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recomm d to Hiliard Bonheur et Morale Sax. gram. vocab. Pentateuch Orosius . Turner Ludlow Baxter. Locke on govmt Sidney Gibbons Univ. hist. ant t Fresnoy Tablettes Chronol. geon Dumeril portatif de Grenet et Bonn 7.38 d
Had a Declaration of Independency been made seven Months ago, it would have been attended with many great and glorious Effects. . . . We might before this Hour, have formed Alliances with foreign States.—We should have mastered Quebec and been in Possession of Canada. . . . You will perhaps wonder, how such a Declaration would have influenced our Affairs, in Canada, but if I could write with...
I have received your letter of the 14. instant I have no objections to the appointment of Lieutenant House — as paymaster to the first regiment of Artillerists and Engineers—or to that of Lieutenant Memminger as Paymaster to the Second regiment—You will be pleased to give orders to have the Bonds required by law executed and transmitted to the Accountant of this department— I am Sir with great...
When I Heard of Your Going to France, I heartly lamented I Could not Have the Honour to Receive You there. But in the Same time Anticipated the pleasure to wait upon You this Winter in our French Capital. Your Voyage to Europe I Ever Considered as a favourite Wish of mine and on Every public and private Account am Happy to think You at last Have Consented to go. Permit me, my dear Sir farther...
The Board of War have favd me with a Copy of their letter to you of the 20th Augt by which I find that they had directed you to forward all the ready made cloathing to Springfeild and Harford there to be opened, aired and Assorted, and the Blankets, Shoes Stockings and shirts to Camp. The intent of the Board is to put the whole Army in compleat new uniform as early as possible in October, and...
I have received your letter of the 14th instt., in which you justly correct my transposition of Newbury-port & Marblehead. General Dearborn approves of Tuck’s removal; but as there is no inconvenience in waiting a week longer, & we have been rather unfortunate in selecting individuals who could not or would not accept I have concluded to wait for your answer to this letter before I would send...
1. the Concessions to Renault. as to those in the territory of Indiana, that country having been claimed by England at all times, conquered in the war of 1755. & confirmed to her in 1763. conquered by the US. & confirmed to them in 1783. and all antient titles there settled & done with by authority of the US. these claims of Renault are certainly at an end. 2. As to those in Louisiana I...
Letter not found: to William Deakins, Jr., 10 Jan. 1787. Deakins wrote GW on 10 Jan. : “I have your favor of this date.”
Mrs Washington has been long in expectation of receiving what you took away unfinished, and was to have completed and sent to her; and prays that it may be done with out further delay, as she is in want of them; & must apply elsewhere if not done. I am Sir Your Obedt Hble Ser. ALS (letterpress copy), DLC:GW . The dentist Benjamin Fendall of Cedar Hill in Charles County, Md., was at Mount...
The Gentleman who will have the Honour of presenting this letter to you (Mr. John Millar) has been long a particular friend of mine, and I can with great confidence recommend him to your acquaintance, as a man of worth, learning, and talents. I shall leave to himself the detail of the circumstances which have suggested to him the plan of settling in America, and shall content myself with...