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I find myself fatigued with my journey or should wait on you this evening. While in Newyork I...
General Lee returns herewith the paper which the President was pleased to give to him last...
Thos Tinsley of this state will have the pleasure of presenting this letr He is desirous of...
I had the honor this moment to receive from the mail just arrived (Interrupted by the vast fall...
In my last I told you that I had contrived to get an unsuspected private friend to hire an...
Till very lately have I felt myself well enough to discharge my daily dutys & now hardly fit for...
Least the official transmission of the resolutions mentioned in my last may have been delayed, I...
When I reached this place which was as soon as my necessary call at home would permit I gave your...
I was early this morning my dear President with Col. H[oward] & he called on me Just now. I had I...
I am to receive in the course of next month Judge Wilsons bonds payable in one & two years to the...
A report from Norfolk announcing the arrival of a corvette there, with letters of recal of the...
The horse I mentioned to you is not of the sort you want: tho a well looking horse. I wished to...
It was a long time before I had an opportunity of making known to Mr Henry the purport of that...
6 June 1795, Richmond. Introduces Mr. Hopkins, “a gentleman from Newyork on a visit to our...
I trust you have got back to New York where I hope among many delights which will encircle you,...
I wrote to you the other day in reply to your ler. recd from Col. Carrington. The communications...
Forced to meander on my ride home to close as far as I could the various matters which I...
Major Morgan who acted in capacity of aid de camp with me during the expedition placed under my...
[ Nailer’s Farm , Pennsylvania, November 13, 1794 . On November 13, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Lee :...
Letter not found: from Henry Lee, c.3 Nov. 1794. On 3 Nov., Alexander Hamilton wrote GW, “A...
I hear with real joy that you have joined the happy circle & that too in the happiest manner. To...
Altho I have had near two days to reflect on the purport of the letr received from the secretary...
I am extremely chagrined on finding from your private letter accompanying your public letter that...
Pardon me for again writing to you in so short a time—I always do it with reluctance, because I...
[ Richmond, August 19, 1794. On August 27, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I have … received your...
your late orders for a detachment of militia & proclamation give birth to a variety of sensations...
To shew you that all is not anger & that truth may perhaps regain its empire I enclose the...
You must know that we Virginians think that the president seems to undervalue us as seamen. I...
I consider myself very fortunate in arriving here at the same time that you did as I shall have...
I informed the Secretary of War since my arrival, that I should devote all the leisure I might...