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183151 To Benjamin Franklin from James Parker, 3 February 1766 1766-02-03 ALS (first and longer version): Columbia University Library; ALS (second and shorter version):...
183152 From Benjamin Franklin to Benjamin Rush and Jonathan … 1766-12-20 ALS : Fordham University Library With this I send you Letters for several of my Friends at...
183153 Editorial Note In the weeks after GW’s return from his journey to the French commandant, reports of further...
183154 Editorial Note: Further Documents Concerning American … The preceding letter and the following documents present further aspects of the thoroughgoing...
183155 To Benjamin Franklin from Thomas Crowley, 8 February … 1766-02-08 ALS : American Philosophical Society Subsequent to our Conversation at or near the House of...
183156 From Benjamin Franklin to John Swinton, 20 December … 1766-12-20 ALS : Josiah C. Trent Collection in the History of Medicine, Manuscript Division, Duke University...
183157 Purchase of Louisiana, [5 July 1803] 1803-07-05 Purchase of Louisiana. At length the business of New-Orleans has terminated favourably to this...
183158 Party Affiliation of Federal Officeholders: Editorial … Spurred by dissension in Republican ranks in Philadelphia over Federalists who remained in...
183159 Editorial Note: Jefferson’s Alliance in 1790 with … In the summer of 1790 Washington told the Comte de Rochambeau that Americans had learned to...
183160 Editorial Note Returning home to Braintree in December 1775, exhausted by his labors in the congress, John Adams...
183161 William Clark to Meriwether Lewis, 18 July 1803 1803-07-18 I received by yesterdays Mail, your letter of the 19th. ulto: The Contents of which I recived...
183162 Bill in Chancery of Craven Peyton against John … In late April and early May 1804, in the aftermath of the death of his daughter and with other...
183163 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 8 … 1810-11-08 A meeting of the merchants of this city is now called to solicit advice, respecting the effect of...
183164 Introductory Note: The Federalist, [27 October 1787–28 … The Federalist essays have been printed more frequently than any other work of Hamilton. They...
183165 To Benjamin Franklin from Joseph Galloway, 28 October … 1766-10-28 ALS : American Philosophical Society It was with real Concern, we received the News of a Change...
183166 Minutes of the Board of Visitors of the University of … 1820-04-03 At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia at the said University on monday the...
183167 [An Act in Addition to the “Act for the Punishment of … 1794-06-05 JCH Transcripts John C. Hamilton Transcripts, Columbia University Libraries. ; JCHW John C....
183168 Enclosure B: [Estimate of Certain Additional and … 1795-01-21 An Estimate of certain additional & eventual allowances of expenses in the collection of the...
183169 Editorial Note Editorial Note David Humphreys wrote GW from France on 30 Sept. 1784 about the utility of having...
183170 Editorial Note: Representation by France against the … The importance of the union in a commercial sense, Alexander Hamilton wrote in the eleventh...
183171 Remarks on a Request by Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 11 … 1793-01-11 The Secretary of the Treasury waited upon the President on the subject of the papers which were...
183172 From Benjamin Franklin to the Pennsylvania Assembly … 1766-06-10 ALS : William Logan Fox, Philadelphia, Pa. (1956) I wrote to you pretty fully by the April...
183173 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 15 … 1801-05-15 15 May 1801. “It has been cause of surprise that the Schooner 3 sisters a british privateer sho’d...
183174 Enclosure: Jared Ingersoll to Alexander J. Dallas, 28 … 1792-07-28 Engagements at Court have prevented me from returning an earlier answer to your favor of the 23d...
183175 Madison’s Courtship and Marriage, ca. 1 June–15 … 1794-06-01 In eighteenth-century American society the relationship between husband and wife was a private,...
183176 Introductory Note: The Defence No. I, [22 July 1795] This is the first of thirty-eight articles entitled “The Defence” and signed “Camillus,” which...
183177 Editorial Note Congress’s presentation of “An Act for an apportionment of Representatives among the several...
183178 Editorial Note: George Washington’s Resignation as … Washington’s surrender of his commission at a formal audience granted by Congress was a symbolic...
183179 To Benjamin Franklin from James Parker, 27 March 1766 1766-03-27 ALS : American Philosophical Society My last to you was from Burlington, with the Accounts from...
183180 Washington, George To George Washington from an unidentified person, 6 … 1779-08-06 Letter not found : from an unidentified person, 6 Aug. 1779. On 9 Aug., GW wrote an unidentified...
183181 Madison’s Aurora General Advertiser Essays, 23 … In his 12 January 1799 letter to Jefferson , JM enclosed “a few observations,” which the editors...
183182 Introductory Note: Constitutional Convention Speech on … There are five versions of Hamilton’s speech of June 18 to the Constitutional Convention. In the...
183183 To Benjamin Franklin from Ezra Stiles, 10 April 1766 1766-04-10 Letterbook copy: Yale University Library I should not so soon have troubled you with another...
183184 The Federalist No. 69, [14 March 1788] 1788-03-14 To the People of the State of New-York. I PROCEED now to trace the real characters of the...
183185 The Recently Rediscovered Letters of Edmund Pendleton … The following is the first of 37 letters from Edmund Pendleton to JM that either have never been...
183186 Introductory Note: From Oliver Wolcott, Junior, 29 … This letter concerns the problem of the so-called lost million. As early as September, 1775,...
183187 Monroe, James Unidentified Correspondent to James Monroe, 8 May 1813 … 1813-05-08 8 May 1813, Baltimore. “I am gratifyed with receipt of yours of the 7th Inst and to find that my...
183188 Editorial Note In preparation for the writing of this letter, GW composed a list of topics which he wished to be...
183189 “Bradshaw’s Epitaph”: a Hoax Attributed to Franklin, 14 … 1775-12-14 Printed in The Pennsylvania Evening Post , December 14, 1775. The newspaper that printed this...
183190 Editorial Note [New York, 30 April 1789] By early 1789 GW reluctantly accepted the inevitability of his election...
183191 Editorial Note on the Pennsylvania Committee of … 1775-08-19 In August the committee continued the work, begun in its advertisement on July 28, of...
183192 Editorial Note Having learned through the newspapers of the British destruction on 24 Aug. 1814 of the...
183193 Editorial Note After GW in December 1769 secured from Governor Botetourt and the Virginia council authorization...
183194 Wagner’s Notes on Neutral Trade with Belligerents, [ca. … 1805-11-11 By 45 Geo. 3. C. 34. The King & Council are authorized to grant licences to British Subjects to...
183195 Editorial Note: Jefferson’s Letter to William Short On 26 Mch. 1800 Jefferson promised William Short “a long letter containing a comprehensive view”...
183196 Washington, George To George Washington from the committee on the … 1779-07-05 Letter not found : from the committee on the mustering department, 5 July 1779. GW wrote the...
183197 To Benjamin Franklin from Anthony Tissington, 30 August … 1766-08-30 ALS : American Philosophical Society By this time I expect you are returned to London from your...
183198 Editorial Note on Undated Letters Assigned to 1779 1779-01-01 The number of undated documents we are publishing at the end of 1779 is the largest so far for...
183199 Boston, Committee of Correspondence From John Adams to the Boston Committee of … 1774-09-01 As I am of the Opinion, that the Subjects of the Massachusetts Bay are without a King, Governor,...
183200 John Adams’ Service in the Continental Congress In his final months of service in the congress, JA served on 26 committees, acting as chairman...