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[ Philadelphia, 3 Sep. 1787 . Recorded in SJL as received 13 Dec. 1787. Not found.]
Philadelphia, May 21, 1785. Request Hamilton to represent them and to provide information on...
I had the honor to inclose you some time ago a letter from the hon. Jas. Maddison Jr. Esqr. of...
The fate of the new constitution is now hastening to a crisis. The decision of Virginia in its...
My anxiety in favor of the new federal Constitution has induced me to attempt some comments on...
I trouble you with the last No. (3) of the freeman. In the paper N. 1. signed a Pennsylvanian I...
I wrote you a few lines some days ago, which I hope you have received. The letter contained Col....
Some matters of a good deal of consequence to myself render it necessary for me to be known to...
As I know your anxiety upon the Subject of the State legislatures, I have great Satisfaction in...
I trouble you once more with an Attempt of mine to explain a point connected wth. the new federal...
From your letter with respect to the Convention at B. I have been anxious to procure the Remr. of...
If you thought it worth attention to publish N. 1. of the Pennsylvanian perhaps No. 2, enclosed...
I have obtained from the Editor about sixty pages of the debates of our State Convention, wch. I...
On the 3d. instant I had the honor to enclose you a letter (of introduction) from the hon. Js....
Having just recd. a letter form my friend Doctor Rush, which contained the enclosed pacquet for...
A very long acquaintance with Col. Saml. Hanson, who will have the honor to deliver you this...
I am truely sorry that appearances are not more promising in Massachussets than I learn from your...
Our city are about applying to the legislature for an incorporation, and among other lights have...
I am favored with your last by post & am much obliged to you for the News papers, and your...
I recd. your letter acknowleging the rect. of the three papers in the Gazetteer. At the request...
I have been here about a Fortnight during which time we have not made a Congress. So. Carolina,...
Since you left Philadelphia I have kept my attention awake to the conduct of the most able—as...
You were good enough to subscribe for a set of the letters of Publius at my request. I have recd....
We have been made very happy by the accots from Richmond by yesterday’s post which were to the...
I have this afternoon obtained from a friend of Col. Geo. Morgan a copy of his handbill which was...
Prior to the receipt of the Act of Virginia leading to a general Convention of the States, the...
I troubled you with a few lines by Mr Moore, in which I promised myself the pleasure of sending...
Having for some time felt a great deal of anxiety about the consequences to the United States,...
I am very much at a loss how to address you on the subject, which has induced me to trouble you...