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My Dear Hamilton we are only leaving Philadelphia. The most flattering attentions have been paid to Meade & myself and such as would not permit us to progress before, unless we had shown ourselves entirely disregardless of the great world. Besides mot⟨ives⟩ of a public nature concurred to make us stay thus long. From all I have seen and heard there is a good dispostion ⟨in⟩ Congress to do all...
I came here, My Dear Hamilton, on Friday night to bid adieu to the General, to you and to My other Friends as a military man, and regret much that I have not had the happiness of seeing you. Tomorrow I am obliged to depart, and it is possible our separation may be for ever. But be this as it may, it can only be with respect to our persons, for as to affection, mine for You will continue to my...