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I have not had much time to consider the Subject on which I promised to give you my opinion nor...
[ New York ] April 5, 1790 . Has received “One hundred Pounds New York Cury in Specie on acco of...
In answer to your letter of this date, I have to inform you that in pursuance of authority to me...
[ New York, September 10, 1790. On September 10, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Walker : “In answer to...
Since mine to you of the instant, it has occurred to me, that the President, in his direction to...
When I obtained leave of absence from America for six Months my principal object was a visit to...
The bearer of this Mr. George Parkinson is an ingenious Mechanic who has been engaged by me in...
I enclose you a letter which I have received from Mr Marshall. If you can with propriety...
[ Philadelphia, June 30, 1792. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS ,...
It is indispensable that an Ordinance should pass for the next election in October and it appears...