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26221 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 10 March 1782 1782-03-10 By a letter from Colonel DAboville commanding the french Artillery in Virginia it appears there...
26222 Marshall, John Adams, John To John Adams from John Marshall, 2 August 1800 1800-08-02 I have just receiv’d your letter of the 25th of July inclosing the recommendations of several...
26223 Brancas, Bufile-Antoine-Léon de Brancas, comte de Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from the Marquis de Brancas, 21 … 1783-04-21 AL : American Philosophical Society Mr. le Mis. de brancas prie Mr. franclin de lui faire dire a...
26224 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 27 July 1758 1758-07-27 There is nothing new here—By last accounts the General was indisposd & had not left Carlisle, on...
26225 Stone, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Stone, 16 January 1776 1776-01-16 I am much obliged by your Civility and Politeness to Mr Polk. After many Disappointments I got...
26226 Commissioners of the Federal District Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from the Commissioners of the … 1792-11-05 We have to beg, you would lay before the President, of the United States, our request, that he...
26227 Eaton, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Eaton, 26 January 1803 … 1803-01-26 26 January 1803, Tunis. “The enclosed copy of a letter to Commodore Morris conveys an unequivocal...
26228 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 April 1796] 1796-04-23 23. Clear morning with the Wind fresh from No. Et. wch. continued so through the day & weather...
26229 Pomeroy, Samuel Wyllys Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Wyllys Pomeroy, 7 February … 1820-02-07 Having been highly gratified & instructed, by the perusal of your address to the Agricultural...
26230 Adams, Abigail Smith, William Stephens Abigail Adams to William Stephens Smith, 13 August 1785 1785-08-13 Your letter from Harwich, dated August 10, reached us upon the 11th. We were very glad to hear of...
26231 Goetschius, John Mauritius Washington, George To George Washington from John Mauritius Goetschius, 8 … 1780-10-08 your Orders dated oct. 7. I have receaved am willing and ready to Obey, but am sorrow to Inform...
26232 James, Thomas Chalkley Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Chalkley James, 6 … 1809-01-06 It again becomes my duty to inform you, that, at an Election of Officers for the American Philos....
26233 Peyton, Bernard Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Bernard Peyton, 19 February … 1821-02-19 I am this morning in rec t a letter from your Grandson Tho s J. Randolph, written at your...
26234 Dumas, Charles William Frederic Adams, John C. W. F. Dumas to John Adams: A Translation, 14 … 1780-09-14 I am honored by your letter of the 5th, and wholly agree with you on the appropriateness of a...
26235 Jefferson, Thomas Lynch, Charles From Thomas Jefferson to the Manager of the Lead Mines … 1781-01-19 The Invasion of this State calling for an immediate and large Supply of Lead, be pleased to send...
26236 Washington, George Bowdoin, James From George Washington to James Bowdoin, 15 May 1780 1780-05-15 I take the liberty to transmit to your care a Letter for Major General Heath under a flying Seal....
26237 Washington, George [August 1781] 1781-08-01 1st. By this date all my Boats were ready—viz.—One hundred New ones at Albany (constructed under...
26238 Mazzei, Philip Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Philip Mazzei, 8 February 1807 1807-02-08 O finalmente avute le suo nuove! Mr. Apleton mi portò la sua dei 21. 8bre. La sensazione che ne...
26239 Madison, James Duer, William James Madison to [William Duer], 16 August 1828 1828-08-16 J. M. with his respects to Mr. Du[e]r, incloses with a corrected ad[s] the letter return, him[.]...
26240 Bouquet, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Bouquet, 16 November … 1758-11-16 I am directed by the General to inform you that he had receiv’d your Letter, and Sends you 42...
26241 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 August 1770] 1770-08-08 8. Began to sow Wheat in the Neck in that Cut upon the Creek above Carneys Gut. The Ground here...
26242 Grand, Henri-Maximilien (Henry) Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Henry Grand, [13 March 1782] 1782-03-13 AL : American Philosophical Society M. Grand a payè au Cape. de Frey 2500 l.t. Sur lordre de...
26243 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 19 May 1806 1806-05-19 My letter to mr. Smith takes up the whole of the subject of his & your letters by the last post,...
26244 Hampton, Wade Madison, James To James Madison from Wade Hampton, 12 July 1801 … 1801-07-12 12 July 1801, Columbia, South Carolina. Mentions James Miller, of the Charleston firm of Miller...
26245 Wagner, Jacob Madison, James To James Madison from Jacob Wagner, 26 September 1806 1806-09-26 The three Captains, whose protests against L’Eole are herewith, came from Anapolis a few days ago...
26246 Hamilton, Alexander McHenry, James From Alexander Hamilton to James McHenry, 25 June[–1 … 1799-06-25 New York, June 25 [ –July 1 ] 1799 . Summarizes the contents of “letters … from Major Rivardi, at...
26247 Pemberton, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Pemberton, 16 July 1791 1791-07-16 I send the Books thou paid for 2 months past. They are not in such good order as I could have...
26248 Frestel, Felix Washington, George To George Washington from Felix Frestel, 25 December … 1795-12-25 I should wish to be able to transmit you faithfully the sweet and deep impression of happiness...
26249 Emmet, John Patten University of Virginia Board of Visitors From John Patten Emmet to University of Virginia Board … 1826-04-03 I have the honor, agreeably to the Enactments, to lay before you the journal of the Faculty. In...
26250 Washington, George Dickinson, Philemon From George Washington to Philemon Dickinson, 15 May … 1781-05-15 You may be assured that nothing would give me greater pleasure than to interest myself in a...