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Volumes | Volume III: 1782–1786 | Documents

From James McHenry, 31 January 1782Receipt to Jacob Cuyler, 5 February 1782From Robert Morris, 12 February 1782To James McHenry, [26 February 1782]To George Washington, [1 March 1782]To George Washington, [1 March 1782]Cash Book, [1 March 1782–1791]To Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens, 2 March 1782To James McHenry, 8 March 1782To Major Nicholas Fish, [March 1782]To Richard Kidder Meade, March 1782From Marquis de Lafayette, 12 April 1782From Robert Morris, 15 April 1782, with enclosureFrom Robert Morris, 15 April 1782The Continentalist No. V, [18 April 1782]Suspension of the Rule Requiring Lawyers to Serve a Three-Year Clerkship in Favor of Alexander Hamilton, [26 April 1782]Army Agreement Certified by Alexander Hamilton, 30 April 1782To Vicomte de Noailles, [April–June 1782]From Robert Morris, 2 May 1782To Robert Morris, 4 May 1782From James Duane, 5 May 1782From Robert Morris, 15 May 1782To Robert Morris, 18 May 1782From Robert Morris, 20 May 1782From Robert Morris, 4 June 1782To Major General Henry Knox, [7 June 1782]To Robert Morris, [17 June 1782]To Comfort Sands, [23 June 1782]From Marquis de Lafayette, 29 June 1782From Robert Morris, 2 July 1782The Continentalist No. VI, [4 July 1782]From Comfort Sands and Company, 8 July 1782From Robert Morris, 12 July 1782To Robert Morris, 13 July 1782To George Clinton, 16 July 1782From Robert Morris, 19 July 1782Resolution of the New York Legislature Calling for a Convention of the States to Revise and Amend the Articles of Confederation, [20 July 1782]From Robert Morris, 22 July 1782To Robert Morris, 22 July 1782Appointment as Delegate to the Continental Congress, 22 July 1782From Major General Henry Knox, 24 July 1782To Robert Morris, 27 July 1782To Gerard Bancker, [31 July 1782]From Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens, [July 1782]From Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens, July 1782Admission as Attorney before the New York Supreme Court, July 1782From Richard Kidder Meade, 1 August 1782To The New-York Packet, [1 August 1782]To George Clinton, 3 August 1782To Udny Hay, 3 August 1782To Robert Morris, 3 August 1782From Gerard Bancker, 5 August 1782To the County Treasurers of the State of New York, 5 August 1782To Robert Morris, 10 August 1782From James McHenry, 11 August 1782From George Clinton, 13 August 1782To Robert Morris, 13 August 1782, with enclosureTo Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens, [15 August 1782]From William Duer, 16 August 1782To Robert Benson, 18 August 1782From Colonel Timothy Pickering, 20 August 1782To George Clinton, 25 [August] 1782To Robert Morris, 25 August 1782To Richard Kidder Meade, 27 August 1782From Robert Morris, 28 August 1782From Robert Morris, 29 August 1782To Robert Morris, [31 August 1782]To The New-York Packet, [1 September 1782]From George Clinton, 2 September 1782From Robert Morris, 6 September 1782To Robert Benson, [7 September 1782]To the County Treasurers of the State of New York, 7 September 1782To Udny Hay, 7 September 1782To Robert Morris, 7 September 1782To Colonel Timothy Pickering, 7 September 1782From Robert Benson, 10 September 1782From Robert Morris, 12 September 1782To Robert Morris, 14 September 1782From Robert Morris, 17 September 1782To Robert Morris, 21 September 1782From Sands, Livingston and Company, 25 September 1782To Robert Morris, [28 September 1782]To Sands, Livingston and Company, 29 September 1782To the Public Creditors of the State of New York, [30 September 1782]To The New-York Packet, [1 October 1782]From Robert Morris, 5 October 1782From Robert Morris, 5 October 1782To Robert Morris, [5 October 1782]To Robert Morris, [9 October 1782]To Major General Nathanael Greene, [12 October 1782]To Robert Morris, 12 October 1782From William Duer, 15 October 1782To William Duer, [15 October 1782]From Robert Morris, 15 October 1782From Robert Morris, 16 October 1782To Robert Morris, 19 October 1782From Robert Morris, 23 October 1782Commission as Delegate to the Continental Congress, [25 October 1782]Admission as Counsel before the New York Supreme Court, 26 October 1782To Robert Morris, [26 October 1782]From Robert Morris, 28 October 1782To Marquis de Lafayette, [3 November 1782]To The New-York Packet, [9 November 1782]Receipts for Monies Received from the Treasurer of the State of New York, [9 November 1782]To Thomas Tillotson, [10 November 1782]To Thomas Tillotson, 10 November 1782, with enclosureTo Elizabeth Hamilton, 18 November 1782Continental Congress Remarks on the Exchange of Charles, Earl Cornwallis, [25 November 1782]Continental Congress Remarks on the Redemption of Continental Currency, [26 November 1782]Colonel John Lamb to Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd, 2 December 1782Continental Congress Report on Subsistence for the Army in Lieu of Rations, 3 December 1782Continental Congress Motion on Appointment of Committee to Confer with Legislature of Pennsylvania, [4 December 1782]Committee of Continental Congress to Frederick A. Muhlenberg, [4 December 1782]Continental Congress Report on a Letter from Captain John Paul Jones, [4 December 1782]Continental Congress Report on the Memorials of Chevalier de Cambray-Digby and Captain Jacques Schreiber, 4 December 1782Continental Congress Motion on Vermont, 5 December 1782Continental Congress Motion on Payment of Interest on the Domestic Debt and on Sending a Deputation to Rhode Island, 6 December 1782Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton, 9 December 1782Continental Congress To William Greene, [11 December 1782]Continental Congress Remarks on the Hiring Out of British Prisoners, [11 December 1782]To John Laurance, [12 December 1782]Continental Congress Report on Power of Secretary at War to Discharge Soldiers, 13 December 1782Continental Congress Report on a Letter from the Speaker of the Rhode Island Assembly, 16 December 1782Continental Congress Motion on the Promotion of Brigadiers, [16–19 December 1782]Continental Congress Report on the Deputation to Rhode Island, [17 December 1782]Continental Congress Motion Censuring David Howell, [17 December 1782]To George Clinton, 18 December 1782To Elizabeth Hamilton, [18 December 1782]Continental Congress Motion on Instructions to be Given the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, [18 December 1782]Continental Congress Remarks on the Censure of David Howell, [18 December 1782]Continental Congress Motion that a Committee be Appointed on a Motion by David Howell, [18 December 1782]Continental Congress Motion that Requisitions on the States Be Revised, [20 December 1782]From George Clinton, 29 December 1782Continental Congress Report on the Claim of Baron von Steuben, 30 December 1782Continental Congress Report on the Suspension of Acts Relating to State Militia, 31 December 1782Continental Congress Report on Brigadier Generals James Clinton and Edward Hand, 31 December 1782To Elizabeth Hamilton, [1782]To George Clinton, 1 January 1783Continental Congress Resolution on the Services of Comte de Rochambeau, [1 January 1783]Continental Congress Report on the Promotion of Colonels, 7 January 1783To Elizabeth Hamilton, [8 January 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on the Valuation of Lands, [8 January 1783]Continental Congress Report on the Quartermaster Department, 9 January 1783To George Clinton, [12 January] 1783Continental Congress Report on a Motion of the Rhode Island Delegate on the Communication of Information to His State, 13 January 1783Continental Congress Report on Army Memorial, 22 January 1783Continental Congress Remarks on Raising Funds for the United States, [27 January 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on the Collection of Funds by Officers of the United States, [28 January 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on Plans for Paying the Public Debt, [29 January 1783]Notes on a Plan for Providing for the Debts of the United States, [January–April 1783]Continental Congress First Motion on Evaluation of State Lands for Carrying into Effect Article 8 of the Articles of Confederation, [6 February 1783]Continental Congress Second Motion on Evaluation of State Lands for Carrying into Effect Article 8 of the Articles of Confederation, 6 February 1783Continental Congress Report on the Memorial of Francis Cazeau, 6 February 1783Continental Congress Motion on the Establishment of Permanent Funds, [12 February 1783]To George Washington, [13 February 1783]To George Clinton, 14 February 1783From James Duane, 17 February 1783Continental Congress Motion on Abatements for States in Possession of the Enemy, 17 February 1783Continental Congress Motion that Debates on the Establishment of Funds Be Public, 18 February 1783Continental Congress Motion and Remarks Against Limiting the Duration of the Proposed Impost, [19 February 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on Appropriating the Impost Exclusively to the Army, [19 February 1783]Continental Congress Report on a Letter from the Commander in Chief, 20 February 1783Continental Congress Remarks on the Revenue and the Situation of the Army, [20 February 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on the Utility of Permanent Funds, [21 February 1783]To Samuel Hodgdon, [22 February 1783]Memorial of Philip Thompson, 22 February 1783From George Clinton, 24 February 1783To George Clinton, 24[–27] February 1783George Clinton to Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd, 25 February 1783From Brigadier General John Cadwalader, 2 March 1783From George Washington, 4 March 1783Continental Congress Motion on Abatements for States in Possession of the Enemy, 4 March 1783Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton, [5 March 1783]To George Washington, [5 March 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on Robert Morris, [5 March 1783]Continental Congress Report on the Memorials of Pelatiah Webster and William Judd, 6 March 1783Continental Congress Motion that the Duties Imposed by the United States be Coexistent with the Public Debt, [11 March 1783]Continental Congress Motion on the Appointment of Collectors, [11 March 1783]From George Washington, 12 March 1783To Brigadier General John Cadwalader, [14 March 1783]Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton, [17 March 1783]To George Washington, 17 March 1783To Philip Schuyler, 18 March 1783Continental Congress Report on the Memorial of Thomas Wiggins, 18 March 1783Christopher Tappen to Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd, 19 March 1783Continental Congress Remarks on the Provisional Peace Treaty, [19 March 1783]Continental Congress Motion on the Provisional Peace Treaty, 19 March 1783Continental Congress Motion on Establishment of Permanent Funds, 21 March 1783Continental Congress Report on Half Pay to the Army, 21 March 1783Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton, [24 March 1783]To George Washington, [24 March 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on the Provisional Peace Treaty, [24 March 1783]To Philip Schuyler, 25 March 1783To George Washington, 25 March 1783To George Washington, [25 March 1783]Continental Congress Report on Colonel Charles Armand, 26 March 1783From George Washington, 31 March 1783George Clinton to Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd, 1 April 1783, with enclosureContinental Congress Resolution on the Conduct of Officers of the Army, [1 April 1783]Continental Congress Remarks on the Calling of States Conventions, [1 April 1783]To Philip Schuyler, 2 April 1783From George Washington, 4 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Reduction of Expenses in the War Department, 7 April 1783To George Washington, [8 April 1783]Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton, [9 April 1783]To George Washington, 9 April 1783Robert Morris to Alexander Hamilton, Theodorick Bland, Thomas FitzSimons, Samuel Osgood, and Richard Peters, 14 April 1783To Robert Morris, 15 April 1783To George Washington, [15 April 1783]Continental Congress Report on the Ratification of the Provisional Peace Treaty, 15 April 1783George Clinton to Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd, 16 April 1783From Robert Morris, 16 April 1783From George Washington, 16 April 1783From George Washington, 16 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Sale of Military Equipment, 17 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Peace with the Indians, 21 April 1783From George Washington, 22 April 1783Continental Congress Report on a Letter from the President of Pennsylvania, 22 April 1783Continental Congress Motion on Committee Reports, 22 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Proposal of Sir Guy Carleton, 22 April 1783Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd to George Clinton, 2[3] April 1783To Philip Schuyler, 23 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Continuance in Office of the Superintendent of Finance, 23 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Conference with the Superintendent of Finance, 28 April 1783Continental Congress Report on Brigadier General Moses Hazen's Regiment, 29 April 1783Continental Congress Report on a Treaty of Commerce between the United States and Great Britain, 1 May 1783Continental Congress Report on the Corps of Invalids, 1 May 1783From George Washington, 2 May 1783Continental Congress Motion on Funds for Payment of the Army, 2 May 1783From Philip Schuyler, 4 May 1783Continental Congress Report on Peace Arrangements for the Department of Foreign Affairs, 8 May 1783Continental Congress Report on the Garrisoning of Frontier Posts by Continental Troops, 12 May 1783To George Clinton, 14 May 1783Robert Morris to Alexander Hamilton, Richard Peters, and Nathaniel Gorham, 15 May 1783Continental Congress Motion on Prohibition of Naval Forces on Great Lakes, 20 May 1783Continental Congress Motion on Instructions to Francis Dana, [21 May 1783]Continental Congress Report on the Discharge of Noncommissioned Officers and Soldiers, 23 May 1783Continental Congress Motion that Furloughs be Granted to Noncommissioned Officers and Soldiers, [26 May 1783]Continental Congress Motion of Protest against British Practice of Carrying off American Negroes, [26 May 1783]Continental Congress Motion on Officers Holding Brevet Commissions, [26 May 1783]Continental Congress Motion on the Evacuation of New York, 29 May 1783Continental Congress Report on Measures to be Taken for Carrying into Effect the Provisional Peace Treaty, 30 May 1783Continental Congress Motion on Appointment of Committee to Consider Allowances of Land for the Army, 30 May 1783To George Clinton, 1 June 1783Continental Congress Report on Land for the Army, 4 June 1783Continental Congress Motion Respecting the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 4 June 1783From Robert R. Livingston, 5 June 1783To John Fitzgerald, [10 June 1783]To Major General Nathanael Greene, [10 June 1783]To George Clinton, [11 June 1783]Continental Congress Report on American Participation in a European Neutral Confederacy, 12 June 1783Continental Congress Report on a Military Peace Establishment, [18 June 1783]To Major William Jackson, [19 June 1783]Continental Congress Report on Letter from George Washington Respecting Pay for the Army, 19 June 1783Continental Congress Report on Conference with the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania on the Mutiny, 20 June 1783Continental Congress Resolutions on Measures to be Taken in Consequence of the Pennsylvania Mutiny, 21 June 1783Alexander Hamilton and Oliver Ellsworth to John Dickinson, [23 June 1783]Continental Congress Report of a Committee Appointed to Confer with the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania on the Mutiny, 24 June 1783To George Clinton, 29 June 1783To James Madison, [29 June 1783]Continental Congress Motion that Major General Howe be Directed to March Troops to Philadelphia, 30 June 1783Continental Congress Motion that Major General Howe be Directed to March Troops to Philadelphia, 1 July 1783Continental Congress Motion that States be Requested to Send Delegates to Congress, 2 July 1783Continental Congress Motion that Congress Return to Philadelphia, 2 July 1783To James Madison, [6 July 1783]Continental Congress Motion that the States Settle the Accounts of Officers in the Mustering Department, 18 July 1783To Elizabeth Hamilton, 22 July 1783To Robert R. Livingston, 23 July 1783Continental Congress Report on a Memorial of Lieutenant Colonel Jean Baptiste de Ternant, 23 July 1783To John Jay, [25 July 1783]To George Clinton, [27 July 1783]Continental Congress Unsubmitted Resolution Calling for a Convention to Amend the Articles of Confederation, [July 1783]Defense of Congress, [July 1783]To John Chaloner, 2 August 1783From Richard Soderstrom, 4 August 1783To James Duane, [5 August 1783]To Robert R. Livingston, [13 August 1783]From John Chaloner, 14 August 1783To James Duane, 20 August 1783To George Clinton, 20 August 1783To Philip Van Rensselaer, [20 August 1783]To John Canfield, 30 August 1783From Robert R. Livingston, 30 August 1783To Richard Soderstrom, 30 August 1783James Duane and Ezra L'Hommedieu to Alexander Hamilton and William Floyd, 1 September 1783From James Duane, 8 September 1783To James Duane, [14 September 1783]To John Dickinson, [25–30 September 1783]To James Duane, 26 September 1783From John Jay, 28 September 1783To George Washington, [30 September 1783]To George Washington, [30 September 1783]To Major General Nathanael Greene, [1 October 1783]To George Clinton, 3 October 1783From James Madison, 16 October 1783From George Washington, 18 October 1783Oath of Allegiance, 20 October 1783Oath for the Faithful Execution of Office, 20 October 1783From James McHenry, 22[–23] October 1783From John Chaloner, 24 October 1783From Hugh Knox, 27 October 1783Army Promotion, [28 October 1783]From George Washington, 6 November 1783From John Chaloner, 26 November 1783To George Clinton, 1 December 1783Alexander Hamilton, John Laurance, Morgan Lewis, and Richard Varick to Thomas Mifflin, [10 December 1783]To John Chaloner, 11 December 1783To John B. Church, 12 December 1783Thomas Mifflin to Alexander Hamilton, John Laurance, and Richard Varick, 17 December 1783From John Chaloner, [18] December 1783To Samuel Loudon, [27 December 1783]To Elizabeth Hamilton, [1783–1789]From Jacobus Swartwout, [1783]A Letter from Phocion to the Considerate Citizens of New York, [1–27 January 1784]To John Chaloner, 8 January 1784To John Chaloner, 15 January 1784From John Chaloner, 21 January 1784From Gouverneur Morris, 27 January 1784To Francisco de Miranda, [January–July 1784]From John Chaloner, 2 February 1784Petition to the New York Legislature, [4 February 1784]To John Chaloner, 5 February 1784From John B. Church, 7 February 1784To John B. Church, 7 February 1784To John Chaloner, 8 February 1784From John Chaloner, 12 February 1784To John Chaloner, 12 February 1784From John Chaloner, 17 February 1784To Egbert Benson, 18 February 1784To John B. Church, 18 February 1784To Gouverneur Morris, 21 February 1784Constitution of the Bank of New York, [23 February–15 March 1784]Outline of a Charter for the Bank of New York, [23 February–15 March 1784]To Robert Bayard, 6 March 1784To John B. Church, 6 March 1784To John B. Church, 10 March 1784From John Chaloner, 16 March 1784To Gouverneur Morris, [21 March 1784]To John Chaloner, 22 March 1784From John Chaloner, 25 March 1784From William Seton, 27 March 1784From Hugh Seton, 30 March 1784To ———, 31 March 1784From Jacob Le Roy, March 1784Promissory Note from John Campbell to Stephen Rapalje, [1 April 1784]To Gouverneur Morris, [7 April 1784]Second Letter from Phocion, [April 1784]From John Chaloner, 1 May 1784From John B. Church, 2 May 1784From John Campbell, 10 May 1784To John B. Church, 16 May 1784To Hugh Knox, 17 May 1784To John Chaloner, [17–]18 May 1784From John Chaloner, 26 May 1784From Matthew Visscher, 27 May 1784From Egbert Benson, 28 May 1784From John Chaloner, 31 May 1784To Egbert Benson, 8 June 1784To Marquis de Chastellux, [14 June 1784]From John B. Church, 15 June 1784To James Bowne, 17 June 1784To John B. Church, 18 June 1784To Hugh Seton, 18 June 1784From Clement Richard, 24 June 1784From Matthew Visscher, 29 June 1784From Gouverneur Morris, 30 June 1784From Ezekiel Forman, 4 July 1784From John Chaloner, 14 July 1784To Richard Varick, 23 July 1784From John B. Church, 24 July 1784To Elizabeth Hamilton, [28–31 July 1784]From Hugh Knox, 28 July 1784From Hugh Seton, 1 August 1784From Marquis de Fleury, [4 August 1784]To Ezekiel Forman, 4 August 1784To Samuel Blachley Webb, [7 August 1784]To John Chaloner, [14 August 1784]From John Chaloner, 27 August 1784To Samuel Blachley Webb, [30 August 1784]From John Trumbull, 4 September 1784To Ezekiel Forman, 20 September 1784From John B. Church, 25 September 1784From Timothy Pickering, 30 September 1784To Samuel Blachley Webb, [September 1784]From Marquis de Lafayette, 8 October 1784Petition of the President, Directors, and Stockholders of the Bank of New York, 8 October 1784Baron von Steuben to James Duane, [11 October 1784]From Ezekiel Forman, 18 October 1784From Marquis de Lafayette, 22 October 1784To John Chaloner, [11 November 1784]To Francisco de Miranda, [23 November 1784]From John Chaloner, 25 November 1784To John Jay, [7 December 1784]To Stephen Van Rensselaer, 9 December 1784–1788To Egbert Benson, 10 December 1784From Baron von Steuben, 14 December [1784]From Augustus Van Cortlandt, 29 December 1784Baron von Steuben to the President of Congress, [1784]To Hugh Seton, [1 January 1785]From Hercules Mulligan, 7 January 1785To Timothy Pickering, 7 January 1785From Hugh Seton, 8 January 1785From Neil Jamieson, 10 January 1785To Richard Varick, [10 January 1785]From Philip Schuyler, 11 January 1785From John Chaloner, 26 January 178[5]To John Chaloner, 2 February 1785From Hugh Seton, 2 February 1785Attendance at a Meeting of the Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, 4 February 1785To Walter Stewart, 21 February 1785Committee of Accounts for Columbia College, 8 March 1785To George Washington, [10 March 1785]To Thomas Pearsall, 16 March 1785From Thomas Pearsall, 16 March 1785To Elizabeth Hamilton, 17 March 1785To Elizabeth Hamilton, [17 March 1785]From Thomas White, 22 March 1785To Jeremiah Wadsworth, 1 April 1785From Jeremiah Wadsworth, 3 April 1785To ———, 7 April 1785To The New-York Packet, [7 April 1785]To Henry Laurens, 6 April 1785To Jeremiah Wadsworth, 7 April 1785From Marquis de Lafayette, 13 April 1785From David Beekman, 15 April 1785From Jeremiah Wadsworth, 17 April 1785From Henry Laurens, 19 April 1785To Robert Livingston, [25 April 1785]From William Cooper and Andrew Craig, 9 May 1785To William Duer, [14 May 1785]From John Ross, 17 May 1785From Cornelius Glen, 20 May 1785From John D. Coxe and Tench Coxe, 21 May 1785From Stephen De Lancey, 27 May 1785From Ezekiel Forman, 31 May 1785From James Hamilton, 31 May 1785From Jarvis Coles, 7 June 1785To John D. Coxe and Tench Coxe, 9 June 1785From James Duane, John Jay, and Robert R. Livingston to Alexander Hamilton and Samuel Jones, 9 June 1785To Samuel Jones, [9 June 1785]From Robert Livingston, 13 June 1785To Jeremiah Wadsworth, 15 June 1785To Ezekiel Forman, 17 June 1785To James Hamilton, 22 June 1785To William Floyd, [7 July 1785]From Jacob Hardenbergh, 14 July 1785To Richard Varick, 28 July 1785To Angelica Church, [3 August 1785]Power of Attorney from John B. Church, 3 August 1785To Stephen J. Schuyler, 5 August 1785From Andrew P. Skene, 10 August 1785Power of Attorney from Nathanael Greene to Jeremiah Wadsworth, 16 August 1785From Walter Livingston, 3 September 1785From Stephen De Lancey, 12 September 1785From Cleland Kinloch, 20 September 1785From Peter Silvester, 24 September 1785Certificate for Lieutenant Thomas Pool, [30 September 1785]From John Adams, 19 October 1785From John Lowell, 19 October 1785[Elegy on the Death of the Honorable Samuel Hardy, Esq.], [20 October 1785]To John Lansing, Junior, 22 October 1785To Jeremiah Wadsworth, [29 October 1785]To Nicholas Low, 30 October 1785To John Lowell, 30 October 1785To Neil Jamieson, 3 November 1785From John De Ponthieu Wilkes, 8 November 1785To John De Ponthieu Wilkes, 8 November 1785From John Lowell, 9 November 1785From John De Ponthieu Wilkes, 9 November 1785From Jeremiah Wadsworth, 11 November 1785To Theodorus Bailey, 20 November 1785To John B. Church, 24 November 1785To George Washington, [25 November 1785]From John Auldjo, November 1785To Helena Brasher, 6 December 1785To John B. Church, 6 December 1785From Francis Upton, 6 December 1785From Robert Howe, 8 December 1785From George Washington, 11 December 1785To Richard Varick, 20 December 1785From John B. Church, 21 December 1785From Jacob Sarly, 24 December 1785From Robert R. Livingston, 25 December 1785To John Sullivan, [25 December 1785]From William Leary, 27 December 1785Pieter Johan Van Berckel, William Edgar, Sampson Fleming, William Denning, and Alexander Hamilton (for John Barker Church) to Jeremiah Wadsworth, [3 January 1786]From Jeremiah Wadsworth, 9 January 178[6]From Robert Milligan, 15 January 1786From Theodorus Bailey, 17 January 1786From Ezekiel Forman, 21 January 1786From Ezekiel Forman, 22 January 1786Inhabitants of the City of New York to the Legislature of New York State, [January–March 1786]To John B. Church, 1 February 1786To Robert Milligan, 4 February 1786From Robert Milligan, 18 February 1786From Isaac Gouverneur, Junior, 24 February 1786To John Chaloner, [1 March 1786]To John Wilcocks, 1 March 1786To Francis Upton, 2 March 1786From John Wilcocks, 5 March 1786To John Chaloner, [10 March 1786]To John Wilcocks, [10 March 1786]Memorial to Abolish the Slave Trade, 13 March 1786Report on a Bond Due Columbia College, 14 March 1786To John Chaloner, [16 March 1786]To Ezekiel Forman, 22 March 1786To John Laurance, 23 March 1786From John Wilcocks, 24 March 1786To the Mayor and Corporation of the City of New York, 28 March 1786To ———, 3 April 1786From John B. Church, 5 April 1786To John Wilcocks, [5 April 1786]From John Chaloner, 10 April 1786To Richard Varick, 13 April 1786From John Chaloner, 15 April 1786From Samuel Broome, 18 April 1786From Nathaniel Hazard, 21 April 1786To Nathaniel Hazard, [24 April 1786]Appointment as Commissioner to the Annapolis Convention, 5 May 1786To John B. Church, [6 May 1786]From Mrs. J. Campbell, 8 May 1786From Peter Pillet, 14 May 1786To Peter Pillet, 17 May 1786To Alexander Macaulay, 20 May 1786To Sempill and Company, [20 May 1786], with enclosureTo John B. Church, 23 May 1786To Robert R. Livingston, [23 May 1786]To Richard Varick, 24 May 1786From Marinus Willett, [24 May 1786]From William Donaldson, 29 May 1786From Lawrence and Morris, 31 May 1786To Elizabeth Hamilton, [May 1786–April 1788]From Francis Upton, 5 June 1786To John B. Church, [10 June 1786]To John Thomas, [22 June 1786]From Broome and Platt, 30 June 1786Oration before the New York State Society of the Society of the Cincinnati, 4 July 1786Report of a Committee of the New York State Society of the Society of the Cincinnati, [6 July 1786]From Philip Schuyler, 11 July 1786To Thomas Wooldrige, 20 July 1786From Robert Totten, 31 July 1786From Ebenezer Hazard, 1 August 1786From Alexander Macaulay, 1 August 1786From Robert Harpur, [2 August 1786]To Bell and Woodmass, 4 August 1786To John B. Church, 4 August 1786From Samuel Broome, 18 August 1786To Robert Totten, 25 August 1786Subscription to the Associated Manufacturing Iron Company, 26 August 1786To Ebenezer Hazard, 1 September 1786Alexander Hamilton and Egbert Benson to John Lansing, Junior, 1 September 1786From Nathan Miller, 1 September 1786To Richard Varick, [1 September 1786]To Elizabeth Hamilton, [8 September 1786]Thomas Cushing, Francis Dana, and Samuel Breck to Alexander Hamilton and Egbert Benson, 10 September 1786Annapolis Convention. Address of the Annapolis Convention, [14 September 1786]To Robert Milligan, 26 September 1786From Robert Milligan, 1 October 1786From Samuel Broome, 2 [October] 1786To John Sitgreaves, 17 October 1786From David Forman, 18 October 1786From John Sitgreaves, 23 October 1786From Alexander Macaulay, 24 October 1786From Peter Van Schaack, 25 October 1786From John Lansing, Junior, 28 October 1786To William Wickham, 28 October 1786To John Chaloner, [30 October 1786]Circular Letter to the State Societies of the Cincinnati, [1 November 1786]From David Forman, 7 November 1786To Philip Schuyler, 20 November 1786To John Chaloner, [22 November 1786]To John Chaloner, [1 December 1786]From Francis Upton, 6–7 December 1786From John Chaloner, 13 December 1786From John Chaloner, 16 December 1786From Jacob Hardenbergh, 16 December 1786From Thomas McKean, 26 December 1786To Stephen Lush, 31 December 1786To James Duane, [1786]To Cornelius Hendrickson, [1786]Notes on the History of North and South America, [December 1786]