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I have the honor to submit to your Consideration the inclosed affidavits respecting the English...
Having been requested to relate all that I know of General Greene’s connection with the late John...
[ Charleston, South Carolina, May 25, 1792. On June 25, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Pinckney : “I...
[ Charleston, South Carolina, September 6, 1792. On October 10, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Pinckney...
Charleston [ South Carolina ] June 1, 1795 . “This will be presented to you by Mr: Daniel Blake,...
[ Charleston, South Carolina, March 3, 1796. On June 5, 1796, Pinckney wrote to Hamilton : “I...
I beg leave to recommend to your attention the Bearer of this Letter Mr: Benjamin Huger, a...
Connecticut Captains 1 Austin Nichols Fairfield County Writes ill Wm. Edmond good constitution...
Majors John Vining commands a Company of Light Infantry provisional Captains Richard Dale handed...
Subalterns 3 John Jamison Lt or Ensign Frankfort William Murray Lewis recommends in general terms...
lt Colonels Maryland John Carlisle Hartford County In Revolutionary Army 7 years Asks for...
Tennessee Captains 2 Arthur Crozier Knoxville good letter Clayborne —a young man of respectable...
[ Philadelphia, November–December, 1798 ]. A list of the names of one hundred and sixty-eight men...
Subalterns 9 James Church Springfield 24 years Shepherd } sprightly active—good stature S Lyman
[ January 17, 1799. On March 7, 1799, Hamilton wrote to Pinckney : “I duly received… Your letter...
Charleston, South Carolina, June 10, 1799. Discusses recruiting in Georgia and the Carolinas and...
Charleston [ South Carolina ] July 12, 1799 . “… I have found many officers in my division very...
Your favour of the 26th. ultimo did not reach me till last Evening. I should have the greatest...
I am obliged to you for your favour of the 6th: instant, which enclosed me the duplicate of yours...
I arrived at this place this afternoon from Rhode Island, via Paulus Hook. Mrs: Pinckney has...
In consequence of your letter of the 4th. Ultimo informing me that you had appointed Capt. Edmund...
I shall not expatiate on our great loss. Not a man in America has more severely felt it than...
The exchange meditated of the officers by Genl: Wilkinson, I under stood the Secretary of War...
Your favours of the 7th & 8th instant enclosing me Lieut Gover’s letter, I received by the last...
Harpers Ferry [ Virginia ] February 8, 1800 . Introduces “Mr. Du Pont de Nemours … a gentleman of...
I beg leave to enclose you a copy of a letter written to day to the Secretary of War relative to...
Be so good as to inform me if your general orders relative to rank of the 9th: of last September...
I received yesterday your favour of the 6th Instant. I have lately written pressingly to the...
I beg leave to recall your attention to such part of my letter of the 21st. of January which...
I understand it to be the intention immediately to complete the Fourth Regiment which you...