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Whereas the officers of the several lines under the immediate command of His Excellency General...
Mr. Hamilton urged the propriety of proceeding with coolness and circumspection. He thought it...
Resolved that as Congress are desirous of manifesting at all times the most perfect confidence in...
[ Philadelphia, March 18, 1783. On May 4, 1783, Schuyler wrote to Hamilton : “Your several favors...
[ Philadelphia ] March 18, 1783 . A memorial of Thomas Wiggins, a Canadian merchant and Indian...
We have the honor to inclose Your Excellency the provisional articles agreed upon between the...
I am duely honored with Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th. and, 12th. instant. It is much to be...
[ Philadelphia, March 17, 1783. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from General Hamilton to...
I am duely honored with Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th and 12th instant—It is much to be...
Though disagreeable to appear in any manner in a personal dispute, yet I cannot in justice to you...
A motion was made by Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Wilson to strike out the limitation of 25 years and to...
A motion was made by Mr. Hamilton & Mr. Wilson to strike out the clauses relative to the...
The Committee to whom was committed the report of the Grand Committee on the memorial of Pelatiah...
Mr. Hamilton having transmitted Your Excellency the late proceedings of Congress for carrying the...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency lately on a very confidential subjec⟨t⟩ and shall...
This motion produced … lengthy & warm debates. Mr. Lee & Mr. Bland on one side disparaging the...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency lately on a very confidential subject and shall be...
Whereas in the opinion of Congress it is essential to those principles of justice and liberality...
In my letter of the 14th. I informed Your Excellency that Congress were employed in devising a...
Resolved That Lieut. Col Morris Aid de Camp to Major General Greene be allowed the Pay &...
[ Philadelphia, February 24, 1783. The description of this letter reads: “Referring to a plan for...
The bearer Abby Mot is a soldiers widow in great distress who wants to go to her friends in the...
[ Philadelphia, February 22, 1783. On the last page of a memorial of Philip Thompson to the...
Mr. Hamilton enlarged on the general utility of permanent funds to the fœderal interests of this...
The Committee to whom were referred the letter from The Commander in Chief with its inclosures...
The conversation turned on the subject of revenue under the consideration of Congress, and on the...
A motion was made by Mr. Hamilton seconded by Mr. Bland to postpone the clause of the report made...
Mr. Hamilton opposed the motion strenuously, declared that as a friend to the army as well as to...
Whereas it is the desire of Congress that the motives of their deliberations and measures (as far...
Whereas it is in the opinion of Congress essential to those principles of justice & liberality...
In a letter which I wrote lately to General Schuyler, I informed him of the import of the answer...
Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I mak⟨e⟩...
Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I make as...
That it is the Opinion of Congress that complete justice cannot be done to the Creditors of the...
Resolved , That in order to enable Congress to form an eventual plan towards carrying into...
Whereas the carrying into execution the 8th article of the confederation relative to a valuation...
The Committee to whom was referred the Memorial from Mr. De Cazeau report: That it appears by Mr....
[ Philadelphia, December, 1782–January, 1783. “In a late report which had been drawn up by Mr....
Mr. Hamilton disliked every plan that made but partial provision for the public debts; as an...
Mr. Hamilton, in reply to Mr. Elseworth dwelt long on the inefficacy of State funds. He supposed...
Mr. Hamilton went extensively into the subject; the sum of it was as follows: he observed that...
The Grand Committee having considered the contents of the Memorial presented by the army find...
The Committee to whom was referred the motion of Mr. Arnold and those subsequent thereupon report...
I am honored with your excellency’s letter of the 29th. Decr. I have received an order from Col....
The Committee to whom was referred the letter from the Qr. Mr. General of the 4th. of December...
⟨The post my⟩ angel has met with some interruption (I suppose by the river being impassable)...
On the report for valuing the land conformably to the rule laid down in the fœderal articles, the...
The Committee to whom was recommitted the letter of the 22d. of December from the Secretary at...
As the Legislature will shortly meet I take the liberty to mention to Your Excellency, that it...
That the President make the acknowlegements of Congress in a particular manner to His Excellency...