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Give me leave to congratulate you most heartily on the smiling Aspect our Affairs begin to put...
The Committee to whom were referred the proceedings of the Society of the Cincinnati, at their...
[ New York ] December 3, 1787 . Requests Hamilton to make arrangements for the purchase of a...
I arrived here on Friday night. I can do no business with the court of errors so anxious is the...
About an hour ago the election of Senator was brought on in the assembly. Burr succeeded by a...
New York, April 12, 1791. “I recd. your last letter with … your account current with the Lees.…”...
Your bill for 200 dollars was presented to me about half an hour ago & I paid it upon being...
Ever since the recipt of your last letter I have been kept in such a state of distraction that I...
[ New York, March 24, 1792 . The calendar summary of this letter reads as follows: “‘My heart is...
I have just recd. yours enclosing a note for discount. I have endorsed it & enclosed it to Mr....
We are all alive here. Perhaps this day will be distinguished by the most respectable meeting for...
Frances I find is persisting in his persecution of you and As he has thought proper to complain...
I have just this moment recived yours of the 23rd. inst. All I know of the bond & mortgage I have...
Mr. Burghdurf has paid me on acct. of your bond & mortgage 562 ²⁰⁄₁₀₀ Doll and this sum is lodged...
I have reced. your favor respecting the special authority necessary to be given to those who...
Things here are in a calamitous state. My heart is nearly broken with the distresses of our...
[ New York, June 15, 1793. On June 20, 1793, Hamilton wrote to Troup : “Your letters of the 15 &...
[ New York, June 18, 1793. On June 20, 1793, Hamilton wrote to Troup : “Your letters of the 15 &...
The bearer Mr Harrington has relinquished the practice of the law, and is desirous of entering...