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I have this moment recd. you favour of Septr. 25th. but being oblidged to set out on my Tour to...
[ New York, October 19, 1801. On Sunday, October 25, 1801 , Hamilton wrote to his wife: “I was...
Your application to me in favor of Capt Du Buisson was highly acceptable and required no kind of...
Your letter dated in September came lately to my hands after having made a circuitous rout...
New York, November 23, 1801. Requests Hamilton’s opinion on two marine insurance cases involving...
Permit a whole family to mingle their tears with yours upon the late distressing event that has...
A sense of thy services to our Country, and the satisfaction I have received from our...
[ Albany, December 4, 1801. On Sunday, December 6, 1801, Schuyler wrote to Elizabeth Hamilton and...
I sincerely condole with Mrs. Hamilton and you on the loss which you have sustained in the death...
With the utmost sorrow have I lately perused the unhappy fate of your son, and among the many...
J’ai eû l’honneur de vous écrire d’Angleterre, et de vous faire part de ce qui nous est arrivé,...
Annapolis [ Maryland ] December 19, 1801 . Encloses three drafts of eight thousand dollars each...
It was not, my dear friend, till my return from attending the sessions of our State Legislature...
Washington, December 29. 1801. States that “the cause of Messrs. Graves & Barnwell in which you...
Your letter of Mondays date only reached me this Morning. My Coachman Toby is very Much...
Paris, January 4, 1802. Expresses condolences on the death of Philip Hamilton. Requests Hamilton,...
New York, January 12, 1802. “The within case is considered … as noticed for the next Term.… As no...
Both as a friend and a father I do most unfeignibly participate and condole with you in the heavy...
Philadelphia, January 14, 1802. Describes the arrangement he “made with Col. Burr on the subject...
The Committee which has been appointed here, to act on behalf of the Sufferrers by French...
Permit me, my dear Genl. to present to you Mr. Keene of this place, a friend of mine and a man of...
You Must pardon me for telling you I am sorry that you opposed sending a Petition to Congress...
I have your two Letters of the 27th. of Feby. and the 4th. Instant. I thank you for them. In...
I beg leave, my dear General, to request that you will notify the New York State Society of the...
Princeton [ New Jersey ] March 18, 1802 . Introduces his son, John Witherspoon Smith, who plans...
Copy, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress; JCH Transcripts John C. Hamilton Transcripts,...
As an officer Sacrifised by party Spirit & in the hope of a favourable change in the affairs of...
In a letter from Mrs. Church of tuesday last she mentions that my dear Eliza had been very much...
[ New York ] March 29, 1802. Discusses the facts in the “causes of Vanderheuvel against the...
Your favor which I received on Saturday last, has relieved us from great anxiety, and another...