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Whilst all Denomination’s of People bless the happy occasion of your Excellency’s return to enjoy...
I am dericted by Sir Edwd Newenham and Coll Wm Persse to forwd you the two Inclosd letters, with...
I have the honor to enclose to Your Excellency the news papers of this day, published in the city...
At a meeting of the Officers of the Continental line in October last to appoint officers of the...
Still flattering ourselves with an expectation that some encouragement would be given here to the...
The American Philosophical Society, which boasts the name of your Excellency in the list of their...
Letter not found: from Robert Anderson, 15 Oct. 1784. On 3 Nov. GW wrote to Anderson : “Your...
I take the liberty of applying to your Exelency on a Subject in which the merit and the...
Fame has informed me that you are the friend of humanity—that your generous heart delights in...
I am now to inform your Excellency that a Mr John Beale came to my house on the 3th Instant and...
Permit me to Address your Excellency for a place to live at during Mrs Ariss and my Own Life. I...
When I went to princeton in order to pay my respects to your Excellency I requested your...
I take the liberty to inclose here a Copy of a petition of some of the officers of the army to...
agreable to your Commands of the 3d present delivered to me the 8th of the same month, I prepared...
I had requested your Exellency to wrait to the ministre at war because I was assured it would be...
Although I intend to remains some months in america in order to obtain from Congress some...
I have this morning presented a petition to the hble the Congress requesting them to grant to the...
My last letter addressed to your Excellency at Mount Vernon, intimated some expectation as well...
As a Citizen of the united States, I always consider my Self your debtor, and the annual tribute...
My last to your Excellency was of the congratulatory Sort, written on the joyfull & acceptable...
Amongst many others, I consider myself your Excellencys debtor—and that the small Annuity of a...
Your very Obligeing letter of the 25th of April last came only to hand, and yeilded much...
Allow me the honor of recalling myself to your remembrance, and asking the news of you. Tho I...
Give me leave to prensent you, with one of our Prayer Books, and another to your Lady. Please to...
It is with sincere & very heartfelt Concern that I communicate to you an Event, which will excite...
Permit me to congratulate you, upon the Independency of your Country, The Conspicuous part your...
Great illustrious, Sir! I have for these several Years set down to my desk to congratulate Your...
I take the liberty to submit to Your Excellency’s consideration & patronage, the inclosed...
Letter not found: from William Bailey, 19 November. On 22 Nov. GW wrote Bailey : “I have received...
I flatter myself the period is not far distant when we shall see the new Government in motion,...