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Des occupations suivies m’ont empeché jusques à ce moment d’avoir l’honneur de repondre à votre lettre du 8me. Courant. Je ne suis nullement capable, Monsieur, de repondre aux questions que vous me proposez, ni de vous donner les details qui vous seroient necessaires. Pour remplir votre but ils devroient etre très etendus, et demanderoient des informations commerciales, politiques, et...
Letter not found. 20 November 1788. Acknowledged in Hamilton to JM, 23 Nov. 1788 . Mentioned in Duer to JM, ca. 25 Nov. 1788 . Clinton may be a candidate for vice-president. The political prospects in Virginia are not favorable for JM’s election to the new Congress.
[ Philadelphia, November 20, 1788. On November 23, 1788, Hamilton wrote to Madison : “I thank you My Dear Sir for yours of the 20th.” Letter not found. ]
I hope you have safely receiv’d a packet which I forwarded to you the 15 Ulto. by the Brig Sally Capt. Bunker, bound from this place to Bordeaux as well as a second which I sent under cover of the Baron de Bréteuil via Amsterdam, by the Brig Harmony which sailed from here on the 30th Ulto. Cou’d I have foreseen that Mr. Gouverneur Morris intended to have spent the Winter in Paris, most...
Johnstown, New York, 20 Nov. 1788. Asks TJ to inquire about his two sons, Cyrus and George Washington Talbot, who are volunteers in the French navy. Mr. Jay informed him that he had written TJ on this subject some time ago. Talbot missed seeing the boys when the fleet was in Boston last September; has forwarded $200 through La Forest to “the Governor” of Normandy for money advanced to them at...
[ New York, November 20, 1788. On the letter from Hamilton of November 18, 1788 , Livingston made the following notation: “Nov. 20 Col. A. Hamilton sent a note of his to me by Mr. Duer for 3000 Dolls. Specie to endorse which I did and sent the same to the Bank to be discounted for him—W.L.” Document not found. ] William Duer.
From a variety of reasons which have for some time past operated upon my mind, It has become in my Judgment necessary for me to remove from this part of the Country, and to fix in some Town. my inclination leads me towards Alexandria whether I shall act with prudence and wisdom in this change of situation, I can only determine from the force of those reasons upon my mind, which have...
8[Diary entry: 20 November 1788] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 20th. Thermometer at 46 in the Morning 56 at Noon and 56 at Night. A very heavy fog—and lowering Weather all day—with a light air from the No. East. Went to Alexandria with Mrs. Washington. Dined with Colo. Henry Lee & Lady at Mr. Fendalls and returned home in the Evening. Found Doctr. La Moyeur here. Matilda Lee and her mother, Elizabeth Steptoe Lee Fendall, were both very ill....
920. (Adams Papers)
Went to Mr. Cranch’s. Mrs. C. gone to Boston.
Mémoire Les Paquet Boat , établi par le Gouvernement pour le Transport des Lettres de France à l’Amérique et de retour, ayant été suprimés vû leur grande depenses, et le Commerce entre les deux Nations, ce trouvant presque detruit faute d’une Communication réguliere le Soussigné, Américain, qui à l’honneur d’être connu de Son Excellence M. Jefferson du Marquis de La Fayette, et de M. Le...