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HAMILTON CHRONOLOGY. - Alexander Hamilton, The Works of Alexander Hamilton, (Federal Edition), vol. 1 
The Works of Alexander Hamilton, ed. Henry Cabot Lodge (Federal Edition) (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1904). In 12 vols. Vol. 1.
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THE CONNOISSEUR'S FEDERAL EDITION OF THE WORKS OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON IS LIMITED TO FOUR HUNDRED SIGNED AND NUMBERED SETS OF WHICH THIS IS NUMBER .............
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Jan. 11, 1757. Alexander Hamilton born in the island of Nevis.
Oct., 1772. Arrives in New York.
1773. Enters college.
Dec. 15, 1774. Publishes the Full Vindication.
1775. Joins a volunteer corps.
1776. Takes command of artillery company.
March 1, 1777. Joins Washington's Staff.
1779. Writes his first letter to Robert Morris on the National Bank.
Sept. 3, 1780. Letter to Duane on Government.
Dec. 14, 1780. Married to Miss Schuyler.
1782. Admitted to the bar.
June, 1782. Appointed Receiver of Taxes.
Nov., 1782. Enters Congress.
1783. Returns to practice of the law.
1786. Delegate to Annapolis Convention.
1786. Elected to the New York Legislature.
1787. Delegate to the Philadelphia Convention.
1787. Writes the Federalist.
1788. Delegate to the New York Convention.
Sept., 1789. Appointed Secretary of the Treasury.
Jan. 14, 1790. Transmits to the House the First Report on the Public Credit.
Jan. 31, 1795. Resigns the Secretaryship of the Treasury and returns to the practice of the law.
July 25, 1798. Appointed Inspector-General of the Army with the rank of Major-General.
July 2, 1800. Retires from the army.
July 11, 1804. Shot by Burr in a duel at Weehawken.
July 12, 1804. Death.