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I am vexed My Dear Betsey that the blunder of a servant prevented the inclosed from going by the...
I yesterday informed my beloved of my arrival here. A very good night’s rest has put me in as...
I had hoped my very Dear Betsey that I should have had no occasion to write you again from this...
I am thus far, My Dear Eliza, on my way to New York. But I am under a necessity of viewing the...
I wrote to you, My Eliza, from Trenton. Yesterday afternoon I arrived at this place. I have...
I expected with certainty my beloved Betsey to have left this place to day. Our business has...
[ Poughkeepsie, New York, August 9, 1798. On August 9, 1798, Hamilton wrote to his wife : “I have...
I wrote to you, My beloved Eliza, by the Monday’s Post. You will be glad to hear that your dear...
I have not yet received a line from you since my departure. It is a consolation which my heart...
This is the third time I have written to my love since her departure. I continue to enjoy good...
I am always very happy My Dear Eliza when I can steal a few moments to sit down and write to you....
Lest my Dear Eliza any circumstance should have prevented your departure before this reaches you,...
I am just arrived my Dear Eliza at this place in good health and after breakfasting shall proceed...
This, My beloved Eliza, is the third letter I have written to you since I left—but I am still...
I was quite disappointed and pained, My Dear Eliza, when I found, that the Post of Saturday had...
I am arrived here My Dear Eliza in good health but very anxious about my Dear Philip. I pray...
We have reached this place for the night, after a very tolerable journey. I am in much better...
I believe my beloved that I omitted to write by the last Post thinking it would not find you at...
I have received only one letter from my beloved Eliza since I left the city. I am very anxious to...
[ Philadelphia, April 19, 1799. On April 20, 1799, Hamilton wrote to Elizabeth Hamilton : “I...
Tomorrow, My Dear Eliza, your Fathers slay leaves this place for New York. I drop you a line to...
Your Sister Peggy has gradually grown worse & is now in a situation that her dissolution in the...
The lapse of two days more, my beloved Eliza, has happily diminished the term of my absence from...
This moment my Dear Eliza, we descended from the carriage—after a journey, so far, much more...
I had strongly hoped My very Dear Betsey that our business would have ended this day & that...
I have been extremely uneasy, My beloved Eliza, at the state of health and state of mind in which...
[ Plainfield, New Jersey, May 22, 1800. On May 24, 1800, Hamilton wrote to Elizabeth Hamilton: “I...
We arrived here last Evening well and shall proceed immediately on our journey. I forgot my brief...
[ 1798 ]. “I am almost ready to abandon every thing & fly to you—But I am so entangled with war &...
I have just written you by the Post. This will be brought by Robert, who from the heat of the sun...
I arrived here, My Dear Betsey, on Saturday in good health & not much fatigued. But I was...
I informed you My Darling by a letter which will go by post of my arrival here in good health and...
I am just arrived here after a very comfortable journey. Our intention is to reach Albany on...
I intended to have reached Croton this Evening and would have done it without difficulty had not...
I wrote to you the day before yesterday, my dear Eliza, by Lieutenant Smith. Capt Church informs...
The affair, My Dearest Eliza, upon which I came here has come to a close. But unavoidable delays...
My avocation here my darling Eliza must detain me beyond the departure of the Mail stage but I...
I am here, my beloved, & tomorrow shall leave it for Boston where I hope to arrive on Monday...
[ Albany, February 21, 1801. “I wrote to you my beloved from Poughkeepsie by post yesterday...
You will easily imagine, My Dear Eliza, how much I have been relieved by the Post of today. My...