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1001 Dunglison, Robley Madison, James Robley Dunglison to James Madison, 30 December 1829 1829-12-30 I have received the inclosed letter from a respectable firm in Boston, and feel disposed to...
1002 Washington, George The States From George Washington to The States, 31 January 1782 1782-01-31 I have the honor of transmitting herewith accurate Returns of the number of Men now actually in...
1003 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 11–13 October … 1776-10-11 I beg leave to inform you, that since my Letter of the 8th and 9th Instt, which I had the honor...
1004 Washington, George General Orders, 21 March 1783 1783-03-21 For the day tomorrow Major Merrill Brigd. Qr Mr 1st Massa. Brigade For duty the 6th Massachusetts...
1005 Jackson, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Jackson, 20 August … 1786-08-20 It was not till last evening I discovered that a packet, which I had done myself the honor to...
1006 Swan, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Swan, 10 February 1797 1797-02-10 I recommend to you personally & to the Delegates from your state in general, the cause of Mrs. De...
1007 McHenry, James Adams, John To John Adams from James McHenry, 2 May 1800 1800-05-02 I am informed that Tench Frances Eqr Purveyor of public supplies, died last night; This event...
1008 Wright, Patience Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Patience Wright, 22 February … 1783-02-22 ALS : American Philosophical Society I This moment made up my Packet for america Sent by a old...
1009 Adamson, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Adamson, 29 June 1801 1801-06-29 I beg to be permitted the liberty of congratulating thee on the late happy event which placed...
1010 Jay, John Adams, John To John Adams from John Jay, 10 January 1792 1792-01-10 I cannot easily tell you how much I am pleased & obliged by your friendly Letter of the 4th....