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11791 Lafayette, George Washington Motier Washington, George To George Washington from George Washington Motier … 1797-10-22 allow me once more to take up your time and to make use of the permission you have given me to...
11792 Lafayette, Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du … Washington, George To George Washington from Lafayette, 20 May 1798 1798-05-20 Your Letter december the 5th Under Cover to George Has But lately Reached our Hands, and while...
11793 Dockery, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Dockery, 25 May 1797 1797-05-25 You may think strange to see the enclosed, but I beg your patience, to view what comes from my...
11794 Tayloe, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Tayloe, 10 February 1799 1799-02-10 I had left Richmond before your letter of the 23rd Jany reached that place—The delay in answering...
11795 Blair, Archibald Washington, George To George Washington from Archibald Blair, 19 June 1799 1799-06-19 The original letter from my departed Friend, Patrick Henry esqr., of which the enclosed is the...
11796 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, 16 … 1799-02-16 Different reasons have conspired to prevent my writing to you since my return to New York —the...
11797 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 12 February … 1799-02-12 McAlpin called upon me this morning to inform me finally, that after the most diligent inquiry...
11798 Lear, Tobias Washington, George To George Washington from Tobias Lear, 26 April 1798 1798-04-26 I, unfortunately lost one of my working Steers a few days since, and having none to match the one...
11799 Washington, William Augustine Washington, George To George Washington from William Augustine Washington … 1798-07-24 Your favr of the 26th Ulto I recd to day—I had been apprehension, from not hearing from you that...
11800 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, 18 … 1799-02-18 Unwilling to take the liberty to ask you to give yourself any particular trouble on the subject I...
11801 Fevot, Paul Ferdinand Washington, George To George Washington from Paul Ferdinand Fevot, 28 … 1798-04-28 I just now receive the letter Your Excellency has had the condescindency to write to me. I am...
11802 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 25 July 1798 1798-07-25 I inclose you the abridged rules and regulations for the formations, field-exercise and movements...
11803 Trumbull, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Trumbull, 25 April 1797 1797-04-25 The Letter which you did me the Honour to write to me on the 12 th of January came to my hands...
11804 Deakins, William Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from William Deakins, Jr., 18 … 1797-08-18 Since I had the pleasure of seeing you I have made enquiry for Rye & find no Quantity can be had...
11805 King, Miles Washington, George To George Washington from Miles King, 27 April 1797 1797-04-27 From my Early Acquaintance with you I have taken the liberty of Addressing you in an Appointment...
11806 Allen, Wilson Washington, George To George Washington from Wilson Allen, 29 May 1799 1799-05-29 Your letter of date the 26th inst. covering a deed to Genl Lee, for lands lying in Kentucky, I...
11807 Spotswood, Alexander Washington, George To George Washington from Alexander Spotswood, 24 … 1798-11-24 For eight Weeks past, I have been constantly at home, engaged in Building a mill—and not Sending...
11808 Tayloe, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Tayloe, 26 March 1799 1799-03-26 After getting thus far on my way to your house—I have been taken with a fever & a severe...
11809 Powel, Elizabeth Willing Washington, George To George Washington from Elizabeth Willing Powel … 1797-03-11 Like a true Woman (as you will think) in the Moment of Exultation, and on the first Impulse (for...
11810 Washington, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Washington, 28 March … 1799-03-28 I received your kind Letter by Coll Lear but never had it in my power to Answer it untill know...
11811 Custis, George Washington Parke Washington, George To George Washington from George Washington Parke … 1798-06-11 ⟨mutilated⟩ transmitted my last letter to you by the way of a gentleman who was going to...
11812 Anderson, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Anderson (of Scotland) … 1798-02-08 I have been favoured with your much esteemed favour of the 4th Novr last which came to hand about...
11813 McDowell, John Washington, George To George Washington from John McDowell, 14 June 1798 1798-06-14 When Doctr Stuart, was here, it was thought best that young Mr Custis should apply himself to the...
11814 Dandridge, Bartholomew Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr. … 1797-06-18 After a very disagreeable and tedious passage of eight weeks from the Delaware, I was landed in...
11815 Lafayette, Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du … Washington, George To George Washington from Lafayette, 6 October 1797 1797-10-06 I am the Happier to Be able to inform You, as I am Sure You Shall Be Happy to Hear that on the...
11816 Anderson, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Anderson (of Scotland) … 1797-06-21 I am favoured with your letter of the 7th April last, and lose not one moment in acknowledging...
11817 Adams, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Adams, 9 October 1798 1798-10-09 I received, yesterday the Letter you did me the Honor to write me on the 25th of September. You...
11818 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 6 August 1798 1798-08-06 Feeling myself very much indisposed & feverish I think it best to acknowledge your letters of the...
11819 Brainerd, Elijah Washington, George To George Washington from Elijah Brainerd, 23 January … 1799-01-23 With great pleasure & deference do I contemplate your high character—Every true American must...
11820 Price, Uvedale Washington, George To George Washington from Uvedale Price, 31 March 1798 1798-03-31 The subject of the work which I have taken the liberty of sending to you, may possibly have...