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The day before yesterday, my angel, I arrived here, but for the want of an opportunity could not...
I have received my angel two letters from you since my arrival in Camp with a packet of papers,...
I have received my beloved Betsey your letter informing me of the happy escape of your father. He...
In my last letter My Dearest Angel I informed you that there was a greater prospect of activity...
I had written the inclosed My Dear Betsey when the appearance of your father’s horses announcing...
[ Head of Elk, Maryland, September 5, 1781. On September 6, 1781, Hamilton wrote to Elizabeth...
Yesterday, my lovely wife, I wrote to you, inclosing you a letter in one to your father, to the...
How chequered is human life! How precarious is happiness! How easily do we often part with it for...
[ Camp before Yorktown, Virginia, October 10, 1781. On October 12, 1781, Hamilton wrote to...
I wrote you two days since My Dear Betsey, but as I am informed by one of the Gentlemen at Head...
Two nights ago, my Eliza, my duty and my honor obliged me to take a step in which your happiness...
Your letter of the 3d. of September my angel never reached me till to day. My uneasiness at not...
I am just arrived My Love at this place and shall cross Kings ferry tomorrow. I am much pleased...
I thank you my beloved for your precious letter by the post. It is full of that tender love which...
Engrossed by our own immediate concerns, I omitted telling you of a disagreeable piece of...
⟨The post my⟩ angel has met with some interruption (I suppose by the river being impassable)...
I wrote you my beloved Betsey by the last post, which I hope will not meet with the fate that...
I arrived My Dear Betsey at this place yesterday Evening not so much fatigued as I expected to...