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It gives me pleasure to inform you that Mr Boudinotte has been able to effect your exchange for a...
I thank you Dear Mac for your poetry and your confidence. The piece is a good one—your best. It...
I have, Dear Mac, several of your letters. I shall ⟨soon⟩ have time enough to write ⟨my⟩ friends...
I am much obliged to you for the papers you transmitted me on the subject of Mr. C——e. Nothing...
[ Philadelphia, March 8, 1782. “Dr. Mac. I write the above in a form which being copied I wish to...
[ Philadelphia, April 26, 1791. On May 3, 1791, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I did not receive...
Your letter of the 15 of October came duly to hand and an answer has only be[en] delayed through...
[ Philadelphia, August 10, 1792. On October 20, 1792, McHenry wrote to Hamilton: “I have just...
[ Philadelphia, September 23, 1792. On September 30, 1792, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I...
[ Philadelphia, September 27, 1792. On September 30, 1792, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I...
It is a good while My Dear Mac since I have either written to or received a line from you. I...
I am told the Executive Directory have complained of Mr. Parish our Consul at Hamburgh. Perhaps...
I have considered the articles of War & rather think the case is not provided for by them. I...
This will probably be handed you by Mrs De Neuville widow of Mr. De Neuville of Holland a...
Take my ideas and weigh them of a proper course of conduct for our administration in the present...
I now send you a cursory answer to certain questions. They are imperfect & probably will come too...
To The first.   It is difficult to fix the precise point at which indignity or affront from one...
Situated as I am at this moment I am obliged to confine myself to very general hints respecting...
Inclosed are some papers, which were sent me shortly after my return to this City from...
It may serve to prepare the way for a direct answer to the questions stated by the President to...
Yours of yesterday with its inclosure are come to hand & will be attended to as speedily as...
I regret that my occupations have not permitted me to give your report more than a cursory...
I have received your letter of the instant. Not having seen the law which provides the Naval...
Our citizens are extremely anxious that some further measures for their defence should take...
We have carefully attended to the subjects presented to our consideration, by your note of...
Your letter of the 20th. instant, inclosing one from General Washington came to hand this day....
I last Evening had the honor of receiving your letter of the 25 instant, announcing to me my...
I send you a number of applications for Military appointments with br[i]ef notes of my opinion....
Scruples of delicacy have occasionned me to hesitate about offering to you certain ideas which it...
Inclosed are sundry recommendations for appointments with notes of mine concerning them. I do not...
An absence from the City, upon some urgent avocations, prevented my receiving ’till yesterday...
I write you herewith an official letter. Your private one of the 13th is before me. I regret that...
You will herewith receive the list mentioned in mine of yesterday. The names marked with an * are...
Subalterns 1 Nathaniel Paulding West Chester would prefer Artillery Mr . Hale refers to me speaks...
Subalterns 1 Timothy Mountford Philadelphia 5 Silvester G Whipple Livemore Education & good...
Subalterns 5 Marmaduke Wait Windsor ☞ 25 year Payne Young Gentleman heretofore recomd by Morris &...
Subalterns 6 Robert Hunt son of A Hunt Trenton Lieutenant   Qr Cavalry } Stockton
LIEUTENANTS & ENSIGNS John S Porter McPherson Probably good Ensign Philadelphia Francis Johnson  ...
I perceive it would be agreeable to the Commander in Chief to receive frequent communications...
You will have observed in the list transmitted you the name of Mr. Jacob Morton as for a...
Col Stevens tells me he has exhausted the money you sent him in preliminary purchases of Timber...
Yours dated by mistake Augt. 6th. I received yesterday. I postponed a reply ’till to day because...
I think I heretofore mentioned to you that to avoid the chance of difficulty with the President,...
I thank you, My Dear Sir, for the prompt communication of the intelligence contained in your...
I received yesterday your private letter of the 16th, with its inclosures, now returned. It was...
I was yesterday honourd with your letter transmitting my commission as Inspector and Major...
The state of my health and of the Weather yesterday and to day must prevent my communicating the...
[ Trenton , November 9, 1798. In a letter to Hamilton on November 10, 1798, McHenry wrote : “I...
I now communicate the result of my conference with the Commander in Chief and General Pinckney,...
I regretted that I was detained to the last moment of being in time for the stage, to which my...