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By unavoidable Incidents this Letter is delayed beyond the usual Time for which I assure you I am...
[ Kingston, New York, May 11, 1777. On May 12, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Morris: “I have received...
I have received the pleasure of your favour of yesterday’s date. The reasons you assign for the...
I had the Pleasure of your two Favors within two Days of each other and am very happy to find...
I this moment received the favour of your letter of the 16th instant. I partly agree and partly...
Kingston [ New York ] May 24, 1777. Has no news of the destruction of stores at St. Johns....
Your Letter gave me the Pleasure of knowing with Certainty what might be depended upon among the...
I received your favour of the 4th, by express. If I recollect how far my last went, it did not...
[ Saratoga, New York, July 18, 1777. On July 22, 1777, Hamilton wrote to Morris: “Your favour of...
Your favour of the 18th ⟨from Saratoga reached me⟩ yesterday. Your pronouncing Fort Edward among...