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It The Reasons which induced me to the freedom of my communication concerning our Affairs with...
Owing to the absence of Mr Whelen the matter with his concern was not settled till just before my...
I have in my possession one of your letters inclosed to me on the 12th. instant , the other has...
I have the honor to inclose to you a translation of a letter lately received by me from General...
I have the honor to inclose to you a translation of a letter lately received by me from Genl...
Mr. Whelen informed me that he would call upon me soon to fix some preliminaries about the...
Mr. Whelen & I do not understand that he had made a proposition to you to let Mr. Church take...
[ Philadelphia, May 17, 1796. On May 31, 1796, Coxe wrote to Hamilton and referred to “my Letter...
I mentioned to you that the Board of Property had decided in favor of Ball & Smiths Warrants, but...
Your two last letters for Europe , tho unacknowledged, have long since been carefully forwarded....
I have transmitted to Walter Rutherford Esqr. for two years intt. on my bond to J. B. Church...
Your letters for Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Monroe &ca. were all carefully forwarded. I should have given...
I have been prevented from answering your last letter partly by a journey into the woods, which I...
I have postponed to answer the letter you did me the honor to write last untill I should have...
Since I wrote you last I have recd. a reconveyance for eleven tracts of the land formerly Church...
I take the opportunity by Mr. Madison to transmit to you a copy of a collection of papers which...
[ Philadelphia, February 25, 1795. At the bottom of an account which Coxe enclosed in his letter...
Messrs. Wheelen & Miller & Co. not having sent me the papers relative to the part of Patterson’s...
To Tench Coxe Dr. (in accot. for the Investment of half of ten thousand Dollars in Lands) To part...
Mr. T. Coxe presents his Comps. to Mr. Hamilton and incloses to him the account of the purchase...
Mr. Coxe presents his comps. to Col. Hamilton with a Statement of the Account for Lands in the...
I trust you will believe my solemn assurance of you, that a very painful sense of duty has...
I trust you will believe my solemn assurance of you, that a very powerful sense of duty has...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, January 30, 1795. “I perceive, that Mr. Biscoe mentions in...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, January 30, 1795. “I observe you are of opinion that no Act...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, January 30 179 [ 5 ]. “I have sent herewith the complete...
Treasury Department, Revenue Office, January 29, 1795. “Agreeably to what was done for the supply...
Mr Coxe presents his compliments to the Secretary of the Treasury and reminds him of the Subject...
The appointment of an Attorney of the United States for Kentucky has been anxiously desired by...
It was not my view in my communication of the 8th concerning Messrs. Downings application, to...