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The horse I borrowed of you the other day giving out while we were on Staten Island, my servant...
I really do not think it would be an adviseable measure to detach a brigade, for though I should...
There has just been unfolded at this place a scene of the blackest treason, Arnold has fled to...
The General has given me some memorandums for instructions to you on the subject of the Northern...
Lt. Whitehead undertakes to go tomorrow morning early with some important dispatches for The...
By a letter we have received from General Sullivan it appears that Poor’s Brigade have left their...
[ West Point, July 27, 1779. Document listed in dealer’s catalogue. Document not found. ] ADS ,...
The General requests you will send some discreet person to Brunswick to ascertain the No of Boats...
His Excellency requests you will direct a couple sets of tools provided and sent to General...
I inclose you a couple of letters from Mr. Carter one for yourself, the other for Mr. Kenlock....
Points submitted to the consideration of the Council— Our force stated at 10.300 The enemys at...
I acknowlege myself to have been unpardonably delinquent in not having written to you before; but...
The General requests you will let him know your opinion of the number of expresses necessary to...
Congress are equally affected and alarmed by the information they have received that the...
By His Excellency’s command, I am to acknowledge the receipt of yours per Mr. Grace. Colo. Biddle...
[ Middlebrook, New Jersey, May 30, 1777. By Washington’s orders Hamilton wrote to Grice,...
By His Excellency’s command, I inclose you a Resolve of Congress of the 16th of December last, by...
In my last letter My Dearest Angel I informed you that there was a greater prospect of activity...
[ Head of Elk, Maryland, September 5, 1781. On September 6, 1781, Hamilton wrote to Elizabeth...
Yesterday, my lovely wife, I wrote to you, inclosing you a letter in one to your father, to the...
I wrote you my beloved Betsey by the last post, which I hope will not meet with the fate that...
I wrote you two days since My Dear Betsey, but as I am informed by one of the Gentlemen at Head...
Your letter of the 3d. of September my angel never reached me till to day. My uneasiness at not...
I thank you my beloved for your precious letter by the post. It is full of that tender love which...
I have received my angel two letters from you since my arrival in Camp with a packet of papers,...
The day before yesterday, my angel, I arrived here, but for the want of an opportunity could not...
I am just arrived My Love at this place and shall cross Kings ferry tomorrow. I am much pleased...
I had written the inclosed My Dear Betsey when the appearance of your father’s horses announcing...
I have received my beloved Betsey your letter informing me of the happy escape of your father. He...
How chequered is human life! How precarious is happiness! How easily do we often part with it for...
[ Camp before Yorktown, Virginia, October 10, 1781. On October 12, 1781, Hamilton wrote to...
Two nights ago, my Eliza, my duty and my honor obliged me to take a step in which your happiness...
I arrived My Dear Betsey at this place yesterday Evening not so much fatigued as I expected to...
Engrossed by our own immediate concerns, I omitted telling you of a disagreeable piece of...
⟨The post my⟩ angel has met with some interruption (I suppose by the river being impassable)...
If Congress have not yet left Philadelphia, they ought to do it immediately without fail, for the...
I did myself the honor to write you a hasty line this Evening giving it as my opinion that the...
I left camp last evening and came to this city to superintend the collection of blankets and...
Persuaded my Dear Sir of your punctuality, of your disposition to oblige me and to promote public...
Mr. Morris, some time since, in a circular letter to the states, among other things, requested to...
It is his Excellency’s desire, that you have all the public boats below the falls, removed as...
By command of the General I am to request you will receive the following alterations to the...
Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 14, 1780 . Orders Heard to deliver all horses to the...
His Excellency commands me to acknowlege the receipt of your letter of this day with two...
[ New Windsor, New York, June 27, 1779. ] Acknowledges receiving two letters from Heath addressed...
[ West Point, July 26, 1779. ] Requests Heath to attend “a Council to be held at Head Quarters...
I am commanded by The General to inform you that Lt. Col Gouvion and Capt Rochefontaine will...
His Excellency orders me to acknowlege the receipt of your two letters per bearer. The intended...
I take the liberty to trouble you with a letter for Mr. Dana, which I have left open for your...
The bearer Abby Mot is a soldiers widow in great distress who wants to go to her friends in the...