Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler, 1757-1854
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Herbert writes that Elizabeth Hamilton is hoping to acquire some of the correspondence between George Washington and Alexander Hamilton.
Autograph letter signed. Draft copy. Bushrod tells Elizabeth Hamilton that he has written to Chief Justice John Marshall about the Alexander Hamilton and George Washington correspondence that she has requested.
Autograph letter signed. Bushrod asks Marshall to look through the Washington letters in his possession and send any related to Alexander Hamilton to Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton.
Autograph letter signed. Draft copy. Bushrod writes to James Hamilton about correspondence between George Washington and Alexander Hamilton that was requested by Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton.
Elizabeth Hamilton writes about her husband Alexander Hamilton's legacy and invites Bushrod and his wife to stay with her next time they are in New York.
Autograph letter signed with integral address panel. Letter delivered by William Hodgson, an English gentleman touring America. Elizabeth Hamilton writes to Bushrod about news from New York.
"Mrs. Washington presents her compliments to Mrs. Hamilton, and if she's disengaged this Evening, will do herself the pleasure to visit her." On reverse an undated letter from Robert Lewis to Dr. Thornton.
In 1793 Alexander Hamilton was battling yellow fever, along with George and Martha Washington. In this letter Martha sends her prayers to Elizabeth Hamilton for her husband's recovery and for her health. The letter is not dated, but it is attributed to 1793 because that was when Alexander Hamilton was ill.
In undated note, Mrs. Hamilton sends her compliments to Mr. Gale and Seaon, and states that she would like to subscribe to their weekly paper.