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Having attentively considered the subject of your letter of the 19th April last, and the...
I last night received your Letter dated Yesterday. The Resolutions of the Common Council discover...
A friend of mine has a sudden and unexpected call for 5000 Dollars which I am anxious to assist...
I beg the favour of you to cause a search to be made in your office for books belonging to me,...
D , from a facsimile printed in Goebel, Law Practice Julius Goebel, Jr., ed., The Law Practice of...
The last post but one brought me your letter transmitting me a certificate of the freedom of the...
Commodore Nicholson tells me this evening that they are nearly at a stand for want of funds. I...
Mrs. Hamilton insists on my dining with her to day as this is the day of departure and you (who...
[ New York ] May 24, 1786 . Encloses “a draft of the trust deed with the papers relating to it”...
[ New York, April 13, 1786. The catalogue description of this letter states that Hamilton asked...
[ New York ] December 20, 1785 . “In the cause of Macaulay v. Ludlow … I will thank you to take...
[ New York ] July 28, 1785 . Asks Varick to suggest names for a commission to examine witnesses...
[ New York, January 13, 1785. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue Letter not found. ] ALS , sold...
Mr. Hamiltons Compliments to the Recorder and to Doctor Bailey —is very sorry that he can’t have...
[ New York ] July 23, 1784 . “Mr. Laurance & myself who have been retained by Mr. R. Smith being...
I have received several letters from you to Harrison and myself: the requisitions of which I...
The following is the address which the Marquis thinks will best answer the purpose—The Right...