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Yesterday, My Dear Sir, The Convention made a house. That day and this have been spent in...
I wrote to you by the last post since which nothing material has turned up here. We are debating...
FC ( LC : Hamilton Papers). Lacks salutation and the signature has been excised. Dated by...
I thank you for your letter of the 9h. instant and am glad to learn that you think the chance is...
In my last I think I informed you that the elections had turned out, beyond expectation,...
On my arrival in this city I am more convinced than I was before of the necessity of giving a...
The undersigned takes the liberty to request, that the Consulate at Cuba, may be entrusted to his...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Unsigned but in Hamilton’s hand. Cover missing. Docketed by JM, “Alex....
I felicitate you sincerely on the event in Virginia; but my satisfaction will be allayed, if I...
I believe I am in your debt a letter or two, which is owing to my occapations [ sic ] in relation...
I am very sorry to find by your letter of the 13th that your prospects are so critical. Our...
If Mr. Madison should be disengaged this Evening Mr. Hamilton would be obliged by an opportunity...
Some days since I wrote to you, My Dear Sir, inclosing a letter from a Mr. V Der Kemp &c. I then...
A day or two ago General Schuyler at my request sent forward to you an express with an account of...
I take the liberty to introduce him to you, as to one who will be disposed, as far as your...
I thank you My Dear Sir for yours of the 20th. The only part of it which surprises me is what you...
You will oblige me by taking the trouble to peruse the Report which accompanies this; and if the...
I thank you My Dear Sir for the line you was so obliging as to leave for me and for the loan of...
I thank you My Dear Sir for yours by the post. Yesterday I communicated to Duer our situation...
I am informed that among other disagreeable things said about the removal of Congress from...
I felicitate you sincerely on the event in Virginia; but my satisfaction will be allayed, if I...
I thank you My Dear Sir for the line you was so obliging as to leave for me and for the loan of...
Yesterday, My Dear Sir, The Convention made a house. That day and this have been spent in...
Your letter of the 20th. came to hand two days since. I regret that your prospects were not yet...
I wrote to you by the last post since which nothing material has turned up here. We are debating...
I thank you My Dear Sir for yours of the 20th. The only part of it which surprises me is what you...
If Mr. Madison should be disengaged this Evening Mr. Hamilton would be obliged by an opportunity...
I am very sorry to find by your letter of the 13th that your prospects are so critical. Our...
A day or two ago General Schuyler at my request sent forward to you an express with an account of...
[ New York, April 18, 1784. “I take the liberty to introduce him to you, as to one who will be...