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Forced to meander on my ride home to close as far as I could the various matters which I...
I trust you have got back to New York where I hope among many delights which will encircle you,...
[ Nailer’s Farm , Pennsylvania, November 13, 1794 . On November 13, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Lee :...
I found on my return from a visit to the southwestern frontier of this state your letter of the...
You must know that we Virginians think that the president seems to undervalue us as seamen. I...
I wrote to you the other day in reply to your ler. recd from Col. Carrington. The communications...
We have heard here that a circular ltr. from you to the several collectors relative to French...
Among the late exiles from St. Domingo in consequence of the misfortunes to which the inhabitants...
To shew you that all is not anger & that truth may perhaps regain its empire I enclose the...
Mr Cox was about taking to you my riding horse, but my apprehension of yr. necessary hurry & my...
I cannot so well execute Mr. Randolph’s desire as by enclosing his letter to me. Whatever he has...
I heard of your illness, with pain I heard of your repulse in n jersey, of your consternating Mr....
I am extremely chagrined on finding from your private letter accompanying your public letter that...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 22d. Ultimo and submitted the same to the Council...
The letr. sent to your care, be pleased to return. Your undertaking is truely arduous but I trust...
[ Richmond, August 19, 1794. On August 27, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I have … received your...
I had your letter delivered to me last evening & feel myself hurt at the suggestions it contains...
Use your first leisure & tell me all the political news, especially whether it is possible that...
Our parting conversation has deeply employed my mind & I continue to lament exceedingly the...
My assiduity has been exercised to procure for you a riding horse ever since my return. My...
Least my brother should have returned I take the liberty of asking your safe delivery of the two...
I beg leave to transmit to you the enclosed copy of a letter from Colonel Newton. The President...
I do myself the honor to transmit to you a letter addressed to me by the British Consul residing...
Richmond, 30 Dec. 1792 . Introduces Lord Garlies to TJ as a “young nobleman … entitled to every...
The preservation of the relative importance of Virginia among her sister states must be held...
Richmond, 7 June 1793 . If TJ can give letters of introduction to the bearer, Mr. Livingston, a...
The intelligence contained in the letter from the British Consul at Norfolk of the 26th. ultimo,...
The enclosed resolution of the G. assembly I very much wish to see fitly and ingeniously executed...
I did my self the honor to write to the President of the United States, a few days past relative...
Your letter of the 14th. was received by the last night’s mail, in answer to which I beg leave to...
The General Assembly in their last Session, passed a resolution and address congratulating the...
It has been deemed proper by this Government to direct Vessels coming from Philadelphia, the...
For many sessions past has the General Assembly of this Commonwealth turned their attention...
Some few days after my late domestic calamity which stings me to the quick, I left this place on...
Since your illness at Georgetown I have heard nothing of you, only that you had so far recovered...
I have your letter of the 29h. Frenau’s Gazette you mention has not reached me, nor indeed have I...
6 June 1795, Richmond. Introduces Mr. Hopkins, “a gentleman from Newyork on a visit to our...
I have your two letters of the 6th & 11th. The last communicated the appointment of commander in...
Before I left home, Col Lee being about to depart for Congress, I wrote you by him. Since my...
In the forenoon this day I got here—soon saw the President & your affectionate friend Mr....
As I hope on my return to Virga. to raise as much money as will pay off old Fairfax & put into...
The enclosed please to give to our friend Frenau. It contains a list of some subscribers to his...
Snow on the ground for seven days past & now snowing fast. Good weather for wheat. Your letter of...
During my absence the physicians attending our afflicted countryman Col: Fisher have after...
I got here last night from a trip to the great falls, & met your letr. of the 4th. It is really...
I beg leave to make known to you the bearer Docr. Morrow. He was early engaged in the service of...
Soon after I parted with you, I left Phild. and quickly got here. My whole rout presented to me...
I had the pleasure last night to receive your letter of the 28h. March with the newspapers...
I hear with real joy that you have joined the happy circle & that too in the happiest manner. To...
I received last night your letter of the 21st. On reference to the post office the subscribers to...