: Letter from Alexander Hamilton … Hamilton’s record as Secretary of the Treasury demonstrated to all but his most inveterate...
183198 Introductory Note: The Examination Number I, [17 … This is the first of a series of eighteen articles entitled “The Examination” and signed by...
183199 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … On the afternoon of the 17th June last I received a Note from Col: Burr requesting me to call on...
183200 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … Genl Hamilton read the Note of Mr Burr and the printed letter of Mr Cooper to which it refers,...
183201 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … On the morning of Thursday the 21st I delivered to Col: Burr the above letter and in the evening...
183202 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … General Hamilton perused it, & said it was such a letter as he had hoped not to have...
183203 Pendleton, Nathaniel Nathaniel Pendleton’s Narrative of the Events of June … On Saturday the 22d of June, General Hamilton, for the first time, called on Mr. P. and...
183204 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … In the afternoon of this day I reported to Col: Burr at his house out of town the above answer...
183205 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … When I returned with this letter to the City which was about 2 o clock in the afternoon of the...
183206 Pendleton, Nathaniel Nathaniel Pendleton’s Narrative of the Events of June … Mr. P—— understood from General Hamilton that he immediately answered, that if the communication...
183207 Pendleton, Nathaniel Nathaniel Pendleton’s Narrative of the Events of June … This letter, although dated on the 23d June, remained in Mr. P.’s possession until the 25th,...
183208 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of the Events of June … At nine O clock on Monday the 25th Inst: I called on Genl Hamilton at his house in Cedar Street...
183209 Pendleton, Nathaniel Nathaniel Pendleton’s Narrative of the Events of June … After the delivery of the Letter of the 22d, as above mentioned: in another interview with Mr. V....
183210 Van Ness, William P. William P. Van Ness’s Narrative of Later Events of June … In about an hour he called at my house. I informed him, that I had shewn to Col Burr the letter...