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[ 1789–1795 .] Encloses the decision of the Federal District Court of Connecticut on the petition...
Mr. Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
[ Boston, 1789. ] Discusses the difficulty of distinguishing between goods on which duties have...
4Tax Assessment, 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
New York, 1789. Hamilton’s house at 58 Wall Street was assessed at £1,200 and his personal...
For the New-York Daily Gazette. To the Electors of the City and County of New York. Fellow...
New York, April 25, 1789. Conveys to Anthon in return for eight hundred pounds “All that certain...
H___ G___. having been informed that Mr. Willet has received a letter from the Attorney General,...
State of N.Y. to Alexander Hamilton for services as Member of Congress from 21 Feby–5 May 73 days...
[ New York ] April 14, 1789 . Acknowledges receipt of £112 for services as counsel in a...
There is little doubt that Hamilton wrote the “H.G.” letters. Although he never said as much,...
11H. G. Letter XIV, 9 April 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
In mine of the 25th of February last, I observed, that there were reasons to conclude that the...
For the New-York Journal, &c. Mr. Greenleaf, You are requested to publish this address in your...
The Committee appointed to promote the election of Judge Yates as Governor have requested Mr....
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Brigr General James Jackson, (a representative from...
To the Independent and Patriotic Electors of the State of NewYork. It is not long since we...
The bearer of this is a Mr. Claxton, who is desirous of being a messenger or something...
Circumstances prevented my seeing a certain Gentleman. But I have reflected more fully on the...
Your Conduct having always evinced, not only a fervent and enlightened Zeal for the Rights and...
H___ G___, for public reasons does not think it expedient to relinquish the character in which he...
Newburgh [ New York ] March 24, 1789 . States that a meeting of freeholders of Newburgh “by a...
Marinus Willett informs H___ G___, that it is not his wish to divert him from the pursuit of his...
I wrote to you on Wednesday evening, respecting the circumstances attending the suppression of a...
I perceive by this day’s Advertiser that you have thought proper to come forward, with an air of...
Some short time after the evacuation of this City, on the occasion of certain irregularities...
[ New York, March 17, 1789. ] On this date Hamilton’s name was listed as one of the subscribers...
[ New York ] March 11, 1789 . At a meeting of the New York Society of the Cincinnati “held on the...
The last of the circumstances mentioned by me in my letter of the 26th of February, as evincive...
28H. G. Letter XII, 8 March 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
The seventh of the circumstances enumerated in proof of his Excellency’s enmity to the Union is,...
I A March 7th. 1789 Army in old Emissions Dr. To John Pierce Pay Master General, his account old...
The next in order of the circumstances, alledged in proof of the unfriendly disposition of the...
31H. G. Letter XI, 6 March 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
One of the circumstances stated to you in mine of the 26th of February, to shew that the Governor...
32H. G. Letter X, 4 March 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
Sometime in the latter part of the year 1785, or beginning of 1786, the state of Virginia...
It is in my opinion intirely necessary that the Common Council should be convened this day in...
Having been appointed by two different, and very numerous meetings of the inhabitants of this...
35H. G. Letter IX, 3 March 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
I have mentioned as a third circumstance tending to prove the enmity of the Governor to the...
SCHEDULE C Abstract of the Liquidated and Loan-Office Debt of the United States, on the 3d March...
The second particular, which I have stated as evidence of Mr. Clinton’s enmity to the union, is,...
Your favor of the 25 Jany came in good time. Our Votes were given agreeably to your wishes...
As it will evidently be of great use in the ensuing election to have some Gentlemen of activity...
The embarrassments experienced in carrying through the first plan, the increase of the national...
In my last I stated a number of facts tending to prove that Mr. Clinton is not a friend to the...
New York, February 27, 1789. A newspaper writer who signed himself “A Spectator” reported that...
I shall now proceed to give you a brief history of the Governor’s administration since the peace,...
The Committee appointed by the Meeting at Bardin’s Tavern, on Monday evening, for the purpose of...
In your’s of the 23d instant, which has just come to hand, you observe that there are persons in...
You will perceive, my dear Sir, from the sketch, I have given you, that though the present...
You mention towards the close of your letter, two reports circulating in your county, which you...
Shortly after the breaking out of the war with Great-Britain, Mr. Clinton received an appointment...
Your letter of the 18th instant, has duly come to hand, and entitles you to my particular thanks....
Jamaica [ New York ] February 19, 1789 . Several “electors and freeholders” of the County of...