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I take the opportunity of Bensons going to New York to let you know what pleasure I should...
I am now on the borders of lake George where we have been detained this day & part of yesterday...
I wrote to you on my first arrival at lake George & hoped to have found a Line from you here on...
I received your truly affectionate Letter—And most sincerely congratulate you upon the an event...
I own I was very much mortified at not hearing from you nor can I quite forgive your neglect...
The Convention of the State of New York having by a Resolution of the 16 th . day of July instant...
It is with peculiar pleasure that I acknowledge the receipt of your Excellencys favour of...
I wrote Coll o . Porter, by Express, desiring him to Spare me two of his moulders to assist my...
I should do injustice toward the politeness & attention with which your Excellency has been...
The Convention having thought it proper to direct me to repair to this place, in order to give...
Agreeable to the directions of the Committee of Safety of this state, I do myself the honor to...
We received your favor of the [22] Instant and am obliged to you not only for your Acceptance of...
We were much surprized at your Letter to M r . Hobart as we could not perceive the Danger which...
With my place at Council I resume the agreeable task of writing to you & answering your Letter...
[ Kingston, New York, June 25, 1777. On June 28, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Robert R. Livingston:...
I am sorrey for the occasion which induces me to renew a correspondence, which my fear of...
[ July 25, 1777. On July 29, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Livingston: “I have the pleasure of your...
I wish I Could beleive as You do with respect to the Enemies Strenght, but in order to do this I...
I was much disappointed at not hearing from you by the return of the express, which I attribute...
The favourable Sentiments which your Excellency has more than once been pleased to express of...
I am honoured with your Excellency’s favour of the 27th Decr Inst. And am greatly obliged by your...
Having lately received some Leiden papers the perusal of which (tho’ of an old date) the Marquiss...
I should have been with you some days ago but for a continued fever with very short intermissions...
The pleasure I felt from your Letter of the 13 th Ult: which I just now rec d : was great in...
Your Letter & one I lately rec d . from Morris have given me pain. They have represented me to...
A fortnight has already elapsed since I received yours of the 14 th . Ult., I feel my self...
I have just now heard that you are upon the point of leaving us. I might have expected to have...
By the inclosed Resolves of Congress you will find that we are become more dependent upon your...
I am told there will be an opportunity of send g . this to you, I wish therefore to imbrace it...
I have just steped out of Congress to let you hear by this opportunity that your freinds in this...