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I am about to write you another short letter for tomorrow’s post,—although, in the course of the...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Novr 14th 1790 . Having wrote two letters to you on the subject...
I am just setting off for Alexandria—bad as the day is—to a dinner given by the Citizens of that...
The day is come, and the hour at hand, or very nearly—when our journey will commence for...
With some difficulty (from the most infamous roads that ever were seen) we have got to this...
I wished to have said a word to you in private; but being prevented this morning, I must beg your...
I send by the bearer for the use of the President of the United States, a set of the Atlantic...
By direction of the Secretary of War, I have the honor to transmit you, the enclosed return of...
As the Revenue Bill now under consideration contemplates a Supervisor of the Revenue in each...
I omitted to day to ask the President’s approbation of Colo. Pickering, as quarter master of the...
My attention was so much occupied the days preceeding my departure from Philadelphia, with...
Late this afternoon your letters of the 23d & 24th instant came to hand, and as the Mail is about...
Since my last to you—from George Town—I have, I believe, received your letters of the 23d, 24th,...
Your letters of the 31st Ult. and 1st instant have been received—Tomorrow I continue my journey....
Since my last to you from Mount Vernon, your letters of the 3d. and 5th. Instant have been recd.,...
Not having heard from you since I wrote to you from Richmond, the purpose of this is only to let...
Letter not found: to Tobias Lear, c.24–26 April 1791. On 15 May Lear wrote GW that he received a...
I have not, I believe, written to you since I left Richmond. At Charleston, towards the last of...
Letter not found: to Tobias Lear, 14 May 1791. On 3 June 1791 Lear wrote to David Humphreys: “I...
Yesterday we arrived at this place in good health, but with horses much worn down. To morrow I...
Your letter of the 29th ulto I acknowledged the receipt of from Fredericksburgh—since which,...
Since my last to you (from this place) I have received your letters of the 12th immediately from...
This is the eve of my departure for George town, & being Sunday, ought to have been a day of...
Philadelphia, 11 July [1791]. Requests that “some information just received by express” be...
No. 28. Dear Sir, MOUNT VERNON, Septr. 23d. 1791. Your letter of the 18th. with the Gazettes came...
Since my last to you I have received your two letters of the 21st instant—one dated in the...
Since my last to you, which I think was written on this day week, I have received your letters of...
Your letter of the 30th Ulto came duly to hand, with the enclosures. I have had Samples of the...
Your letters of the 2d & 5th came to my hands on Saturday morning. Yesterday I allotted to...
Your letter of the 9th was forwarded to me yesterday morning by the Post-Master in Alexandria...
You mention in yours of last evening, the blanks for the commissioners to run the Cherokee line...
[Philadelphia, 22 Nov. 1791]. Sends a statement for 1,680 livres, the cost of champagne imported...
I transmit, enclosed, a letter intended for General St Clair, which is submitted for the...
Philadelphia, 13 Dec. 1791. “Mr Kirkland seems desirous that the President . . . should peruse...
Philadelphia, 13 Jan. 1792. As directed by the secretary of war transmits the enclosed letter,...
War Department, Philadelphia, 18 Jan. 1792. Transmits the enclosed letter from the governor of...
Philadelphia, Saturday Evening, 21 Jan. 1792. Please submit the enclosed to the president; “I...
War Department, Philadelphia, 31 Jan. 1792. Please submit to the president the enclosed papers,...
Philadelphia, Tuesday Evening, 3 Feb. 1792. Submits to the president the bill that has passed the...
I will wait upon the President after Breakfast, and at half past eight tomorrow Morning being...
Philadelphia, 17 Feb. 1792. Submits a draft of a letter to Alexander McGillivray for the...
Philadelphia, 22 Feb. 1792. “The visit of respect, which is due to-day, it was my most earnest...
Will you be so good as to inform the President of the United States, that French Peter, who was...
New York, 22 Mar. 1792. Requests Lear’s “favor, in delivering the enclosed.” ALS , DLC:GW . The...
Museum [Philadelphia] 23 Mar. 1792. Oblige me by using the enclosed cards at your leisure, and I...
Allow me, Sir, the liberty, which I now assume, of addressing the President of the United States...
[Philadelphia] 27 April 1792. “I am unwilling to trouble the President with so many papers, but...
I inclose the information given me by Colo. Louis. The copy of the letter from his nation bears...
[Philadelphia] 7 May 1792. Asks Lear “to send me the Map of the tract to be reserved about fort...
I now have my Machinery &c. at Work, and should be glad to be informed when the President of the...