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2531 Jefferson, Thomas Rutledge, John, Jr. From Thomas Jefferson to John Rutledge, Jr., 13 July … 1788-07-13 Your favor of the 8th. instant is just received, and I have now the honour to forward you the...
2532 Jefferson, Thomas Shippen, Thomas Lee From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Lee Shippen, 13 July … 1788-07-13 In a former letter to Mr. Rutledge I suggested to him the idea of extending his tour to...
2533 Adams, John Quincy 12th. 1788-07-12 In the diverse amusements of reading, of shooting birds, and playing upon our flutes we past the...
2534 Cutting, John Browne Adams, John To John Adams from John Browne Cutting, 12 July 1788 1788-07-12 I have now the honor to enclose you a copy of the southern whale fishery bill—which I cou’d not...
2535 Vaughan, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Vaughan, 12 July 1788 1788-07-12 Our worthy friend Dr. Price has requested me to forward to you the last volume of Gibbon’s...
2536 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Notes for Speech of July … 1788-07-12 A. I. A republic a word used in various senses. Has been applied to aristocracies and monarchies....
2537 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (Newspaper … 1788-07-12 On Saturday morning, Mr. Jay opened the business by representing the unfairness of the...
2538 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (John McKesson’s … 1788-07-12 I rise with Reluctance It has been industriously circulated that I am a Man of such Talents as to...
2539 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (Melancton … 1788-07-12 Mr. Hamilton—Rises with reluctance. 1. because he wishes to conciliate. 2. That he is plausiable—...
2540 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 July 1788] 1788-07-12 Saturday 12th. Thermometer at 78 in the Morning—86 at Noon And 85 at Night. Morning calm &...