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I send you herewith a Duplicate of my last Letter in the close of which I mention my Adherence to...
Je me Serais fait un devoir et un plaisir de vous porter moimême le paquet dont Mr de Gimat...
E. Randolph has the honor of sending to the President a message to accompany the papers from the...
It is advised unanimously, that Mr Fauchet be informed, that He shall be supplied with the...
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 11 March 1794. GW wrote Pearce in a letter of 16–17 March...
The minutes, which were made yesterday at the conference in your room, did not permit an...
E. Randolph has the honor of informing the President of the U.S., that he saw Mr Brown, of the...
At a meeting of the heads of departments, and the attorney general at the President’s on the 10th...
I reflect with the utmost sensibility on the frequent instances I have experienced of your...
Mr Frederick Christian Wernecke, a Native of this place, late a Colonel in the service of the...
Private. Dear sir [Philadelphia, c.10 March 1794] Whether the present deed from Mercer to you,...
The subject of this Letter is a Gentleman, now no more Mr William Hunter a native of this place,...
La Citoyenne Savoye jeune habitante & propriétaire du Capfrancais, mère de deux enfans l’un âgé...
Letter not found: from Alexander Spotswood, 9 March 1794. GW wrote Spotswood on 15 March that...
When this letter was written, the United States appeared to be closer to war with Great Britain...
The present situation of the United States is undoubtedly critical and demands measures vigorous...
The present situation of the United States is undoubtedly critical and demands measures vigorous...
Not having enjoyed one days health since I had the honor of seeing you at Shuters hill, and...
The enclosed was left behind by the Captain of Ship, who promised to take it along with the...
Your benevolence is so well established, that no apology is needful for my introducing to your...
I have the honor to submit the inclosed letter to Gove[r]nor Matthews relatively to the Indians...
Unwilling as I am to trouble you with Applications respecting the Appointments to Public Offices,...
I have a good Wife, and seven fine Children, (—healthy, well made—) four boys, and three Girls;...
It gives me pain to be obliged to apply to my dear Uncle, so soon after his kind present, but...
I have to request you to issue a warrant on the treasury of the United States for the payment of...
The Secretary of State, having reviewed the Consular Appointments under the United States, has...
Unwilling to break in upon thy Time which is so precious at this critical period, I have check’d...
I have been favoured with yours of the 24th February; and this morning have seen your Manager Mr...
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 3 March 1794. GW wrote Pearce on 9 March that “Your letter...
E. Randolph has the honor of informing the President, that he has shewn the draught of the...
Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before this...
In your message to both Houses of Congress on the 5 of December 1793, you inform them that “the...
When Mr Drayton of Charleston was here last Summer he told me that the true nankeen Cotton was in...
I made the informal communication to Mr Jaudenes. He expressed himself to be satisfied with the...
Will your Excelly pardon the freedom I have taken, of Addressing you, & of inclosing a letter of...
I have the honor of forwarding the inclosed copies of Sidney George’s bond to J. West, & of two...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President, & has the honor to send him...
The enclosed letter was to have been delivered by me, to you, last June; but from an expectation...
With this you will receive a copper-plate map of the territory of Columbia, which I find requires...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President, & has the honor to send him...
I have the honor to submit to your consideration a request from the Governor of this State for...
I beg your pardon for using the freedom of writing you about the following business. My Brother...
The Secretary of State has the honor of inclosing to the President two letters from Colo....
The Secretary of State has the honor of submitting to the President of the United States the...
The Secretary of State has the honor to inform the President, that it appears by a letter, just...
The secretary of State has the honor of reporting to the President on the letter of Mr Short from...
E. Randolph has the honor of transmitting to the President the extract of a letter, which Mr...
The Magnanimity of your Excellence encourageth me to write to You. My Father in the last American...
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 25 Feb. 1794. GW wrote Pearce on 2 March that “Your letter...
In the Year 1791 Francis Child the comptroller of the state, by order of the Governor and council...