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    The Presidency and the New England Tour

    From: Washington Papers | Diaries | Volume 5 | The Presidency and the New England Tour

    1[April 1789] (Washington Papers)
    [16 April 1789] About ten o’clock I bade adieu to Mount Vernon, to private life, and to domestic felicity; and with a mind oppressed with more anxious and painful sensations than I have words to express, set out for New York in company with Mr. Thompson, and colonel Humphries, with the best dispositions to render service to my country in obedience to its call, but with less hope of answering...
    2October 1789 (Washington Papers)
    Thursday 1st. Exercised in my Carriage in the forenoon. The following company dined here to day. viz.— Mr. Read of the Senate, Colo. Bland and Mr. Madison of the House of Representatives—Mr. Osgood and his Lady Colo. Duer his Lady and Miss Brown Colo. Lewis Morris & Lady—Lady Christiana Griffin and her Daughter and Judge Duane & Mrs. Greene. Mr. Thomas Nelson joined my Family this day....
    3[November 1789] (Washington Papers)
    November 1st. Attended by the President of the State (Genl. Sullivan) Mr. Langdon, & the Marshall; I went in the fore Noon to the Episcopal Church under the incumbency of a Mr. Ogden and in the Afternoon to one of the Presbeterian or Congregational Churches in which a Mr. Buckminster Preached. Dined at home with the Marshall and spent the afternoon in my own room writing letters. Rev. John...
    4[December 1789] (Washington Papers)
    Tuesday Decr. 1st. A pretty full Levee to day—among the Visitors was the Vice President and all the Senators in Town. Exercised on Horseback betwn. 10 and 12. Read the Papers relative to our Affairs with the Emperer of Morocco and sent them to Mr. Jay to prepare answers to them. Presumably GW is referring to papers submitted by Jay 1 Dec. concerning United States relations with the emperor of...