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Colo. Hamilton has communicated to me your Favour of the 18th. I have considered the request you were pleased to make for permission to return to New York and beg leave to inform you, that I do not think myself authorized to grant it. I hope this will not be attended with any personal inconveniences to yourself, or with any embarrassments to your friends in New York. I have the honor to be Sir...
Your letter (to me), conveying to me the resolutions of the Citizens of New York, at their late meeting, affords me much satisfaction. The approving voice of my Fellow Citizens can never be heard by me, with indifference. That of the Inhabitants of your respectable metropolis, must always give particular pleasure. A unanimity so perfect as appears to have prevailed among them, upon an occasion...