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The sitting of the Court and an uncommon pressure of business have unavoidably delayed an answer...
My late situation exposes me to applications which I cannot resist without appearing unkind. It...
Mrs. De Neuville widow of Mr. De Neuville formerly of Holland lately passed through this City. On...
I duly received your letter of the 12th. instant. My avocations have not permitted me sooner to...
My anxiety for such a course of things as will most promise a continuance of peace to the...
I have been employed in making and have actually completed a rough draft on the following heads “...
Yesterday after the departure of the Post I received your letter of the 3d. I have since seen the...
I have lately been honored with two letters from you, one from Mount Vernon the other from...
I have received your letter of the 6th. by the bearer. The draft was sent forward by Post on...
I return the draft corrected agreeably to your intimations. You will observe a short paragraph...
I have received your two late letters, the last but one transmitting me a certain draft. It will...
About a fortnight since, I sent you a certain draft. I now send you another on the plan of...
I have the pleasure to send you herewith a certain draft which I have endeavoured to make as...
I was in due time favoured with your letter of the 26 June & consulted the Gentleman you name on...
I have received information this morning of a nature which I think you ought to receive without...
Your letter of the 29th was delivered me by Mr. King yesterday afternoon. I thought I had...
A belief that the occasion to which they may be applicable is not likely to occur, whatever may...
When last in Philadelphia you mentioned to me your wish that I should re dress a certain paper...
The letter of which the inclosed is a copy contains such extraordinary matter that I could not...
It gives me great pleasure to have the opportunity of announcing to you one whom I know to be so...
I have done something but not what I intended. The sitting of two Courts & my professional...
The express is this morning gone off with your letter to Young LaFayette. I foresaw when in...
I wish the inclosed could have been sent in a more perfect State. But it was impossible. I hope...
I have received your resolution and have considered it with the attention always due to a request...
I am mortified at not being able to send you by this post a certain draft. But the opinion that...
I perceived by the News Paper that the resolution has been carried. I have not been idle as far...
I had the honor to receive yesterday your letter of the 22. The course you suggest has some...
This letter contains the first references in Hamilton’s extant correspondence to what proved to...
I found Young La Fayette here and delivered him your Letter which much relieved him. I fancy you...
The Bearer of this letter is Doctor Bolman whom you have heared of as having made an attempt for...
Mr. Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
I have the pleasure to send you enclosed two letters one from Young La Fayette the other from his...
I have received your letter of the . Young La Fayette is now with me. I had before made an offer...
Since my last, La Fayette & his tutor have been here. I conversed with them concerning a future...
Your letters of the 16 and 18 instant with their inclosures are received. An extraordinary...
I received on the second instant your two letters of the 29th. of October with the inclosures. An...
I have noticed a piece in the Aurora under the signature of the Calm Observer which I think...
About a fortnight since arrived here Mr. Fristel with G W. Fayette son of the Marquis. The...
I had the pleasure of receiving two days since your letter of the 31 Ulto. A great press of...
[ New York, July 21, 1795. On July 29, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “Your letters of the...
[ New York, July 20, 1795. On July 29, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “Your letters of the...
[ New York, July 13, 1795. On July 14, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “I received your...
[ New York, July 11, 1795. On July 13, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “I was almost in the...
[ New York, July 10, 1795. On July 13, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “I have … been duly...
[ New York, July 9, 1795. On July 13, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “I have … been duly...
[ New York, July 6, 1795. On July 7, 1795, Washington wrote to Hamilton : “Your letter of...
I have heretofore had occasion to mention to you the merits of Mr. Simmons the writer of the...
The evening I had last the pleasure of seeing you, you asked my opinion whether any and what...
I have maturely reflected on the subject of the within papers. I do not hesitate to give it as my...
The circumstances of having offered my late report to Congress to the two houses which rendered...