1/4/1801
1

Alexander Hamilton writes to James McHenry, Washington’s third Secretary of War, denouncing Aaron Burr and urging McHenry and his friends not to support Burr for president.

6/29/1804
10

Aaron Burr tells Van Ness that he needs to be more faithful to him in the future.

3/1/1805
17

Van Ness writes to Charles Biddle, an associate of Burr’s, providing a full account of the duel. Van Ness writes five other letters detailing the duel. In one, he stresses that if Hamilton did not intend to fire, he is convinced that Burr had no knowledge of it.