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After taking all the various circumstances into mature consideration, I have thought proper to...
From the moment I left the City of New York until my arrival at this place, I have been so much...
In forwarding the Letter of the Count de Solms you have done a most acceptable office by bringing...
I did not leave New York untill the 18th ultimo, it being the earliest period that we were able...
The Letter which you did me the honor to write from Konigstein on the gh of July last came safely...
Herewith I give you the trouble of receiving the account of my expenditures in Philadelphia, & on...
Letter not found: from Annis Boudinot Stockton, 4 Jan. 1784. On 18 Feb. GW wrote to Stockton :...
Your obliging letter of the 15th of Novr did not reach me untill some days after we had taken...
After your public Audience was concluded on the 23d of Deer the President of Congress took me...
Puis-je espérer que votre excellence voudra Bien Se rapeller encore quelqu’un qui ne peut jamais...
I have had the honor to receive your Letter bearing date the 19th of August & find myself...
Be so good as to send me by the Post, or any other safe & expeditious conveyance, 70 Yards of...
The Count De Estaing has the Honor to submit to His Excellency Gl Washington the four Memorials...
I congratulate you my dear sir on your safe return to your native country and to that domestic...
The inclosed Letter to Major Davidson, now one of the Council of this State, authenticates the...
I wrote you particularly on the 3d instant and enclosed you my report to Congress with the...
I have the Honor to transmit to you an Act of Congress of the 5th Inst.; relative to a Proposal...
The departure of the Washington Has Been So Sudden that I Could not get in time on Board the...
I will thank you for putting the letter herewith enclosed into a proper channel of conveyance....
I take the Liberty of Introducing to you Mr Shuttleworth a Gentleman of very ancient Family and...
When you have finished my Portrait, which is intended for the Count de Solms, I will thank you...
We have recovered the most sensible pleasure on the News of your safe return to Mount Vernon and...
Letter not found: from James Nourse, 11 Jan. 1784. On 22 Jan. GW wrote to Nourse : “Yesterday...
I have enclosed to Your Excellency a Copy of a Letter to the President of Congress containing...
I have the Honour, and the singular pleasure of transmitting, inclosed to your Excellency, copies...
When I left Philadelphia I hoped to have had the pleasure of seeing you at Annapolis before my...
I have been favored with your letter of the 6th—Be assured that there are few things which would...
I have had the pleasure to receive your Letter of the 28th ulto by Mr Godin, & beg your Excelly...
The goodness of Congress, in the assurances they were pleased to give me of charging themselves...
The many favours I have received from you, emboldens me to take the Liberty to introduce to you...