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On the 27 & 28th of last month I took the liberty of writing you an official and private Letter,...
By the post in an official Letter I forward to you the accounts respecting Mr. Jays embarkation,...
[ New York, May 27, 1794. On June 16, 1794, Seton wrote to Hamilton : “On the 27 & 28th of last...
I have been much chagrined at the delay in forwarding you the required papers, but when so many...
Late last night I received your favour of the 5th. with the enclosure for Mr. Verplanck, which I...
The enclosed I have just received from Mr. Church with a very polite Letter to myself. He did not...
Not wishing to infringe upon one moment of your time during the arduous & busy scene you have...
I took the liberty of writing you a few lines by my friend Mr. Maitland—who this day informs me...
The Bearer Mr. David Maitland is a partner in my House of Commerce & my particular friend he...
It is a long while since I have had the pleasure to hear from you, and nothing has occured here...
I did not answer your Letter of the 29th. till I should see Mr. Verplanck, which I did just as I...
Permit me My dear sir among the great number of your friends who rejoice at the Triumph you have...
It is a long while since I have had the pleasure of a confidential intercourse with you. I...
Agreably to your desire I now enclose Copies of all the Letters I received from you respecting...
Your last Letters were delivered to me just at the Moment of severe affliction. I have not been...
Shortly after I received your kind Letter of the 25th: I found by a Letter from your department...
I am honoured with a letter from your Department of the 1st, inst. respecting the payments that...
I would not give an earlier reply to your favour of the 17th. till I should have seen the Partys...
I have made a long delay in answering your favours of the 12th & 19th. owing to not being able to...
I now enclose you the Bond of Baron Steuben which I took up from Mr. Cutting with his receipt for...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letters of the 24th & 30th. May agreably to...
I am honourd with your Letter of the 24th. & have informed Messrs. Beach & Canfield, that I will...
Your kind letter of the 23d, I did not receive till after the last post for the week was gone...
[ New York, May 7, 1792. On May 10, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Seton : “I received your letter of...
Before I received your official Letter of the 25th. extending a Credit to the Commissioner of...
I received your Letter by the Express on fryday Morning, previous to which I had been relieving a...
I find upon enquiry from those who are most conversant in the nature and extent of the Stock...
[ New York, April 10, 1792. On April 12, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Seton : “I have your letters of...
I did not answer your kind favour of the 4th. this morning as I wished to take in the occurrences...
I had the pleasure to receive your kind Letter of yesterday, this day at 10 o’Clock. We have no...