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I send you some extracts from a pamphlet lately published, in reply to one written by a Gentleman...
[ New York, September, 1801. On November 21, 1801, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “Your letter...
I was extremely disappointed, My Dear Eliza, that the Mondays post did not bring me a letter from...
This morning, My beloved Eliza, I arrived here to pay a visit to your father, in the interval of...
[ Albany, October 4, 1801. Gives directions for a shipment of trees. Letter not found. ] ALS ,...
I have reached this place, my dear Eliza, after a very pensive ride, and not a little pain at the...
I wrote to my beloved from Rhinebeck . Yesterday Evening I arrived here and found your family...
I was much relieved, My Dear Eliza by the receipt yesterday morning of your letter of Monday...
I take the liberty to ask the favour of your aid in respect to the inclosed notice from the...
The Prince Bailli Ruspoli of the order of Malta, who will deliver you this letter was strongly...
Instead of delivering a speech to the House of Congress, at the opening of the present session,...
The next most prominent feature in the Message, is the proposal to abandon at once all the...
Had our laws been less provident than they have been, yet must it give us a very humble idea of...
It is a matter of surprise to observe a proposition to diminish the revenue, associated with...
[ New York, December 28, 1801. On Saturday, January 2, 1802, Schuyler wrote to Hamilton : “Your...
In the rage for change, or under the stimulus of a deep-rooted animosity against the former...
New York, December 31, 1801. Sends depositions to Parsons, who is “of Counsel for the...
In answer to the observations in the last number it may perhaps be said that the Message meant...
The next exceptionable feature in the Message, is the proposal to abolish all restriction on...
Resuming the subject of our last paper we proceed to trace still farther, the consequences that...
The leading points of the Message have been sufficiently canvassed, and it is believed to have...
The same Subject continued. As to Holland being the second power which acknowledged our...
Resolved , as the sense of the Legislature, that the following amendments ought to be...
Albany, February 1, 1802. Urge Williamson to avoid litigation by settling his dispute with...
The Message observes that “in our care of the public contributions entrusted to our direction, it...
[ New York ] February 10 [ 1801 1802 ]. States that he is “of Counsel” in the case of Steinbach...
After some pause, Gen. Hamilton rose. He began with stating his own decided opinion, that the...
He [Hamilton] confessed with seeming sincerity, he felt little zeal on the present occasion. He...
To these remarks General Hamilton rose again to reply—he remarked in substance that he had...
From the manner in which the subject was treated in the fifth and sixth numbers of The...
We might well be excused from taking any notice of such a writer as the author of the leading...
The advocates of the power of Congress to abolish the Judges, endeavor to deduce a presumption of...
Your letter of the 22d is the third favour for which I am indebted to you since you left N York....
In the course of the debate in the Senate, much verbal criticism has been indulged; many...
It is generally understood that the Essays under the Title of the Federalist, which were...
You have seen certain resolutions unanimously pass our legislature for amending the Constitution...
You will probably have learned before this reaches you that the act of last Session for the...
The President, as a politician, is in one sense particularly unfortunate. He furnishes frequent...
It was intended to have concluded the argument respecting the Judiciary Department with the last...
I was not, My Dear Sir, insensible to the kind attention shewn me by your letter of the 30th. of...
I felt all the weight of the obligation which I owed to you and to your amiable family, for the...
New York, March 30, 1802. Seeks Dayton’s aid for client soliciting “the interposition of our...
Your Protegé Buisson has addressed to me the inclosed letter. Why he did not immediately write to...
Amidst the humiliating circumstances which attend our country, all the sound part of the...
In order to cajole the people, the Message abounds with all the common-place of popular...
Your letter of the 12th inst. has relieved me from some apprehension. Yet it is well that it...
General Hamilton has again appeared on the election ground. He found it necessary to harrangue...
[ New York, May 1, 1802. “Capt. Du Buisson who has obtained a decree of restitution of his vessel...
The inclosed was put into my hands by Capt Du Buisson, when lately I was about to make a journey...
I have the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 26th. of April and with it the half barrel of...