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I am requested by the Common Council of this City to inclose to You and to solicit your Acceptance of the two Copies hereunto sent of an Oration on the Death of General Washington delivered in this City on the 31st Ulto, at their request, by Mr. Gonverneur Morris. I have the Honor to be with very Great / Respect and Consideration / Sir / Your most Obedt. Servt. MHi : Adams Papers.
The Corporation of this City have applied to the President of the United States to permit Colo. John Trumbull take his Portrait to be placed in the City Hall, to which the President has consented & Mr. Trumbull has suggested to me that as the Portrait will be large the Room in the Hall in which those of the King and Queen of France are placed will be most desirable to perform the Painting in &...
I wrote You on the 22nd & 23rd. I now set myself down to trouble You once More. As neither Cols. Meades or Harrison’s Depositions may ever reach me & if they do, As they will contain no Information respecting the Papers taken in Andre’s Hand I am to beg you, to be so Obliging, as to send me Your Deposition, by the first Conveyance; Of what my Conduct was, or appeared to be to You, from the...
[ Robinson’s House , Highlands, New York, October 22, 1780. On October 24, 1780, Varick wrote to Hamilton : “I wrote You on the 22nd.” Letter not found. ] Varick, a native of Hackensack, New Jersey, was admitted to the bar in New York City in 1774. On June 28, 1775, he enlisted as a captain in the New York Regiment and in June, 1776, became a military secretary to General Philip Schuyler, H’s...
City of New York } ss: The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of New York To all to whom these presents shall come, send greeting Whereas “the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonality of the City of New York” did resolve “that as a testimony of the high sense they entertain of the public Services of Alexander Hamilton; especially in the administration of the Office of Secretary of the Treasury of the...
I have the pleasure of inclosing to You a Certificate from the Mayor & Aldermen of this admitting You to the Freedom of this City, as their Testimonial & that of the Corporation of this City of their Opinion of your Merit & distinguished Services in the Cause of your Country. This Testimonial has remained in my Hands some Weeks to be forwarded by the Patroon, but he left us unexpectedly....
[ Robinson’s House, Highlands, New York, October 24, 1780. “… I am to beg you, to be so obliging, as to send me your deposition, by the first conveyance, of what my conduct was, or appeared to be to you, from the morning of the 25th after you arrived here ’till that of the 28th Sept., when you left us. Whether any part of my conduct or language betrayed any privity of Arnold’s rascally designs...
[ Robinson’s House, Highlands, New York, October 23, 1780. On October 24, 1780, Varick wrote to Hamilton: “I wrote You on the … 23rd.” Letter not found. ] Printed in this volume.
I beg leave to introduce to You the Bearer Doctor William McIntosh who has been regularly bred a Physician & has had Charge of our City Alms House for some Years. His Character is fair & Conduct not only unexceptionable but Meritorious. He wishes to be appointed a Surgeons Mate to one of the Regiments of the United States. I have no Doubt that if he shall obtain Your Countenanc e & procure an...
[ New York, February 25, 1799. On February 26, 1799, Hamilton wrote to Varick : “I last night received your letter dated Yesterday.” Letter not found. ]