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[ Philadelphia, March 17, 1783. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from General Hamilton to...
Your Excellency will, I am persuaded, readily admit the force of this sentiment, that though it...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency lately on a very confidential subject and shall be...
I wrote to Your Excellency a day or two ago by express—Since that a Committee appointed on the...
[ Philadelphia, February 24, 1783. The description of this letter reads: “Referring to a plan for...
[ Hopewell, New Jersey, June 23, 1778. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from General Hamilton...
You will see by the inclosed we are too late. Arnold went by water to the Vulture. I shall write...
Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I mak⟨e⟩...
The inclosed I write more in a public than in a private capacity. Here I write as a citizen...
I duly received your letter of the 14th and shall not fail in conjunction with General St Clair...
[ New Windsor, New York, November 12, 1777. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from General...
I arrived here yesterday at Noon and waited upon General Gates immediately on the business of my...
I have been detained here these two days by a fever and violent rheumatic pains throughout my...
I imagine your Excellency has been informed that in consequence of the resolution of Congress for...
On our present plan, It appears to me the quantity of ammunition proposed by General Knox for the...
I arrived here last night from Albany. Having given General Gates a little time to recollect...
I arrived at this place last night and unfortunately find myself unable to proceed any further....
We are honored with two letters from Your Excellency of the 10th and 21st; to the contents of...
You will see by the inclosed we are too late—Arnold went by water to the Vulture—I shall write to...
I had the inclosed letters for you in my Portmanteau without knowing it, as they were given me...
The result of what I have seen and heard concerning the enemy is, that they have incamped with...
There are still existing in the army so many abuses absolutely contrary to the military...
We are honored with two letters from Your Excellency of the 10th. and 21st to the contents of...
[ New York ] April 20, 1776 . The return is headed: “A Return of the Colony Company of Artillery...
Inclosed I transmit your Excellency a letter from the Count Destain. He has had the River sounded...
I duly received your letter of the 14th and shall not fail in conjunction with General St Clair...
In addition to the official report of our proceedings at Amboy, which your Excellency will...
I duly received your letter of the 14th. and shall not fail in conjunction with General St Clair...
[ Valley Forge ] January 29, 1778. Receipt for payment of $100 by Washington to Hamilton for...
There are two resolutions passed relative to the restoration of the British Prisoners and to...
There are two resolutions passed relative to the restoration of the British Prisoners and to...
The other day I applied to Col. Tilghman for an order for Shoes for the Two Companies of levies....
paid at Christiana for family’s breakfast, horses &c.— £6.5  paid on the road from thence to...
I am extremely sorry your Excellency has been troubled with the affair to which the papers...
To His Excellency George Washington Esquire General and Commander in chief of the Forces of the...
Your Excellency will, I am persuaded, readily admit the force of this sentiment, that though it...
We have halted the troops at this place. The enemy, by our last reports, were four miles from...
We last night received the honor of Your Excellency’s letter of the 25th. of October; on the...
I have seen the enemy; those in view I calculate at about three thousand; there may be and...
Sometime last fall when I spoke to your Excellency about going to the Southward, I explained to...
On our present plan, It appears to me the quantity of ammunition proposed by General Knox for the...
I need not observe to yr Excellency that, Respect for the opinion of Congress will not permit me...
Mr. Renselaar who has the direction of the Armory here tells me that the Board of War, write him...
I lodged last night in the neighbourhood of New Windsor. This morning early, I met Col: Morgan...
I am duely honored with Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th and 12th instant—It is much to be...
Your Excellency will before this reaches you have received a letter from the Marquis De la...
Inclosed I transmit your Excellency a letter from the Count Destain. He has had the River sounded...
Mr Renselaar who has the direction of the Armory here tells me that the Board of War, write him...
The inclosed I write more in a public than in a private capacity—Here I write as a citizen...
Your Excellencys letter of the 30th of October reached us yesterday. We hope before this you will...