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1 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 31 July 1791 1791-07-31 I gave your letter addressed to Mrs Warren into the hands of her husband, and tho, you inform me,...
2 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 15 August 1791 1791-08-15 I have heard that the Bank of N York propose to reserve a number of their shares for the...
3 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 8 September … 1791-09-08 The immoderately long letter which I took the liberty to write you some time ago, will, probably,...
4 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 10 June 1792 1792-06-10 Those who percieve the arduous nature of your duties, ought to wish to aid you in executing them....
5 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 31 August 1793 1793-08-31 I am happy to see the good effect of the exertions which have been made to keep our country from...
6 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 13–14 April … 1796-04-13 [ Philadelphia, April 13–14, 1796. On April 15, 1796, Hamilton wrote to Rufus King and referred...
7 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 26 January 1797 1797-01-26 My last was written hastily & under some impressions of the moment which I had not time to...
8 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, 26 August 1800 1800-08-26 I have communicated your letter, by Mr Coolidge, to Mr Cabot and two or three friends I have...
9 Ames, Fisher Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Fisher Ames, [December 1800] 1800-12-01 The situation we are in, though not unexpected by a few, has filled the public with equal...