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Hamilton, History John C. Hamilton, Life of Alexander Hamilton, a History of the Republic of the...
In the Estimate laid before Congress at their last Sessions, I included as an Anticipation of the...
I am directed by The General to inform you in confidence, that the army will march from its...
I communicated your letter to Mr. Jay & now give you our joint sense. Considering the nature of...
Be so good as to urge the bringing forward the boats; there is no time to be lost. They ought to...
You no doubt have seen my pamphlet respecting the conduct and character of President Adams. The...
[ Philadelphia, August 23, 1791. On August 26, 1791, Pickering wrote to Hamilton : “I have...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] August 29, 1777. Sends extract from General Orders of June 18, 1777,...
You will have the boats at Dodd’s and those now with the army, properly furnished with oars,...
Some time since Mr. McCormick spoke to me about the case of his Kinsman Mr. Pitcairn whom Mr....
The General approves of your allowing a ration ⅌ individual to the Capt and crews of the...
If I recollect right, Chancellor Livingston while Secy for foreign Affairs reported a censure...
The bad condition of my horses and the scarcity of forage in Camp induced me to leave them at...
I perceive that you as well as McHenry are quitting the Administration. I am not informed how all...
I am directed by The General to inform you in confidence, that the army will march from its...
The bearer of this, Mr. DuPont, formerly Consul at Charles Town, is personally known to you. He...
As I imagine you are acquainted with the Inhabitants of Wilkesburgh or Wilksborough in...
The additional boats must take the same route with the others; when they arrive they must be...
The Marquis expects a letter here which he has left his servant to bring him to Smiths Clove,...
There are probably a good many dispatches for Head Quarters in the Post Office at Fish Kill, some...
The General has anticipated the subject of your letter of this day, by ordering the greater part...
The General directs you will send off the inclosed dispatch for Count De Rochambeau very early in...
A working party of fifty men is ordered to parade tomorrow morning eight oClock at your quarters...
There are probably a good many dispatches for Head Quarters in the Post office at Fish Kill, some...
I will make no apology for my delay in answering your inquiry some time since made, because I...
My servant informs me, that the saddle he rides has met with an accident that renders it unfit...
On my return here I found your letter of the 29th . The sitting of a Court of Chancery and...
In the necessaries delivered for my corps, two days since, there were only two wall tents which...
I this day received your letter of the 20th. of August. Mr. Morris has advised me of the Bills...
I make no apology for offering you my opinion on the present state of our affairs. I look upon...
I remember that very early in the day & prior to any act of Great Britain the French passed a...
The General directs you will send off the inclosed dispatch for Count De Rochambeau very early in...
I understand that the Senate have called upon the President for papers. Nothing certainly can be...
I send you the paragraph of a News Paper just published. I hope it is an Electioneering lie—but...
The General has anticipated the subject of your letter of this day by ordering the greater part...
I observe by the Boston papers, that some dispatches have been lately found on board a vessel...
Treasury Department , January 2, 1795. This letter is essentially the same as that which Hamilton...
There are five boats ordered from Kings ferry to Dobbes ferry, which The General directs you will...
I am this moment favoured with your letter of the 9th instant. I shall immediately reflect on the...
I have received the communication which you made to me with respect to a a part of the contingent...
Inclosed is a letter which I will thank you to hand to its destination. While I have my pen in my...
The post of yesterday brought me your letter of the day before. I regret that the idea of a...
Your friendly letters of the 21. 22 & 23 of August have been duly received. I feel myself at once...
I duly received your letter of the 23 of Jany with its inclosure, for which I am much obliged to...
The General approves of your allowing a ration per individual to the Capt and crews of the...
The multiplicity of my avocations joined to imperfect health has delayed the communication you...
The offer of your service as successor to Mr. Duer reached me in due time. I can with truth...
As McHenry will probably have left Philadelphia, before this reaches that place, I take the...
Though I scarcely think it possible that the British Administration can have given the orders...
I thank you for your friendly letter by the Post. I had contemplated the possibility that Knox...