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The necessity of purchasing a quantity of land, which I did not intend, in consequence of a...
I lately received a letter from you, transmitting a pamphlet. The latter, I have read with much...
When you were last in Town I promised to communicate to you the outline of a project by which I...
I send you some extracts from a pamphlet lately published, in reply to one written by a Gentleman...
Your last letter, My Dear Sir, has given me great pain; not only because it informed me that the...
[ New York, December 17, 1800. On December 25, 1800, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I have recd....
It is now, my Dear Sir, ascertained that Jefferson or Burr will be President and it seems...
As I hinted to you some time since, I have drafted a letter which it is my wish to send to...
[ New York, August 19, 1800. On September 3, 1800, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I am favoured...
I have two days since written to Mr. Adams a respectful letter on the subject I heretofore...
I send you the enclosed. If any good use can be made of it you will do it. I have been in...
Permit me to recommend to your Civilities the Reverend Doctr. Enos Hitchcock, who is appointed a...
I imagine, My Dear Sir, by the letter which the post of yesterday brought me from you, that you...
When lately in Philadelphia, I mention’d to you that the Secretary of War had given me to expect...
I send you in confidence the copy of a letter of this date to the Secretary of War and of the...
I hope you will have understood that I did not mean by any thing in my late letter to blame the...
It is natural for people where their interest is concerned to die hard. Mr. Juhel, the bearer of...
I have embraced every opportunity since the receipt of yours of the 21st to obtain light on the...
[ New York, December 20, 1798. On December 21, 1798, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton : “I have recd....
[ New York, September 18, 1798. On September 19, 1798, Wolcott wrote to Hamilton and referred to...
No one knows better than yourself how difficult and oppressive is the collection even of taxes...
Your two letters of the 9th. reached this place during an absence on necessary business which...
You are probably apprised that in announcing to the General Officers their appointments, they are...
I have this moment seen a Bill brought into the Senate intitled a Bill to define more...
Col Burr sets out today for Philadelphia. I have some reasons for wishing that the administration...
I understand that the Collector of Philadelphia will speedily offer his resignation & that...
The answer from The President to the Commander in Chief &c of New Jersey contains in the close a...
Further measures adviseable to be taken without delay I To authorise the President to proceed...
I received from you not long since a letter on the subject of a fit person for naval Agent which...
I thank you for your last letter. The opinion with regard to the conduct of the President is very...
Give me leave to remind you of your promise to send me the documents and information which...
I have received the inclosed letter which I send to you with only this remark that I have a good...
I have received your two letters of the 6th & 7. The last announces to me no more than I feared....
You some time ago put a question to me, which through hurry, I never answered— viz whether there...
The consideration for the candidates in the better part of the community stands nearly thus....
My absence from New York to attend the Court here has put it out of my power to answer sooner...
The post of today brought me a letter from you. I am just informed that an order is come to the...
I have received your letter of March 31. I hope nothing in my last was misunderstood. Could it be...
Every one who can properly appreciate the situation of our Affairs at this moment, in all the...
I groan My Dr. Sir at the disgraceful course of our affairs. I pity all those who are officially...
I received yesterday your’s by Post, which I communicated immediately to the Directors of both...
I wrote to you two days ago on the subject of obtaining an instruction from the Bank of the U...
I did not understand by your letter of the 17th. of November whether you meant or not to...
The President of the Bank of New York called upon me yesterday and manifested considerable...
I thank you for your Note sending me Adet’s letter. The present is in my opinion as critical a...
I received yesterday your letter of the 6th & immediately wrote some additional letters to the...
I have more carefully examined our Treaty with G Britain & I return to the opinion given you from...
I wrote you a line from Albany expressing an opinion from Memory , that our Treaty with G B...
Your letter of the 17th instant found me at Albany attending the Supreme Court. I have no copy of...
[ New York, May–August, 1796. ] “I have been applied to for an opinion concerning the Georgia...