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I intended to have done myself the Honour of seeing your Excellency yesterday Evning but was so...
I found myself so much indisposd this morning that it was imprudent to go abroad; which will I...
I Judge of your Excellency’s Anxiety for the Fate of Charles Town by my own. When we have much at...
I want words to express, as I ought, my grateful acknowledgements for the high honor of your...
It is with great Pleasure that I find your Excellencys arrival at Newburgh announced in the...
I am now on a Visit to the General from ⟨Kingston,⟩ where the Legislature is convened. The...
I am honourd with your Favour of the 3d Instant & have communicated it to my Colleagues. when I...
I reflect with the utmost sensibility on the frequent instances I have experienced of your...
The Marquiss de la fayette handed me your favour of the 14: Instant which woud have been sooner...
A Resolution which lately passed—and which I have long had at Heart—makes it necessary that I...
I entertained the pleasing hope of meeting you at this place; on no better authority indeed than...
I beg Leave to recommend the enclosed papers transmitted by Governour Clinton to your...
We have Intelligence from Charles Town which leaves it in our possession as lately as the 3d or...
Your Favour has been presented to the Committee of Conference. I beg you will do me the Justice...
[ New York, August 10, 1791. On the back of Hamilton’s letter to Duane of August 4, 1791 , is the...
I had the Honour of writing to you last by our Friend the Marquiss de la fayette intending before...
I called upon you within the time limited to give you my answer on the Communication which in...
I need not tell you, my dear General, what I felt on the critical Arrival of Count de Grass’...
I receivd with infinite pleasure your very friendly favour by Lt Col. Smith. I shall have...
Yesterday I had the Honour of your Excellency’s very friendly Letter of the 4th Instant for which...
Accept my Thanks for your Favour of the 28 Augt and your obliging assurances that you will comply...
The enclosed Letter was delivered me after a very importunate personal solicitation. I have a...
Be so good if in your power to acquaint me of the issue of our friend the Baron’s afair in the...
In order to give Dispatch to the several Matters mentiond in your Excellency’s Report to the...
We are here in anxious Suspence for the Fate of Charles Town: it is not to be wondered at when we...
I shou’d not so long have restrained the Expressions of a Heart flowing with the most...
I have had no earlier opportunity to acknowledge the Receipt of your very agreeable favour of the...
An Opportunity at length presents itself of forwarding to your Excellency a packet which has been...
We are here in anxious Suspense for the Fate of Charles Town: it is not to be wondered at when we...
The Bearer Mr Arent Schuyler, Son of Mrs Livingston, has requested an Introduction to Your...
The enclosed papers have this day been referred to the Committee of Conference with your...
I have spent some days at this place with our Legislature and have been happy in finding their...
MS (New-York Historical Society). In James Duane’s hand. Mr. Maddison . Expressed his surprize...
I am to acknowledge the Honour of your Excellency’s favour of the 9th Instant on the Subject of...
I am much pleased to find that you have set yourself Seriously to the Study of the Law. You are...
I find I have given our Friends Tighlman and Meade an opportunity of exercising their Risibility...
It was not till the 10th that I had the Honour of your Excellency’s favour of the 1st Instant; Mr...
Be pleased to accept my most thankful acknowledgments for the honor done me by your favor of the...
I find myself under the necessity of expressing my wishes that it may be agreeable to your...
At a meeting of the agents appointed by the state of New York to manage their controversy with...
I Judge of your Excellency’s Anxiety for the Fate of Charles Town by my own. When we have much at...
[ Princeton, New Jersey, September 8, 1783. On September 26, 1783 , Hamilton wrote to Duane: “I...
When I have the Honour of seeing your Excellency I will explain the objection made in Congress to...
We enclose you an Extract of Dispatches from his Excellency our Governor received this Day,...
Congress are much affected at the Wants and distresses of the Army . another Committee is...
I received The packet you Honoured me with by The Bearer Mr. J. Nourse, and immediately forwarded...
I take the liberty my Dear Sir to request your interest for a friend of mine and a member of the...
[ New York, 1786. ] Encloses draft of a certificate and asks Duane “to affix the seal of the...
I find myself obliged to remit the proceedings on the Petition of John Osborn in order that a...
I this day received your bill⟨et⟩ of the 4th with one inclosed for Col Washington which was...