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31 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 5 November … 1786-11-05 I have just received from L’orient by the Iris, a present from the Marquiss de la Fayette for...
32 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 13 November … 1786-11-13 I received your letter by Mr Fairfax yesterday noon. The Marquiss who does nothing by halves has...
33 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 18 November … 1786-11-18 I received your letter of the 16th this evening and am extremely sorry at the loss of the French...
34 McHenry, James Establishment of a National Government, [30 May] 1787 1787-05-30 The delegates were considering in place of the first resolution of the Virginia Plan a substitute...
35 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 1 June 1787 1787-06-01 I have just received an express from Baltimore informing me that my brother lays dangerously ill,...
36 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 20 April 1788 1788-04-20 Your election for members of convention being over must have furnished data by which to form an...
37 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 18 May 1788 1788-05-18 It has not been in my power to acknowlege the receipt of your letters of the 27 Ulto and the 8...
38 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 1 June 1788 1788-06-01 Captn Barney being the bearer of the present from the merchants of Baltimore would, I am...
39 McHenry, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Mchenry, 17 June 1788 1788-06-17 To-nights post has brought me intelligence from your convention which induces me to send you the...
40 McHenry, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Mchenry, 26 July 1788 1788-07-26 I am just returned from the Eastern shore of this state. I have been in every County save one,...
41 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 27 July 1788 1788-07-27 It is whispered here that some leading characters among you have by no means dropped their...
42 McHenry, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Mchenry, 14 August 1788 1788-08-14 I thank you for your last letter. Will you be kind enough to favor me with your opinion on the...
43 McHenry, James Madison, James To James Madison from James McHenry, 5 March 1789 1789-03-05 I did not learn till just now that you lodged in Town last night or I should have taken the...
44 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 29 March 1789 1789-03-29 Tho’ I may be among the last in congratulating my dear general upon his elevation to a rank which...
45 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 12 April 1789 1789-04-12 I have the honor to inclose you, in conformity with the desire of a committee of citizens of this...
46 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 17 April 1789 1789-04-17 Baltimore, 17 April 1789. Recommends for office Robert Purviance, Joshua Barney, and Robert...
47 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 24 May 1789 1789-05-24 It may give you some pleasure to know from one who cannot be supposed to have any interest in...
48 McHenry, James Madison, James To James Madison from James McHenry, 21 June 1789 1789-06-21 I was very happy to learn that you had dismissed the first reported bill for the collection of...
49 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 28 June 1789 1789-06-28 Your late indisposition which has alarmed me not a little makes me more desirous than ever that...
50 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 2 July 1789 1789-07-02 Mr Eiclberger of this place informs me that he has petitioned for surveyor or other appointment...
51 McHenry, James Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from James McHenry, 27 October … 1789-10-27 Being obliged to attend our Legislature the first of next month it will be out of my power to...
52 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 4 April 1790 1790-04-04 About two years ago Mr Copeley an English manufacturer did himself the honor to pay his respects...
53 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 30 August 1790 1790-08-30 I am much to blame. I have neither congratulated you on your recovery from a dangerous illness,...
54 McHenry, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James McHenry, 14 December … 1790-12-14 If I may intreat you to take the trouble to read the inclosed memorial you will see how greatly I...
55 McHenry, James Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from James McHenry, 3 January … 1791-01-03 You may think I have neglected you from my long silence, but I can assure you I have never forgot...
56 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 25 January … 1791-01-25 Mr McHenry begs the President will do him the honor to accept a small parcel of asparagus sent by...
57 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 20 April 1791 1791-04-20 Baltimore, 20 April 1791. Mr. Purviance has requested that his name be suggested for...
58 McHenry, James Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from James McHenry, 3 May 1791 1791-05-03 I did not receive your letter of the 26th till the morning of the 2d. I immediately after saw...
59 McHenry, James Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from James McHenry, 15 October … 1791-10-15 The electors of the Senate of Maryland have chosen me one of the Senate of our State legislature,...
60 McHenry, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James McHenry, 23 October 1791 1791-10-23 Fayetteville, Md., 23 Oct. 1791 . The recurrence of an indisposition that might be cured by a sea...