Alexander Hamilton: Portrait in Paradox

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Abbreviations
AAS American Antiquarian Society
APS American Philosophical Society
CHS Connecticut Historical Society
HSP Historical Society of Pennsylvania
LC Library of Congress
LCP Library Company of Philadelphia
NYHS New-York Historical Society
NYPL New York Public Library
PRO, FO Public Record Office, Foreign Office

Chapter 1. The Making of a Revolutionary
1.
The United States Magazine, I ( Philadelphia, 1779), 81-83; W. C. Westergaard, The Danish West Indies Under Company Rule ( New York, 1917), pp. 222, 227, 236, 250, 253; F. W. Pitman, The Development of the British West Indies ( New Haven, 1917), pp. 280- 282, 313, 316; Bryan Edwards, The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies ( Philadelphia, 1805), II, 184, footnote.
2.
H. U. Ramsing, Alexander Hamilton og hans modrene slaegt, Tidsbilleder fra Dansk Vest-Indiens Barndom, Personalhistorisk Tidskrift, 59 de Aargang, 10 Rekke, 6 Bind ( 1939), pp. 229-231. (Translated by Fleming Higard.)
3.
The American Genealogist, XXI ( 1945), 166; American Heritage ( June, 1955), p. 7.
4.
Virginia Quarterly Review (Autumn, 1953), pp. 598-599; Gertrude Atherton, A Few of Hamilton's Letters ( New York, 1903), pp. 266-267; Alexander Hamilton to Nicholas Cruger, November 27, 1771, Hamilton MSS., LC.
5.
Dorothy R. Dillon, The New York Triumvirate ( New York, 1949), pp. 39-40, 47; William and Mary Quarterly ( April, 1947), p. 212; Michael J. O'Brien, Hercules Mulligan ( New York, 1937), pp. 42-44; Poem Written by Hamilton When Residing in New Jersey on the Death of a Child of Mr. Boudinot, Hamilton MSS., LC; John C. Hamilton, The Life of Alexander Hamilton ( New York, 1834), II, 10.
6.
Thomas Jones, The History of New York During the Revolutionary War ( New York, 1879), I, 3-5; Bower Ally, The Rhetoric of Alexander Hamilton ( New York, 1941), pp. 53-54; William and Mary Quarterly ( April, 1947), pp. 209, 213-214; An Alarm to the Legislature of the Province of New York ( 1775), p. 12; E. E. Beardsley, The Life and Correspondence of Samuel Seabury ( Boston, 1881), pp. 38, 41, 46-47.
7.
Hamilton, Works, ed. H. C. Lodge ( New York, 1904), I, 120, 124-125, 146-147, 169, 176-177.
8.
Charles F. Mullett, Fundamental Law and the American Revolution ( New York, 1933), pp. 189-190; Hamilton, Works (Lodge), I, 18, 119, 124; New York Journal or General Advertiser, December 1, 1774; January 5, 1775.
9.
Hamilton, Works (Lodge), I, 113.
10.
Jones, History of New York, I, 36-37.

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