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The spirit of jacobinism, if not entirely a new spirit, has at least been cloathed with a more...
Take my ideas and weigh them of a proper course of conduct for our administration in the present...
[ New York, March 1, 1797. ] “Having reconsidered the case of your Uncle (Wm. Beekman’s) Will...
The emissaries of France when driven from every other expedient for extenuating her depredations...
The present inimitable course of our public affairs proves me to be a very bad politician so that...
[ New York, February 23, 1797. On March 3, 1797, Morris wrote to Hamilton and referred to “Yours...
The Paris Accounts inform us that France has lately exercised towards Genoa an act of atrocious...
I groan My Dr. Sir at the disgraceful course of our affairs. I pity all those who are officially...
Geave me leave to recall to your recollection and acquaintance Mr. De Talon the bearer of this,...
New York, February 11, 1797. “The suits against Riley as a Partner of Wetmore are expected to be...
If I recollect right, Chancellor Livingston while Secy for foreign Affairs reported a censure...
Independent of the commands of honor, the coolest calculations of interest forbid our becoming...
I duly received your letter of the 23 of Jany with its inclosure, for which I am much obliged to...
[ New York, February 4, 1797. On February 9, 1797, Morris wrote to Hamilton : “Your favour of the...
I have been reading the report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the subject of direct taxes. I...
A Million of Dollars per annum to be raised on buildings and lands on the following plan I   Upon...
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...
There are appearances too strong not to excite apprehension that the affairs of this Country are...
I remember that very early in the day & prior to any act of Great Britain the French passed a...
[ New York, January 21, 1797. On January 23, 1797, Morris wrote to Hamilton : “Your letter of the...
I received your late letter in due time. You seem to be of opinion to defer to a future period...
[ New York ] January 19, 1797 . “You are hereby requested to produce on the Trial of this cause...
This will probably be handed you by Mrs De Neuville widow of Mr. De Neuville of Holland a...
Mrs. De Neufville widow of Mr. De Neufville formerly of Holland is on her way to Philadelphia to...
Mrs. De Neuville widow of Mr. De Neuville formerly of Holland lately passed through this City. On...
For the Minerva It is remarkable how uniform our Jacobins have been in blaming and vilifying our...
There are circumstances, which render it too probable that a very delicate state of things is...
Poor Duer has now had a long & severe confinement—Such as would be adequate for no trifling...
Every step of the progress of the present war in Europe has been marked with horrors. If the...