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[ Philadelphia ] March 24, 1792 . “Articles of agreement between Alexander Hamilton Secretary of the Treasury, on behalf of the United [States] of America, and Peter Nagle & Philip Zieber of the Borough of Reading in the County of Berks Hatters.… That the said Peter Nagle and Philip Zieber shall furnish & Delive⟨r⟩ to the order of the Secretary for the department of War four Thousand Six...
Upon the receipt of your Letter of the 22d. Inst. I called upon Mr. Jay, who I find is of opinion that, he cannot go to Philadelphia & return in time, for his Court & that he can give his opinion in writing. Mr. Gulian Verplanck seems disposed that the New York Bank shoud give every aid in their power consistent with safety, & on Tuesday they will assist the Dealers in some degree. I have seen...
[ Philadelphia, March 24, 1792 . On April 13, 1792, Morris wrote to Hamilton : “Your favour of the 24th. Ulto. is duly Recd.” Letter not found .] Morris had been appointed supervisor of the revenue for the District of New York on March 8, 1792.
On my entering the Room the last evening. I found Mrs Reynolds in a setuvation little different from distraction and for some time could not prevail on her to tell me the Cause. at last She informed me that you had been here likewise of a letter she had wrote you in a fright. which she need not have don as I Never intended doing any thing I told her but did it to humble Her. for the imprudent...
In a state of mind wich know language can paint I take up the pen but alas I know not what I write or how to give you an idea of the anguish wich at this moment rends my heart yes my friend I am doomed to drink the bitter cup of affliction Pure and unmixed but why should I repine why pour forth my wretched soul in fruitless complainings for you have said It you have commanded and I must submit...
It has been some time since I have had the honor of writing to you, owing to no material event having taken place—& to my being in constant expectation from day to day that there would be occurences which would render it necessary for me to trouble you. Being very much indisposed I took the liberty of asking the Secretary of State to communicate to you from his letter the intelligence...
[ New York, March 24, 1792 . The calendar summary of this letter reads as follows: “‘My heart is nearly broken with the distress of poor Duer.’ Brockholst Livingston and others gloating over Duer.” Letter not found .] Letter listed in “Calendar Summary of Philip Church Schuyler and Alexander Hamilton Papers,” Personal Miscellaneous, Box 6, Schuyler, MS Division, New York Public Library. For...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to communicate to The President a letter which he has just received from Mr. Short. It communicates the agreeable information of a Loan at four per Cent. LC , George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. H received two letters from William Short announcing the Holland loan of December, 1791. See Short to H, December 23 , 28, 1791 .
Things here are in a calamitous state. My heart is nearly broken with the distresses of our friend Duer. Read the enclosed & judge what my feelings must be from your own. Great pains have been taken to excite the public rage agt. him & his friends. Among others I have been marked out as an object of resentment—for being one of his Lawyers. It is true I am so—but I have done nothing but what a...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to communicate to The President a letter which he has just received from Mr Short. It communicates the agreeable information of a Loan at four per Cent. LB , DLC:GW . The enclosed letter of William Short to Hamilton was either that of 23 or 28 Dec. 1791, both of which announced the new loan completed at Amsterdam (see Syrett, Hamilton Papers, Harold...