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Your petitioner having forwarded to your Excelllency last spring, a petition in which I took the...
156902[Diary entry: 21 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
21. Began to cross gd. at Muddy hole & the Mill—having Run only a single furrow for a list.
Perhaps, there was never more Justice in any advice, Than that given by the Philosopher to his...
Your final resolution being taken, I shall delay no longer to give my ideas to the Commissioners...
Enclosed I have the Honour of transmitting to you the Monthly Return of the Garrison under my...
156906[Diary entry: 31 July 1761] (Washington Papers)
Friday July 31st. Sowd Turnips—upon which fell a heavy Rain immediately—so that they were neither...
Articles of Agreement made and Indented this Twenty Second day of January In the year of Our Lord...
156908General Orders, 2 February 1778 (Washington Papers)
A General Court Martial to sit tomorrow 9 oClock A.M. whereof Coll Wigglesworth is appointed...
By last Post I was honored with your Excellency’s favour of the 18th February, and have the...
I beg leave to inclose you a complaint transmitted to this Department by the Agent of the U....
ALS : American Philosophical Society Je suis prié par l’aimable jeune homme Mr. Johonnot de vous...
It is proper that I should lose no time in apprizing the Visitors of the University that the...
§ From Richard Harrison. 22 January 1806, Treasury Department. “The enclosed Account of John...
New York, March 5, 1800. States that Thomas Parker has recommended the Reverend William Hill for...
The General Officers, having in their List of Gentlemen, recommended for nomination, to Senate,...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I have recvd. your obliging Favour of the 28 Inst. and am...
The bearer mr Rives , the son of one of our wealthiest citizens and of the neighboring county of...
As I had suffered much anxiety on your account during your Imprisonment, your Letter of the 29....
Treasury Department, April 13, 1793. “… I shall regret your final determination to resign at the...
I have just had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 7th., and hasten, agreeably to your...
15692115 Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Consider, for one minute, the Changes produced in this Country, within the Space of 200 years....
Your favor of October last came to hand last February with the several samples of rice therein...
On the 20th I received Your Letter of the 4th and was exceedingly sorry to find that you had been...
156924[Diary entry: 19 February 1774] (Washington Papers)
19. Pleasant and Warm in the Morning—after much Rain. Afternoon windy from the No. West but not...
The Sentiments of the Baptists with regard to a General Assesment on the People of Virginia for...
We had yesterday the pleasure of receiving your Excellencies letter of the 27th of last Month,...
The reciept last night of your favor of the 7th. has enabled me to attempt below a statement of...
I sent lately to Alexandria, to be forwarded round to Baltimore, a box of seeds directed to...
Hurry of business has prevented my having the pleasure of acknowledging sooner the receipt of...
We are now to acknowledge receipt of your favors of the 15 Janry 6, 19 and 25 April and 14th...