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[Philadelphia] Gazette of the United States , June 4, 1792. Part of the column devoted to...
In pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives, bearing date of the 19th of this...
It is probable that many of you are not sufficiently apprised of the advantages of your own...
Let us now turn to the other side of the medal. To be struck with it, it is not necessary to...
Independent of the commands of honor, the coolest calculations of interest forbid our becoming...
The Paris Accounts inform us that France has lately exercised towards Genoa an act of atrocious...
For The Minerva. The French republic have, at various times, during the present war, complained...
There are appearances too strong not to excite apprehension that the affairs of this Country are...
The emissaries of France when driven from every other expedient for extenuating her depredations...
10Amicus, [11 September 1792] (Hamilton Papers)
For the National Gazette. A writer in the Gazette of Saturday last, after several observations,...
For the Gazette of the United States Mr. Fenno It was easy to foresee, when the hint appeared in...
For the Gazette of the United States . The charges which have been brought against “the EDITOR of...
For the Gazette of the United States Facts, Mr. Fenno, speak louder than words, and, under...
14Anti-Defamer, [19 August 1792] (Hamilton Papers)
For the Fœderal Gazette Russel under an affected moderation veils the most insidious and...
The [New York] Argus. Greenleaf’s New Daily Advertiser , December 27, 1796. In reprinting this...
SCHEDULE E Abstract of the Public Debt of the States Undermentioned, Agreeably to Statements...
As the removal of the residence of Congress from this city will necessarily dissolve our...
Lieutenant Colonel Beckwith.   The gazette of the United States, published this morning gives us...
Lt. Colonel Beckwith. The newspapers of yesterday and of this day mention communications to the...
Mr. Beckwith. I take the liberty of speaking very freely to you on every subject, and upon this...
[Beckwith] “Having heard that Governor St. Clair had asserted since his arrival in this place,...
[ Philadelphia, March-April, 1791. “… the Vice-president, Secretaries of the Treasury & War &...
Mr. —— I believe I told you during the winter, that Colonel Smith went to England on private...
Mr. _____ I have read the determination of the National Assembly of France of the 25th. of...
7.   [Beckwith] I am directed by Lord Dorchester to thank You for those expressions of civility,...
7   “If the United States were at war with a great or respectable nation, the case would be...
Seventh.   I have requested to see you on this occasion from a Wish to Explain Certain points,...
[Beckwith] “As our packet is to sail to morrow I wish to know, whether any thing has occurred to...
… 7.   23. is a man of capacity, but apt at particular times to give himself up too much to the...
… Supposed 7. I have mentioned Your application with all the circumstances attending it; there...