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Instructions for Mr Lear You will proceed to Pittsburgh by the following rout—Leesburgh, Keys’...
Your letter of the 2d instant came duly to hand, and obliged me by its communications. On friday...
New York, 27 July 1789. Recommends William Watson, Ephraim Spooner, William Jackson, Joseph Otis,...
Treasury Department, November 21, 1789. “I have received the letter which you enclosed to me in...
After the Departure of the last post I recd your favour of 17th Instant handed me by major...
Since my last I have made further Enquiry Concerning the Buckwheat, and find that altho’ the...
Since my last of the 30th Ulto I have had an Opportunity of further Enquiry Concerning Buckwheat...
I have before me Your favour of the 6th & 10th Int. to answer which I could not do by last Post...
Mr Macomb presents Mr Lear with his respects he has receiv’d his note of this morning and informs...
I have consulted with Mr. Brown on the subject of a Successor to Mr. Short. He is apprehensive...
From the small acquaintance I had of you while at this place, have taken the liberty of...
The Secy of State has given directions, that six copies of the Laws, in sheets, should be...
I hope you will excuse the Liberty I take in addressing you on a subject which my Inclination...
Mr Heineken, Consul from the United Netherlands called on me last evening to request I would ask...
Coming to Town last Evening in my Phaeton I overtook one of the Presidents Carriages, which as I...
New York, 14 July 1790. In response to Tobias Lear’s request for copies of state acts ceding...
[New York] 24 July 1790. Sends two bound volumes of the Gazette of the United States after a...
In The incloased I Send you a letter I did myself the honour to write to the President yesterday...
Whereas it may be necessary, during my absence from the Seat of Government, to pay certain monies...
After a pleasant Journey we arrived in this City about 2 O clock on thursday last. Tomorrow we...
Agreeably to the information given in my last, I left Philadelphia on Monday and arrived here...
Having received no letter from you since the one dated the 3d instant, I have nothing to reply...
The Servant who carried my letter of the 17th to the Post Office in Alexandria returned with...
Since my last to you (the date I do not recollect, keeping no copies of my letters to you) I have...
Your letters of the 22d Ulto came safe. I wish the information given by Mr Danl Parker to Doctr...
Your letters of the 26th and 30th of the last, & 3d of the present month, have come duly to hand....
On Sunday last I returned from a twelve days excursion up the Potowmack & found your letters of...
The bearer John Wood shaved and dressed me in New York. He has taken it into his head to try his...
I have received your letter of the 24th since the date of my last to you; and am very glad to...
Your letters of the 28th & 31st Ult. are now before me, & the parts of them wch require it, shall...
Register’s Office, Treasury of the United States [Philadelphia], 8 Nov. 1790. Forwards for the...
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...
A few weeks since, a gentleman by the name of Stokes, arrivd from Great Britain at some port in...
Philadelphia, 24 Dec. 1790 .Enclosing a duplicate commission for Edward Church, made out by order...
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...
I find it necessary to request of you the Commissions of the several gentlemen, whom the...
I have just received information that General Hand will serve as Inspector of the revenue, in...
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,...
[ Philadelphia ] April 5, 1791 . Asks for commissions for seven inspectors of the revenue. LC ,...
Your letters of the 31st Ult. and 1st instant have been received—Tomorrow I continue my journey....