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[ New York, June 7, 1790. On June 22, 1790, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “Your letter of the 7th. instant … did not come into my hands until the 19th.” Letter not found. ] Printed in this volume.
I have received your favor of the 13th. as I did that of march in due season—One wishes to be informed of all facts in which the public is interested—but the details of Rhode Island manoeuvres is distressing. The Senate yesterday passed a bill, which cutts off all communication with Rhode Island, if she chooses such a solitary selfish and unsocial system. The bill passed by a great majority...
Many months ago I received a kind letter from you, which by some sad accident or strange fatality has never been answered. I really know not how this happened: but I hope you will excuse it and beleive me to be as I am, at all times ready to promote your views, expressed in it as far as I may have opportunity and ability. We are very greatly dissapointed in the election of Delegates to your...
Your favr dated 14th Feby only reached me Yesterday. The arrangement of the two Rhode Island Regt has been settled, and the Commissions are now in my hands waiting an opportunity for forwarding them. I have the honor to be Sir Your most obt Servt. Df , in Tench Tilghman’s writing, DLC:GW ; Varick transcript , DLC:GW . A purported LS was offered for sale by Christie’s, June 1990, catalog no....
I had, Yesterday the Pleasure of receiving your Letter of the 22d of January, and beg Leave to assure you, I shall pay all proper Attention to its Contents, by rendering to the Gentleman whom you recommend, every service in my Power. I had before been introduced, to that young Gentleman by his Father, for whom I have conceived a great deal of Esteem, and from what I saw of the son and from...