Alexander Hamilton Papers

To Alexander Hamilton from Angelica Church, [February 1790]

From Angelica Church

[February, 1790]

Many thanks to my dear Brother for having written to his friend at a moment when he had the affairs of America on his mind;1 I am impatient to hear in what manner your Budget has been received and extremely anxious for your success.

I sometimes think you have now forgot me and that having seen me is like a dream which you can scarcely believe. Adieu I will not write this idea of being lost in the tumult of business and ambition does not enliven my spirits—adieu soy ez heureux au dessus de tout le monde.

Hamilton, Intimate Life description begins Allan McLane Hamilton, The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton (New York, 1910). description ends , 57.

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