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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
183151 Prussian-American Treaty of Amity and Commerce The Hague, 10 September 1785. MS ( PCC , No. 135, I, f. 286–320). PRINTED : Miller, Treaties...
183152 Editorial Note In 1784 and 1785 the absence of any treaties between the United States and the Barbary States...
183153 Volume 1 of John Adams’ A Defence of the Constitutions … In early September 1786, John Adams returned to No. 8 Grosvenor Square from a whirlwind summer...
183154 Introductory Note: To ———, [December–March 1779–1780] Generations of H scholars have not been able either to date this letter or to determine its...
183155 Introductory Note: To Francisco de Miranda, [23 … According to his biographer ( Robertson, The Life of Miranda William S. Robertson, The Life of...
183156 Introductory Note: Notes on the History of North and … These Notes, which Hamilton divided into two parts entitled “Notes on the History of North...
183157 Introductory Note: New York Assembly. An Act for … The Assembly of the New York legislature resolved on January 17, 1787, “that a Committee be...
183158 Introductory Note: Constitutional Convention Speech on … There are five versions of Hamilton’s speech of June 18 to the Constitutional Convention. In the...
183159 Introductory Note: The Federalist, [27 October 1787–28 … The Federalist essays have been printed more frequently than any other work of Hamilton. They...
183160 Introductory Note: New York Ratifying Convention, [17 … On February 1, 1788, the New York legislature voted to call a convention to ratify or reject the...
183161 Introductory Note: Report Relative to a Provision for … Sources for the ideas expressed by Hamilton in his Report Relative to a Provision for the Support...
183162 Introductory Note: First Report on the Further … There are two drafts of this document in the Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. The final...
183163 Introductory Note: Second Report on the Further … In preparing his “Second Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public...
183164 Introductory Note: Report on the Establishment of a … Precedents for Hamilton’s “Report on the Establishment of a Mint,” can be found in the writings...
183165 Introductory Note: Opinion on the Constitutionality of … There are at least eight manuscript versions of this famous document. One of these is an...
183166 Introductory Note: Report on Manufactures Like Hamilton’s other major state papers, the “Report on Manufactures” is distinguished not so...
183167 Introductory Note: From Oliver Wolcott, Junior, 29 … This letter concerns the problem of the so-called lost million. As early as September, 1775,...
183168 Introductory Note: To George Washington, 4 April 1792 The completion of the census of 1790 offered Congress its first opportunity to reapportion...
183169 Introductory Note: To Thomas Jefferson, [20–27 May … On March 5, 1792, George Hammond, the British Minister to the United States, submitted to...
183170 Introductory Note: To John F. Mercer, 26 September 1792 This letter marks the beginning of a protracted dispute between Mercer and Hamilton. In 1792...
183171 Introductory Note: View of the Commercial Regulations … Although Hamilton’s “View of the Commercial Regulations of France & Great Britain in reference to...
183172 Introductory Note: From George Latimer, 2 January 1793 This letter from Latimer, a Philadelphia merchant, concerns one phase of the involved question of...
183173 Introductory Note: To George Washington, 15 May 1793 According to Gouverneur Morris, United States Minister Plenipotentiary to France, Edmund Charles...
183174 Introductory Note: From Andrew G. Fraunces, 16 May 1793 This letter from Andrew Fraunces initiated a controversy over the payment of two warrants issued...
183175 Introductory Note: Cabinet Meeting. Opinion on the … Throughout 1792 and the early months of 1793 the Washington Administration had received reports...
183176 Introductory Note: To Rufus King [13 August 1793] This letter marks Hamilton’s initial involvement in a protracted and acrimonious dispute between...
183177 Introductory Note: Outline for George Washington’s … In the period immediately preceding George Washington’s Fifth Annual Address to Congress on...
183178 Introductory Note: To Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, [16 … On December 16, 1793, the Speaker of the House of Representatives “laid before the House a Letter...
183179 Introductory Note: To George Washington, [14 April … The threat of war with Great Britain in the spring of 1794 was met in the United States with...
183180 Introductory Note This report is among the more significant and neglected of Hamilton’s state papers. Its...
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,...