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Forseeing that Mrs. Dayton’s illness & other unavoidable causes of detention at home would prevent me from visiting N. York very soon, I was anxious to see and converse with you in this place upon your passage to, or from Philadelphia, relatively to some military arrangements. One, & not the least important, object of attention is to give efficacy to the third section of the provisional army...
[ Elizabethtown, New Jersey, July 27, 1798. On August 6, 1798, Hamilton wrote to Dayton : “I received at Philadelphia your letter of the 27th of July.” Letter not found. ]
Your letter of the 25th gave me much pleasure. The communication respecting certain papers is sufficient till we meet. Our coincidence in opinion on public affairs was anticipated. Yet I am glad to hear it from yourself. I preferred the idea of a “ suspension of the Treaties” because it is a cooler and less unpopular mode of doing the same thing as to consider them as at an end. No declaration...
[ Philadelphia, March 25, 1798. On March 30, 1798, Hamilton wrote to Dayton : “Your letter of the 25th gave me much pleasure.” Letter not found. ] Printed in this volume.
I thank you for your letter of the , and the friendly disposition it manifests. As to Frances’s Memorial it is my wish that its course to the house may meet with no obstruction. It is now returned. I never knew (though I have suspected) the channel through which certain papers went to the hands of Callender . I should be glad to ascertain it— quantum valiat . In regard to France my Opinion is...