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From some returns which have already come to me I am led to fear that smuggling has already began...
Mr Pomeroy has delivered me your Letter of the 4th Instant. It is doubtless of very great...
November 12. 1789 The above is a copy of a letter transmitted you some days since. I am just...
Persuaded that there was nothing better to be done with Mr Chaloner, I approve the arrangement...
I am sorry to learn that a certain heresy makes a progress. But there must be a portion of...
I sent you some days since the statement of monies received by me on account of Mr Church & shall...
Shortly after I came into Office I remember your having told me that Glauback (whom you...
A press of business has prevented my replying sooner to your late letter on the subject of...
[ Albany, April 27, 1795. On May 31, 1795, Wadsworth wrote to Hamilton : “Your favor of the 27...
I find on perusing the papers that the account received by letter of a certain transaction was...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance and recommend to your Civilities the bearer of this,...
A few days since I wrote you my opinion concerning the good policy of supporting faithfully...
I have lately received a line from you. I had been apprised of the machination to cheat us into...
Col Hamilton requests Col Wadsworth as often as convenient to make inquiry and take minutes of...
You will think me a sad delinquent and You will have reason. I plead guilty & crave the mercy of...
Shortly after I came into Office I remember your having told me that Glauback (whom you...
I perceive you are an elector. In this state we support unanimously John Adams and Thomas...