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I should begin my letter with many excuses, that I, unknown and stranger to You, make bold, to...
Enclosed is the Letter of Mr Tucker which I mentioned to you the other day. The good sense &...
23613[Diary entry: 31 July 1795] (Washington Papers)
31. Do. Showery. Do. Do. in the Night.
31 July 1795. The writer claims that although the flame of war in Europe has not enveloped the...
Your letter of the 27th instant was received by the last Post to Alexandria. I thank you for the...
I learn that Mr Hammond has received letters of recall; and that he expects to depart in three...
On Wednesday evening, I sent the packet, now under cover with this, to the Post Office in...
Private. The only letter, which I had the honor of receiving from you by the mail of yesterday,...
We have had no letter from you since your arrival at the Warmsprings, but are told you are gone...
Article II Decius Cato I Posts imperfectly described should be enumerated 1 reparation for loss...
23621[August 1795] (Washington Papers)
1. Wind at No. Wt.—flying clouds, warm. 2. Do. Easterly—violent Rain & wind aftn. 3. Do. No. Wt....
An accurate enumeration of the breaches of the Treaty of peace on our part would require a...
23623[Diary entry: 1 August 1795] (Washington Papers)
1. Wind at No. Wt.—flying clouds, warm.
YOU will see my name against the ratification of Mr. Jay’s Treaty, which in the main, met my...
At a numerous and respectable meeting of the Citizens of Petersburg and the adjacent Counties, at...
This accompanies the proceedings of a very considerable number of the Citizens of the United...
1) The Laws of the Common wealth of Virginia, as complete as possible. I suppose that they are...
23628[Diary entry: 2 August 1795] (Washington Papers)
2. Do. Easterly—violent Rain & wind aftn.
The enclosed was written, as you will perceive, on the 29th. Ulto; & with many other letters, was...
[ Philadelphia, August 3, 1795. On August 5, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Wolcott : “I have received...
23631[Diary entry: 3 August 1795] (Washington Papers)
3. Do. No. Wt. Much rain fell last night.
The avidity with which I am Certain you embrace every Oppertunity, presented to you of Aleviating...
The weather has prevented the meeting of a sufficient number of the Potomak Company to do...
No mail, at two oclock yesterday, had been received in Alexandria from Philadelphia since the...
The mail, which was expected on Saturday morning, did not arive until sunday. at least the...
Colo. Shreve came to this place on the 31st of July and on the next day paid to me 2693 Dolls. &...
Letter not found: to Thompson & Veitch, 3 Aug. 1795. On this day, GW wrote the Alexandria, Va.,...
You will percieve by the inclosed that Hamilton has taken up his pen in support of the treaty....
Letter not found. 3 August 1795, Philadelphia. Acknowledged in JM to an unidentified...
I sometime ago received a letter from Mrs. Carter , in answer to mine, on the subject of the...