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I had the pleasure to hear of you several times while you was on your journey by persons who met...
[ Philadelphia, May 30, 1791. On June 13, 1791, Ellery wrote to Hamilton : “I have received your...
With a view to the accommodation of those in your quarter, who may incline to become subscribers...
[ Philadelphia, May 30, 1791. On June 7, 1791, William Seton wrote to Hamilton : “I … acknowledge...
Having considered the case of the Ship Warren, Capt Smith belonging to Messr. Brown & Francis, I...
6[Diary entry: 30 May 1791] (Washington Papers)
Monday 30th. At 4 Oclock I was out from Major Fifers; and in about 10 Miles at the line which...
The devottees love to importune heaven—and every good Citizen seizes, with a delight mingled with...
The last Letter which I had the honor to address you was dated on the 17th ultimo. Since which...
Your expressions of satisfaction on my arrival in Salisbury are received with pleasure, and...
I did not expect to write to you again till my return to Philada., but as I think always of you,...