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Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804

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    • Camillus, 1757-1804
    • No Jacobin, 1757-1804
    • Pacificus, 1757-1804
    • Philo Camillus, 1757-1804
    • Phocion, 1757-1804
    • Han-mi-erh-teng, Ya-li-shan-ta, 1757-1804
    • Gamilʹton, Aleksandr, 1757-1804
    • Hamilton, Aleksander, 1757-1804
    • Hamilton, A. (Alexander), 1757-1804
    • Khamiltŭn, Aleksandŭr, 1757-1804
    • Hamilton, Alexander, 1755-1804
    • Crassus, Lucius, 1757-1804
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    • found: Pechatnov, V. O. Gamilʹton i Dzhefferson, 1984:t.p. (Gamilʹton) p. 5, etc. (Aleksandr Gamilʹton)
    • found: Rusinowa, I. Aleksander Hamilton, 1990:t.p. (Aleksander Hamilton)
    • found: Le Fédéraliste, 1957:t.p. (A. Hamilton)
    • found: Federalistŭt, 1997:t.p. (Aleksandŭr Khamiltŭn)
    • found: A letter from Phocion to the considerate citizens of New-York, 1784:(name not given; some contemporary editions have "said to be written by Colonel Hamilton" on the title page; attributed to Hamilton by Evans 18511, Sabin 29962, ESTC (CD-ROM, 1992 ed.) w013452)
    • found: NUCMC data from Amer. Jewish Archives for His Legal papers, 1782-1800(hdg.: Hamilton, Alexander, 1755-1804)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW, Aug. 10, 2009(Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 or 1757 - July 12, 1804; by his own account, Hamilton was born in Charlestown, the capital of Nevis in the British West Indies, out of wedlock to Rachel Faucett Lavien, of part French Huguenot descent, and James A. Hamilton, fourth son of Scottish laird Alexander Hamilton of Grange, Ayrshire. He was born on January 11 in either 1755 or in 1757; most historians now say 1755, although disagreement remains. A young Hamilton claimed 1757 as his birth year when he first arrived in the Thirteen Colonies; but he is also recorded in probate papers, shortly after his mother's death, as being 13 years old, indicating 1755. Explanations for this discrepancy include that he may have been trying to appear younger than his college classmates or to avoid standing out as older, that the probate document may have misreported, or that he may have been passing as 13 to be more employable after his mother's death. He was often approximate about his age in his later life)
    • found: His New-York, Dec. 13, 1776. To the public, 1776:t.p. (Camillus)
    • found: MWA/NAIP files(hdg.: Camillus)
    • found: Library of Congress Manuscript Division for the Alexander Hamilton papers, 1708-1903(Alexander Hamilton; published under pseudonyms: Pacificus, No Jacobin, Philo Camillus, and Camillus)
    • found: His The examination of the president's message, 1802:p. 10 etc. (Lucius Crassus)
    • found: Works of Alexander Hamilton, 1904:v. 5, p. 74 (Americanus I (from the American Daily Advertiser), February 1, 1794)
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