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I have just received your letter of the 16th instant. I am sure you are sincere when you say, you...
[ Philadelphia, August 22, 1792. On September 10, 1792, Lee wrote to Hamilton : “I found on my...
It has been communicated to me that the Commonwealth of Virginia, by an act not long since...
[ Philadelphia, June 15, 1793. On the back of Lee’s letter to him of May 6, 1793 , Hamilton...
There is no foundation, My Dear Sir, that I know of, for the Report of the Offence said to have...
[ Philadelphia, June 17, 1794. On the back of a letter which Lee wrote to Hamilton on March 6,...
[ Philadelphia, August 21, 1794. “In the absence of The Secretary at War, I have the honor to...
In place of The Secretary at War, who is absent, I am instructed by The President to signify to...
In consequence of information just received from the Commissioners sent to confer with the...
[ Philadelphia, August 25, 1794. On September 2, 1794, Lee wrote to Hamilton : “I am extremely...
Inclosed are duplicates of two letters which went by the last Post. I have since received your...
War Department, September 3, 1794. “As it will be highly necessary that the Militia called out by...
There is something about our friend Smith that perplexes and distresses me. I cannot suppose any...
I have it in special instruction from the President of the United States, now at this place, to...
If it has not been already done, I beg leave to recommend, that the routes of the troops under...
[ Philadelphia, December 19, 1794. On December 31, 1794, Lee wrote to Hamilton and referred to...