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I yesterday had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 2d instt—and must beg you to accept of my most grateful acknowledgments for your good wishes and kind gratulations upon my entrance on a new and arduous task. It is only from the assurances of support which I have received from the respectable & worthy characters in every part of the Union, that I am enabled to overcome the diffidence...
Letter not found. 5 October 1789, New York. Acknowledged in Schuyler to JM, 1 Nov. 1789 , and enclosed in JM to Hamilton, ca. 5 Oct. 1789 . Asks Schuyler to contact John Taylor of Albany regarding a contract with JM and James Monroe to buy 900 acres in the Mohawk Valley.
Some enquiries having been made of me by important Characters on the state of agriculture in America, comprehending its Several relations, and intended to ascertain the value of our lands, with their yield in the several kinds of grain, grass &ca—the prices of farming stock, the prices of produce &ca together with a list of the Taxes in the different States, which may in any way affect the...
[ Philadelphia, January 24, 1792. On January 29, 1792, Schuyler wrote to Hamilton : “Your favor of the 24th instant I received yesterday.” Letter not found. Schuyler, who was H’s father-in-law, had been elected to the short term as United States Senator from New York in 1789 and was defeated for re-election by Aaron Burr in 1791. He was then elected to the fifteenth New York Senate, which met...
[ November 8, 1793. On November 17, 1793, Schuyler wrote to Hamilton : “The mail … brought your favor of the 8th Instant.” Letter not found. ]
I herewith transmit you a list of Indian goods, intended to be presented to the Six Nations for the services rendered by them to the United States, in the late attempt to make peace with the hostile Indians. Considering that it may be precarious, on account of the season being so far advanced, to have the goods shipped from New York, and judging that the articles may be equally as well...
[ Philadelphia, December 26, 1793. On January 5, 1794, Schuyler wrote to Hamilton : “nor are we without apprehension on your Account, from what you say in Your letter of the 26th. ult:” Letter not found. ]
It being intended to establish immediately a recruiting rendezvous at Albany, I take the liberty to request you, to engage a Person who will furnish the necessary Supplies; informing me of what has been done. The rations to be supplied are to consist of the following Articles Vizt—   1 lb of Bread or flour   1 lb of beef or ¾ lb of pork   ½ jill of Rum, brandy or Whiskey 1 Quart of Salt { per...
[ Philadelphia, December 20, 1794. On January 5, 1795, Schuyler acknowledged receipt of Hamilton’s “favor of the 20th Ult.” Letter not found. ] Schuyler was H’s father-in-law.
[ Albany, April 14, 1795. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold at C. F. Libbie and Company, February 25, 1909, Item 674.
[ New York, August 27, 1795. On August 31, 1795, Schuyler wrote to Hamilton : “I thank for you[r] favor of the 27th Instant.” Letter not found. ]