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I received with great Pleasure, My Dear Laurens, the letter which you wrote me in last. Your...
[ Philadelphia, March 2, 1782. In July 1782, Laurens wrote to Hamilton : “I am indebted to you,...
Col Armand, My Dear friend, who is charged with the Marquis’s dispatches will set out in half an...
I had finished my letter when I received a respite of another quarter of an hour which I shall...
[1]   Since my return from Hartford, my Dear Laurens, my mind has been too little at ease to...
Sparks Transcripts, Harvard College Library. Although this letter is attributed to H in the...
I wrote you fully by the post and have just time to tell you that I have received your letter of...
We ought both my Dear Laurens to beg pardon of our friendship for mutual neglect in our...
[ Preakness, New Jersey, July 19, 1780. On July 30, 1780, Laurens wrote to Hamilton : “Your...
I received my Dear Laurens a letter from you which came by Mr. Ternant; and I since learn you are...
I have received lately two letters from you, the last dated the 24th of February and am much...
I had written the enclosed and was called off. Some ruffian hand has treated it in the manner you...
I acknowlege but one letter from you, since you left us, of the 14th of July which just arrived...
Monroe is just setting out from Head Quarters and proposes to go in quest of adventures to the...
Cold in my professions, warm in ⟨my⟩ friendships, I wish, my Dear Laurens, it m⟨ight⟩ be in my...