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[ New York, November, 1800. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads:...
This is the fifth letter, Madam, that ⟨I shall⟩ have written to you, without yet having had ⟨the...
I am just arrived here after a very comfortable journey. Our intention is to reach Albany on...
Mr. Hamilton called at Major L’Enfant’s this Afternoon, with intent to communicate something...
[ New York, 1801. The dealer’s catalogue description of this letter reads: “in regard to the case...
Albany, March 6, 1801. Acknowledges receipt of Ingraham’s letter of February 26, 1801 . Regrets...
[ Albany, March 8, 1801. On March 9, 1801 , Hamilton wrote to his wife: “Yesterday, My beloved...
Yesterday, My beloved Eliza, I wrote you by water to the care of a Capt Boyed. I in that letter...
The Senate has refused on account of the interference with other business to hear any more causes...
On Saturday, My Dear Eliza, your sister took leave of her sufferings and friends, I trust, to...
To the Electors of the State of New-York Fellow-Citizens! We lately addressed you on the subject...
We did not leave Albany till near twelve on Friday and the next day about one, I arrived here...
New York, March 25, 1801. Gives opinion concerning the right of Nathanael Greene’s executors to...
After which General Hamilton addressed the meeting in one of those eloquent and impressive...
“… General Hamilton at one of the largest & most respectable election meetings ever witnessed...
They call the Navy Useless. They detest it because it protected our Commerce against the...
The general commenced by observing—That it had all along been his most sincere and ardent wish,...
New York, May 8, 1801. Gives opinion on the conditions that the executors of Nathanael Greene’s...
[ New York, May 20, 1801. On May 26, 1801, Madison wrote to Hamilton : “I have received your...
Mr. Davies, who appreciates your character as he ought, having expressed a desire to be...
Mr. Davies, District Attorney for Kentucke being about to make a visit to your City, I with...
You will remember that a considerable time since I gave you an opinion on a variety of matters...
… or otherwise I have no data to judge. I can only say they were entrusted to persons whom all...
The original of your letter of the 9th. of April never came to hand. The copy in that of the 9th....
This Indenture made the first day of July in the year of our lord One thousand Eight hundred and...
Know all Men by These Presents that I Alexander Hamilton of the City of New York Counsellor at...
Three days since I received your letter of the 14th. As there is a Court sitting, I defer a...
You are, I believe, acquainted with The Reverend Mr. Mason who will deliver you this. I could not...
[ New York, August 18, 1801. On September 4, 1801, L’Enfant wrote to Hamilton : “I received your...
I am vexed and chagrined, My beloved Eliza, that I cannot come out to day as I intended. I had...
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...