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Notwithstanding the arduous, and important affairs in which your Excellency must be deeply...
Having seen the Bill for establishing the judiciary department of the Government of the United...
In consequence of an application from the executors of the late General Greene, to relate what I...
I am informed Mr Rutledge has lately accepted the appointment of Cheif Justice of the State of...
It is with reluctance I find myself Obliged to resign the appointment I hold in the judicial...
I had the Honor some time since, of apprising you of my intention of resigning my commission as...
On Saturday the 25th of february 1804 I went with General Hamilton to the lodgings of Judge Purdy...
General Hamilton says he cannot imagine to what Doctr. Cooper may have alluded unless it were to...
In answer to a letter properly adapted to obtain from General Hamilton a declaration whether he...
I have communicated to General Hamilton the letter you did me the honor to write me of this date....