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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
1 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 22 September 1808 1808-09-22 . The disputes of children about their nuts & gingerbread have less folly and wickedness in them.
2 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 19 March 1789 1789-03-19 ...they suffer themselves to be seduced by the gingerbread, nuts, and baby house which they have...
3 —— Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from ———: a Memorandum, [December? … 1776-12-01 ...in dealing with foreigners, and “one may take the Gingerbread for the Baker.”
4 Jefferson, Thomas Randolph, Martha Jefferson Thomas Jefferson to Martha Jefferson Randolph, 18 … 1817-08-18 particularly, with gingerbread which she will prefer to them.
5 Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson, Martha (Martha Jefferson Randolph) From Thomas Jefferson to Martha Jefferson Randolph, 21 … 1800-01-21 ...make big promises, which I know a bit of gingerbread will pay off. kiss them all for me....
6 Austin, David Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from David Austin, 4 January 1802 1802-01-04 ...will be apt to say, that the gingerbread stile of your Excelly’s Instructions,...
7 Hamilton, Alexander Stewart, Charles From Alexander Hamilton to Colonel Charles Stewart, 5 … 1777-09-05 ...German baker—and specialist in fancy gingerbread—Christopher Ludwick, who, as “Baker...
8 Mercer, Hugh Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Hugh … 1776-08-19 ...armies before establishing himself as a gingerbread baker at Philadelphia in 1754,...
9 Washington, George General Orders, 28 March 1780 1780-03-28 ...extra crispness. Potash was used in German gingerbread recipes. A account of Ludwick’s...
10 Franklin, Benjamin Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small … 1773-09-11 ...my Simile of the Cake) act like a wise Gingerbread Baker, who, to facilitate a Division, cuts...