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We Stopped at the Governors to take Leave and he told Us the News of last night, which has regaled Us on the Road. We watered at Watertown and reached this Inn at half after one. We hope to reach Williams’s at Marlborough, and Sleep there this night. I strive to divert the melancholly thoughts of our Seperation, and pray you to do the Same. M rs Smith I hope will keep Up her Spirits and the...
Mr Otis, secretary of the Senate, was kind eno’ to take four letters , of which two were for yourself, & a small box with one or more Watches ; & to promise a delivery of them, into your hands. the box, & some of the letters, were committed to my care by Mr Short; who accompanyed me to Havre, with an intention to embark in the Sophia, for the U States. he had provided every article for the...
I wrote by the last post an answer to yours respecting Mr. Hoffman. Inclosed is my answer to the one I recd. from him. Be so good as to seal and send it to him. I shall write to you in a few Days on other Subjects. Being still troubled with the piles , I am constrained to postpone my Journey to N York—if they should continue obstinate much longer, I shall not be with you this Season. Yours...
Mr. Hooper has made payment in full for your Tobacco, deducting $:1000-for your other draft, in favor of Mr. James Lyle; which he informs me he has taken up. I subjoin an account of the sale, & am Dear Sir Your Very Obt. Hbl: servt. 1798 May 15— To Thomas Hooper—pble. 1st. Octr. & 12th. Novr.— PF  TI– 32 — 137 — 1568 } Spring 44 — 137 — 1641 52
Dr. Currie, on whose behalf I troubled you last summer, being anxious to learn something of the prospect he may have of recovery from Robert Morris, I take the liberty of asking a line directed to me at this place where I shall still be long enough to recieve it. I should not have troubled you but that you expected early in the summer to be able to judge what could be done. I am aware at the...
New York, November 12, 1798. “From the conversation we had on the Subject of field Artillery I made several experiments on this metal while at Salisbury.… I am now fully persuaded that guns can be made there … even lighter than brass.… I would request some discussion may be had before you leave the Seat of Government.…” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Neilson was a New York City...
[ Albany, November 12, 1798. On January 27, 1799, Hamilton wrote to Van Rensselaer : “I ought to beg your pardon for not having before answered your letters of the 12th. of November and 11th instant.” Letter of November 12, 1798, not found. ]
Herewith you will be furnished with the Copy of a letter from the Secretary of War to me, suggesting many very important matters for consideration, and to be reported on. It is my desire, that you will bestow serious and close attention on them, and be prepared to offer your opinion on each head, when called upon. I also propose, for your consideration and opinion, a number of queries which...
Herewith you will be furnished with the Copy of a letter from the Secretary of War to me, suggesting many very important matters for consideration, and to be reported on. It is my desire, that you will bestow serious and close attention on them, and be prepared to offer your opinion on each head, when called upon. I also propose, for your consideration and opinion, a number of queries which...