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The General had just mounted his horse when your note arrived and did not see it. But if he had...
There is a man of your regiment with Mr. Garanger. The embarrassment of his circumstances induces...
Newburgh [ New York ] December 2, 1782. Asks to be promoted to rank of brigadier general....
There is a species of information, which it will be convenient to you to obtain and which will be...
New York, January, 1791. “Prompted by a sense of duty, to the Public, and Friendship to you, I am...
[ New York, November 11, 1791. On November 20, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Lamb : “Your private...
Your private letter of the 11th. instant duly came to hand. The inquiry concerning Mr....
[ Philadelphia, March 19, 1792 . On March 19, 1792, Hamilton wrote to William Seton , cashier of...
The enclosed paper is the Charter party of the Swedish Ship Maria, which was chartered by our...
[ New York, March 3, 1794. On March 6, 1794, Oliver Wolcott, Jr., wrote to Lamb: “The Secretary...