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on On the eve of departure to a possession 90. miles Southwestwardly from hence, where my affairs...
[ New York, May 7–11, 1804. On May 7–11, 1804, H wrote to Elizabeth Hamilton : “… if Morris will...
I fully intended to have dined with you to day but going to Town the two last days & forgetting...
It was my intention to have come to see you this afternoon, among other things to confer about...
The inclosed papers will so fully explain to you their object that I need add nothing more than...
You have seen certain resolutions unanimously pass our legislature for amending the Constitution...
Your letter of the 22d is the third favour for which I am indebted to you since you left N York....
Your favor of Oct. 28. is duly recieved, and I am very glad you have disposed of the service of...
Your favor of May 20. is just recieved and I hasten to reply to it. the view of the funds for...
Your favor of the 8th. Apr. found me at Monticello on a short visit to make some arrangements...
I hasten to give you some information which may be useful. I know as a fact that overtures have...
I thank you, My Dear Sir, for your letter of the 5 instant. The scruples you express about the...
I have lately, My Dear Sir, written to you two letters. As they contained some delicate topics, I...
The post of yesterday gave me the pleasure of a letter from you. I thank you for the...
I recieved last night from Colo. Wm. S. Smith the inclosed letters & documents with his request...
I will run the risk with you of giving countenance to a charge lately brought against me, though...
Altho’ I have but little expectation (from the information which I have received from your...
I am become so unprofitable a correspondent, and so remiss in my correspondencies, that nothing...
(Duplicate) (Private) My dear Sir, Mount Vernon 25th June 1794 The sole object of the enclosed...
(Private) My dear Sir, Baltimore June 19th 1794. The difficulty (under existing circumstances) of...
Mr. Duplaine, Vice-Consul of France at Boston, having by an armed force, opposed the course of...
My late letters to you have been of Aug. 16. 23. and 26: and a duplicate of the two first will...
This letter will be presented to you by Mr Lear, whom I beg leave (if he should go to France) to...
The inclosed papers should have been annexed to the documents of my letter of Aug. 16. but were...
The letter of the 16th. instant, with it’s documents accompanying this, will sufficiently inform...
In my letter of June 13th. I enclosed to you the copies of several letters, which had passed...
[ Philadelphia, July 25, 1793. On October 17, 1793, Morris wrote to Hamilton and acknowledged the...
I have before me your letters of the 28th of December 1792.—6th &10th of Jany & 14th of Feby...
The insulated state in which France is placed with respect to all the world almost by the present...
It has long since been observed that of the three millions of livres given by the court of France...
The bearer hereof Majr. Jackson formerly of the army, and afterwards of the President’s family,...
The bearer hereof, Mr. Barnes, is, as I understand, the representative of the company concerned...
The bearer hereof Doctor Edwards, a citizen of the US. proposing to visit Paris, I take the...
The public papers giving us reason to believe that the war is becoming nearly general in Europe,...
Mr. Robert Leslie a watchmaker of this city goes to establish himself at London. As his curiosity...
Since my letters of the 12th. and 15th. of the last month, which went by Mr. Dupont, I have...
My letters of the 12th. and 15th. of Mar. with your newspapers and laws were to have gone in the...
(Private) My dear Sir, Philadelphia March 25th 1793. It was not ’till the middle of February that...
The President has seen with satisfaction that the Ministers of the United States in Europe, while...
Your Nos. 8. to 13. inclusive have been duly received. I am sensible that your situation must...
My last to you was of Nov. 7. since which I have recieved your Nos. 8. and 9. I am apprehensive...
En reponse Monsieur à la lettre que vous nous aves fait L’honneur de nous Ecrire le 14 de ce...
My last to you was of the 15th. of Oct. since which I have recieved your Nos. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7....
Your private letter of Aug. 1. came duly to hand, and as soon as the Baltimore member arrives...
Notwithstanding the immense length & prolixity of my letter of yesterday it wd. have been...
After more than four weeks interruption some of the French mails in arrear were recieved here...
(Private) My dear Sir, Philadelphia Octr 20th 1792 . Although your letter of the 10th of June,...
I have duly received your favor of July 10. No. 4. but no other No. preceding or subsequent. I...
J’ai reçu, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m’avez fait l’honneur de m’écrire le 20. de ce mois, pour...
The Hague, September 21, 1792. “I answered by the last post yours of the 12th. recd. that day &...