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Mr. Hamilton expressed his anxiety that every member should sign. A few characters of...
[ New York ] September 21, 1787 . “You will recollect the cause of Hayton against van Kleeck put...
In my passage through the Jerseys and since my arrival here I have taken particular pains to...
The bearer of this is a Mr. Claxton, who is desirous of being a messenger or something...
For the New-York Journal, &c. Mr. Greenleaf, You are requested to publish this address in your...
Mr. Hamilton said that he did not rise to oppose the motion of the gentleman who last spoke. He...
[ New York ] July 23, 1784 . “Mr. Laurance & myself who have been retained by Mr. R. Smith being...
[ New York, August 25, 1786. On the back of the letter that Totten wrote to Hamilton on July 31,...
Resolved , (if the Honorable the Senate concur) that the Delegates of this State, in Congress of...
[ New York, April 19, 1786. Sends a notice for trial in the New York Supreme Court in the case of...
[ New York, June 8, 1786. On June 17, 1796, Walter Livingston wrote to Hamilton : “In examining...
I thank you for your letter of the 9h. instant and am glad to learn that you think the chance is...
In my last I think I informed you that the elections had turned out, beyond expectation,...
Col. Hamilton urged the necessity of 3 years. There ought to be neither too much nor too little...
I have received your letter of the 31st of May last, which, and one other, are the only letters I...
Mr. Chairman, The counsel for the petitioners has entered into a large field of argument against...
Went into a committee on the bill to repeal the citation acts.… Mr. Hamilton advocated the bill...
In my last to you I informed you that a project for a land bank had been set on foot by Mr. Sayre...
The Agents of the State of New York } for managing the controversy with the Commonwealth of...
[ New York, November 20, 1788. On the letter from Hamilton of November 18, 1788 , Livingston made...
[ New York, February 2, 1785. On the back of a letter that Chaloner wrote to Hamilton on January...
Major Fairly is just setting out on a visit to You I believe on some business relating to the...
The Committee appointed to promote the election of Judge Yates as Governor have requested Mr....
State of N.Y. to Alexander Hamilton for services as Member of Congress from 21 Feby–5 May 73 days...
Your brother delivered me your favour which I received with pleasure as the basis of a...
[ New York, August 4, 1784. On October 18, 1784, Forman wrote to Hamilton : “I am favored with...
I wrote to you My beloved Betsey at Philadelphia; but through mistake brought off the letter with...
[ New York ] October 28, 1786 . Gives legal advice concerning settlers on Corporation land. ALS ,...
Mr. Hamilton renewed his opposition to it. He pressed the distinction between State Govts. & the...
[ New York ] August 5, 1785 . “… some time since … Hannah Brewer or rather her assignee John J....
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill to establish the places at which the ordinary...
Permit me to introduce to Your acquaintance and attention Mr Seaton Cashier of the Bank of New...
Mr. Hamilton could see no reason why this petition should not be treated as well as others; it...
New York, November 22, 1788. Appoints John Chaloner “of the City of Philadelphia merchant to be...
[ March 16, 1785. Pearsall wrote to Hamilton : “I have thy Letter of this date.” Letter not found. ]
On the different paragraphs which determined the allowance for certain services—much debate...
I received in due time your letter of 14 of July. The bills sent by you which have been paid and...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill respecting bankrupts and their estates. Ordered ,...
I hereby certify that Mr. Dirck Ten Broeck entered a Clerkship with me on the Tenth day of...
[ New York, September 20, 1784. On October 18, 1784, Forman wrote to Hamilton : “I am favored...
[ October 17, 1786. On October 23, 1786, Sitgreaves wrote to Hamilton : “Your favor of the 17th....
New York, December 1, 1783. Writes as the legal representative of “Mrs. Chamier, widow and...
Lansing … mode of appointment duration in office means of controul— Chancellor— Senators equally...
I have this moment received your letter of the thirteenth instant, and am sorry that the rules of...
Mr. Hamilton. Evasions cd. not be prevented—as by proxies—by friends holding for a year, & them...
You have been much better to me My Dear friend since you left America, than I have deserved, for...
I think it proper to apprise the house of the gentlemen on some of whom I wish their choice to...
I felicitate you sincerely on the event in Virginia; but my satisfaction will be allayed, if I...
Mr. Hamilton moved for leave to bring in a bill, for dividing the District of the Manor of...
[ New York, May 17, 1786. The endorsement in Hamilton’s writing on Pillet’s letter of May 14,...