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251 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 7 April 1794 1794-04-07 I have the honor to submit to your consideration the opinion of the Attorney General upon the act...
252 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 15 October 1793 1793-10-15 since my arrival at this place which was on the 7th instant I have had the honor to receive your...
253 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 24 September 1791 1791-09-24 I have the honor to inform you, that since my last I have received several Letters from Major...
254 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 24 February 1793 1793-02-24 I submit to your view a letter from General Hull dated at Niagara on the 6th instant together...
255 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 29 August 1793 1793-08-29 I have the honor to submit a letter from the Governor of Georgia containing some proceedings of a...
256 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 October 1789 1789-10-27 I have this moment received a letter from Mr Habersham at Savannah dated the 14th instant...
257 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 29 December 1791 1791-12-29 War Department, Philadelphia, 29 Dec. 1791. Has the honor to submit letters of 19 and 21 October...
258 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 7 June 1793 1793-06-07 I have the honor to submit to your consideration, the draft of a letter to M. General Wayne,...
259 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 31 August 1792 1792-08-31 I have the honor to submit herein enclosed a letter to the Governor of Georgia and one to Mr...
260 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 19 July 1793 1793-07-19 On the 3d of November 1783 all the troops of the late war were discharged excepting the few...
261 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 24 July 1794 1794-07-24 I have the honor to submit for your information two letters from the frontiers of Georgia one...
262 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 1 September 1792 1792-09-01 I have the honor to submit you a copy of Major General Waynes letter of the 24th Ultimo,...
263 Cabinet Washington, George Cabinet Opinion on the Recall of Edmond Genet, 23 … 1793-08-23 At meetings of the heads of departments & the Attorney General at the President’s on the 1st & 2d...
264 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 25 July 1794 1794-07-25 In obedience to your directions respecting the papers transmitted by Augustus George Christian...
265 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 7 April 1794 1794-04-07 I have the honor to submit to your consideration, the propriety of embarking a detachment of...
266 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 5 September 1791 1791-09-05 [Philadelphia] 5 September 1791. Encloses the resignation of Thomas Seayres, “who was appointed...
267 Jefferson, Thomas Washington, George Cabinet Opinions on Edmond Charles Genet and James … 1793-12-07 At a meeting of the heads of departments and Atty. Genl. at the President’s on the 7th. of Dec....
268 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 8 August 1794 1794-08-08 There are about two hundred recruits who may be ordered to the frontiers. I have directed those...
269 Jefferson, Thomas Washington, George Cabinet Opinions on the Roland and Relations with Great … 1793-08-31 At a meeting of the Heads of departments and Attorney General at the President’s on the 31st. day...
270 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 10 December 1794 1794-12-10 I have the honor to submit to your view and correction a proposed statement, in pursuance of the...
271 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 4 January 1790 1790-01-04 I humbly beg leave to submit to your consideration a general statement of the Indian Department,...
272 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 6 November 1794 1794-11-06 I have the honor to submit the information hitherto deficient of the evacuation of the Creek...
273 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 22 September 1791 1791-09-22 I have the honor to submit a Copy of a Letter from General Wilkinson to General St Clair,...
274 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 31 July 1792 1792-07-31 It is with deep regret I transmit the enclosed paper; the purport of which I have just received...
275 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 4 August 1792 1792-08-04 By the letters of the 28th from General Wayne all was quiet on the frontiers. Captain Hendricks...
276 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 6 December 1792 1792-12-06 In explanation of the speeches from the chiefs of the six nations herewith submitted, it may be...
277 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 18 February 1793 1793-02-18 In answer to the Memorial of Captains Hughes, Mills, Cass, Cushing, Shaylor, and Haskell of the...
278 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 14 July 1792 1792-07-14 The last post which left Pittsburgh on the 6th instant, brings information of entire tranquility...
279 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 June 1791 1791-06-27 I have the satisfaction to transmit a copy of a letter received from Judge Innes and the board at...
280 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 18 October 1789 1789-10-18 In obedience to your commands to write to you on all occasions I have the honor to inform you...