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183121 Introductory Note: To Thomas Jefferson, [20–27 May … On March 5, 1792, George Hammond, the British Minister to the United States, submitted to...
183122 Editorial Note The effectiveness of an army rests in large measure on the quality of its officers. GW recognized...
183123 Treasury Department Circular to the Commissioners of … 1791-06-06 In consequence of an enquiry made of me, I think it necessary to inform you that I consider the...
183124 Enclosure: Thomas Jefferson’s Account with Charles … 1810-11-01 Tho s Jefferson to Charles Everett. D r 1810. Feb. 23. amputating negro’s great toe, dressing E t...
183125 Enclosure B: [List of Petitions for Compensation for … 1792-04-01 List of petitions for compensation for transportation during the late War. Petition of Christian...
183126 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 31 … 1823-01-31 “Nothing sells high but land which is kept up to an extravagant price from the particular...
183127 From Benjamin Franklin to Francis Hopkinson, 9 May 1766 1766-05-09 ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania I have been so busy that I have not had time to go to...
183128 Introductory Note: To Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, [16 … On December 16, 1793, the Speaker of the House of Representatives “laid before the House a Letter...
183129 The Washingtons in Barbados The arrival at Bridgetown, on Carlisle Bay, is not well documented because pages are missing from...
183130 Enclosure: Conrad Hanse’s Account, 29 August 1801 1801-08-29 Thomas Jefferson, esquire, 1801. To Conrad Hanse Dr. Augt. 29. To a new plain, well-finished...
183131 From Benjamin Franklin to William Franklin, [10 May … 1766-05-10 Extract: reprinted from [Jared Sparks, ed.,] A Collection of the Familiar Letters and...
183132 To Benjamin Franklin from Benjamin Kent, 19 January … 1766-01-19 ALS : American Philosophical Society With a pleasing pride I often recollect, your former...
183133 Editorial Note E ditorial N ote The Society of the Cincinnati was instituted at Fishkill-on-Hudson on 13 May...
183134 Appendixes Nos. XXV–XL: Letters from various authors, 5 … 1792-07-12 XXV To James Monroe July 5, 1797 XXVI To Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, James Monroe, and Abraham...
183135 Editorial Note The following opinions concerning the defense of Philadelphia and the Delaware River apparently...
183136 Enclosure: [Observations on “An Act for Regulating the … 1794-01-27 By the Act of Congress 30th. April 1790. The commissioned officers are allowed to receive their...
183137 Editorial Note on Franklin’s Accounts, 1779 1779-01-01 Of the accounts discussed throughout the French period, the following still apply: VI, XII, XIII,...
183138 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 1 … 1811-07-01 1 July 1811, Maryland. “I advise you as a Friend to arouse from your Lethargy. Look at the...
183139 Exchange of Henderson Land by Eli Alexander and Thomas … 1818-03-28 This Indenture tripartite of exchange, bargain and sale made on the 28 th day of March 1818...
183140 To Benjamin Franklin from Benjamin Kent, [c. September … 1766-09-01 ALS : American Philosophical Society I Assure you I am not so mercinary as to expect the...
183141 Editorial Note: Polytype and Other Methods of Printing New discoveries and inventions in the arts and sciences had a powerful appeal for Jefferson...
183142 Editorial Note “I was concerned in several Causes in which Negroes sued for their Freedom before the...
183143 Introductory Note: To James Gunn, [22 December 1798] This letter concerns proposals for reorganizing the Army. This is a complicated subject, for it...
183144 Record of Birth, 6 January 1706 1706-01-06 MS Record, Boston Births, V , 113: City Registry, Boston Benjamen Son     of Josiah Frankling &...
183145 Response to a Memorandum of Sabatier fils & Després … 1783-08-29 D : Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères Apostille proposée par Monsieur Le Docteur...
183146 From Benjamin Franklin to Deborah Franklin, 11 October … 1766-10-11 ALS : American Philosophical Society I received your kind little Letter of August 26. per Packet....
183147 Editorial Note on Franklin’s Accounts The following accounts, identified in earlier volumes, continue to apply to the current period:...
183148 Editorial Note The Commissioners’ letter or memorial to Vergennes of early January 1779 is highly significant....
183149 Editorial Note The network of spies and couriers that has come to be known as the Culper ring, on account of the...
183150 Editorial Note In the bitter verbal battling which rumbled beneath the physical violence of the...