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[ New York ] July 23, 1784 . “Mr. Laurance & myself who have been retained by Mr. R. Smith being about to leave Town, I have recommended Mr. Smith to you in our absence.” ALS , Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas. Varick was recorder for New York City. John Laurance, a New York lawyer.
[ New York, January 13, 1785. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue Letter not found. ] ALS , sold by Patrick Madigan, New York City, 1914, New Series 2.
[ New York ] December 20, 1785 . “In the cause of Macaulay v. Ludlow … I will thank you to take the suit to yourself and carry it on.” ALS , Pierpont Morgan Library, New York City.
[ New York, April 13, 1786. The catalogue description of this letter states that Hamilton asked Varick if he would “meet a small number of friends this evening at the Tavern, formerly Capes—7 o’clock.” Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at Parke-Bernet Galleries, May 17, 1948, Lot 214.
[ New York ] July 28, 1785 . Asks Varick to suggest names for a commission to examine witnesses in a case pending between John Wardrop and Alexander Macauley Macaulay . ALS , Estelle Doheny Collection in the Edward L. Doheny Memorial Library at St. John’s Seminary, Camarillo, California.
[ New York ] May 24, 1786 . Encloses “a draft of the trust deed with the papers relating to it” and asks Varick to make the necessary amendments. ALS , Columbia University Libraries.
Commodore Nicholson tells me this evening that they are nearly at a stand for want of funds. I commit the guardianship of my poor bantling to you. Pray dont let it suffer. Another thousand by the corporation will relieve all our difficulties. Yrs. sincerely ALS , MS Division, New York Public Library, New York City. Varick at this time was recorder for New York City. On September 30, 1788, the...
Mr. Hamiltons Compliments to the Recorder and to Doctor Bailey —is very sorry that he can’t have the pleasure of meeting them this Evening as the weather is bad and he is a good deal indisposed. AL , New-York Historical Society, New York City. Varick was the recorder of New York City. Dr. Richard Bailey (Bayley), a native of Connecticut, had studied medicine in New York City and later in...
Mrs. Hamilton insists on my dining with her to day as this is the day of departure and you (who are not a prophane batchelor like Benson) will know that in such a case implicit obedience on my part is proper. This deprives me of the pleasure of dining with you. Yr. friend & serv ALS , Mr. William N. Dearborn, Nashville, Tennessee. On this date H left to attend the Annapolis Convention to which...