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Col: Burr arrived first on the ground as had been previously agreed. When Genl Hamilton arrived...
The letter which you yesterday delivered me and your subsequent communications, in Col Burrs...
On the afternoon of the 17th June last I received a Note from Col: Burr requesting me to call on...
Genl Hamilton read the Note of Mr Burr and the printed letter of Mr Cooper to which it refers,...
The second of G H having considered it proper to subjoin an explanatory note to the statement...
On the morning of Thursday the 21st I delivered to Col: Burr the above letter and in the evening...
General Hamilton perused it, & said it was such a letter as he had hoped not to have...
Tuesday July 3d I again saw Mr Pendleton, and after a few subsequent interviews the time when the...
[ New York, June 23, 1804. In describing the events of this day in his narrative, Van Ness wrote:...
In the afternoon of yesterday I reported to Col. Burr the result of my last interveiw with you,...
In about an hour he called at my house. I informed him, that I had shewn to Col Burr the letter...
Being apprised that expressions are ascribed to me impeaching the honor and affecting the private...
If your attention to your friend will not be interrupted by it, I will be greatly obliged to you,...
The following day (tuesday 26. June) as early as was convenient I had an interview with Col:...
The letter which I had the honor to receive from you under date of yesterday, states among other...
I handed this to him at 12 Oclock on Wednesday the 27th Instant. After he had perused it...
I went to the City yesterday for the express purpose of conferring with [you] on the subject of...
In the afternoon of this day I reported to Col: Burr at his house out of town the above answer...
I have engaged two gentlemen to dine with me tomorrow. If it be perfectly immaterial to you, I...
When I returned with this letter to the City which was about 2 o clock in the afternoon of the...
At nine O clock on Monday the 25th Inst: I called on Genl Hamilton at his house in Cedar Street...
1. The parties to leave the City at 5 O Clock A. M Wednesday morning 11th Instant. 2. The...