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121 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, [24 … 1783-02-24 [ Philadelphia, February 24, 1783. The description of this letter reads: “Referring to a plan for...
122 Hamilton, Alexander Hodgdon, Samuel From Alexander Hamilton to Samuel Hodgdon, [22 February … 1783-02-22 The bearer Abby Mot is a soldiers widow in great distress who wants to go to her friends in the...
123 Hamilton, Alexander Memorial of Philip Thompson, 22 February 1783 1783-02-22 [ Philadelphia, February 22, 1783. On the last page of a memorial of Philip Thompson to the...
124 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on the Utility of … 1783-02-21 Mr. Hamilton enlarged on the general utility of permanent funds to the fœderal interests of this...
125 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on a Letter from the … 1783-02-20 The Committee to whom were referred the letter from The Commander in Chief with its inclosures...
126 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on the Revenue and the … 1783-02-20 The conversation turned on the subject of revenue under the consideration of Congress, and on the...
127 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion and Remarks Against … 1783-02-19 A motion was made by Mr. Hamilton seconded by Mr. Bland to postpone the clause of the report made...
128 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on Appropriating the … 1783-02-19 Mr. Hamilton opposed the motion strenuously, declared that as a friend to the army as well as to...
129 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion that Debates on the … 1783-02-18 Whereas it is the desire of Congress that the motives of their deliberations and measures (as far...
130 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion on Abatements for States in … 1783-02-17 Whereas it is in the opinion of Congress essential to those principles of justice & liberality...
131 Hamilton, Alexander Clinton, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Clinton, 14 February … 1783-02-14 In a letter which I wrote lately to General Schuyler, I informed him of the import of the answer...
132 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, [13 … 1783-02-13 Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I mak⟨e⟩...
133 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George To George Washington from Alexander Hamilton, 13 … 1783-02-13 Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I make as...
134 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion on the Establishment of … 1783-02-12 That it is the Opinion of Congress that complete justice cannot be done to the Creditors of the...
135 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress First Motion on Evaluation of … 1783-02-06 Resolved , That in order to enable Congress to form an eventual plan towards carrying into...
136 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Second Motion on Evaluation of … 1783-02-06 Whereas the carrying into execution the 8th article of the confederation relative to a valuation...
137 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on the Memorial of Francis … 1783-02-06 The Committee to whom was referred the Memorial from Mr. De Cazeau report: That it appears by Mr....
138 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on a Memorial from the … 1782-12-01 [ Philadelphia, December, 1782–January, 1783. “In a late report which had been drawn up by Mr....
139 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on Plans for Paying the … 1783-01-29 Mr. Hamilton disliked every plan that made but partial provision for the public debts; as an...
140 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on the Collection of Funds … 1783-01-28 Mr. Hamilton, in reply to Mr. Elseworth dwelt long on the inefficacy of State funds. He supposed...
141 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on Raising Funds for the … 1783-01-27 Mr. Hamilton went extensively into the subject; the sum of it was as follows: he observed that...
142 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on Army Memorial, 22 … 1783-01-22 The Grand Committee having considered the contents of the Memorial presented by the army find...
143 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on a Motion of the Rhode … 1783-01-13 The Committee to whom was referred the motion of Mr. Arnold and those subsequent thereupon report...
144 Hamilton, Alexander Clinton, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Clinton, [12 January] … 1783-01-12 I am honored with your excellency’s letter of the 29th. Decr. I have received an order from Col....
145 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on the Quartermaster … 1783-01-09 The Committee to whom was referred the letter from the Qr. Mr. General of the 4th. of December...
146 Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton, Elizabeth From Alexander Hamilton to Elizabeth Hamilton, [8 … 1783-01-08 ⟨The post my⟩ angel has met with some interruption (I suppose by the river being impassable)...
147 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on the Valuation of Lands … 1783-01-08 On the report for valuing the land conformably to the rule laid down in the fœderal articles, the...
148 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on the Promotion of … 1783-01-07 The Committee to whom was recommitted the letter of the 22d. of December from the Secretary at...
149 Hamilton, Alexander Clinton, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Clinton, 1 January … 1783-01-01 As the Legislature will shortly meet I take the liberty to mention to Your Excellency, that it...
150 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Resolution on the Services of … 1783-01-01 That the President make the acknowlegements of Congress in a particular manner to His Excellency...
151 Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton, Elizabeth From Alexander Hamilton to Elizabeth Hamilton, [1782] 1782-01-01 Engrossed by our own immediate concerns, I omitted telling you of a disagreeable piece of...
152 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on the Suspension of Acts … 1782-12-31 The Committee to whom was referred the letter of the 24th. instant from the Secretary at War with...
153 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on Brigadier Generals James … 1782-12-31 The Committee to whom was referred the letter from the Secretary at War of the 22 instant report...
154 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on the Claim of Baron von … 1782-12-30 The Committee to whom was referred the letter from Major General The Baron De Steuben having...
155 Hamilton, Alexander Clinton, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Clinton, [25 December … 1782-12-25 Perhaps before this reaches you, you will have heard that the British have impliedly acknowleged...
156 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion that Requisitions on the … 1782-12-20 That the Committee appointed to consider and report what further or different provision may be...
157 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion on the Promotion of … 1782-12-16 That the Secretary at War report to Congress on friday next the number of additional promotion of...
158 Hamilton, Alexander Clinton, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Clinton, 18 December … 1782-12-18 I shall very shortly be out of cash, and shall therefore be much obliged to you to forward to me...
159 Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton, Elizabeth From Alexander Hamilton to Elizabeth Hamilton, [18 … 1782-12-18 I thank you my beloved for your precious letter by the post. It is full of that tender love which...
160 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion on Instructions to be Given … 1782-12-18 On motion of Mr Carroll seconded by Mr Ramsay Resolved That the Secy for foreign affairs be...
161 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on the Censure of David … 1782-12-18 The day was chiefly spent on the case of Mr. Howel; whose behaviour … led to a determined...
162 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion that a Committee be … 1782-12-18 Congress having in respect to the articles of Confederation admitted on their journals an entry...
163 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on the Deputation to Rhode … 1782-12-17 That the deputation appointed to go to the state of Rhode Island to Urge the Necessity of a...
164 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Motion Censuring David Howell, [17 … 1782-12-17 Mr. Howel having avowed himself the author of the letter respecting foreign loans and other...
165 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on a Letter from the … 1782-12-16 The Committee to whom was referred the letter from The Honorable William Bradford Esquire speaker...
166 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Report on Power of Secretary at … 1782-12-13 The Committee on the letter from Col Stewart to the Secretary at War report the following...
167 Hamilton, Alexander Laurance, John From Alexander Hamilton to John Laurance, [12 December … 1782-12-12 I was equally sorry My Dear friend that you were absent when I called at your house: I should...
168 Hamilton, Alexander Greene, William Continental Congress To William Greene, [11 December … 1782-12-11 Congress are equally affected and alarmed by the information they have received that the...
169 Hamilton, Alexander Continental Congress Remarks on the Hiring Out of … 1782-12-11 The Secy. at War was authorized to permit the British prisoners to hire themselves out on...
170 Hamilton, Alexander Clinton, George Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton … 1782-12-09 Inclosed we have the honor to transmit Your Excellency sundry resolutions of Congress of the 5th...