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Allow an old acquaintance to interrupt for a few minutes your attention & to divert it from the...
I have read, my dear Sir, with much satisfaction, your circular Letter & I am happy to find that...
Annals of Congress The Debates and Proceedings of the Congress of the United States; with an...
I observe Madison brings the power of the House of Representatives in the case of the Treaty to...
Mrs. De Neufville widow of Mr. De Neufville formerly of Holland is on her way to Philadelphia to...
[ Philadelphia, April 2, 1797. On April 5, 1797, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “I have received …...
I have received My Dear Sir Your letter of the with your little work accompanying it, which I...
Since my last to you I have perused with great satisfaction your little work on our Governments....
It must be acknowleged by all who can comprehend the subject that the present situation of the...
I shod. sooner have acknowledged the receipt of your interesting communication, had I not been...