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Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I make as...
In a letter which I wrote lately to General Schuyler, I informed him of the import of the answer...
Whereas it is in the opinion of Congress essential to those principles of justice & liberality...
Whereas it is the desire of Congress that the motives of their deliberations and measures (as far...
A motion was made by Mr. Hamilton seconded by Mr. Bland to postpone the clause of the report made...
Mr. Hamilton opposed the motion strenuously, declared that as a friend to the army as well as to...
The Committee to whom were referred the letter from The Commander in Chief with its inclosures...
The conversation turned on the subject of revenue under the consideration of Congress, and on the...
Mr. Hamilton enlarged on the general utility of permanent funds to the fœderal interests of this...
The bearer Abby Mot is a soldiers widow in great distress who wants to go to her friends in the...