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Being in a hurry to leave New York for this place, I comprised in a letter to Bayard some...
I intended to have reached Croton this Evening and would have done it without difficulty had not...
I was glad to find my dear sir, by your letter, that you had not yet determined to go with the...
I acknowledge to have received of Louis Le Guen in deposit for the purposes of his marriage...
I hasten to give you some information which may be useful. I know as a fact that overtures have...
I thank you, My Dear Sir, for your letter of the 5 instant. The scruples you express about the...
I have lately, My Dear Sir, written to you two letters. As they contained some delicate topics, I...
By yesterday’s post I received your letter of the 31 of December. I was just about to write to...
My extreme anxiety about the ensuing election of President by the House of Representatives will...
Rules for Mr Philip Hamilton from the first of April to the first of October he is to rise not...
In announcing to you Mrs. Hamilton’s acceptance of your obliging present and conveying to you the...
Your last letter, My Dear Sir, has given me great pain; not only because it informed me that the...
Letters which myself and others have received from Washington give me much alarm at the prospect...
Several letters to myself & others from the City of Washington, excite in my mind extreme alarm...
[ New York, December 26, 1800. On January 1, 1801, Marshall wrote to Hamilton : “I receivd this...
The post of yesterday gave me the pleasure of a letter from you. I thank you for the...
I will run the risk with you of giving countenance to a charge lately brought against me, though...
[ New York, December 24, 1800. On January 9, 1801, Gunn wrote to Hamilton : “I have received your...
Burr loves nothing but himself; thinks of nothing but his own aggrandizement, and will be content...
I intirely agree with you, My Dear Sir, that in the event of Jefferson and Burr coming to the...
I have heared with much regret that the Senate have hesitated to confirm the appointment of Col...
[ New York, December 17, 1800. On December 25, 1800, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I have recd....
It is now, my Dear Sir, ascertained that Jefferson or Burr will be President and it seems...
I am sorry that you were not pleased with my not having consulted you before I used your name in...
I am sorry that my departure from Albany prevented my receiving there your communication on the...
As we have not been favored with an Answer to our Letter of 17. October last, we have Reason to...
You have seen my letter. You would think the close of it temporising. But the Fœderal Stomach...
You no doubt have seen my pamphlet respecting the conduct and character of President Adams. The...
We have seen in the Gazette on Monday last, the result, as given under the Paris head of August...
It is an awkward thing now to tell you that it was early my intention to send you the inclosed....