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Poughkeepsie [ New York ] January 17, 1786 . Sends information concerning a litigation about which Hamilton had written to Bailey on November 20, 1785. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Letter not found.
I now do myself the honor to inclose to you, a Map of the western Part of the State of New York , on which is delineated the Route of A projected Canal from Lake Erie to Hudson’s River ; which has been completed within the current Week: I some time since transmitted to you, the Report of the Commissioners (appointed by the Legislature of this State) on the subject. RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ...
The letter under cover has remained in this Office unclaimed for a considerable time—We know not where to send it to meet its address—I have therefore thought it most advisable to return it to you. I should have mentioned that it has been advertised. I embrace this occasion to renew to you the Assurance of my sincere respect and regard. RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 11 Aug. 1816 and...
I have been duly favored with your Note covering a letter for M r Van der Kemp —and in obedience to your wishes have forwarded the same by Post. Olden Barnevelt is in the Town of Trenton in the County of Oneida , about twelve miles from Rome . I beg leave to add that I shall always take great pleasure in executing your commands in this City ; and in rendering you any service in my power— RC ( MHi
A few days since I had the pleasure to receive a letter from you, covering one addressed to M r Raggi of Leghorn. This gentleman returned yesterday from Virginia and this morning I delivered your letter to him:—He proposes to embark at this port for Leghorn, by the first opportunity that offers; of which he will probably advise you. I pray to accept my grateful acknowledgments for your Kind...
I have been duly favored with your note under date of the 14 th instant: In obedience to your wishes I have given your letter to M r Rush the earliest conveyance, by the Ship Braganga, bound to Liverpool, which is to sail this day. I was unwilling to detain it for the British Packet, as she will not depart till about the tenth of Next month.— I pray you to accept of a copy, of M r Arden’s...
By the Mail of saturday, I was honored with your communication , covering a letter to M r Warden , who goes out as our Consul to Paris . That Gentleman left this City about the 11 th inst , for New Port, R. I.
The United States Ship Cyane, Creighton Commander,—having our Minister to France (M r Brown) on board;—sailed from this Port for Havre, on the 23 d of feb y —Giacomo Raggi, who had charge of your Packet to M r Appleton, Consul of the United States at Leghorn, took passage in this Ship.—Captain Creighton had been in daily expectation of receiving his sailing orders, for six weeks before his...
By the Mail of this Morning, I had the honor of receiving your Letter of the 28 th of March , covering one for M r Warden — that Gentleman took his departure from this City for Washington , a day or two since, with a view, as I understand, to obtain a passage from that place to France , in the Vessel which is to carry M r Barlow on his Mission: I have this day forwarded your letter to
Your two letters for England, covered in yours to me of the 11 th and 14 th instant, were duly attended to. In obedience to your wishes communicated in your letter of the 17 th inst. this day received, I have searched the office for the packet you expected from London, but have not been able to find it—I thereupon searched for it at our Custom House—I was there also disappointed. I am induced...