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 Lafayette, 8 June 1786 (Washington Papers)
Madame de la Fayette’s acceptance, a barrel of Virginia Hams. I do not know
5From 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,
6From 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...
7From George Washington to Thompson & Veitch, 30 August 1799 (Washington Papers)
...should <be> glad to send Mr Hambly a few Hams
8From 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...
9From George Washington to Major General Nathanael Greene, 4 December 1778 (Washington Papers)
“Ham and I (this is against the rules of grammar,...
10From 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,...