1From George Washington to William Hambly, 28 July 1798 (Washington Papers)
...me, Mrs Washington prays your acceptance of half a dozen Hams of her own curing....the Hams...
2From George Washington to Thomas Ridout, 20 May 1786 (Washington Papers)
. The barrel contained hams that Mrs. Washington intended for Adrienne, the marquise (...
3To Alexander Hamilton from George Washington, 21 October 1794 (Hamilton Papers)
4From George Washington to Benjamin Franklin, 11 February 1787 (Washington Papers)
...what reply to make to Sir Edward Newe[n]ham, or what more to do in this business...
5From George Washington to Thompson & Veitch, 30 August 1799 (Washington Papers)
...should <be> glad to send Mr Hambly a few Hams
6From George Washington to William Hambly, 1 September 1799 (Washington Papers)
...in my first attempt to get a few (Virginia) Hams to you, I am making another trial—through the...
7From George Washington to Major General Nathanael Greene, 4 December 1778 (Washington Papers)
“Ham and I (this is against the rules of grammar,...
8From George Washington to James Innes, 17 July 1755 (Washington Papers)
...he is employed.” The supplies consisted of 12 hams, 8 cheeses, two dozen flasks of oil,...
9From George Washington to Lafayette, 8 June 1786 (Washington Papers)
Madame de la Fayette’s acceptance, a barrel of Virginia Hams. I do not know
10From George Washington to Louis La Colombe, 3 December 1797 (Washington Papers)
...so happen. Slow travelling, and a little delay at <Ham>burgh of Genl De Lafayette & family,